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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001673.txt from 1998/04

From: Sally A Braun <>
Subj: Re: [kl] How about some fun?
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 1998 09:51:29 -0400

As of recently, my favorite ensemble piece to play is Ticelli's "Blue
I am presently a member of the University of Nebraska Wind Esemble (bass
clarinet) and we recently performed in Pheonix for the National MENC
convention. "Blue Shades" was on our first program.


Sally A. Braun

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On Tue, 28 Apr 1998, Mark Bradley wrote:

> Hello to everyone.
> I have noticed the recent heated debate about plastic vs. clarinet vs.
> metal vs. greenline. Then hearing about other newsgroups like the horn
> groups, etc, I found that they are doing practical jokes (ever think of
> putting plastic wrap in a clarinet barrel?). I know that all
> clarinetists have a sense of humor, in what little experience I have
> even I know that.
> What I was wondering, is what is everyone's favorite piece to play. My
> personal favorite is "The Hounds of Spring" by Alfred Reed. I played
> second clarinet on this piece last year and I really loved it.
> Unfortunately it is a little bit over the heads of our high school band
> (I played it at area All-State). Not only is it my favorite to play but
> also to listen to.
> To Mitch Bassman regarding your quip about the iron-on clarinet. That
> comment really personified the discussion of this newsgroup lately, and
> how silly it has gotten. It's an important issue, but one that we will
> never ever agree on! (the iron-on would probably work best on plastic,
> anyways)
> --
> Mark A. Bradley
> --------------------------------------
> How many clarinetists does it take to change a lightbulb?
> Only one, but he'll go through a whole box of bulbs before he finds just
> the right one.
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