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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000135.txt from 2005/12

From: "danyel" <rab@-----.de>
Subj: Re: [kl] Beethoven's Birthday!
Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 22:24:56 -0500

Really, sometimes I don't know what kind of abysmal humour to reckon with on
this list.
Anyhow, the crucial thing is, Beethoven never filled any CD. If he did that
today, it would render him a great composer.
By your peculiar standards, however, Teleman has outcomposed 3 Bachs by
something like 250 CDs (=5500 singles, 411 reel to reel tapes at 19.5"/sec.
or 57 large clay tablets with cuneiform notation). While (J.S.) Bach did not
write for clarinet, Teleman would probably be held in much higher esteem if
he had composed nothing BUT his Methodical Sonata for tenor chalumeau.

Best,
danyel

(BTW: Mike, does your first sentence imply you witnessed B.'s resurrection
today?)

----- Original Message -----
From: "mlmarmer" <mlmarmer@-----.com>
To: "Clarinet List" <klarinet@-----.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 2:20 AM

> Let us not forget, that today, in 1770, one of the greatest composer of
all
> time was born today.
>
> Ludwig Beethoven, who has enough material to fill 144 CD's! I don't think
> the Beatles or the Rolling Stones can say that. O:)!
>
> But then they never wrote anything for the clarinet like Mr. Beethoven
did.
>
> Mike Marmer
>

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