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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000048.txt from 2003/06

From: "Anthony Wakefield" <>
Subj: [kl] Legalities v Illegalities in photocopying, and the like.
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 04:49:00 -0400

Matthew Lloyd states,

> I suppose in practice the key test would be whether you have done
> something that would, had you not done it, resulted in an extra sale for
> the publisher. ##So if you are the type that wants a pristine copy in your
> archive PLUS a working copy you should buy two.##

##To buy two of everything is laughable. It would even be laughable in
chambers. If a publisher prosecuted for the 'offence?' of necessitating
butchering a poorly produced sheet music copy to facilitate ease of
performance, a judge would throw this out.## Try me - - - -

Tony W.

"Anyone who takes up the clarinet is most definitely NOT a criminal! But Eb
clarinet? - now that is something different :<) "
Someone mentioned the tiny Sopranino clarinet. I think this is pitched in
Ab? I`ve seen a Leblanc on display in Bill Lewington`s many years ago, but I
have only just realised that I`ve never heard one played. Is there any
repertoire - has anyone ever written for it?

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