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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000730.txt from 2002/05

From: Tony@-----.uk (Tony Pay)
Subj: Re: [kl] Sibelius clarinet in C??
Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 18:51:19 -0400

On Mon, 27 May 2002 15:37:55 -0700, leeson0@-----.net said:

> Tony wrote:
>
> I'm at present entering the C clarinet parts into Sibelius, because
> the editor helpfully provided only parts transposed for Bb clarinet.
> (I could transpose on the fly without too much difficulty, but somehow
> it seems more *honourable* to produce proper parts. When I've done
> it, anyone here who wants is welcome to a pair of C clarinet parts.
>
> DNL asks:
>
> What work is this Tony? I was not aware that Sibelius had written
> parts for C, but that is because I rarely had an opporunity to play
> S's music. The only one I did was symphony 7 (a terrific piece) and
> doubled 1st on symphony 5 to give the principle player a rest.

'Sibelius' is a music notation program. I'm entering the C clarinet
parts of Beethoven 7 arrangement so as to be able to print them out
nicely.

> As for the Beethoven 7 being a screamer, it is a loud piece from front
> door to last, so hang on to your lip.

No, the last movement is mostly quite loud, but the other movements have
substantial stretches of quiet music.

Tony
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