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 Re: Copland Cadenza Interpretation?
Author: Ed Palanker 2017
Date:   2008-10-07 19:34

Tony, I think you are reading my statements through too narrow window. Just because I, or others, teach and stress good sound, and keep in mind that I’ve already stated in previous posts, that doesn’t mean they have to sound like me, that we don’t teach to the music as well. Of course I teach a student, and play myself, a variation of style and sound when the music calls for it. No, I won’t do or teach something that I don’t like or think is wrong just for the sake of variation. As I said, I teach a good sound because a student in America can not get a good job without having a good sound, but I also try to teach them to be good musicians and that includes just about everything. Please don’t pick out one aspect of something I, or others say, and make it sound like that’s the only thing we do or teach. In this case, Copland said what he said, that doesn’t mean he, or me, is suggestion that it be played in any old way that we want, there is such a thing as good taste and being musical and I’ve already pointed that out in one of my earlier posts. That was the whole point of my answer in the first place. Let’s not stretch every point that someone makes. You don’t know my teaching style just because I’ve made some points trying to help out other people when they request an answer. I tell them what I do or my opinion and hope it helps them and from the e-mails I often receive I think I’ve been very successful. ESP

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