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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000366.txt from 2005/08

From: Georg.Kuehner@-----.de
Subj: Re: [kl] Kroepsch as phrasing studies
Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2005 03:24:47 -0400

Dear Vann Joe,

Take your copy of part one of the Kroepsch Studies then play number 33!

You should know the piece!

A hint: It's by Rossini.

Try to find the next piece who is by Verdi :-)

Regards Georg

Am 20.08.2005 0:00 Uhr schrieb "Vann Joe Turner" unter
<medpen@-----.net>:

> Georg,
>
> Thanks for the response. If you could clarify just a bit what the "Diebische
> Elster" is, that'd be helpful. I did do a Google search for it, and came up
> with over 10 pages of hits. However, they were in German, and for a dozen or
> so, I had Google translate, though it wasn't very helpful: they weren't
> music sites, but theater, accounting, etc.
>
> Apparently the term is broadly used in many fields--I assume meaning Daily
> (something). I did see a SheetMusicPlus hit, for G. Rossini's "Diebische
> Elster", but I haven't heard of it, and SheetMusic doesn't offer any
> descriptions. So if you could expand a bit, I'd appreciate.
>
> Thanks!
>
> --Vann Joe
>

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