Klarinet Archive - Posting 000684.txt from 1996/04
From: Nick Shackleton <njs5%cam.ac.uk@-----.BITNET>
Subj: Re: Workshops and summer camps
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 1996 12:57:50 -0400
I wont compare with K622 but I am FAR, FAR more interested in info about
events that I can't attend than I am in requests to signoff, test messages,
questions about whether klarinet is dead. I'm in favour of any info.
distribution that is genuinely of clarinet relevance.
>I don't know exactly who "I'm speaking" is (my system didn't capture his or
>her tag, and he or she didn't sign the message, but now I think you've got
>to take a poll. I for one know of a pair of $10,000 clarinets that were
>sold over the list. And I certainly did all I could to support the recent
>ClarinetFest at UNC. Maybe "I'm's" on the faculty somewhere where a flood
>of such brochures cross his or her desk as spring arrives. However with
>400 plus members to the list, I'm betting the vast majority have no access
>to such brochures, and although I think I've enjoyed your posts for as long
>as I've been on the List-- hence no special experiential qualifications on
>my part-- I still say there's no prescient for encouraging you not to post
>the info. In fact, although I've enjoyed it very much, I'll bet there are
>as many members who would gain from such information as there are those who
>worry over the sacredness of a particular reading of the Mozart concerto.
>Post away, I say:
>Bruce Hudson, xdpw41a@-----.com
>>I'm speaking now. No thanks, don'
>>t we get enough?
>>On Tue, 16 Apr 1996, Steve Prescott wrote:
>>> To all:
>>> Before I make a listserve error, would anyone object if I listed the
>>> dates for a summer band camp for high school students at which I'm
>>> teaching clarinet and 2 repair seminars I'm conducting (also for the
>>> Speak now or forever hold your peace.
>>> Steve Prescott
>>> Instrument Rep.Tech./Clarinetist
>>> Indiana State University