Click to preview The Winberg 2008 Family Reunion photo book

Here is a photo tribute to a Winberg Tradition, The Family Reunion, “Water-Fun” Day. With all of us going in so many different directions, it has become increasingly difficult to gather everyone together in one place at one time, but on occasion, and always when the water is as warm as it can get, we gather for a brief moment to completely submerse ourselves in a day or two of family and lots of “water” fun. This little book represents one of those reunions, brief but oh, so sweet!

Chris & Dan


About the Author

Dan Gutwein
DanGutwein Gaithersburg, MD

Dr. Gutwein lives in Gaithersburg MD, and is an Instructional Multimedia Design Specialist and Webmaster at Montgomery College (Rockville MD.) Dr. Gutwein has recently retired from a twenty-five year career as Professor of Music at The College of William and Mary where he taught music composition, music theory, computer-music, music cognition, and was the Director of the William and Mary Shakuhachi Dojo. His original compositions range from classical chamber music to experimental computer music. In addition to photography, his other interests include performing shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute.) He has performed with the Washington Toho Koto Society and studies shakuhachi with Ronnie Nyogetsu Reishin Seldin and occasionally with Yoshio Kurahashi – both Grand Masters of the shakuhachi. His original compositions, scores, and recordings can be purchased from Dorn Publications and Arizona University Records and his audio recordings are available from Starkland (formerly Owl Records.)

Publish Date  December 08, 2008

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  54 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Parenting & Families

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gdot50 says

Looks good - fine pics!
Somewhere on there's a reunion book like this about my parents 60th anniversary - Billy and a few others familiar were there. If I locate the link, I'll send it to you.

posted at 04:43pm Jan 23 PST


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