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Subject: [kl] Mendelssohn Clarinet Sonata From: Kathy Williams-DeVries <brisbaneclarinettist@-----.com> Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2012 23:07:30 -0500 Hello everyone Some may enjoy my musings on the Mendelssohn Sonata. http://youtu.be/2Nm20ecgLuw http://youtu.be/YVNSahkjX_Y http://youtu.be/PPUvHCDgxeE Kathy Williams-DeVries _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] great news From: "Melissa Cranis" <mcranis@-----.net> Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 19:33:47 -0500 Would some of you mind sharing your thoughts about the Buffet R-13 clarinet. Is there a year that the clarinet was made that is better than any other year? Any year the clarinet was made that was not so great? Thank you, Melissa ----- Original Message ----- From: <richard.smith7@-----.com> To: "The Klarinet Mailing List" <klarinet@-----.com> Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:58 PM Subject: Re: [kl] great news > > Sent on the TELUS Mobility network with BlackBerry > > -----Original Message----- > From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> > Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 17:16:30 > To: The Klarinet Mailing List<klarinet@-----.com> > Reply-To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> > Subject: Re: [kl] great news > > The email subject "Great news" is a very common one in the annals of spam, > Trojans, spyware, viruses and other malicious email payloads. If something > with an attachment comes by with a subject of "Great news" it goes > immediately into the bit-bucket - if my anti-malware software doesn't shit > can it first. > > I made the assumption that you wouldn't send an an email with the subject > "Great news" and only an attachment - I assumed that your email had been > compromised or that it was a forgery. > > Mark C. > > On Feb 16, 2012, at 4:53 PM, rgilbertRGP@-----.net wrote: > >> Mark, >> What do you mean by not "legit"? >> Richard Gilbert >> >> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> >> To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> >> Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 20:58:48 -0000 (UTC) >> Subject: Re: [kl] great news >> >> And the chances of that being a legit attachment from Mr. Gilbert are >> slim >> to none ... >> >> >> On February 16, 2012 at 2:40 PM bhausmann1@-----.net wrote: >> >>> All attachments are stripped from klarinet posts to prevent malware >> intrusions. Plain text only gets through. >>> >>> Bill Hausmann >>> >> _______________________________________________ >> Klarinet mailing list >> Klarinet@-----.com >> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com >> _______________________________________________ >> Klarinet mailing list >> Klarinet@-----.com >> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > > ----- > No virus found in this message. > Checked by AVG - www.avg.com > Version: 2012.0.1913 / Virus Database: 2112/4817 - Release Date: 02/18/12 > _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] great news From: Joshua Stein <jstein53@-----.net> Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 19:38:48 -0500 Melissa, try between 1960-1980. You might come across a good R-13 clarinet. Josh -----Original Message----- From: Melissa Cranis [mailto:mcranis@-----.net] Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2012 7:34 PM To: The Klarinet Mailing List Subject: Re: [kl] great news Would some of you mind sharing your thoughts about the Buffet R-13 clarinet. Is there a year that the clarinet was made that is better than any other year? Any year the clarinet was made that was not so great? Thank you, Melissa ----- Original Message ----- From: <richard.smith7@-----.com> To: "The Klarinet Mailing List" <klarinet@-----.com> Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:58 PM Subject: Re: [kl] great news > > Sent on the TELUS Mobility network with BlackBerry > > -----Original Message----- > From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> > Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 17:16:30 > To: The Klarinet Mailing List<klarinet@-----.com> > Reply-To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> > Subject: Re: [kl] great news > > The email subject "Great news" is a very common one in the annals of spam, > Trojans, spyware, viruses and other malicious email payloads. If something > with an attachment comes by with a subject of "Great news" it goes > immediately into the bit-bucket - if my anti-malware software doesn't shit > can it first. > > I made the assumption that you wouldn't send an an email with the subject > "Great news" and only an attachment - I assumed that your email had been > compromised or that it was a forgery. > > Mark C. > > On Feb 16, 2012, at 4:53 PM, rgilbertRGP@-----.net wrote: > >> Mark, >> What do you mean by not "legit"? >> Richard Gilbert >> >> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> >> To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> >> Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 20:58:48 -0000 (UTC) >> Subject: Re: [kl] great news >> >> And the chances of that being a legit attachment from Mr. Gilbert are >> slim >> to none ... >> >> >> On February 16, 2012 at 2:40 PM bhausmann1@-----.net wrote: >> >>> All attachments are stripped from klarinet posts to prevent malware >> intrusions. Plain text only gets through. >>> >>> Bill Hausmann >>> >> _______________________________________________ >> Klarinet mailing list >> Klarinet@-----.com >> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com >> _______________________________________________ >> Klarinet mailing list >> Klarinet@-----.com >> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > > ----- > No virus found in this message. > Checked by AVG - www.avg.com > Version: 2012.0.1913 / Virus Database: 2112/4817 - Release Date: 02/18/12 > _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] great news From: "Melissa Cranis" <mcranis@-----.net> Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 19:45:04 -0500 Any idea where to look? ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joshua Stein" <jstein53@-----.net> To: "'The Klarinet Mailing List'" <klarinet@-----.com> Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2012 7:38 PM Subject: Re: [kl] great news > Melissa, try between 1960-1980. You might come across a good R-13 > clarinet. > > Josh > > -----Original Message----- > From: Melissa Cranis [mailto:mcranis@-----.net] > Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2012 7:34 PM > To: The Klarinet Mailing List > Subject: Re: [kl] great news > > Would some of you mind sharing your thoughts about the Buffet R-13 > clarinet. > > Is there a year that the clarinet was made that is better than any other > year? Any year the clarinet was made that was not so great? > > Thank you, > > Melissa > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: <richard.smith7@-----.com> > To: "The Klarinet Mailing List" <klarinet@-----.com> > Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:58 PM > Subject: Re: [kl] great news > > >> >> Sent on the TELUS Mobility network with BlackBerry >> >> -----Original Message----- >> From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> >> Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 17:16:30 >> To: The Klarinet Mailing List<klarinet@-----.com> >> Reply-To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> >> Subject: Re: [kl] great news >> >> The email subject "Great news" is a very common one in the annals of >> spam, > >> Trojans, spyware, viruses and other malicious email payloads. If >> something > >> with an attachment comes by with a subject of "Great news" it goes >> immediately into the bit-bucket - if my anti-malware software doesn't >> shit > >> can it first. >> >> I made the assumption that you wouldn't send an an email with the subject >> "Great news" and only an attachment - I assumed that your email had been >> compromised or that it was a forgery. >> >> Mark C. >> >> On Feb 16, 2012, at 4:53 PM, rgilbertRGP@-----.net wrote: >> >>> Mark, >>> What do you mean by not "legit"? >>> Richard Gilbert >>> >>> ----- Original Message ----- >>> From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> >>> To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> >>> Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 20:58:48 -0000 (UTC) >>> Subject: Re: [kl] great news >>> >>> And the chances of that being a legit attachment from Mr. Gilbert are >>> slim >>> to none ... >>> >>> >>> On February 16, 2012 at 2:40 PM bhausmann1@-----.net wrote: >>> >>>> All attachments are stripped from klarinet posts to prevent malware >>> intrusions. Plain text only gets through. >>>> >>>> Bill Hausmann >>>> >>> _______________________________________________ >>> Klarinet mailing list >>> Klarinet@-----.com >>> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >>> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com >>> _______________________________________________ >>> Klarinet mailing list >>> Klarinet@-----.com >>> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >>> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com >> _______________________________________________ >> Klarinet mailing list >> Klarinet@-----.com >> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com >> _______________________________________________ >> Klarinet mailing list >> Klarinet@-----.com >> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com >> >> >> ----- >> No virus found in this message. >> Checked by AVG - www.avg.com >> Version: 2012.0.1913 / Virus Database: 2112/4817 - Release Date: 02/18/12 >> > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > > ----- > No virus found in this message. > Checked by AVG - www.avg.com > Version: 2012.0.1913 / Virus Database: 2112/4817 - Release Date: 02/18/12 > _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Commissioning Project From: Sean Osborn <feanor33@-----.net> Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 16:28:41 -0500 Dear List, I would like you to know about a special commissioning project I am embarking upon. Imagine recieving, or giving to your favorite clarinet-loving person, a unique piece written just for them. Combinations of 1-4 clarinets and/or 1 piano are available. You will receive score, parts, and recording for a fee of $100 per minute of music. Details at http://www.osbornmusic.com/commission.html Cheers, Sean Osborn www.osbornmusic.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Hindemith Clarinet Sonata From: Web Clarinetlessons <webclarinetlessons@-----.com> Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 18:29:21 -0500 Hello everyone Below links are my merry musings on the Hindemith Sonata http://youtu.be/aa84Ua7uL1s http://youtu.be/rkBP4rTzDLQ http://youtu.be/XLgdMpaa8QI http://youtu.be/n6RZGPB9DW0 Thanks, Kathy _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] community band update From: Jhzkr@-----.com Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 18:46:26 -0500 Thanks everyone for the great conversations. Regarding the band's CD (Repasz); fees paid, lawyers involved, everything's legit. And they will be collecting donations at the spring concert. Also, congrats on your son, Mark! And Dan's comments will definitely be missed!! Judy Christie _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: Jennifer Jones <helen.jennifer@-----.com> Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 23:48:20 -0500 Very proud. On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 3:50 PM, Mark Charette <charette@-----.org>wrote: > As some of you old-timers know, I got involved with this list by asking a > few questions to help my son out when he was in middle school, some few > years back (like the end of 1995 ... I have no idea where the time went!) > > In that intervening time he went to Interlochen for clarinet, got his > Bachelors degree in clarinet performance at Cleveland Institute for Music, > moved to Japan to teach & perform, got interested in conducting, got his > Masters degree at the Tokyo Gedai in conducting, and decided to pursue > conducting as a career. He's been working his way along, working with and > conducting various regional orchestras and opera companies, and is > principal conductor of one of these, the Edogawa Orchestra in Tokyo. > > This coming week is his first big-time conducting gig. He'll be conducting > the Tokyo Philharmonic on a regional tour in Shizuoka, Japan on > Tuesday-Thursday of this coming week. He's worked hard, and I'm pretty > proud of him. > > Now, back to our regularly scheduled program. > > Mark Charette > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] bass clarinet From: James Sclater <sclater@-----.edu> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 09:29:38 -0500 Has anyone had any experience with Ridenour bass clarinets? Am considering purchasing one to use occasionally in a professional situation. I know his soprano instrument are quite fine but know nothing about the "harmony" instruments. Jim Sclater -- James S. Sclater Professor of Music, Retired Mississippi College 601-925-3445 ______________________________________ CONFIDENTIALITY NOTE: This communication may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient or if you are not authorized to receive it, please notify and return the message to the sender. Unauthorized reviewing, forwarding, copying, distributing or using this information is strictly prohibited. _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: John Smith <jacksmith7@-----.net> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 10:21:19 -0500 Where is the thing which one clicks "Like." On Feb 21, 2012, at 11:48 PM, Jennifer Jones wrote: > Very proud. > > On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 3:50 PM, Mark Charette <charette@-----.org>wrote: > >> As some of you old-timers know, I got involved with this list by asking a >> few questions to help my son out when he was in middle school, some few >> years back (like the end of 1995 ... I have no idea where the time went!) >> >> In that intervening time he went to Interlochen for clarinet, got his >> Bachelors degree in clarinet performance at Cleveland Institute for Music, >> moved to Japan to teach & perform, got interested in conducting, got his >> Masters degree at the Tokyo Gedai in conducting, and decided to pursue >> conducting as a career. He's been working his way along, working with and >> conducting various regional orchestras and opera companies, and is >> principal conductor of one of these, the Edogawa Orchestra in Tokyo. >> >> This coming week is his first big-time conducting gig. He'll be conducting >> the Tokyo Philharmonic on a regional tour in Shizuoka, Japan on >> Tuesday-Thursday of this coming week. He's worked hard, and I'm pretty >> proud of him. >> >> Now, back to our regularly scheduled program. >> >> Mark Charette >> _______________________________________________ >> Klarinet mailing list >> Klarinet@-----.com >> To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: >> http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com >> > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet From: "Shertzer, Howard (shertzhg)" <SHERTZHG@-----.EDU> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 12:05:29 -0500 I have an Eb Ridenour and Play with someone with a low C Ridenour, and another with a Eb Harmony. First of all, the intonation is great, in all kinds of weather (temperature and humidity). I also have a Buffet 1193, which is truly a professional instrument. I do not consider the Ridenour or Harmony professional level for a professional orchestra or band, but fine for blues or jazz band. I only use mine now for outdoor concerts. Howard -----Original Message----- From: James Sclater [mailto:sclater@-----.edu] Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 9:30 AM To: Klarinet@-----.com Subject: [kl] bass clarinet Has anyone had any experience with Ridenour bass clarinets? Am considering purchasing one to use occasionally in a professional situation. I know his soprano instrument are quite fine but know nothing about the "harmony" instruments. Jim Sclater -- James S. Sclater Professor of Music, Retired Mississippi College 601-925-3445 ______________________________________ CONFIDENTIALITY NOTE: This communication may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient or if you are not authorized to receive it, please notify and return the message to the sender. Unauthorized reviewing, forwarding, copying, distributing or using this information is strictly prohibited. _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet From: "Bobby McClellan" <bobbymacmcclellan@-----.net> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 12:17:40 -0500 Mr. Sclater, I will guess that you should expect to get reviews from one end of the spectrum to the other. They will be complete hatred to people who adore the Ridenour Bass Clarinet. I will say it is a horn that was designed by tom but he does have them manufactured in China. He goes through them before they ship. He does have a very gernerous trial period if you chose to order one. People do had a tendency to downgrade all horns from china without ever tying one some have tried other basses made in china and hate them. I have a friend that has some other brand china horn and it was absolutely atrocious, dang near every key would bend if you even looked at the horn funny. If you are planning on occasional use I think it is worth a try. I personally do not own his Bass clarinet. I do however own his BBb Contra and his EEb contra prototype horns as well as his Basset A clarinet. I have had no problems with any of them. If you would like to see the construction of some of his harmony clarinets give me a call I am local to you living in flowood and can come out to MC and let you see the ones that I have if you want to look at the quality of the horns. Bobby McClellam Flowood, MS -----Original Message----- From: James Sclater [mailto:sclater@-----.edu] Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 8:30 AM To: Klarinet@-----.com Subject: [kl] bass clarinet Has anyone had any experience with Ridenour bass clarinets? Am considering purchasing one to use occasionally in a professional situation. I know his soprano instrument are quite fine but know nothing about the "harmony" instruments. Jim Sclater -- James S. Sclater Professor of Music, Retired Mississippi College 601-925-3445 ______________________________________ CONFIDENTIALITY NOTE: This communication may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient or if you are not authorized to receive it, please notify and return the message to the sender. Unauthorized reviewing, forwarding, copying, distributing or using this information is strictly prohibited. _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet From: fred jacobowitz <fbjacobo@-----.us> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 16:13:17 -0500 Jim, I don't know if you have your heart set on a new horn, but maybe I can interest you in my older one. It's a Leblanc to Low C. It is in beautiful condition, plays great and is nicely in tune - it's just not a Prestige. The price is right, however: $3K. If you are looking for a quality instrument to play 'occasionally', it could be the right instrument for you. Fred Jacobowitz CASE CLOSED Musical Instrument Case Repair Service Kol Haruach Klezmer Band Ebony and Ivory Duo You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note. ~Doug Floyd On Feb 22, 2012, at 9:29 AM, James Sclater wrote: Has anyone had any experience with Ridenour bass clarinets? Am considering purchasing one to use occasionally in a professional situation. I know his soprano instrument are quite fine but know nothing about the "harmony" instruments. Jim Sclater -- James S. Sclater Professor of Music, Retired Mississippi College 601-925-3445 ______________________________________ CONFIDENTIALITY NOTE: This communication may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient or if you are not authorized to receive it, please notify and return the message to the sender. Unauthorized reviewing, forwarding, copying, distributing or using this information is strictly prohibited. _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet From: bobbymacmcclellan@-----.net Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 17:14:06 -0500 CgpGcmVkIEkgd2lzaCBJIHdhcyBpbiB0aGUgbWFya2V0IGZvciBhIGxvdyBDIHJpZ2h0IG5vdy4g dGhhdCBpcyBhIGdyZWF0IHByaWNlLsKgIAoKCgoKCkJvYmJ5IAoKCgotLS0tLSBPcmlnaW5hbCBN ZXNzYWdlIC0tLS0tCgoKRnJvbTogImZyZWQgamFjb2Jvd2l0eiIgPGZiamFjb2JvQGNhc2UtY2xv c2VkLnVzPiAKVG86ICJUaGUgS2xhcmluZXQgTWFpbGluZyBMaXN0IiA8a2xhcmluZXRAc2VydmUt bXVzaWMuY29tPiAKU2VudDogV2VkbmVzZGF5LCBGZWJydWFyeSAyMiwgMjAxMiAzOjEzOjE3IFBN IApTdWJqZWN0OiBSZTogW2tsXSBiYXNzIGNsYXJpbmV0IAoKSmltLCAKwqDCoMKgwqDCoMKgwqDC oEkgZG9uJ3Qga25vdyBpZiB5b3UgaGF2ZSB5b3VyIGhlYXJ0IHNldCBvbiBhIG5ldyBob3JuLCBi dXQgbWF5YmUgSSDCoCAKY2FuIGludGVyZXN0IHlvdSBpbiBteSBvbGRlciBvbmUuIEl0J3MgYSBM ZWJsYW5jIHRvIExvdyBDLiBJdCBpcyBpbiDCoCAKYmVhdXRpZnVsIGNvbmRpdGlvbiwgcGxheXMg Z3JlYXQgYW5kIGlzIG5pY2VseSBpbiB0dW5lIC0gaXQncyBqdXN0IMKgIApub3QgYSBQcmVzdGln ZS4gVGhlIHByaWNlIGlzIHJpZ2h0LCBob3dldmVyOiAkM0suIElmIHlvdSBhcmUgbG9va2luZyDC oCAKZm9yIGEgcXVhbGl0eSBpbnN0cnVtZW50IHRvIHBsYXkgJ29jY2FzaW9uYWxseScsIGl0IGNv dWxkIGJlIHRoZSDCoCAKcmlnaHQgaW5zdHJ1bWVudCBmb3IgeW91LiAKCgpGcmVkIEphY29ib3dp dHogCgpDQVNFIENMT1NFRCBNdXNpY2FsIEluc3RydW1lbnQgQ2FzZSBSZXBhaXIgU2VydmljZSAK S29sIEhhcnVhY2ggS2xlem1lciBCYW5kIApFYm9ueSBhbmQgSXZvcnkgRHVvIAoKWW91IGRvbid0 IGdldCBoYXJtb255IHdoZW4gZXZlcnlib2R5IHNpbmdzIHRoZSBzYW1lIG5vdGUuIAp+RG91ZyBG bG95ZCAKCk9uIEZlYiAyMiwgMjAxMiwgYXQgOToyOSBBTSwgSmFtZXMgU2NsYXRlciB3cm90ZTog CgpIYXMgYW55b25lIGhhZCBhbnkgZXhwZXJpZW5jZSB3aXRoIFJpZGVub3VyIGJhc3MgY2xhcmlu ZXRzPyBBbSDCoCAKY29uc2lkZXJpbmcgCnB1cmNoYXNpbmcgb25lIHRvIHVzZSBvY2Nhc2lvbmFs bHkgaW4gYSBwcm9mZXNzaW9uYWwgc2l0dWF0aW9uLiBJIMKgIAprbm93IGhpcyAKc29wcmFubyBp bnN0cnVtZW50IGFyZSBxdWl0ZSBmaW5lIGJ1dCBrbm93IG5vdGhpbmcgYWJvdXQgdGhlICJoYXJt b255IiAKaW5zdHJ1bWVudHMuIAoKSmltIFNjbGF0ZXIgCgotLSAKSmFtZXMgUy4gU2NsYXRlciAK UHJvZmVzc29yIG9mIE11c2ljLCBSZXRpcmVkIApNaXNzaXNzaXBwaSBDb2xsZWdlIAo2MDEtOTI1 LTM0NDUgCgpfX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fXyAKQ09ORklERU5U SUFMSVRZIE5PVEU6IMKgVGhpcyBjb21tdW5pY2F0aW9uIG1heSBjb250YWluIGNvbmZpZGVudGlh bCDCoCAKaW5mb3JtYXRpb24uIApJZiB5b3UgYXJlIG5vdCB0aGUgaW50ZW5kZWQgcmVjaXBpZW50 IG9yIGlmIHlvdSBhcmUgbm90IGF1dGhvcml6ZWQgdG8gwqAgCnJlY2VpdmUgaXQsIHBsZWFzZSAK bm90aWZ5IGFuZCByZXR1cm4gdGhlIG1lc3NhZ2UgdG8gdGhlIHNlbmRlci4gwqAgVW5hdXRob3Jp emVkIMKgIApyZXZpZXdpbmcsIGZvcndhcmRpbmcsIApjb3B5aW5nLCBkaXN0cmlidXRpbmcgb3Ig dXNpbmcgdGhpcyBpbmZvcm1hdGlvbiBpcyBzdHJpY3RseSBwcm9oaWJpdGVkLiAKX19fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX18gCktsYXJpbmV0IG1haWxpbmcg bGlzdCAKS2xhcmluZXRAc2VydmUtbXVzaWMuY29tIApUbyBkbyBkYXJuIG5lYXIgYW55dGhpbmcg dG8geW91ciBzdWJzY3JpcHRpb24sIGdvIHRvOiAKaHR0cDovL2tsYXJpbmV0LWxpc3Quc2VydmUt bXVzaWMuY29tIAoKX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19f X18gCktsYXJpbmV0IG1haWxpbmcgbGlzdCAKS2xhcmluZXRAc2VydmUtbXVzaWMuY29tIApUbyBk byBkYXJuIG5lYXIgYW55dGhpbmcgdG8geW91ciBzdWJzY3JpcHRpb24sIGdvIHRvOiAKaHR0cDov L2tsYXJpbmV0LWxpc3Quc2VydmUtbXVzaWMuY29tIApfX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fXwpLbGFyaW5ldCBtYWlsaW5nIGxpc3QKS2xhcmluZXRAc2Vy dmUtbXVzaWMuY29tClRvIGRvIGRhcm4gbmVhciBhbnl0aGluZyB0byB5b3VyIHN1YnNjcmlwdGlv biwgZ28gdG86Cmh0dHA6Ly9rbGFyaW5ldC1saXN0LnNlcnZlLW11c2ljLmNvbQo=
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Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet From: fred jacobowitz <fbjacobo@-----.us> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 22:41:31 -0500 It's never too late! ;-) If you know of anyone who is in the market, send them my way. Fred Jacobowitz CASE CLOSED Musical Instrument Case Repair Service Kol Haruach Klezmer Band Ebony and Ivory Duo You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note. ~Doug Floyd On Feb 22, 2012, at 5:14 PM, bobbymacmcclellan@-----.net wrote: Fred I wish I was in the market for a low C right now. that is a great price. Bobby ----- Original Message ----- From: "fred jacobowitz" <fbjacobo@-----.us> To: "The Klarinet Mailing List" <klarinet@-----.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 3:13:17 PM Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet Jim, I don't know if you have your heart set on a new horn, but maybe I can interest you in my older one. It's a Leblanc to Low C. It is in beautiful condition, plays great and is nicely in tune - it's just not a Prestige. The price is right, however: $3K. If you are looking for a quality instrument to play 'occasionally', it could be the right instrument for you. Fred Jacobowitz CASE CLOSED Musical Instrument Case Repair Service Kol Haruach Klezmer Band Ebony and Ivory Duo You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note. ~Doug Floyd On Feb 22, 2012, at 9:29 AM, James Sclater wrote: Has anyone had any experience with Ridenour bass clarinets? Am considering purchasing one to use occasionally in a professional situation. I know his soprano instrument are quite fine but know nothing about the "harmony" instruments. Jim Sclater -- James S. Sclater Professor of Music, Retired Mississippi College 601-925-3445 ______________________________________ CONFIDENTIALITY NOTE: This communication may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient or if you are not authorized to receive it, please notify and return the message to the sender. Unauthorized reviewing, forwarding, copying, distributing or using this information is strictly prohibited. _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet From: bobbymacmcclellan@-----.net Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 23:49:44 -0500 CgpZZWFoIGF0IHRoZSBtb21lbnQgdGhlIHdpZmUgbWlnaHQgc2hvb3QgbWUhwqAgSSBqdXN0IGdv dCB0aGUgTGVibGFuYyBCYXNzZXQgRiBhbmQgdGhhdCB3YXMgYSB0cnVlIGx1eHVyeSBwdXJjaGFz ZSBidXQgSSBhbSBsb3ZpbmcgdGhhdCBob3JuLsKgIEkganVzdCBmaW5pc2hlZCBwYXlpbmcgb2Zm IGFub3RoZXIgaG9ybi7CoCAKQm9iYnkgCgoKLS0tLS0gT3JpZ2luYWwgTWVzc2FnZSAtLS0tLQoK CkZyb206ICJmcmVkIGphY29ib3dpdHoiIDxmYmphY29ib0BjYXNlLWNsb3NlZC51cz4gClRvOiAi VGhlIEtsYXJpbmV0IE1haWxpbmcgTGlzdCIgPGtsYXJpbmV0QHNlcnZlLW11c2ljLmNvbT4gClNl bnQ6IFdlZG5lc2RheSwgRmVicnVhcnkgMjIsIDIwMTIgOTo0MTozMSBQTSAKU3ViamVjdDogUmU6 IFtrbF0gYmFzcyBjbGFyaW5ldCAKCkl0J3MgbmV2ZXIgdG9vIGxhdGUhIMKgOy0pIMKgSWYgeW91 IGtub3cgb2YgYW55b25lIHdobyBpcyBpbiB0aGUgwqAgCm1hcmtldCwgc2VuZCB0aGVtIG15IHdh eS4gCgpGcmVkIEphY29ib3dpdHogCgoKS29sIEhhcnVhY2ggS2xlem1lciBCYW5kIApFYm9ueSBh bmQgSXZvcnkgRHVvIAoKWW91IGRvbid0IGdldCBoYXJtb255IHdoZW4gZXZlcnlib2R5IHNpbmdz IHRoZSBzYW1lIG5vdGUuIAp+RG91ZyBGbG95ZCAKCk9uIEZlYiAyMiwgMjAxMiwgYXQgNToxNCBQ TSwgYm9iYnltYWNtY2NsZWxsYW5AY29tY2FzdC5uZXQgd3JvdGU6IAoKCgpGcmVkIEkgd2lzaCBJ IHdhcyBpbiB0aGUgbWFya2V0IGZvciBhIGxvdyBDIHJpZ2h0IG5vdy4gdGhhdCBpcyBhIMKgIApn cmVhdCBwcmljZS4gCgoKCgoKQm9iYnkgCgoKCi0tLS0tIE9yaWdpbmFsIE1lc3NhZ2UgLS0tLS0g CgoKRnJvbTogImZyZWQgamFjb2Jvd2l0eiIgPGZiamFjb2JvQGNhc2UtY2xvc2VkLnVzPiAKVG86 ICJUaGUgS2xhcmluZXQgTWFpbGluZyBMaXN0IiA8a2xhcmluZXRAc2VydmUtbXVzaWMuY29tPiAK U2VudDogV2VkbmVzZGF5LCBGZWJydWFyeSAyMiwgMjAxMiAzOjEzOjE3IFBNIApTdWJqZWN0OiBS ZTogW2tsXSBiYXNzIGNsYXJpbmV0IAoKSmltLCAKwqDCoCDCoCDCoCDCoCBJIGRvbid0IGtub3cg aWYgeW91IGhhdmUgeW91ciBoZWFydCBzZXQgb24gYSBuZXcgaG9ybiwgYnV0IMKgIAptYXliZSBJ IApjYW4gaW50ZXJlc3QgeW91IGluIG15IG9sZGVyIG9uZS4gSXQncyBhIExlYmxhbmMgdG8gTG93 IEMuIEl0IGlzIGluIApiZWF1dGlmdWwgY29uZGl0aW9uLCBwbGF5cyBncmVhdCBhbmQgaXMgbmlj ZWx5IGluIHR1bmUgLSBpdCdzIGp1c3QgCm5vdCBhIFByZXN0aWdlLiBUaGUgcHJpY2UgaXMgcmln aHQsIGhvd2V2ZXI6ICQzSy4gSWYgeW91IGFyZSBsb29raW5nIApmb3IgYSBxdWFsaXR5IGluc3Ry dW1lbnQgdG8gcGxheSAnb2NjYXNpb25hbGx5JywgaXQgY291bGQgYmUgdGhlIApyaWdodCBpbnN0 cnVtZW50IGZvciB5b3UuIAoKCkZyZWQgSmFjb2Jvd2l0eiAKCkNBU0UgQ0xPU0VEIE11c2ljYWwg SW5zdHJ1bWVudCBDYXNlIFJlcGFpciBTZXJ2aWNlIApLb2wgSGFydWFjaCBLbGV6bWVyIEJhbmQg CkVib255IGFuZCBJdm9yeSBEdW8gCgpZb3UgZG9uJ3QgZ2V0IGhhcm1vbnkgd2hlbiBldmVyeWJv ZHkgc2luZ3MgdGhlIHNhbWUgbm90ZS4gCn5Eb3VnIEZsb3lkIAoKT24gRmViIDIyLCAyMDEyLCBh dCA5OjI5IEFNLCBKYW1lcyBTY2xhdGVyIHdyb3RlOiAKCkhhcyBhbnlvbmUgaGFkIGFueSBleHBl cmllbmNlIHdpdGggUmlkZW5vdXIgYmFzcyBjbGFyaW5ldHM/IEFtIApjb25zaWRlcmluZyAKcHVy Y2hhc2luZyBvbmUgdG8gdXNlIG9jY2FzaW9uYWxseSBpbiBhIHByb2Zlc3Npb25hbCBzaXR1YXRp b24uIEkgCmtub3cgaGlzIApzb3ByYW5vIGluc3RydW1lbnQgYXJlIHF1aXRlIGZpbmUgYnV0IGtu b3cgbm90aGluZyBhYm91dCB0aGUgImhhcm1vbnkiIAppbnN0cnVtZW50cy4gCgpKaW0gU2NsYXRl ciAKCi0tIApKYW1lcyBTLiBTY2xhdGVyIApQcm9mZXNzb3Igb2YgTXVzaWMsIFJldGlyZWQgCk1p c3Npc3NpcHBpIENvbGxlZ2UgCjYwMS05MjUtMzQ0NSAKCl9fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fIApDT05GSURFTlRJQUxJVFkgTk9URTogwqBUaGlzIGNvbW11bmljYXRp b24gbWF5IGNvbnRhaW4gY29uZmlkZW50aWFsIAppbmZvcm1hdGlvbi4gCklmIHlvdSBhcmUgbm90 IHRoZSBpbnRlbmRlZCByZWNpcGllbnQgb3IgaWYgeW91IGFyZSBub3QgYXV0aG9yaXplZCB0byAK cmVjZWl2ZSBpdCwgcGxlYXNlIApub3RpZnkgYW5kIHJldHVybiB0aGUgbWVzc2FnZSB0byB0aGUg c2VuZGVyLiDCoCBVbmF1dGhvcml6ZWQgCnJldmlld2luZywgZm9yd2FyZGluZywgCmNvcHlpbmcs IGRpc3RyaWJ1dGluZyBvciB1c2luZyB0aGlzIGluZm9ybWF0aW9uIGlzIHN0cmljdGx5IHByb2hp Yml0ZWQuIApfX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fXyAK S2xhcmluZXQgbWFpbGluZyBsaXN0IApLbGFyaW5ldEBzZXJ2ZS1tdXNpYy5jb20gClRvIGRvIGRh cm4gbmVhciBhbnl0aGluZyB0byB5b3VyIHN1YnNjcmlwdGlvbiwgZ28gdG86IApodHRwOi8va2xh cmluZXQtbGlzdC5zZXJ2ZS1tdXNpYy5jb20gCgpfX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fXyAKS2xhcmluZXQgbWFpbGluZyBsaXN0IApLbGFyaW5ldEBzZXJ2 ZS1tdXNpYy5jb20gClRvIGRvIGRhcm4gbmVhciBhbnl0aGluZyB0byB5b3VyIHN1YnNjcmlwdGlv biwgZ28gdG86IApodHRwOi8va2xhcmluZXQtbGlzdC5zZXJ2ZS1tdXNpYy5jb20gCl9fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fIApLbGFyaW5ldCBtYWlsaW5n IGxpc3QgCktsYXJpbmV0QHNlcnZlLW11c2ljLmNvbSAKVG8gZG8gZGFybiBuZWFyIGFueXRoaW5n IHRvIHlvdXIgc3Vic2NyaXB0aW9uLCBnbyB0bzogCmh0dHA6Ly9rbGFyaW5ldC1saXN0LnNlcnZl LW11c2ljLmNvbSAKCl9fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19f X19fIApLbGFyaW5ldCBtYWlsaW5nIGxpc3QgCktsYXJpbmV0QHNlcnZlLW11c2ljLmNvbSAKVG8g ZG8gZGFybiBuZWFyIGFueXRoaW5nIHRvIHlvdXIgc3Vic2NyaXB0aW9uLCBnbyB0bzogCmh0dHA6 Ly9rbGFyaW5ldC1saXN0LnNlcnZlLW11c2ljLmNvbSAKX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX18KS2xhcmluZXQgbWFpbGluZyBsaXN0CktsYXJpbmV0QHNl cnZlLW11c2ljLmNvbQpUbyBkbyBkYXJuIG5lYXIgYW55dGhpbmcgdG8geW91ciBzdWJzY3JpcHRp b24sIGdvIHRvOgpodHRwOi8va2xhcmluZXQtbGlzdC5zZXJ2ZS1tdXNpYy5jb20K
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Subject: [kl] Lorin Levee passed away today From: David Blumberg <blummy@-----.net> Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 04:12:19 -0500 I just got word from Michele Zukovsky that Lorin Levee passed away today. He had been in a coma. May he rest in peace. David Blumberg _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Lorin Levee passed away today From: Eric Seddon <es.fritz.wurlitzer.1951@-----.com> Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 06:17:34 -0500 Thanks for letting us know, David. RIP, Lorin Levee. Eric Seddon -- *Eric Seddon * *Marlborough Man Music* *http://marlboroughmanmusic.blogspot.com/* ** *Wurlitzer Clarinets America* *www.wurlitzerclarinetsamerica.com * ** On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 4:12 AM, David Blumberg <blummy@-----.net> wrote: > I just got word from Michele Zukovsky that Lorin Levee passed away today. > He had been in a coma. > > May he rest in peace. > > > David Blumberg > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... From: "Benjamin Maas" <benmaas@-----.com> Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 00:33:18 -0500 Hello all I spend most of my time lurking on the list here because I'm honestly not doing that much with the clarinet anymore. Those that have been on the list for a long time will probably remember me from way back. These days, I'm working full time doing audio and video recording for a lot of the better ensembles around the LA area. This is the reason why I'm posting- one of the groups I work with regularly is a chamber presenter out of Santa Barbara called Camerata Pacifica. They've got some great musicians that play for them and IMO, they are one of the better chamber presenters in southern California. Anyways, they presented the Beethoven Op. 11 trio on their last concert. It was very well played by Jos=E9 Franch-Ballester on clarinet, Ani Aznavoorian on cello and Warren Jones on piano. We recorded and shot one of the concerts and it is now (as of today) up on youtube. Here's the link: http://youtu.be/l1QU3rOR4ek The performance is first-rate. Please enjoy. There are a number of other really first-rate performances on their youtube page as well. = --Ben Benjamin Maas Fifth Circle Audio Long Beach, CA _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] bass clarinet From: Nitai Levi <clarnibass@-----.com> Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 01:47:57 -0500 On the same subject, does anyone know what differences there are between th= e Ridenour Chinese bass clarinet and other Chinese bass clarinets made rece= ntly, let's say in the last couple of years=A0(not older ones)? I've tried = many in the last few years but not a Ridenour and curious in what ways it i= s different. I mean things like the bore, tone hole size/location, key and = screw=A0material, design of screws or linkages, etc. and not things like go= ing over to tighten keys, make sure no leaks, change bumper materials, type= of pads, etc. _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... From: patten51@-----.com Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 06:19:31 -0500 TG92ZWx5LiBJIGRpZCBmaW5kIHRoZSB0aGVhdHJpY3MgYSBsaXR0bGUgZGlzdHJhY3RpbmcuIFBy b2R1Y3Rpb24gd2FzIHZlcnkgd2VsbCBkb25lLiAKClNlbnQgZnJvbSBteSBpUGhvbmUKCk9uIEZl YiAyNCwgMjAxMiwgYXQgMTI6MzMgQU0sICJCZW5qYW1pbiBNYWFzIiA8YmVubWFhc0BmaWZ0aGNp cmNsZS5jb20+IHdyb3RlOgoKPiBIZWxsbyBhbGwKPiAKPiBJIHNwZW5kIG1vc3Qgb2YgbXkgdGlt ZSBsdXJraW5nIG9uIHRoZSBsaXN0IGhlcmUgYmVjYXVzZSBJJ20gaG9uZXN0bHkgbm90Cj4gZG9p bmcgdGhhdCBtdWNoIHdpdGggdGhlIGNsYXJpbmV0IGFueW1vcmUuICBUaG9zZSB0aGF0IGhhdmUg YmVlbiBvbiB0aGUgbGlzdAo+IGZvciBhIGxvbmcgdGltZSB3aWxsIHByb2JhYmx5IHJlbWVtYmVy IG1lIGZyb20gd2F5IGJhY2suICBUaGVzZSBkYXlzLCBJJ20KPiB3b3JraW5nIGZ1bGwgdGltZSBk b2luZyBhdWRpbyBhbmQgdmlkZW8gcmVjb3JkaW5nIGZvciBhIGxvdCBvZiB0aGUgYmV0dGVyCj4g ZW5zZW1ibGVzIGFyb3VuZCB0aGUgTEEgYXJlYS4KPiAKPiBUaGlzIGlzIHRoZSByZWFzb24gd2h5 IEknbSBwb3N0aW5nLSBvbmUgb2YgdGhlIGdyb3VwcyBJIHdvcmsgd2l0aCByZWd1bGFybHkKPiBp cyBhIGNoYW1iZXIgcHJlc2VudGVyIG91dCBvZiBTYW50YSBCYXJiYXJhIGNhbGxlZCBDYW1lcmF0 YSBQYWNpZmljYS4KPiBUaGV5J3ZlIGdvdCBzb21lIGdyZWF0IG11c2ljaWFucyB0aGF0IHBsYXkg Zm9yIHRoZW0gYW5kIElNTywgdGhleSBhcmUgb25lIG9mCj4gdGhlIGJldHRlciBjaGFtYmVyIHBy ZXNlbnRlcnMgaW4gc291dGhlcm4gQ2FsaWZvcm5pYS4KPiAKPiBBbnl3YXlzLCB0aGV5IHByZXNl bnRlZCB0aGUgQmVldGhvdmVuIE9wLiAxMSB0cmlvIG9uIHRoZWlyIGxhc3QgY29uY2VydC4gIEl0 Cj4gd2FzIHZlcnkgd2VsbCBwbGF5ZWQgYnkgSm9zw6kgRnJhbmNoLUJhbGxlc3RlciBvbiBjbGFy aW5ldCwgQW5pIEF6bmF2b29yaWFuCj4gb24gY2VsbG8gYW5kIFdhcnJlbiBKb25lcyBvbiBwaWFu by4gIFdlIHJlY29yZGVkIGFuZCBzaG90IG9uZSBvZiB0aGUKPiBjb25jZXJ0cyBhbmQgaXQgaXMg bm93IChhcyBvZiB0b2RheSkgdXAgb24geW91dHViZS4KPiAKPiBIZXJlJ3MgdGhlIGxpbms6IGh0 dHA6Ly95b3V0dS5iZS9sMVFVM3JPUjRlayAgVGhlIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIGlzIGZpcnN0LXJhdGUu Cj4gUGxlYXNlIGVuam95LiAgVGhlcmUgYXJlIGEgbnVtYmVyIG9mIG90aGVyIHJlYWxseSBmaXJz dC1yYXRlIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlcyBvbgo+IHRoZWlyIHlvdXR1YmUgcGFnZSBhcyB3ZWxsLiAgCj4g Cj4gLS1CZW4KPiAKPiBCZW5qYW1pbiBNYWFzCj4gRmlmdGggQ2lyY2xlIEF1ZGlvCj4gTG9uZyBC ZWFjaCwgQ0EKPiAKPiAKPiAKPiBfX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fXwo+IEtsYXJpbmV0IG1haWxpbmcgbGlzdAo+IEtsYXJpbmV0QHNlcnZlLW11c2lj LmNvbQo+IFRvIGRvIGRhcm4gbmVhciBhbnl0aGluZyB0byB5b3VyIHN1YnNjcmlwdGlvbiwgZ28g dG86Cj4gaHR0cDovL2tsYXJpbmV0LWxpc3Quc2VydmUtbXVzaWMuY29tCl9fX19fX19fX19fX19f X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fCktsYXJpbmV0IG1haWxpbmcgbGlzdApL bGFyaW5ldEBzZXJ2ZS1tdXNpYy5jb20KVG8gZG8gZGFybiBuZWFyIGFueXRoaW5nIHRvIHlvdXIg c3Vic2NyaXB0aW9uLCBnbyB0bzoKaHR0cDovL2tsYXJpbmV0LWxpc3Quc2VydmUtbXVzaWMuY29t Cg==
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Subject: Re: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... From: dgilbert <dgilbert@-----.com> Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 11:56:46 -0500 Ben, Just a thank you for all the spot on informative posts you contributed = "way back when". I certainly looked forward to your clear, = professional, recording advice. Regards, Dave G. On Feb 24, 2012, at 12:33 AM, Benjamin Maas wrote: > Hello all > > I spend most of my time lurking on the list here because I'm = > honestly not > doing that much with the clarinet anymore. Those that have been on = > the list > for a long time will probably remember me from way back. These = > days, I'm > working full time doing audio and video recording for a lot of the = > better > ensembles around the LA area. > > This is the reason why I'm posting- one of the groups I work with = > regularly > is a chamber presenter out of Santa Barbara called Camerata Pacifica. > They've got some great musicians that play for them and IMO, they = > are one of > the better chamber presenters in southern California. > > Anyways, they presented the Beethoven Op. 11 trio on their last = > concert. It > was very well played by Jos=E9 Franch-Ballester on clarinet, Ani = > Aznavoorian > on cello and Warren Jones on piano. We recorded and shot one of the > concerts and it is now (as of today) up on youtube. > > Here's the link: http://youtu.be/l1QU3rOR4ek The performance is = > first-rate. > Please enjoy. There are a number of other really first-rate = > performances on > their youtube page as well. > > --Ben > > Benjamin Maas > Fifth Circle Audio > Long Beach, CA > > > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Upcoming Concert From: fred jacobowitz <fbjacobo@-----.us> Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 13:32:20 -0500 Hi to all. For anyone in the Raleigh-Durham (North Carolina) area, I will be participating in a concert of chamber music by Bill Robinson on Tuesday night (Feb. 28) at 8 PM in Duke University's Nelson Music Room. I will be playing both his excellent Clarinet Trio and a world premiere of the Sextet for A Clarinet and Strings. He's really a high quality composer. If you go to his website, you'll find out that he's a bit of an eccentric too. (OK, maybe a little more than a bit - but still a great composer.) www.billrobinsonmusic.com Hope to see you there... Fred Jacobowitz CASE CLOSED Musical Instrument Case Repair Service Kol Haruach Klezmer Band Ebony and Ivory Duo You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note. ~Doug Floyd _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... From: Oliver Seely <oseely@-----.com> Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 16:35:59 -0500 I loved every minute of it. Thanks, Dave. The theatrics are hard to avoid= because the piece is so much fun to play. I loved his timing of the grace= notes (or turn, can't remember) in the second section of the first movemen= t. I just slur them all together. Horrid really, but it is wonderful, isn= 't it that with music synthesis none of us needs to be a stranger to lovely= pieces like this one. Now for Ben at Fifth Circle Audio: Some technical questions: I counted four cameras, two in the balcony and t= wo on ground level. One on the ground level needed to have its lens cleane= d, or so it seemed when that one was brought in. How many were there? I d= idn't see any mikes above the players. Where were they? Wherever they wer= e, the only disappointment I found was the almost inaudible pizzicato towar= d the end of the third movement. Wouldn't it have been great to hear that = solo up close, like having a mike right next to a harp? I assume that all = editing was done post-production, right? Okay, now my bottom line question because I have an upcoming concert (which= I may still chicken out on). How much would you charge for a recording se= ssion like that (from the beginning to the creation of the master DVD)? Thanks for the link, Dave. It was most enjoyable. Oliver > From: dgilbert@-----.com > To: klarinet@-----.com > Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 11:56:46 -0500 > Subject: Re: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... > = > Ben, > = > Just a thank you for all the spot on informative posts you contributed = > "way back when". I certainly looked forward to your clear, = > professional, recording advice. > = > Regards, > = > Dave G. > = > On Feb 24, 2012, at 12:33 AM, Benjamin Maas wrote: > = > > Hello all > > > > I spend most of my time lurking on the list here because I'm = > > honestly not > > doing that much with the clarinet anymore. Those that have been on = > > the list > > for a long time will probably remember me from way back. These = > > days, I'm > > working full time doing audio and video recording for a lot of the = > > better > > ensembles around the LA area. > > > > This is the reason why I'm posting- one of the groups I work with = > > regularly > > is a chamber presenter out of Santa Barbara called Camerata Pacifica. > > They've got some great musicians that play for them and IMO, they = > > are one of > > the better chamber presenters in southern California. > > > > Anyways, they presented the Beethoven Op. 11 trio on their last = > > concert. It > > was very well played by Jos=E9 Franch-Ballester on clarinet, Ani = > > Aznavoorian > > on cello and Warren Jones on piano. We recorded and shot one of the > > concerts and it is now (as of today) up on youtube. > > > > Here's the link: http://youtu.be/l1QU3rOR4ek The performance is = > > first-rate. > > Please enjoy. There are a number of other really first-rate = > > performances on > > their youtube page as well. > > > > --Ben > > > > Benjamin Maas > > Fifth Circle Audio > > Long Beach, CA > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > Klarinet mailing list > > Klarinet@-----.com > > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > = > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com = _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... From: "Benjamin Maas" <benmaas@-----.com> Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 17:28:59 -0500 The theatrics were also somewhat because of the way that Camerata Pacifica does their concerts. What you don=92t see here is the short discussion bef= ore the piece talking about the theme and variations. The theme was a pretty popular tune from an opera that had some pretty mundane text to it. People listening to the piece back then almost certainly would have known the context. Serious music, it really isn=92t. = OK. The tech info: = Yes, 4 cameras, but not where you think. One center capturing the front ensemble shot at the back of the hall. 3 upstairs (2 on one side, 1 on the other). This is not the best camera work I=92ve ever done, but it is what = it is. I decided to share, not because of my technical prowess, but because the performance was just darned good. 2 cameras are owned by the ensemble, and the other ones are owned by me. The center camera is a little high-end sony camcorder. For consumer gear, it is quite good, but it still isn=92t a pro camera. The left side of the house is the ensemble=92s Canon XH-A1 HDV camera. The Right side is my Sony NX-5U and my Canon 7D DSLR. Wasn=92t planning on using the DSLR for the edit, but the footage was useful in a couple places. The ensemble shot from the right is the DSLR. Close ups are from the =93real=94 cameras as they have the bigger zoom lenses. = = The reason why the center camera=92s image was slightly fuzzy is because th= ere was some digital zooming going on. I didn=92t have any help for this and running 4 cameras by ones self is tough (to put it mildy). Hence a couple short-cuts to compensate for a shot that may or may not have been there. I will sometimes do two camera work with both cameras sitting in the back center of the house so that I can look at both cameras at the same time. Makes a big difference, but in the case of Hahn Hall up in Santa Barbara, the camera positions are difficult. When budget allows, however, I do work with some other folks to get the kind of coverage that is needed. = Recording was made using a pair of Neumann KM140 microphones that are hanging in the hall going through a set of Lavry Microphone preamps and converters. The placement isn=92t perfect, but in this hall, moving mics is nearly impossible. You don=92t see the mics in the frame because I was able to keep them out of the shot. They are quite definitely there. There are also a pair of Schoeps omnis hanging in there as outriggers, but they weren=92t used for this recording. Barbara Hirsch did the recording, but I mastered it and did a couple tweaks to it so that it would work better for video that is streaming on a computer. = As for costs, I=92ll contact you off list. = --Ben = = Benjamin Maas Fifth Circle Audio Long Beach, CA = From: Oliver Seely [mailto:oseely@-----.com] = Sent: Friday, February 24, 2012 1:36 PM To: klarinet list; info@-----.com Subject: RE: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... = I loved every minute of it. Thanks, Dave. The theatrics are hard to avoid because the piece is so much fun to play. I loved his timing of the grace notes (or turn, can't remember) in the second section of the first movement. I just slur them all together. Horrid really, but it is wonderful, isn't it that with music synthesis none of us needs to be a stranger to lovely pieces like this one. Now for Ben at Fifth Circle Audio: Some technical questions: I counted four cameras, two in the balcony and two on ground level. One on the ground level needed to have its lens cleaned, or so it seemed when that one was brought in. How many were there? I didn't see any mikes above the players. Where were they? Wherever they were, the only disappointment I found was the almost inaudible pizzicato toward the end of the third movement. Wouldn't it have been great to hear that solo up close, like having a mike right next to a harp? I assume that all editing was done post-production, right? Okay, now my bottom line question because I have an upcoming concert (which I may still chicken out on). How much would you charge for a recording session like that (from the beginning to the creation of the master DVD)? Thanks for the link, Dave. It was most enjoyable. Oliver > From: dgilbert@-----.com > To: klarinet@-----.com > Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 11:56:46 -0500 > Subject: Re: [kl] Been awhile since I've posted... > = > Ben, > = > Just a thank you for all the spot on informative posts you contributed = > "way back when". I certainly looked forward to your clear, = > professional, recording advice. > = > Regards, > = > Dave G. > = > On Feb 24, 2012, at 12:33 AM, Benjamin Maas wrote: > = > > Hello all > > > > I spend most of my time lurking on the list here because I'm = > > honestly not > > doing that much with the clarinet anymore. Those that have been on = > > the list > > for a long time will probably remember me from way back. These = > > days, I'm > > working full time doing audio and video recording for a lot of the = > > better > > ensembles around the LA area. > > > > This is the reason why I'm posting- one of the groups I work with = > > regularly > > is a chamber presenter out of Santa Barbara called Camerata Pacifica. > > They've got some great musicians that play for them and IMO, they = > > are one of > > the better chamber presenters in southern California. > > > > Anyways, they presented the Beethoven Op. 11 trio on their last = > > concert. It > > was very well played by Jos=E9 Franch-Ballester on clarinet, Ani = > > Aznavoorian > > on cello and Warren Jones on piano. We recorded and shot one of the > > concerts and it is now (as of today) up on youtube. > > > > Here's the link: http://youtu.be/l1QU3rOR4ek The performance is = > > first-rate. > > Please enjoy. There are a number of other really first-rate = > > performances on > > their youtube page as well. > > > > --Ben > > > > Benjamin Maas > > Fifth Circle Audio > > Long Beach, CA > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > Klarinet mailing list > > Klarinet@-----.com > > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > = > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: Joseph Rushton Wakeling <joseph.wakeling@-----.net> Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 14:30:40 -0500 On 12/02/12 23:50, Mark Charette wrote: > As some of you old-timers know, I got involved with this list by asking a few questions to help my son [...]This coming week is his first big-time conducting gig. He'll be conducting the Tokyo Philharmonic on a regional tour in Shizuoka, Japan on Tuesday-Thursday of this coming week. Fantastic!! Many congratulations :-) _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 16:02:52 -0500 Thank you all for the good wishes for Steve. And an update to the update ... The concert went well, and Steve's now going to be working with maestro Dan Ettinger. Steve will be the conductor for the summer Tokyo Philharmonic "Family Orchestra", which is essentially a series of master classes where 50 students are paired with a Tokyo Phil member for 7 sessions/rehearsals, with the eighth session being a final concert conducted by maestro Ettinger. Mark C. On 2/26/2012 2:30 PM, Joseph Rushton Wakeling wrote: > On 12/02/12 23:50, Mark Charette wrote: >> As some of you old-timers know, I got involved with this list by asking a few questions to help my son [...]This coming week is his first big-time conducting gig. He'll be > conducting the Tokyo Philharmonic on a regional tour in Shizuoka, Japan > on Tuesday-Thursday of this coming week. > > Fantastic!! Many congratulations :-) _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] =?iso-8859-1?q?Status_update_on_my_son?= From: "=?iso-8859-1?Q?sarah=20elbaz?=" <sarah@-----.com> Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 22:38:32 -0500 I didn't know that Danny is the conductor of Tokyo Phil. WOW. Good luck t= o your son. Sarah > -------Original Message------- > From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> > To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> > Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son > Sent: 26 Feb '12 21:02 > = > Thank you all for the good wishes for Steve. > = > And an update to the update ... > = > The concert went well, and Steve's now going to be working with maestro= =A0=A0 > Dan Ettinger. Steve will be the conductor for the summer Tokyo > Philharmonic "Family Orchestra", which is essentially a series of master > classes where 50 students are paired with a Tokyo Phil member for 7 > sessions/rehearsals, with the eighth session=A0=A0being a final concert > conducted by maestro Ettinger. > = > Mark C. > = > On 2/26/2012 2:30 PM, Joseph Rushton Wakeling wrote: > > On 12/02/12 23:50, Mark Charette wrote: > >> As some of you old-timers know, I got involved with this list by aski= ng a few questions to help my son [...]This coming week is his first big-ti= me conducting gig. He'll be > > conducting the Tokyo Philharmonic on a regional tour in Shizuoka, Japan > > on Tuesday-Thursday of this coming week. > > > > Fantastic!!=A0=A0Many congratulations :-) > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > = _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: hns692@-----.com Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 23:57:42 -0500 Did any of the Shizouka tour get recorded and posted to You Tube? It would be fun for all of us to see/hear --- especially you, I'm sure. Lee Ann Hansen Sousa Band In a message dated 2/26/2012 3:02:27 P.M. Central Standard Time, charette@-----.org writes: Thank you all for the good wishes for Steve. And an update to the update ... The concert went well, and Steve's now going to be working with maestro Dan Ettinger. Steve will be the conductor for the summer Tokyo Philharmonic "Family Orchestra", which is essentially a series of master classes where 50 students are paired with a Tokyo Phil member for 7 sessions/rehearsals, with the eighth session being a final concert conducted by maestro Ettinger. Mark C. On 2/26/2012 2:30 PM, Joseph Rushton Wakeling wrote: > On 12/02/12 23:50, Mark Charette wrote: >> As some of you old-timers know, I got involved with this list by asking a few questions to help my son [...]This coming week is his first big-time conducting gig. He'll be > conducting the Tokyo Philharmonic on a regional tour in Shizuoka, Japan > on Tuesday-Thursday of this coming week. > > Fantastic!! Many congratulations :-) _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 06:50:05 -0500 Not to my knowledge. :-( On Feb 26, 2012, at 23:57, hns692@-----.com wrote: > Did any of the Shizouka tour get recorded and posted to You Tube? It > would be fun for all of us to see/hear --- especially you, I'm sure. > > Lee Ann Hansen > Sousa Band > > > In a message dated 2/26/2012 3:02:27 P.M. Central Standard Time, > charette@-----.org writes: > > Thank you all for the good wishes for Steve. > > And an update to the update ... > > The concert went well, and Steve's now going to be working with maestro > Dan Ettinger. Steve will be the conductor for the summer Tokyo > Philharmonic "Family Orchestra", which is essentially a series of master > classes where 50 students are paired with a Tokyo Phil member for 7 > sessions/rehearsals, with the eighth session being a final concert > conducted by maestro Ettinger. > > Mark C. > > On 2/26/2012 2:30 PM, Joseph Rushton Wakeling wrote: >> On 12/02/12 23:50, Mark Charette wrote: >>> As some of you old-timers know, I got involved with this list by asking > a few questions to help my son [...]This coming week is his first big-time > conducting gig. He'll be >> conducting the Tokyo Philharmonic on a regional tour in Shizuoka, Japan >> on Tuesday-Thursday of this coming week. >> >> Fantastic!! Many congratulations :-) > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: "Forest Aten" <forestaten@-----.com> Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 22:57:38 -0500 Just really, really good news. Congrats... > > Thank you all for the good wishes for Steve. > > And an update to the update ... > _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] 1999 recoredings From: Kathy Williams-DeVries <brisbaneclarinettist@-----.com> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 02:24:48 -0500 It may interest some to listen to some recordings of my hey day in 1999. Featured are the Hillandale Waltzes, and the Mozart and Copland Concertos. http://youtu.be/PUQYmiDrqZo http://youtu.be/8hp-kqkS8GU http://youtu.be/D1DuZ7EVbyQ Kathy _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] George Dazeley From: "michael bryant" <michaelbryant@-----.net> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 04:33:41 -0500 Those list members who requested copies of George Dazeley's study of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto may also be interested to know who he was. Other pioneers in the field include Michael Whewell, Ernst Hess, Pamela Poulin, Milan Kostohryz, Jiri Kratochvil, Alan Hacker, Ted Planas and Hans Rudolf Stalder, all better known or remembered than George Dazeley. In some cases he was misremembered. Alan Hacker refers to him as the 'late' George Dazeley three years before he died in his Schott edition of the concerto in 1974. In Jack Brymer's book on the clarinet in 1976 (p 36) he was said to an American; nothing wrong with that. My notes have reached ~1000 words, based on enquiries made in the last few weeks. The resulting illustrated Word.doc file is available on request by direct mailing. Here is a short summary, which may suffice, with apologies for some overlapping information: Dr George Dazeley (1914-1977) was an organic chemist and in charge of the science department at Rugby School. He was a man of many interests; fungi, hill walking, geology, drama production, refereeing hockey. Music was at the irreducible core of his activities. He appeared as a baritone soloist at a professional level and played the clarinet and bassoon. In 1948 he published, with visionary insight, a pioneering study of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto proposing the use of the basset clarinet extended to low C, based on internal evidence alone, proved to be largely correct by later discoveries. MB _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley From: "Doug Potter" <doug@-----.net> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 10:49:09 -0500 Mark, could these be made available on the web site? Doug http://ConicWave.net -----Original Message----- From: michael bryant [mailto:michaelbryant@-----.net] Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 1:34 AM To: klarinet@-----.com Subject: [kl] George Dazeley Those list members who requested copies of George Dazeley's study of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto may also be interested to know who he was. Other pioneers in the field include Michael Whewell, Ernst Hess, Pamela Poulin, Milan Kostohryz, Jiri Kratochvil, Alan Hacker, Ted Planas and Hans Rudolf Stalder, all better known or remembered than George Dazeley. In some cases he was misremembered. Alan Hacker refers to him as the 'late' George Dazeley three years before he died in his Schott edition of the concerto in 1974. In Jack Brymer's book on the clarinet in 1976 (p 36) he was said to an American; nothing wrong with that. My notes have reached ~1000 words, based on enquiries made in the last few weeks. The resulting illustrated Word.doc file is available on request by direct mailing. Here is a short summary, which may suffice, with apologies for some overlapping information: Dr George Dazeley (1914-1977) was an organic chemist and in charge of the science department at Rugby School. He was a man of many interests; fungi, hill walking, geology, drama production, refereeing hockey. Music was at the irreducible core of his activities. He appeared as a baritone soloist at a professional level and played the clarinet and bassoon. In 1948 he published, with visionary insight, a pioneering study of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto proposing the use of the basset clarinet extended to low C, based on internal evidence alone, proved to be largely correct by later discoveries. MB _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 12:59:11 -0500 All posts are already searchable & online on the web site. On February 28, 2012 at 10:49 AM Doug Potter <doug@-----.net> wrote: > Mark, could these be made available on the web site? > > Doug > http://ConicWave.net > > -----Original Message----- > From: michael bryant [mailto:michaelbryant@-----.net] > Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 1:34 AM > To: klarinet@-----.com > Subject: [kl] George Dazeley > > Those list members who requested copies of George Dazeley's study of > Mozart's Clarinet Concerto may also be interested to know who he was. Other > pioneers in the field include Michael Whewell, Ernst Hess, Pamela Poulin, > Milan Kostohryz, Jiri Kratochvil, Alan Hacker, Ted Planas and Hans Rudolf > Stalder, all better known or remembered than George Dazeley. In some cases > he was misremembered. Alan Hacker refers to him as the 'late' George Dazeley > three years before he died in his Schott edition of the concerto in 1974. In > Jack Brymer's book on the clarinet in 1976 (p 36) he was said to an > American; nothing wrong with that. My notes have reached ~1000 words, based > on enquiries made in the last few weeks. The resulting illustrated Word.doc > file is available on request by direct mailing. Here is a short summary, > which may suffice, with apologies for some overlapping information: > > Dr George Dazeley (1914-1977) was an organic chemist and in charge of the > science department at Rugby School. He was a man of many interests; fungi, > hill walking, geology, drama production, refereeing hockey. Music was at the > irreducible core of his activities. He appeared as a baritone soloist at a > professional level and played the clarinet and bassoon. In 1948 he > published, with visionary insight, a pioneering study of Mozart's Clarinet > Concerto proposing the use of the basset clarinet extended to low C, based > on internal evidence alone, proved to be largely correct by later > discoveries. > > MB > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.org> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:00:09 -0500 If you're thinking of the "Word" doc, I could put that up if Michael allows it. On February 28, 2012 at 10:49 AM Doug Potter <doug@-----.net> wrote: > Mark, could these be made available on the web site? > > Doug > http://ConicWave.net > > -----Original Message----- > From: michael bryant [mailto:michaelbryant@-----.net] > Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 1:34 AM > To: klarinet@-----.com > Subject: [kl] George Dazeley > > Those list members who requested copies of George Dazeley's study of > Mozart's Clarinet Concerto may also be interested to know who he was. Other > pioneers in the field include Michael Whewell, Ernst Hess, Pamela Poulin, > Milan Kostohryz, Jiri Kratochvil, Alan Hacker, Ted Planas and Hans Rudolf > Stalder, all better known or remembered than George Dazeley. In some cases > he was misremembered. Alan Hacker refers to him as the 'late' George Dazeley > three years before he died in his Schott edition of the concerto in 1974. In > Jack Brymer's book on the clarinet in 1976 (p 36) he was said to an > American; nothing wrong with that. My notes have reached ~1000 words, based > on enquiries made in the last few weeks. The resulting illustrated Word.doc > file is available on request by direct mailing. Here is a short summary, > which may suffice, with apologies for some overlapping information: > > Dr George Dazeley (1914-1977) was an organic chemist and in charge of the > science department at Rugby School. He was a man of many interests; fungi, > hill walking, geology, drama production, refereeing hockey. Music was at the > irreducible core of his activities. He appeared as a baritone soloist at a > professional level and played the clarinet and bassoon. In 1948 he > published, with visionary insight, a pioneering study of Mozart's Clarinet > Concerto proposing the use of the basset clarinet extended to low C, based > on internal evidence alone, proved to be largely correct by later > discoveries. > > MB > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Harold Wright Memorial Clarinet Merit Award Competition THIS From: Jonathan Cohler <cohler@-----.org> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:03:38 -0500 There is still time to sign up for the Boston Woodwind Society Clarinet Merit Award Competition this Saturday, March 3! - The Boston Woodwind Society (http://www.boswinds.org/) announces its annual Harold Wright Memorial Clarinet Merit Award Competition, which wi= ll take place on Saturday, March 3, 2012 starting at 2:00 PM. To register go to: =95 http://www.boswinds.org/regisFormClarinet.html The competition honors the memory and artistry of former Boston Symphony Orchestra principal clarinetist Harold Wright. Recipients of this award will receive a prize of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,000) and will perform in a concert later in the month as a member of the BWS Merit Award Quartet, which will be made up of four of our award recipients. The concert will feature the world premiere of a new work by American composer Andrew List, which has been commissioned by the Boston Woodwind Society expressly for this occasion. Registrations end on March 1 or as soon as all audition times have been filled. BWS Merit Award Competitions are open to all instrumentalists of age 18 to 30 regardless of race, creed, or gender. Contestants are required to play a solo piece of their choice and must provide a piano accompanist. = No unaccompanied works will be considered. Auditions are held in Room 165 at Boston University School of Music, 855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. Jonathan Cohler Artistic Director International Woodwind Festival http://iwwf.org/ cohler@-----.org _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley From: "Doug Potter" <doug@-----.net> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:33:04 -0500 Both the Dazeley paper and these notes by Michael. -----Original Message----- From: Mark Charette [mailto:charette@-----.org] Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 10:00 AM To: The Klarinet Mailing List Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley If you're thinking of the "Word" doc, I could put that up if Michael allows it. On February 28, 2012 at 10:49 AM Doug Potter <doug@-----.net> wrote: > Mark, could these be made available on the web site? > > Doug > http://ConicWave.net > > -----Original Message----- > From: michael bryant [mailto:michaelbryant@-----.net] > Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 1:34 AM > To: klarinet@-----.com > Subject: [kl] George Dazeley > > Those list members who requested copies of George Dazeley's study of > Mozart's Clarinet Concerto may also be interested to know who he was. Other > pioneers in the field include Michael Whewell, Ernst Hess, Pamela > Poulin, Milan Kostohryz, Jiri Kratochvil, Alan Hacker, Ted Planas and > Hans Rudolf > Stalder, all better known or remembered than George Dazeley. In some cases > he was misremembered. Alan Hacker refers to him as the 'late' George Dazeley > three years before he died in his Schott edition of the concerto in 1974. In > Jack Brymer's book on the clarinet in 1976 (p 36) he was said to an > American; nothing wrong with that. My notes have reached ~1000 words, based > on enquiries made in the last few weeks. The resulting illustrated Word.doc > file is available on request by direct mailing. Here is a short > summary, which may suffice, with apologies for some overlapping information: > > Dr George Dazeley (1914-1977) was an organic chemist and in charge of > the science department at Rugby School. He was a man of many > interests; fungi, > hill walking, geology, drama production, refereeing hockey. Music was > at the > irreducible core of his activities. He appeared as a baritone soloist > at a > professional level and played the clarinet and bassoon. In 1948 he > published, with visionary insight, a pioneering study of Mozart's Clarinet > Concerto proposing the use of the basset clarinet extended to low C, based > on internal evidence alone, proved to be largely correct by later > discoveries. > > MB > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com > > _______________________________________________ > Klarinet mailing list > Klarinet@-----.com > To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: > http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] IWWF 2012: Featuring Fuchs, Cohler, Montilla & Doggett From: Jonathan Cohler <cohler@-----.org> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:55:17 -0500 International Woodwind Festival 2012 July 15 to 22, 2012 Central College, Pella, Iowa APPLY ONLINE NOW! (http://iwwf.org/) CLARINET FACULTY =95 Jonathan Cohler (Soloist, Conductor, Boston, MA) =95 Cynthia Doggett (Associate Professor of Music, Central College, Pella, = IA) =95 Wenzel Fuchs (Principal Clarinet, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra) =95 Jorge Montilla (Simon Bolivar Orchestra) DESCRIPTION =95 Spend one intense week of music making including masterclasses, private lessons, chamber music coaching and performing. Study with and hear live performances by some of the top clarinetists in the world. IWWF 2012 takes place on the campus of Central College in picturesque Pella, Iowa. =95 There are two TUITION levels: Full ($1000) and Auditor* ($300). Financi= al aid is available for Full Tuition students only. Daily auditor passes are also available for $75 per day. =95 ROOM AND BOARD including 3 meals per day as well as single-occupancy, air-conditioned rooms with linens is $550 for the 7 nights of the festival. =95 TRANSPORTATION from and back to the Des Moines airport will be provided. =95 The AGE RANGE of participants is 15 and older. Participants include students, amateurs and professionals from all over the world. =95 If you love the clarinet, and want to have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have an intensive study experience and enjoy performances by some of the best clarinetists in the world, IWWF is for you. (Auditors do not receive private lessons nor play in masterclasses, but they can observe all masterclasses and concerts.) EACH STUDENT GETS =95 3 Private Lessons =95 3 Masterclass Performances =95 3 Rehearsals with pianists =95 2 Masterclasses per day =95 5 Faculty Concerts =95 Chamber Music Coaching =95 Professional Pianists for rehearsals, masterclasses and performances OTHER BENEFITS INCLUDE =95 Student Performances =95 Young Artists Competition =95 Instrument Repair Clinic =95 Group Outing to Red Rock Lake =95 Socialize with Faculty daily PIANO =95 Shizue Sano =95 others TBA SPACE IS LIMITED SO APPLY NOW! If you have any questions, email cohler@-----. PREVIOUS FACULTY =95 Henri Bok =95 Alessandro Carbonare =95 Philippe Cuper =95 Ricardo Morales =95 Charles Neidich =95 Jessica Phillips =95 Valdemar Rodriguez =95 Luis Rossi =95 Robert Spring =95 Eddy Vanoosthuyse ---------- Jonathan Cohler Artistic Director International Woodwind Festival http://iwwf.org/ cohler@-----.org _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley From: "michael bryant" <michaelbryant@-----.net> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:58:19 -0500 Thank you, Mark-san, I shall be very pleased to accept your offer, but having 'finished' it, and read it again, I discover that I am still editing, modifying, adding bits, it keeps growing. I hope it will settle down tomorrow. For example I have added the subject of his doctorate, his appearances with the Chelsea Opera Group, the Bellocian parody about his bassoon playing, and short account of the funeral. All will be revealed, almost. You will not believe that he had a basset hound called Corno until you have seen the photograph. M ----- Original Message ----- Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 6:00 PM Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley > If you're thinking of the "Word" doc, I could put that up if Michael > allows > it. > > On February 28, 2012 at 10:49 AM Doug Potter <doug@-----.net> wrote: >> Mark, could these be made available on the web site? >> Doug >> http://ConicWave.net _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] The American Chamber Ensemble in Concert on March 4 at Hofstra From: Jeffrey James <jamesarts@-----.net> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 18:09:32 -0500 February 28, 2012 For Immediate Release Contact: Jeffrey James Arts Consulting 516-586-3433 or jamesarts@-----.net The American Chamber Ensemble in Concert on March 4 at Hofstra = University in Hempstead, New York The American Chamber Ensemble will perform the second concert of their = 2011-2012 season on Sunday, March 4 - 3 PM at Monroe Lecture Center = Theater of Hofstra University, on California Avenue in Hempstead, N.Y. = This event is presented by the Music Department of Hofstra University. Repertoire for this concert will be Quartet for piano and strings by = Carlos Surinach, Sonata for two clarinets and piano by Gary Schocker, = Pastorale for clarinet and piano by Elliott Carter, American Pieces for = violin and piano by Lukas Foss, A Little Bit for viola and clarinet by = Meyer Kupferman and Quartet for clarinet and strings by Howard Boatwright. Performers will be ACE Directors Naomi Drucker (clarinet), Blanche Abram = (piano) and Marilyn Lehman (piano), with violinist Eriko Sato, violist = Lois Martin and cellist Chris Finckel. Special guest will be clarinetist Stanley Drucker. Tickets at Hofstra University Box Office - $15 ($12 senior citizens 65+ = and non-Hofstra students). One free ticket with current Hofstra Card. = For ticket information, call 516-463-6644. Directions to Hofstra at = http://www.hofstra.edu/visitors/visitors_info_dirmaps.html. Public = transit information at = http://tripplanner.mta.info/MyTrip/ui_web/customplanner/tripplanner.aspx. = All ACE concerts are ADA accessible. The American Chamber Ensemble explores the great chamber music = literature for clarinet and piano in combination with strings, woodwinds = and voice and presents performances featuring world-class artists. ACE = consists of the finest freelance musicians in the New York area and has = been cited by critics for their superb presentations of chamber = masterworks. Their latest CDs on Elysium are American Clarinet = Treasures, with Guest Artist Stanley Drucker and The American Chamber = Ensemble Plays Peter Schickele, which features five of this modern = master=92s chamber works. For the latest ACE concert listings, updates and = information, logon to their new website =96 = http://www.americanchamberensemble.com/. Join their Facebook page at = http://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Chamber-Ensemble/150032171984. ACE concerts are made possible by the New York State Council on the = Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State = Legislature, and by private contributions. For press inquiries, photos or more information about the American = Chamber Ensemble, please call Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at = 516-586-3433 or email them at jamesarts@-----. -30- -- = Jeffrey James Arts Consulting 4Tay Records & ClassicalCDs.net 45 Grant Avenue Farmingdale, NY 11735 USA Tel: 516-586-3433 E-mail: jamesarts@-----.net Website: http://www.jamesarts.com JamesArts Radio - http://songza.com/listen/jj-radio _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Survey on clarinet vibrato. From: Josu Izco Escribano <chico-ostra@-----.com> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 19:17:49 -0500 Hi everyone. My name is Josu Izco. I am a clarinet student of Spain, and this year Im finishing my superior studies in Musikene High Conservatory (Basque Country). I am currently doing a research on the use of vibrato on the clarinet. With this,im not trying to make an attack or a defense on its use, but just trying to collect all the information possible about and offer different views on the matter. I think this is a very interesting topic on which there is not much written. To achieve this, I created a global survey for all the clarinetists (professionals, students or amateurs) everywhere with different questions respect to the subject. It is an anonymous survey and a researcher desire. The survey is adapted both for the one that does use of vibrato and the one who never does. This is very important, because all opinions are equally valid and necessary. I tried not to make a long or heavy survey; and there is no the obligation to write anything; you can just choose between the different answers (or write your own). Therefore I would appreciate very much that you could fill the questionnaire whenever you can (not to late if possible). Of course, I will send the results as soon as i have them available; I think it might be interesting for everyone if this gets successful and I get a good number of responses. I have the survey also in spanish if someone prefers it. Links: English: http://survey.2ask.net/d6dac7803b34dee8/survey.html?l=en Spanish: http://survey.2ask.net/d6dac7803b34dee8/survey.html?l=es Thank you very much to all in advance. I welcome your answers; i will really appreciate your interest. Greetings. _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley From: "Doug Potter" <doug@-----.net> Date: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 13:22:47 -0500 But in the meantime, we could have the Dazeley paper online. Doug http://ConicWave.net -----Original Message----- From: michael bryant [mailto:michaelbryant@-----.net] Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 10:58 AM To: The Klarinet Mailing List Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley Thank you, Mark-san, I shall be very pleased to accept your offer, but having 'finished' it, and read it again, I discover that I am still editing, modifying, adding bits, it keeps growing. I hope it will settle down tomorrow. For example I have added the subject of his doctorate, his appearances with the Chelsea Opera Group, the Bellocian parody about his bassoon playing, and short account of the funeral. All will be revealed, almost. You will not believe that he had a basset hound called Corno until you have seen the photograph. M ----- Original Message ----- Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 6:00 PM Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley > If you're thinking of the "Word" doc, I could put that up if Michael > allows it. > > On February 28, 2012 at 10:49 AM Doug Potter <doug@-----.net> wrote: >> Mark, could these be made available on the web site? >> Doug >> http://ConicWave.net _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley From: "michael bryant" <michaelbryant@-----.net> Date: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 20:28:29 -0500 I searched for it and failed. If you have a location, I would be pleased to know it. I only found some of the results of his research into Benzene and its derivatives. Thanks, M ----- Original Message ----- Sent: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 6:22 PM Subject: Re: [kl] George Dazeley > But in the meantime, we could have the Dazeley paper online. > > Doug > http://ConicWave.net _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Rumba Thumb support From: Janice Rosen <operanut@-----.com> Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2012 22:20:29 -0500 Have any of you ever tried a = Rumba Thumb Support NC75170 See link: = http://www.ncmedical.com/item_1284.html A friend of mine asked a sports therapist who also plays clarinet once in a= while as a hobby about my problem with holding the clarinet with the right= thumb and the sports therapist suggested the Rumba Thumb Support.=A0=A0 = Before I spend money on it, I thought I would check and see if anyone uses = it.=A0 To me it looks like a splint and would keep the right thumb complete= ly immobile.=A0 I don't think that is what I should be doing while playing = the instrument.=A0 = Janice Rosen Washington, DC _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Rumba Thumb support From: Gary Van Cott <gary@-----.com> Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2012 22:57:42 -0500 A friend of mine uses something like this and it doesn't cause him any problems. Gary +--------------------------------------------------------------------- | Gary Van Cott - Van Cott Information Services, Inc. | Woodwind and Brass: Books, Music, CDs and More | http://www.vcisinc.com/ --> VISA MasterCard Discover AmExp <-- | P.O. Box 9569, Las Vegas, NV 89191, USA | Phone: 702-438-2102 Fax: 801-650-1719 Email: Gary@-----.com | Become a VCIS Inc Facebook fan: http://traceurl.com/rdS?r=6185&l=34 +--------------------------------------------------------------------- On 3/1/2012 7:20 PM, Janice Rosen wrote: > Have any of you ever tried a > > Rumba Thumb Support NC75170 > > See link: > > > http://www.ncmedical.com/item_1284.html > > > A friend of mine asked a sports therapist who also plays clarinet once in a while as a hobby about my problem with holding the clarinet with the right thumb and the sports therapist suggested the Rumba Thumb Support. > > Before I spend money on it, I thought I would check and see if anyone uses it. To me it looks like a splint and would keep the right thumb completely immobile. I don't think that is what I should be doing while playing the instrument. > > > Janice Rosen > Washington, DC _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: Garrett Fitzgerald <sarekofvulcan@-----.com> Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2012 08:59:19 -0500 On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 20:09, Bill Hausmann <bhausmann1@-----.net> wrote: > Wow! Congratulations on a job well done! (By him AND you!) > Indeed. :-) If you have to mic a saxophone, the rest of the band is TOO LOUD! And if you tell the band to play softer so you can hear 3 trombones play "O Come All Ye Faithful" in Anderson's "A Christmas Festival", somebody's doing something wrong... :-) _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: [kl] Vol 25, Issue 2 Set it on your Leg From: "Mike Vaccaro" <mike@-----.com> Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2012 13:29:17 -0500 It seems if you are having so much trouble with your thumb it would be simpler to just set the clarinet on your leg I know that might be considered sacrilege but many clarinetists do it. If the middle B and low E sound covered you can just lift the clarinet for that note. Mike Vaccaro Hi Janice. -----Original Message----- From: klarinet-request@-----.com [mailto:klarinet-request@-----.com] Sent: Friday, March 02, 2012 9:00 AM To: klarinet@-----.com Subject: Klarinet Digest, Vol 25, Issue 2 Send Klarinet mailing list submissions to klarinet@-----.com To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit http://lists.serve-music.com/mailman/listinfo/klarinet or, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to klarinet-request@-----.com You can reach the person managing the list at klarinet-owner@-----.com When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific than "Re: Contents of Klarinet digest..." Today's Topics: 1. Rumba Thumb support (Janice Rosen) 2. Re: Rumba Thumb support (Gary Van Cott) 3. Re: Status update on my son (Garrett Fitzgerald) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2012 19:20:29 -0800 (PST) From: Janice Rosen <operanut@-----.com> Subject: [kl] Rumba Thumb support To: Clarinet List <Klarinet@-----.com> Message-ID: <1330658429.9891.YahooMailNeo@-----.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Have any of you ever tried a Rumba Thumb Support NC75170 See link: http://www.ncmedical.com/item_1284.html A friend of mine asked a sports therapist who also plays clarinet once in a while as a hobby about my problem with holding the clarinet with the right thumb and the sports therapist suggested the Rumba Thumb Support.?? Before I spend money on it, I thought I would check and see if anyone uses it.? To me it looks like a splint and would keep the right thumb completely immobile.? I don't think that is what I should be doing while playing the instrument.? Janice Rosen Washington, DC ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2012 19:57:42 -0800 From: Gary Van Cott <gary@-----.com> Subject: Re: [kl] Rumba Thumb support To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> Message-ID: <4F504536.90807@-----.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 A friend of mine uses something like this and it doesn't cause him any problems. Gary +--------------------------------------------------------------------- | Gary Van Cott - Van Cott Information Services, Inc. | Woodwind and Brass: Books, Music, CDs and More | http://www.vcisinc.com/ --> VISA MasterCard Discover AmExp <-- P.O. | Box 9569, Las Vegas, NV 89191, USA | Phone: 702-438-2102 Fax: 801-650-1719 Email: Gary@-----.com | Become a VCIS Inc Facebook fan: http://traceurl.com/rdS?r=6185&l=34 +--------------------------------------------------------------------- On 3/1/2012 7:20 PM, Janice Rosen wrote: > Have any of you ever tried a > > Rumba Thumb Support NC75170 > > See link: > > > http://www.ncmedical.com/item_1284.html > > > A friend of mine asked a sports therapist who also plays clarinet once in a while as a hobby about my problem with holding the clarinet with the right thumb and the sports therapist suggested the Rumba Thumb Support. > > Before I spend money on it, I thought I would check and see if anyone uses it. To me it looks like a splint and would keep the right thumb completely immobile. I don't think that is what I should be doing while playing the instrument. > > > Janice Rosen > Washington, DC ------------------------------ Message: 3 Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2012 08:59:19 -0500 From: Garrett Fitzgerald <sarekofvulcan@-----.com> Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son To: The Klarinet Mailing List <klarinet@-----.com> Message-ID: <CAGd8MreHRuUuR-ZJb=_E62J3ZF7gq32T2SWipu4r0YnSufxy_Q@-----.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 20:09, Bill Hausmann <bhausmann1@-----.net> wrote: > Wow! Congratulations on a job well done! (By him AND you!) > Indeed. :-) If you have to mic a saxophone, the rest of the band is TOO LOUD! And if you tell the band to play softer so you can hear 3 trombones play "O Come All Ye Faithful" in Anderson's "A Christmas Festival", somebody's doing something wrong... :-) ------------------------------ _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com End of Klarinet Digest, Vol 25, Issue 2 *************************************** _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son From: "Bill Hausmann" <bhausmann1@-----.net> Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2012 20:59:13 -0500 The last time I conducted Christmas Festival, I believe I told the trombones "You cannot make too much" of that line. Bill Hausmann If you have to mic a saxophone, the rest of the band is TOO LOUD! > -----Original Message----- > From: Garrett Fitzgerald [mailto:sarekofvulcan@-----.com] > Sent: Friday, March 02, 2012 7:59 AM > To: The Klarinet Mailing List > Subject: Re: [kl] Status update on my son > > On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 20:09, Bill Hausmann <bhausmann1@-----.net> > wrote: > > > Wow! Congratulations on a job well done! (By him AND you!) > > > > Indeed. :-) > > If you have to mic a saxophone, the rest of the band is TOO LOUD! > > > And if you tell the band to play softer so you can hear 3 trombones > play "O Come All Ye Faithful" in Anderson's "A Christmas Festival", > somebody's doing something wrong... :-) _______________________________________________ Klarinet mailing list Klarinet@-----.com To do darn near anything to your subscription, go to: http://klarinet-list.serve-music.com
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