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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000114.txt from 2000/04

From: "mark weinstein" <cpaok@-----.net>
Subj: [kl] Klose divided into parts, so to speak
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2000 21:34:03 -0400

It was either on this Thread or at the sneezy.net Bulletin Board where I
read that several people had actually taken apart the (full) Klose version
and took to a place like Kinko's (herein the U.S.) where they had binding
utilizing plastic spines. (GBC, IBICO, UniBind are some of the machines that
come to mind)

IMMSMR, who ever it was broke Klose up into three or four volumes. Not
terribly expensive considering these ease of turning pages, etc. I have seen
many books that were treated poorly or just didn't last and I wonder if it
has something to so with the fact that the book doesn't lend itself to
handling very well.

----- Original Message -----
From: <JMarioneau@-----.com>
Subject: Re: [kl] Klose

> You are so right about the printing of the Klose Method. Two or three
turns
> of a page and the whole page falls out. My students loose pages right and
> left. They used to print front and back on a double page then sets of
them
> together. I still have my Klose book after more than 30 years (yes, it
was
> practiced a lot so the pages did get turned quite frequently for many
> years). I wish I could contact someone at Carl Fischer about the lousy
> binding job they do now. Thanks for listening to me vent.
> James
>
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