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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000354.txt from 2000/09

From: "Rien Stein" <rstein@-----.nl>
Subj: [kl] Re: Allan Blank's "Three for Two"
Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2000 18:17:38 -0400

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Dear David

You didn't answer my question about playability for an average amateur. =
You only said

>>
lots of sharps
<<

but that should not be a problem, and

>>
very high in range in places
<<

That of course may be a problem. The highest note I can play since about =
a week is Bb3 (I had the luck David Glenn was in the Netherlands, we =
played a couple of duets together, and at least *I*, but I hope *we* had =
a great time), but maybe it is possible, to transpose those passages an =
octave down? To give you an impression of the amateur possibilities: if =
you happen to know the Concerto for clarinet and windband, that is what =
I am studying now, together with the "21 Pezzi" Bach wrote, and =
occasionnally the Uhl studies.

Rien

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