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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000428.txt from 2004/10

From: Adam Michlin <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Not really a klarinet question
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 14:29:35 -0400


Imagine this Mozart fantasy:

"I have all these letters I've written to my family. I suppose I could
donate them to a library which will safeguard them for future generations
of researchers or I could sell them to the highest bidder and scatter them
across the 4 corners of the world."


J.S. Bach did enough damage to the musicological world by hoping his sons
would come to terms by giving the parts to one son and the scores to the
other. I beg you to reconsider donation to the Grainger library as an option.

Unless, of course, you need the money, which is none of my business.


At 11:04 AM 10/15/2004 -0700, dnleeson wrote:
>I have about a dozen letters from Percy Grainger to me from the
>years 1958 until his death in the early 1960s. I suppose I could
>donate them to the Grainger library in Australia but I think I'd
>rather sell them. Except for one in which Percy congratulates me
>on my forthcoming wedding, none of them are particularly
>personal. Most have music content in one way or another. All
>are in his handwriting and each carries his rubber stamp of
>address in White Plains, NY.

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