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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001442.txt from 1998/03

From: "Martin" <dmartin@-----.NET>
Subj: RE: Sabine Meyer and "A Night at the Opera"
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 1998 21:25:15 -0500

Impressive indeed! I agree with you completely Mr. Leeson(or should I call
you Dan?). I happened to come across the exact same cd a few years ago. I
bought it and I sure am glad I did. I listen too it constantly even years
later because she sounds so incredible. I particularly like her rendition
of the Rossini Intro, Theme, and Variations. I recommend anyone that
doesn't have this cd try to get it-it's definitely worth the $. Just my
personal opinion:)

Garrett Martin
Fairbanks, Alaska
dmartin@-----.net

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>I don't buy many records because I listen to them once >and then
>rarely again. But I happened to be in a record store >and they had
>a big section of clarinet soloists so I was poking >around it it
>can came across a recording of Meyer playing a variety >of works,
>several of them with no operatic connections >whatsoever, under
>the generic title "A Night at the Opera."

>Very, very impressive!

>The recording contains:

1. Rigoletto fantasy
2. Dies Bildnis aria from Magic Flute
3. Danzi's variations on La ci darem la mano from >Don Giovanni
4. Weber's Leise, leise from Freischutz
5. Weber's Op 33 theme and variations
6. Rossini's Una voce poco fa from Barber of Seville
7. Rossini's Into, Theme, and Variations

>Orchestral accompaniment by the Zurich opera orchestra >conducted
>by Franz Welser-Most.

>She certainly plays magnificently.

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Dan Leeson, Los Altos, California
Rosanne Leeson, Los Altos, California
leeson@-----.edu
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