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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000142.txt from 1999/06

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Subj: Re(2): [kl] Finzi's 5 Bagatelles and Concerto
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 05:17:03 -0400

>Michael Bryant [99/05/25 19:35]:
>I am sorry there is no answer to this question
>which is a bit like asking why lieder is small scale
>and symphonies are large.
>As it happens the Five Bagatelles were written for Pauline Juler
>who stopped playing when she married
>and the Concerto was written with the
>technical help of a school boy, Stephen Trier,
>who happened to played the clarinet and lived
>in the next village to Finzi's.

Thank you very much for your response.
I took the liberty of translating your message
into Japanese, and shared it with some clarinet
lovers in Japan.

I happened to find a "master class" article on
the Five Bagatelles written by David Campbell
in the latest issue of The Clarinet of the
International Clarinet Association.

Your reply has helped me understanding the

In Tokyo, it is relatively easy to find and purchase
Finzi's 5 Bagatelles and Concerto. Many clarinet
lovers know the Bagatelles because AKASKA Tatsuzo
, one of the most popular clarinetists here, recorded
them last year. I find you contributed to the liner note
of the CD.
fujimoto takushi

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