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Re: Harry Potter track 2: the Jurassic Park wannabe
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• Posted by: Pawel Stroinski   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, August 8, 2002, at 11:10 a.m.
• IP Address: pc27.pi.tpsa.pl
• In Response to: Re: Harry Potter track 2: the Jurassic Park wa... (Dan Sartori)

> You are the type of person, MSM, that I have a very difficult time
> respecting, and your comment only helps to reinforce that. I will give you
> my musical credentials so you can decide for yourself whether or not this
> is the first time I've listened to music in my life. I am a 19 year old
> college freshman who has been studying the trombone for 8 years. I am a
> music education major at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Although
> trombone is my primary instrument, I am also a drummer, euphoniumist,
> pianist, singer, and aspiring guitarist, as well as a songwriter and
> soundtrack enthusiast. I have been a member of the 2000 Wisconsin State
> Music Association High School State Honors Band, 2000 Wisconsin National
> Band Association All-State Band, and the prestigious Milwaukee Youth
> Symphony Orchestra, where I held the principal trombonist position in
> Junior Winds Ensemble (1997-98), Philharmonia (1998-99), and Senior
> Symphony (1999-2001). I have received the UW-Green Bay Summer Band Camp
> scholarship twice (1998 and 1999), Outstanding Soloist at 1999 Stevens
> Point Jazz Clinic, WSMA Solo and Ensemble Scholarship (2001), John Philip
> Sousa Band Award, Louis Armstrong Jazz Award, and UW-Madison Summer Music
> Clinic Scholarship, among others. Prominent musicians I have worked with
> include Benjamin Zander (Boston Philharmonic, New England Conservatory of
> Music), Michael Mulcahy (Northwestern University - Illinois, Chicago
> Symphony Orchestra), John Zdechlik (composer - Chorale and Shaker Dance),
> Richard Erb (St. Louis Symphony), Gary Greenhoe (Milwaukee Symphony
> Orchestra), Russell Mikkelson (University of Ohio), Mark Niehaus
> (Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra), Alan Baer (Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra),
> and John Aley (UW-Madison). I am currently studying under Dr. William
> Richardson, Professor of Trombone at UW-Madison. He has worked with such
> notable composers as Stravinsky and Copland, and has performed with the US
> National Guard Band as well as with the St. Louis Symphony. It was very
> rude of you to make that comment regarding my credentials, and I think an
> apology is in order. Such comments only make the commenter look bad.

Dan, I too have problems in respecting guys like MSM.

I have one question. What exactly an euphonium is? How does it sound?

Pawel




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