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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000162.txt from 2001/07

From: walter mamlok <wmamlok@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] What's on your stand?
Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2001 21:40:10 -0400

This is a lot of fun to read. I might as well add my two cents worth;

I actually practice in two places, the basement and the family room so I
have two stands.

On one is Rubanks "Classical Studies" for Clarinet, Tom Ridenours' The
Educator's Guide to the Clarinet, Keith Steins' The Art of Playing Clarinet,
Kell Staccato Studies, and a binder of klezmer transcriptions for an
upcoming concert in August.

In the basement I've got Tom Ridenours' Clarinet Fingerings, Kroepsch 416
prog. daily studies, Victor Polatschek Advanced Studies for the Clarinet,
Oppermans' Modern Daily Studies for the Clarinet, Rose Forty Studies Bk 2,
Telemann 6 Canonic Sonatas, Joel Rubins' "Mazltov", and finally a binder of
my own transcriptions of Klezmer Clarinet solos divided by the performers:
Beckerman, Brandwein, Epstein, and Tarras.

Walter Mamlok

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