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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000174.txt from 2000/04

From: alevin@-----. Levin)
Subj: Re: [kl] Puccini Opera Clarinet parts
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2000 11:04:06 -0400

Aren't we becoming awfully formalistic for an informal web site? If the
relationship were student-tutor, I wouldn't have a problem with the
formality. In the context of this site it just seems pompous. Besides, we
are only talking about the background of music, not making it, so we are
several steps removed from meaningful work, anyway.

Allen Levin (whose degree is in just "music" rather than something
profitable)

At 10:30 AM 4/4/00 +0800, you wrote:
>David, (and Kathleen)
>That is exactly how I felt about Kathleen's original post. Clearly put.
>
>Karel.
>
>
>"David S. Naden" wrote:
>
>> In light of your clarification, and Karel's second post on this subject, I
>> would
>> like to clarify the hardline stance that I sometimes take. Karel's second
>> post was
>> right on target when he suggested that that Kathleen describe her
>> conclusions and invite
>> discussion. My position is similar. I like to see list members ask a
>> question based on
>> what they found so that the basic question is something like "list members,
>> this is what I
>> found about _________(topic). What do you think?" When questions are put
>> in that type of
>> format, it indicates to me that he/she has done the research, but is asking
>> for something
>> beyond. To me, it's the difference between the handout as opposed to a
>> hand.
>>
>> David S. Naden, MMus
>> Cal State University Los Angeles
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: KDL123@-----.com]
>> Sent: Monday, April 03, 2000 4:03 AM
>> To: klarinet@-----.org
>> Subject: Re: [kl] Puccini Opera Clarinet parts
>>
>> I am well aware of all the resource materials out there. I have already
>> utilized them, mulled them over, and have drawn my OWN conclusions
(GASP)! I
>> was only mearly asking for another set of opinions, I had no idea I was
>> about
>> to open a can of worms. Perhaps I should have, instead of saying I was
>> working on a paper, just said I was wondering. But that would have been
>> devious, correct? I just wanted to ease the lists worries of the
educational
>> system doing a tremendous injustice. Rest easy fellow clarinetists, all is
>> not lost in university education, they still ARE teaching us how to
reseach.
>>
>> Kathleen LeBlanc
>>
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