By GUY FLETCHER
ANNAPOLIS - Maryland Gov. Parris N. Glendening doesn't pretend to be a student of classical music, but he knows what he likes.
"Whenever I go to the orchestra, one of the things I really like is the French horn," Glendening said.
On Thursday, Glendening met the person some consider to be the world's greatest French horn player when Barry Tuckwell, conductor of Hagerstown's Maryland Symphony Orchestra, visited.
"I'm so honored to meet you. I have heard so much about you," Glendening told Tuckwell.
The brief meeting was just one of several State House tributes to Tuckwell, who was recognized for his contributions to music during ceremonies in both the Senate and the House of Delegates.