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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000459.txt from 1999/06

From: "Michael Bryant" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Thea King's Mendelssohn arrangement
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 1999 04:03:18 -0400

I wondered if this message was from John Gates of the Montagnana Trio?
If so, where to find the cl-vc-pf version of the Rameau pieces de clavecin

To clear up any misunderstanding, Chuck emailed me direct and I replied
directly in a little more detail. This arrangement is not by Thea but by
Graham Sheen and was published first by Park Publications (Graham Sheen, 49
Lewisham Park, London SE13 6QZ ) - no longer trading - and then by Edwin F
Kalmus in Florida at Boca Raton or Miami The recording by the winds of the
English Chamber Orchestra was first ssued on LP (EMI CFP 4555 (1984) and its
notes (by Graham Sheen) cite Sheen as arranger in 3 other works in the
programme by Mozart, Schubert and Debussy also published by Kalmus, alone
with many other notable Sheen arrangements. Julian Farrell is the basset
hornist and Thea clarinet. Other personnel: William Bennett (fl-not in
Op114), Neil Black, James Brown (ob), Graham Sheen, Ian Cuthill (bn),
Anthony Halstead, Christian Rutherford (hn).

John Gates wrote [14 June 1999 19:15 Mendelssohn Op 114 arrangement

>Why don't you email Julian Farrell who played Basset Horn on that
>his email is:
>He would probably know. Tell him you got his email address from John
>Good Luck
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Michael Bryant <>
>To: <>
>Sent: Saturday, June 12, 1999 2:37 PM
>Subject: Re: [kl] Thea King's Mendelssohn arrangement
>> Arrangement by Graham Sheen
>> Published by Edwin F Kalmus
>> Miami or Boca Raton, Florida
>> MB
>> chuck wrote [12 June 1999 21:25 Mendelssohn arrangement]
>> >Does anyone know how to go about obtaining the score and parts to
>> >Thea King's arrangement of the Mendelssohn Concertpiece, Op. 114, with
>> >"harmonie" wind accompaniment? She recorded them on EMI (#4120531), and
>> >it sounds interesting. Not sure if she actually did the arranging, but
>> >she would certainly know how to get the parts; I have no idea how to
>> >contact her.
>> >
>> >Thanks,
>> >
>> >Chuck
>> >

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