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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000541.txt from 2001/05

From: "Tony Wakefield" <tony-wakefield@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] Calling all composers
Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 04:49:57 -0400

Kathy, James, Ian,
I think this request came originally from Kathy Williams. I don`t quite
understand what James Sclater means when all he has done is to re-produce
Kathy`s post without any additional comment. It must be that he intended
one but forgot to include it.

What can I say about your post tho` Ian? Only thank you. You are indeed a
bonny cyber pal. I just might cut you in when the millions start to roll in
:<)

I have posted this sight address before, but I dare say that I will be
allowed on this occasion to repeat it for Kathy`s benefit.

http://members.scorchmusic.com/AnthonyWakefield/ will bring up my Scorch
"home page" where there are several compositions and arrangements to listen
to before deciding whether to purchase. Scorch is the publishing side of
Sibelius, the music notation software. You will of course need to download
the Scorch facility to be able to do this. Scorch let you do this free of
charge. Their URL is http://www.scorchmusic.com/ There is a suitable Scorch
price which will allow you to download only the score, for you to print out
yourself. Or you may order the hard copy printed music of "Hauntings" = £11
Stirling, incl. postage, from AW Music, 115 Village Way, Ashford, Middlesex,
TW15 2JY. U.K.

Best Wishes, and joyful searching to Kathy.

Tony W.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian Black" <clarinet1@-----.uk>
Subject: RE: [kl] Calling all composers

> James,
>
> Tony Wakefield (of this list) has written a piece called "Hauntings",
> essentially a sonata/ina for clarinet and piano. I have a copy of this
> piece, and have played through it a couple of times, and I must say that I
> like it. I've not really spent as much time on it as I would like to -
> that's a treat in store...
>
> You can have a look (unless it's no longer there) at the scorch music web
> page (scorchmusic.com if memory serves), and I'm sure that Tony would
> happily supply you with the piece if you like it. He seems to be his own
> publisher...
>
> Usual endorsement disclaimer applies. I don't profit in any way from this
> recommendation, other than by seeing this new piece more widely performed.
>
> Regards
>
> Ian
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Sclater [mailto:Sclater@-----.edu]
> Sent: 22 May 2001 20:45
> To: klarinet@-----.org
> Subject: Re: [kl] Calling all composers
>
>
> James Sclater
> Professor of Music
> Mississippi College
>
>
> >>> kwilliams@-----.uk 05/22/01 06:22AM >>>
> To all budding composers
>
> I've been shortlisted for the Park Lane Group Young Artist Series, to be
> played at the Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London, in January next
year.
> This series focusses on contemporary works, especially those composed
after
> 1975, and if anyone has a piece they would like premiered in London, the
> concert is recorded and then later broadcast on BBC3, would you please
write
> the name of the piece, duration, date of composition. If you would like
to
> write a piece, please let me know. Clarinet in A or B flat, solo or with
> piano. My proposed list has to be in by the 30th May.
>
> Regards Kathy Williams

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