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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000899.txt from 1997/09

From: SusiPontow@-----.com
Subj: Re: Well, here we go again
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 1997 10:16:42 -0400

In a message dated 97-09-07 11:58:17 EDT, Dan Leeson writes:

<< So it is natural that when the question arises about the necessity
to learn to transpose (a requirement that I fully recognize),
the KLARINET equivalent of the ACLU is off doing something else
and does not have an opportunity to remind everyone that
clarinet substitution is an abbertation, often done without
consideration of the consequences involved, demonstrable of
a monumental arrogance on the part of clarinet players who
do not give sufficient consideration to their actions, and,
finally, not what was asked of the performer by the composer. >>

Dan,

I completely agree with your post. During college I had the unpleasant
experience of sitting next to a girl in orchestra who was a couple years
younger than me, and had just this sort of arrogance. I'm so happy to be out
of that situation now. And your post has been a slap on my face this
morning, telling me to get moving to create enough income so that I may
purchase the C, Eb, bass.......

Thank you for your post.

:)
Susan
SusiPontow@-----.com

   
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