Klarinet Archive - Posting 001100.txt from 1997/09
From: David Frank <dave81477@-----.net>
Subj: Re: 3 Questions
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 1997 01:48:24 -0400
I can answer some of your questions as I searched hard to find Wm. Thomas
McKinley's Sonata for Clarinet and Piano as well. I eventually made contact
with him directly........he runs the Master Musicians Collective in Reading,
MA. They have a web site, and you can email him from that. His Sonata is
listed as published by him, but it's apparently only available through him.
He did graciously sent me a copy, however after a number a sales pitches to
record with his organization. He's quite a character, beware. I find the
Sonata rather awkward and angular, however the Largo third movement is one
of the most beautiful and well written pieces of music I've ever played!
David Frank, Seattle
From: fgarcia@-----.edu (Frank Garcia)
Subject: 3 Questions
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 97 05:18:04 +0000
Here's my short, question-packed message.
1. Does anyone know where William Thomas McKinley is teaching these days?
2. Does anyone know the publisher of his Sonata for cl. and pf (as recorded
by Stoltzman on his Amber Waves cd)?
3. Does anyone know the publisher of Alan Schulman's Rendezvous (as
recorded by Stoltzman on his Rendezvous cd)? Thanks in advance for your