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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000057.txt from 2003/10

Subj: [kl] Re:The Zukovsky Recording of the Mozart Concerto is up now
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2003 22:28:43 -0400

In a message dated 10/3/2003 7:01:41 PM Pacific Daylight Time, writes:

<< is the site for Michele Zukovsky's
(Principal Los Angeles Philharmonic) live performance of Mozart's
Clarinet Concerto. The CD is $7.99 right now and there are other
tracks on it as well.>>


Why must I "register for free" to hear selections from Michele's recording?
I'm very skeptical of any site that asks for personal information and does not
tell me what it will be used for. There is absolutely ZERO information
regarding the recording itself. When was it recorded? Was it really recorded with
the LA Philharmonic? Where was it recorded? When was it recorded? She just
performed it at the Hollywood Bowl this summer and who wants ANY recording
done there? Was Michele using her Wurlitzer horns or is this a high school
recording when she was still playing on French instruments? The site talks about
her dad Kalman. I know he makes one hell of a blintz, but what the hell is
his role on the recording (his name appears on the Website)? And who wants a
recording with only one movement of the Brahms Quintet, et. al.?

Sorry to be so skeptical. What am I missing?

Don Gross
La Canada, California

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