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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001679.txt from 1998/04

From: Shouryu Nohe <>
Subj: Re: [kl] How about some fun? (Ticheli)
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 1998 13:54:36 -0400

On Wed, 29 Apr 1998, Sally A Braun wrote:
> As of recently, my favorite ensemble piece to play is Ticelli's "Blue
> Shades"
> 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.


*Cartman MODE on*
*Cartman MODE off*

The New Mexico State Univ. Symphonic Winds will be performing this work on
Tuesday - truly a fantastic work. A good piece for clarinetists in
general, and bass clarinetists as well...but me...well...

I get to play the BBb Monsterbass part. BWAHAHAHAHAHAAA!

Not by any means a hard part, but when I nail the low Es and Ebs in the
'Dirty' section at fortissimo, I get to start small earthquakes. (Is it
any surprise that I'm the only one looney enough to VOLUNTEER to play the

But yeah...good piece. Not my favorite, but it's up there. (Molly is
still my favorite piece by far.)

Shouryu Nohe
Professor of SCSM102, New Mexico State Univ.; ICQ 6771552
Coffee Drinker, Musician, Otaku, Jesus Freak, Admirer of Women
(Not necessarily in that order)
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fault?" - Sohryuu Asuka
"Well, uh-" - Ikari Shinji
"Apologies are your conditioned reflex to ANY kind of confrontation,
aren't they, Shinji?! Don't you have any spine at ALL?!"
"I'm sorry."
"There you go AGAIN!"

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