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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000533.txt from 2003/06

From: "Blake Arrington" <klarinetteman@-----.com>
Subj: [kl] Boufil vs. Bouffil vs. Bouffill
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 19:00:34 -0400

Dear List,

I am currently taking Dr. James Gillespie's Clarinet Chamber Music class at
UNT. We've come across a question that I hope some of you will be able to
answer. Has the name Boufil been misspelled, or are there more than one?
Pamela Weston lists Jacques Jules Boufil. Drushler's "The Clarinet: It's
Evolution, Literature, and Artists lists Composer Boufil and later in his
Classic Chamber Literature list he mentions trios written by Bouffil.
Is this just a misprint? I have also noticed in a few of his published
duets, the name is spelled Bouffil on one and Boufil on the trios.

Any help would be appreciated,

J. Blake Arrington
Graduate Student--University of North Texas
Principal Clarinet--Opera in the Ozarks
Principal Bass & Eb Clarinet--Irving Symphony Orchestra

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