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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000459.txt from 1996/04

From: Jacqueline G Eastwood <eastwooj@-----.EDU>
Subj: Re: Rabaud Solo de Concours
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 1996 14:09:04 -0400

Hi, Dan,

Practically speaking, the Rabaud has been arranged for clarinet and
concert band, and is a wonderful vehicle in this format since the band
parts aren't TOO hard. I got to play it with my high school band (back
in the Dark Ages) and it went pretty well, which is saying a LOT for my
high school band!

Jacqueline Eastwood
University of Arizona/Arizona Opera Orchestra
eastwooj@-----.edu

On Sun, 14 Apr 1996, Daniel A.
Paprocki wrote:

> I just had a student bring in the Rabaud. Since I wasn't familiar with
> this work, I pulled out my copy and looked it over the day before the
> lesson. To me, it seemed like a nice interesting piece - I feel there are
> better Solo de Concours pieces. Check out the Bonade book "16 Grands Solo
> de Concert". The Rabaud doesn't come close to the Messager or even the
> D'Ollone Fantasy Orientale - my opinion only.
> Also, check out the Stubbins' Recital Literature ofr the Clarinet
> book 1 and the recently re-released book 2 for more Solo de Concours type
> pieces.
>
> Dan
>
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>
> Daniel A. Paprocki
> dap@-----.us
>
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