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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000778.txt from 1996/04

From: Belanger Steven D <3sdb4@-----.CA>
Subj: Re: Midi and stuff
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 1996 13:22:55 -0400

Hey Benjamin!
These are my suggestions:

All of the pieces for clarinet and tape that I know of have been composed
by the faculty here. As far as I know, these are available through the
Canadian Music Centre in Toronto. (e-mail me for the address)
There's _Nautilus_ by David Keane, as well as _Rhapsopdy_ by Kristi
Allik. The Keane is more "traditional* (no special effects), while the
Allik piece makes use of glissandi, mulitphonics, flutter tonguing,
etc. These are both for clarinet and DAT.
Oh yeah. There's always Steve Reich's _New York Counterpoint_. I heard
the solo version (with tape) live with Stoltzman.

I hope these suggestions are helpful.

Steven Belanger
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
3sdb4@-----.ca

On Thu, 25 Apr 1996, Benjamin Maas wrote:

> I have a favor to ask all of you in Klarinet land. Right now I am in the
> process of tr ying to plan a senior recital. On this recital, I would like
> to do a piece fro either clarinet and tape or clarinet and live electronics.
> I currently own a DAT machine, a multi-effects unit and some other stuff and
> got to a music school with a lot that could be available to me too. Does
> anybody know of good pieces for these combos, and what the equipment
> reqquirements would be? Any help would be appreciated and you can reply to
> either the list or my address (listed below in my sig).
>
> Thanks in advance!!!
>
> Ben Maas
>
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> *Student, Eastman School of Music * a slant: everything loose rolls *
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