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The American Federation of Musicians and Employers' Pension Fund (AFM-EPF), and international human resource solution provider Paychex Inc.
In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the American Federation of Musicians, Local 143, PO Box 342, Petersham, MA 01366.
These agreements were negotiated in conjunction with the American Federation of Musicians (AFM), The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) and The AFM & SAG-AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund.
A change came only after the Post's business manager was visited by a committee from the American Federation of Musicians.
Articles to appear in the first issues of JSAM include Christopher Reynolds on Porgy and Bess, Denise Von Glahn and Michael Broyles on re-dating the beginnings of musical modernism, Leta Miller on race and the American Federation of Musicians, Teresa Magdanz on "Sobre las Olas" as cultural synecdoche, Benjamin Givan on McCoy Tyner and "Bessie's Blues", and Laurie Stras on music of the Boswell Sisters.
com's website ranked 442,348th surpassing other music-oriented websites, including American Federation of Musicians, Alternative Press, Bandname, Future Music, Looplabs, Playguitar, and Revolver.
RWDSU, New York State Laborers, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters, Iron Workers Local 7, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Transport Workers Union Local 2020, New York City Deputy Sheriffs Association, SEIU 1199, SEIU 200 United, Locomotives Engineers Local 659, Buffalo Professional Firefighters, and New York Hotel Trades Council Local 6, Communication Workers of America District 1, United Auto Workers, New York State Court Officers, New York State Professional Fire Fighters and the American Federation of Musicians, Local 802.
He recalls: "There had been a dispute between the British Musicians' Union and the American Federation of Musicians which led to a 25-year ban on any Americans coming to Britain.