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Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 16:41:32 -0600 (EST)
From: Jean <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Contrabass clarinet question
I would think the metal would be more shrill. A sound you want to avoid.
On Sun, 14 Feb 1999 CoolStu67@aol.com wrote:
> Hello folks, after playing a straight Leblanc contrabass for the very first
> time, I have been inspired me to buy one myself. I'm looking at the Vito,
> since it is about $3000 less :) Since the Leblanc is metal, and the Vito is of
> course plastic, will the sound be much different?
From: "monica fucci" <email@example.com>
Subject: Contrabassoon concerti and Poulenc works
Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 17:31:20 -0300
Anybody know if it is possible to obtain copies of these works?:
Schmitbach, Carl Ferdinand: Concertino in F major for contra and string orch.(prob. ed. Hannover, 1840) and Schmitbach, Carl F. Concert Piece in B flat major for contrabassoon and small orch. (1832, private ed. Hannover, 1835).
Besides, I need information about the editors of:
Poulenc: Two Marches and Intermezzo for winds
Poulenc: Le Bal Masque for voice and instr.
Poulenc: Le Bestiaire for voice and instr.
Poulenc: Villanelle for pipe and piano.
Thanks. Monica Fucci.
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