Klarinet Archive - Posting 000961.txt from 1997/09
From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.com>
Subj: Young People's Area on Sneezy
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 1997 23:59:51 -0400
I've been asked by a few "young" people (9-16 years old
or so) to start an area on sneezy.mika.com where they could
find information written in a manner a bit easier to digest
than what we normally write on Klarinet or what I've reprinted
on Sneezy. A young lady in England has written one short article
that I'm editing a bit, telling others her age how to tune a
clarinet, how to sit, and how to put the mouthpiece in your
mouth. She's done an excellent job, and I'll have it up shortly.
She had written to me saying that the articles were too technical,
and she was wondering what some of the words meant. I told her if
she looked them up & wrote me an article, I'd publish it.
If any of the teachers on the Klarinet list have students who
would like seeing any of their research published on the Web
(or possibly you could use this as an inducement to get your
students to do a bit of research), please drop me a line or have
your students e-mail me directly.
I'd really like to have a section on sneezy for the "younger"
player, and use that to encourage them in their studies and
Mark Charette "How can you be in two places at once
charette@-----.com when you're not anywhere at all?"
http://sneezy.mika.com/clarinet - Firesign Theater