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Skriven 2006-03-27 00:01:02 av James Bradley (1:134/77.0)
     Kommentar till en text av Ardith Hinton
Ärende: Music...  1.
====================
Ardith Hinton wrote James Bradley on 03-25-06 16:20

 AH>  And then there's the clarinet player with the dictionary
 AH>  in her purse

 JB>  I would first suspect a viola, or violinist, but I guess
 JB>  in a pinch... <L>


 AH>           Yes, I see what you mean!  Perhaps
 AH> it's time to post a message I was holding in
 AH> reserve because you seemed to need a break from
 AH> all the stuff about temperament.  In the

Hell no! You just found me in another one of those transition periods. Just
today, I stuck both feet into changing the spare bedroom over from a single, to
a queen sized bed. I had been ramping this project up for some weeks now, and
I've got at least a few more weeks of work before I can let it rest. As such,
I've only been pestering one person on Fido, and I've marked your unanswered
messages as 'unread'. Now, I have so many mail packages in queue, and I
neglected to notate which one contains your posts. I'm hoping to browse the
message area, so I can download the works to catch up. 

I don't recall telling you anything about my doings, so I'll just blurt forth,
and try not to marry Mary, 'cause the black sheep... Er, ah... I purchased
another lot of scratch and dent furniture. This one included a brand new
headboard, of which is now in my spare room. I didn't find any scratches, or
dents on it until I threw it in my window just days ago. (READ: *I* put every
scratch and dent on it.) I did some of the heavy lifting myself in small doses,
*widly* interspersed. As such, I've been in a bit of a fog again.

 AH> Hoffnung cartoon I referred to there, the
 AH> clarinet player is male & is carrying a
 AH> dictionary in his pocket.  In another of my
 AH> favourites the English horn is laying an egg as
 AH> the player blows into the other end.  :-)



 JB>  Never the oboe. I've heard their craniums shake with
 JB>  the lower registers.


 AH>           I took oboe lessons for a year, so I
 AH> think I'm qualified to poke fun at oboe players
 AH> too!  Many oboe players seem to be quite
 AH> unconventional... and the common wisdom has it
 AH> that the back pressure affects the brain.  While
 AH> they do tend to "march to a different drummer",
 AH> however, I can relate... [chuckle].



 JB>  While everyone was blaming their hang-nails, and new
 JB>  cream-rinse...


 AH>           Old saying... the poor workman blames
 AH> his tools.  :-)



 JB>  While practicing trap, (That's the hip name for drum
 JB>  set work.)


 AH>           I remember that, now that you mention
 AH> it....  8-)



 JB>  I was asked to 'perform' for company.


 AH>           Blechh.  I wouldn't do it.  I don't
 AH> audition either....  :-)



 JB>  "Don't you know how to play Marry Had A Little Lamb?"
 AH>                                  |"Mary", i.e.
 AH> unless s/he was into some
 AH>                                   perversion I
 AH> don't know about....  ;-)

 JB>  I'm still at a loss for a drum set score for the nursery
 JB>  rhyme. Years later, I worked up a solo introduction based
 JB>  on Warner Brothers cartoon theme music, performed on traps.


 AH>           Oh, very clever!  And why not??  These
 AH> cartoons have popular appeal, which is exactly
 AH> what's needed in such a situation... [chuckle].

 AH>           I'm reminded of the occasion when a
 AH> primary teacher asked me to play THE MARCH OF
 AH> THE THREE KINGS as background music for her
 AH> class contribution to the school Christmas
 AH> pageant. (No sweat.  I could hide in the wings,
 AH> which is where I like to be whenever I can't
 AH> hide in the orchestra pit.  If you haven't
 AH> already guessed... I'm an introvert.  I can read
 AH> anything, and I find it quite funny how
 AH> classical musicians panic at the sight of a
 AH> piece of music they have never heard before.
 AH> But as to memorizing or improvising... that's
 AH> where other folks get a chance to laugh at me!)
 AH> The teacher then asked if I'd pay a visit to her
 AH> class & show the students the clarinet.  (Sure,
 AH> I'd be glad to.)  After I'd arrived, however,
 AH> she asked if I could play something else for the
 AH> kids... and there I was with no score. (Oops!!)
 AH> I did manage to play TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR
 AH> by ear, with all the right notes.  That's about
 AH> my limit....  :-))



 JB>  Of all things, I imagine not holding a melody line an
 JB>  asset. <ROTF>


 AH>           Yes, I can see why!  I do know the
 AH> second clarinet part for the Bray arrangement of
 AH> GOD SAVE THE QUEEN by memory.  But it's boring,
 AH> especially when the other parts aren't there.  I
 AH> can play only one note at a time.  You, OTOH,
 AH> probably have all the makings of a one- man band
 AH> except for the harmonica.  ;-)




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 AH>  * Origin: Wits' End, Vancouver CANADA
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