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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000468.txt from 2003/06

From: "Mitch ..." <fusheyumang@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] My first Chamber Music Party
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 23:44:33 -0400

i have not been to a chamber music party, but when i was touring the usa and
canada, we had a big brunch (about 50-60 of us) and then went out onto the
street (it was a coul de sac) and had a massive jam session for a few hours.
It was awesome fun, and we played jazz tunes and took turns in solos and
trading fourths etc. It was an awesome way to get to know people.

Mitch

From: "Patricia A. Smith" <patricia@-----.net>
Subject: Re: [kl] My first Chamber Music Party
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 22:27:20 -0400

Stacy-Michelle wrote:

>Everyone brought a dish and we played chamber music for a few hours. We had
>an audience that was attentive and supportive. There were a couple of
>violas, french horns, two clarinetists, a pianist, 3 violinists, 2
>bassoonists, and a bassist. We read the Shubert Octect, Beethoven Septet,
>The Neilsen Serenata in Vano, Haydn Divertimento, a few Mozart viola duets,
>Mozart Horn Quintet, and Duke Ellington's "Heaven" for Basson and string
>quartet. It was a lot of fun and got to network with other musicians in
>the area.
>
Though I've never done this, I think that THIS kind of party is one I'd
DEFINITELY attend! This sounds like a LOT of fun, and, as you said, lots of
opportunity to network and meet new contacts. Glad you got to do this!

Patricia Smith

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