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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000190.txt from 1998/04

From: "Shawnea Carter" <shawnea@-----.net>
Subj: Re: Copyright Subject
Date: Sun, 5 Apr 1998 14:02:08 -0400

Cindy,

I agree with you completely . . . and I do not contest the validity of th=
is
subject. It's just growing tiresome after two weeks . . . IMHO.

I meant my earlier message to be a bit humorous . . . but I guess e-mail
looses some of that ;-)

Respectfully,
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> From: C E Field <CEField@-----.com>
> To: klarinet@-----.us
> Subject: Re: Copyright Subject
> Date: Sunday, April 05, 1998 12:09 PM
>=20
> With all due respect, "clarinet playing" means playing MUSIC. With the
dearth
> of clarinet duet books in the offing, those of us who enjoy playing
publicly
> as duos, trios, or small ensembles are forced to try other things. I've
been
> the trumpet duet book, recorder duet book, etc. route and that works to
some
> extent. But expanding one's repertoire ultimately means checking into
piano
> music...more murky territory when it comes to copyright.
>=20
> Both clarinet playing and clarinet performing are equally important in =
my
> mind. For one thing, if we are to encourage a new generation of
clarinetists,
> young people need to hear clarinets played. The more venues we can find
to do
> that, the better.
>=20
> Cindy

   
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