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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000290.txt from 2002/06

From: w7wright@-----.net (William Wright)
Subj: Re: [kl] A (musical?) game
Date: Sat, 8 Jun 2002 21:28:37 -0400

<><> Neil=A0Leupold wrote:
If you wanted to go forward with my contribution, it would be assumed
that we're in concert pitch, but let's just assume I decided to be a
dork and yell "Fish Peanut!" right out of the gate.

Nope. I want to play. (If you knew what I had to do this afternoon,
you'd understand why.) If you don't want to play.... well, then I will
send Guido to your house this evening to give you the necessary
encouragement.

I'm looking at a duet score with the Bb clarinet part written in two
sharps, and the piano part written in C major.

4/4 time. 1/4-note @-----. You decide the
piano. The composition's title is "Bill and Neil Get Serious Online".

The piano starts out with (as you already posted) 1/2-note D ---
henceforth written as "D/2" --- on the 3rd line of the bass clef, and
D/2 on the space below the first line of the treble clef, and the
remainder of the D major chord (F#/2 and A/2) stacked above that.

The clarinet starts out with C4 F/16 G/16 B/16 C/16 D/4 E/4 in measure
1, and E/2 in measure 2.

It's your turn to finish measure 1 for the piano, and to continue
measure 2 as you deem appropriate.

(Now where did I write Guido's phone number? I knew I'd need it
someday....)

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