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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000440.txt from 2003/06

From: "James Hobby" <jhobby@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] Music for Cl. & Percussion
Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2003 00:46:19 -0400

Interesting. When I was in undergrad., the pianist was provided by the
department; sometimes students, sometimes faculty -- I assume depending on
the complexity of the piano music. My junior recital, the head of the
theory department accompanied me. My senior recital, I had the very good
luck to have the head of the keyboard department. Both were brilliant
pianists. (I didn't fare as well during freshman & sophomore year. I had
student accompanists who were adequate, but not great.) I know one student
who played the Mozart quintet. The strings received credit for their work
but no money -- and they worked hard, particularly since they normally
played in the orchestra and not in small ensembles together.

Is it now common practice for the recitalist to pay for the accompanist? My
experience has been a long time ago, you realize.<g>

Jim Hobby

>From: "Daniel Stover" <kasparguy@-----.com>
>
>For my spring recital, I'm planning an all chamber music
>program (largely because my pianist is expensive and i couldn't afford to
>pay him plus other musicians) .

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