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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000518.txt from 2001/07

From: Cheryl McClure <cheryl.mcclure@-----.edu>
Subj: [kl] copyright question
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 09:38:03 -0400

This question has come up before in another situation with a choral director
arranging a popular song for her choir to perform in her school. Do bands do
this also? I am wondering how copyright makes this possible. Does anyone
know the answer to this?

CMcClure

>From: AnneLenoir@-----.net (Anne Lenoir)
>Reply-To: klarinet@-----.org

>To: klarinet@-----.org
>Subject: Re: [kl] Another musician honoured!
>Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 08:51:16 -0600 (MDT)
><snip>
> Tony, I personally enjoy arranging certain popular tunes for my
>students. Although I don't care for Celine Dion's singing at all, I have
>made a gorgeous arrangement of the TITANIC THEME, and my students love
>playing it. You've heard my arrangement. Do you really disapprove of
>teaching kids melodies of popular tunes? I even printed up my
>arrangement on cute stationery with fishes on the bottom (no dead
>bodies). Don't you think that it's possible for some teachers to be
>effective teaching both popular and classical music? At the store where
>I teach, many students are taking clarinet lessons one day, volleyball
>the next. I have rarely lost a student. I suppose I am catering to them,
>but I want them to continue and get good. I do have a beautiful picture
>of Jon Manasse in my studio, and I play his CD's all the time for my
>kids. I personally don't play any Kenny G for my saxophone students. His
>picture is not allowed in my studio. ANNIE
>

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