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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000679.txt from 2004/08

From: Audrey Travis <>
Subj: Re: [kl] For Annie Lenoir
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 21:49:18 -0400

Dear Annie

I'm very sorry to hear about your accident and that you're in such pain.
Get well very soon! Thanks for your brief explanation. I look forward to
the full length version.

Take good care of yourself, and don't try to do much with your wrist too

Best wishes for a speedy recovery


Anne Lenoir wrote:

> Dear Audrey, Last Friday night I fell down and fractured my right wrist
> and am in a lot of pain. I will explain it and send you a copy as soon
> as I feel better. It is basically "do-re-mi-fa-sol-fa-mi-re do sol
> do" played repetively, going around the circle of fourths, played on the
> lowest notes of the clarinet going from the key of C to F to Bb to Eb to
> Ab to Db to F# to B to E to A to D to G.
> In our school district, all 7th and 8th graders are requirred to
> stand up and play all of their scales in front of the band. They are
> assigned in the same order as I listed. I found that my students
> benefitted from learning the little 5 note segments, because it gave
> them a chance to "work out" many of the fingerings found in the full
> lenth version of scales in a fun, repetitive manner. I call it "Mommy
> made me mash my M & M's they're smashed". Later I tell them that M & M
> also means "Master & Memorize"
> Back to lay down. ANNIE

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