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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001152.txt from 1999/01

From: "Paulette W. Gulakowski" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] HELP!
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1999 22:03:22 -0500

Why? - actually, I think he may have been teasing a little (she says,
hopefully). There was an attempt to get a marching band list going but
it's sort of fizzled because (I think) the season has wound down - or
maybe there wasn't enough interest. (Mark, is it still available?)

Your HS band experience is similar to what happens at several competing
schools in our area. Our district is under court mandate to accept all
students ("No Cut" policy) - whether they play an instrument or not.
Making someone an alternate is an acceptable non-cut. They still get all
the experience etc . In actuality, non players are often handed a pair
of cymbals and given a spot on the field! They still have to work,
though - HARD!

Woodshedding works well for memorizing...

On Fri, 22 Jan 1999 20:15:11 -0600 Vicki Coffman <>
>> There would be nothing worse than getting another marching band
>> going . . . .
>Why? (Real question....)
>> . . . . But I have never heard of a band director who didn't want to
>put as
>> many people of the field as possible.
>I have. My high school marching band (yea, many years ago....)
>was cut to 64 in my sophomore year, by the new band director who
>went on to take the school to years and years of sweepstakes.
>> Its not like it was a concert hall
>> where you could actually hear the clarinets.
>Excuse me....! You could in ours, I assure you. (It's been a
>long time, but I'm sentimental--please forgive me!)
>> That means that he is going to have two
>> people
>> learn one spot and the person that can do it best, gets the spot.
>Bless your heart, and best of luck... (On the other hand, I
>hope that luck has nothing to do with it!)
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