PipeChat Digest #399 - Monday, June 1, 1998
 
(no subject)
  by "Jasper Jenkins" <jasper68@webtv.net>
Organ on Mission Impossible?
  by <DAVE_MCCLELLAN@HP-USA-om1.om.hp.com>
Re: Jasper68 theatre organ comments
  by <DEMPAR1@aol.com>
Re:
  by <danbel@earthlink.net>
Re: Jasper68 theatre organ comments
  by <danbel@earthlink.net>
Re: (Jenkins-Bellomy) Stuff...
  by "Terry Charles" <tcorgan@ibm.net>
Wedding Fees: A Customer's View
  by <DAVE_MCCLELLAN@HP-USA-om1.om.hp.com>
Re: Wedding Fees: A Customer's View
  by <Satbcantor@aol.com>
Re: The # sign, and the priest's cross
  by "John (Jack) Cormack" <jackjack@erols.com>
Re: The # sign, and the priest's cross
  by "John (Jack) Cormack" <jackjack@erols.com>
Re: Scarves 'n Watermotors
  by "bruce cornely" <cremona84000@webtv.net>
New Theatre Organ CD (X-Posted)
  by "Jon C. Habermaas" <opus1100@ameritech.net>
Re: Jasper68 theatre organ comments
  by "John F. Crowley" <jfjc@juno.com>
Re:
  by <sohmer@juno.com>
Re: Wedding Fees: A Customer's View
  by <mewzishn@spec.net>
OFF TOPIC POSTINGS - ADMIN NOTE, PLEASE READ!
  by "Dr. Peter G. Pocock" <pgpocock@ix.netcom.com>
FOR SALE: Marr & Colton 3 manual Theater Organ Console
  by <RUSCZYK@ix.netcom.com>
Re: The # sign, and the priest's cross
  by "Sheridan Mascall" <sheridan.mascall@visionet.com.au>
subbing around; going for a hat trick
  by <Trackerbkr@aol.com>
Re: Difference
  by "John F. Crowley" <jfjc@juno.com>
Re: Difference
  by "Dr. Edward Peterson" <epeterso@madison.tdsnet.com>
 


(back) Subject: From: jasper68@webtv.net (Jasper Jenkins) Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 06:42:36 -0400   I have been reading pipiechat now for a couple of months and have experienced moments of interest, followed by hours of ragging. I guess this is a site for church organ discussion religion,& morals debates, and personal digs. I might suggest to all you folks of the "hi brow" leanings, have a seat some day at a 4 manual Theatre organ. Try a little "bump and grind " music like Frankie and Johnny,.. blow the horns and whistles and forget all the rules of the console you were taught at 5 years old. It really is a Blast and will make you all a lot more relaxed. JJ ps " In the Mood " is a great number on a big Wurly and lots of fun to play  
(back) Subject: Organ on Mission Impossible? From: DAVE_MCCLELLAN@HP-USA-om1.om.hp.com Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 07:53:19 -0400   Did anyone catch a "new" Mission Impossible show shown on FX Network on Saturday night? The first scene, where Mr. Phelps gets his assignment, appeared to be in San Francisco (at least I though I saw Coit Tower(sp)). What got my attention was the D Minor Toccata playing in the background! Next, the focus was on some sort of cathedral or church, then an organist sitting and playing at a large console. The "recognition symbols" involved "7500 pipes", and "one of the largest organs in the world". Mr. Phelps then went into the chambers to hear the tape (lying on the walkboard in the center of a windchest, diatonic arrangement). He seemed to be surrounded by real pipes. I wonder if this was a real organ or some elaborate prop?   Dave    
(back) Subject: Re: Jasper68 theatre organ comments From: <DEMPAR1@aol.com> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 09:22:53 EDT   Amen brother! You haven't played an organ until you've sat infront of a Wurlitzer (of any size). I generally refrain from these week long debates but I have to get this one off my chest. For years, I have seen that the AGO crowd is actually destroying the public's interest in organ music by placing the instrument and the music out of reach of the general public. Yeah, I know there are some well intentioned, dedicated people in that organization, and this is not directed at them, but there are a lot of organ snobs too. The late Virgil Fox made one of the most profound statements that I have ever heard from a human being. He said "Musical purists are barnacles on the ship of music". Personally, I think the world would be better served, by we organists, if we get down off of our "moral high horses" and play some music that the public can jive to. Take it from the voice of experience, if you want to really earn the respect of your audience, try playing Milton DeLugg's "Roller Coaster" on your hallowed tracker some time. There is no tocata out there that will test your stuff like that exercise will. You moral pillars of the musical community might better serve humanity if you try your hand at legitimately entertaining your audiences, and fostering a true love for music instead of sitting in moral judgement of them.  
(back) Subject: Re: From: danbel@earthlink.net Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 09:51:02 -0400     > I might suggest to all you folks of the "hi brow" leanings, have a seat >some day at a 4 manual Theatre organ. Try a little "bump and grind " >music like Frankie and Johnny,.. blow the horns and whistles and forget >all the rules of the console you were taught at 5 years old. >It really is a Blast and will make you all a lot more relaxed.   I LOVE this idea!! I can personally attest to the fact that IT WORKS!! Let's hope that the group referred to in the first line will at least consider the offered suggestion although methinks it unlikely that the "bump and grind" terminology (much less the feeling required) will be understood much less felt. It's sort of like "swing" and "jazz" if you have to ask what it means and how to do it then you will never be able to. :)   djb    
(back) Subject: Re: Jasper68 theatre organ comments From: danbel@earthlink.net Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 09:54:57 -0400   At 09:22 AM 5/31/98 EDT, you wrote: >Amen brother! You haven't played an organ until you've sat infront of a >Wurlitzer (of any size).   Generally I don't like reading (and consequently almost never write) ""me too" responses on these lists but I just can not resist in this case. This was SO well thought and SO well put that I can't say anything but, "Amen, brother!   READ AND HEED!!!! :)   djb        
(back) Subject: Re: (Jenkins-Bellomy) Stuff... From: "Terry Charles" <tcorgan@ibm.net> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 10:05:54 -0400   They've GOT it! . . .   ""It really is a Blast and will make you all a lot more relaxed.""   ""I can personally attest to the fact that IT WORKS!!""   Yessiree! You haven't really lived 'till you wind up a theatre style organ with Victory In Jesus" - the last chorus with bells & maybe even a boat whistle!   ""high brows""...""the group (snip) will at least consider the offered suggestion..."" That group left, with the shutters closing behind them.   TC - who really IS a traditionalist, but you wouldn't know it.    
(back) Subject: Wedding Fees: A Customer's View From: DAVE_MCCLELLAN@HP-USA-om1.om.hp.com Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 10:20:16 -0400   As a recent "customer" of wedding music, here's what I paid. What I got was a flawless, moving, professional ceremony. The music made the wedding, and cost less than the CAKE! IMHO, musicians are seriously UNDERPAID!   Rates set by local AGO. Organist: $175, Trumpet: $200, Vocal: $175, organist's rehearsals with vocal/trumpet: 2x$25. Don't hold me to these figures -- I'm only sure of the total figure ($600) and organist's fee. Meetings listed below exclude those held with the minister.   Session #1: Chapel (group session, for all upcoming weddings) Service Options (minister), Processionals & Recessionals (organ) Minister advises what is/is not acceptable! Session #2: Sanctuary (group session) Music Options, demos of vocals, organ (from play list), harp, trumpet, guitar, flute. Distribution of demo tapes from musicians. Session #3: Sanctuary (individual, about 1 hour!) More demos, pick music list, with organist and vocalist present Session #4: Rehearsal (bridal party, organ only) Session #5: Organist rehearsal with chosen musicians (private)   Music List: Organ, Trumpet (From Atlanta Symphony), Vocal (church) Pre-service, starts at 1330 Vivaldi: Concerto #1 Allegro, 4 seasons: Spring Greensleeves Hayden: St. Anthonys Chorale Bach: Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring (Trumpet & Organ) Scott: Prelude on Westminster Abbey (Trumpet & Organ) Plus others (organist's choice) Vocal, at about 1345pm Handel: Wedding Hymn Organ music continues Mothers Processional (1355) Pachelbel: Canon in D 1400 Chime the hour Vocal Schubert: Ave Maria (yea, I know! - brides choice and quite common in Protestant weddings) Wedding Party Processional: Charpentier: Prelude to Te Deum (Trumpet and Organ) Trumpet Fanfare Brides Processional: Clarke: Trumpet Voluntary (Trumpet and Organ) Unity Candle (Vocal): Lovelace: Wedding Benediction (One verse) Prayer (Vocal): Malotte: Lord's Prayer Recessionals (until sanctuary empty): Stanley: Trumpet Voluntary (Trumpet and Organ) Handel: Allegro Maestroso (Water Music) (Trumpet and Organ)   Dave        
(back) Subject: Re: Wedding Fees: A Customer's View From: <Satbcantor@aol.com> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 12:42:11 EDT   Dave, you wrote <....Music List: Organ, Trumpet (From Atlanta Symphony), Vocal (church) Pre-service, starts at 1330 Vivaldi: Concerto #1 Allegro, 4 seasons: Spring Greensleeves Hayden: St. Anthonys Chorale Bach: Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring (Trumpet & Organ) Scott: Prelude on Westminster Abbey (Trumpet & Organ) Plus others (organist's choice)...................>     .........All this by 1345hrs !!!!! HOW?  
(back) Subject: Re: The £ sign, and the priest's cross From: "John (Jack) Cormack" <jackjack@erols.com> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 12:38:56 -0400   At 02:33 PM 5/31/98 +1000, you wrote: > >-----Original Message----- >From: Peggy C. Bie <peggyb@gate.net> >To: PipeChat <pipechat@pipechat.org> >Date: Sunday, 31 May 1998 4:13 >Subject: Re: The £ sign > >> >> Hold down the Alt key and type 0163 on your keypad .. on >> the right-hand end of the keyboard. Won't work using the >> 'regular' numerals on top, for some reason. :) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- An easier way, in my opinion, is to click the character you want, then select the "copy" button. The character is copied to the clipboard, from which you can past it into whatever you are doing.   Jack Cormack Potomac, Maryland -------------------------------------------------------------------------- > >"£" - I did it! Hurrah for your information. Now, I would especially like >to >learn how to make one of those nice crosses that can go before a bishop's >name >or after a priest's name, rather than using a plus sign +. >Is there some place one can go to find out what is available - a list or >something (with the secret codes). >Rev. Peggy C. Bie (who is entirely self taught on the computer) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here is where the cross is located. Call up the character map. Select the Wingding font. Look for the cross on the second row of characters. To bring it up, type the capital V on your keyboard. Then click on the "copy" button, and it is copied to the clipboard. Paste it into whatever you are doing.   Jack Cormack Potomac, Maryland ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- > >Peggy - if you are using Windoze, there is a fun little thing in the >Accessories directory called 'Character Map'. Get it to show which font you >are using and it will show you All the characters available in that font. >All foreign accents in there too. > >~Sheridan~ > > >"Pipe Up and Be Heard!" >PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics >HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org >List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org >Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org >Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org > > >    
(back) Subject: Re: The £ sign, and the priest's cross From: "John (Jack) Cormack" <jackjack@erols.com> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 12:46:04 -0400   In my message of a few minutes ago, the following was stated:   "An easier way, in my opinion, is to click the character you want, then select the "copy" button. The character is copied to the clipboard, from which you can past it into whatever you are doing.   Jack Cormack Potomac, Maryland"   The above instructions apply AFTER you have already called up the character map program and selected the font you want. The word "past" in the line above my name should be "paste".   I hope that this clears up my errors.   Jack Cormack Potomac, Maryland.      
(back) Subject: Re: Scarves 'n Watermotors From: cremona84000@webtv.net (bruce cornely) Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 13:36:28 -0400   Well, I never forget a place! It's just that I don't always remember where it was! But I NEVER forget an organ!   bruce o h s __________ a g o cornely o o __________ o o ........... cremona84000@webtv.net ...........    
(back) Subject: New Theatre Organ CD (X-Posted) From: "Jon C. Habermaas" <opus1100@ameritech.net> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 12:45:54 -0500   Owl Cinema Organ Guild has released its' First Time Ever CD of the Hinsdale Cinema Organ. The 3/28 Kimball organ is a culmination of years of careful nurturing by organ technician Jim Glass. Many unique and rare ranks of pipes have been collected to complete this fantastic instrument which embodies a lush full theatre organ sound embellished with exquisite sassy brasses. Organist Don Springer brings out all the color and character of this organ on this outstanding recording. No stranger to the Hinsdale organ Don knows just how to register the organ to get the best out of it. Containing over twenty favorites including medleys from West Side Story and Wizard of OZ. Also Don is extremely well at recreating some of Jesse Crawford's arrangements as well as other theatre organ music staples and these are well represented on this CD. If you like theatre organ you're bound to like "Intermission Interlude" from the Hinsdale Cinema Organ. Albums are $18 for each CD (postpaid) Make checks payable to: Owl Cinema Organ Guild, 29 E. First St, Hinsdale, Il. 60521   Jon C. Habermaas  
(back) Subject: Re: Jasper68 theatre organ comments From: jfjc@juno.com (John F. Crowley) Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 12:55:46 -0500   Amen fourfold--I have a recording of "Roller Coaster" on one of my george Wright albums and know of what you speak. Virigl Fox was one of my very favorite organists. HE wasn't afraid to play anything anywhere. His two albums Bach Live At Fillmore East and Live At The Wintergarden and the album I don't have was the one he recorded on the former NY Paramount Wurlitzer now in the Century II Civic Auditorium in Wichita, KS, can't remember the title, the concert was recorded before a live sold out audience.   Musically,   John F. Crowley   _____________________________________________________________________ You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. Get completely free e-mail from Juno at http://www.juno.com Or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]  
(back) Subject: Re: From: sohmer@juno.com Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 14:52:03 -0400   Good advice below, I think....   Or, you could just have loads of fun at your next wedding rehearsal....like I did Satiddy:   Seating of the groom's mother:*Call me, irresponsible...* Seating of the bride's mother: *Send in the clowns* Processional of the clergy and groom/groomsmen: *I'm Always Chasing Rainbows* Procession of the bridesmaids: *What Are We Gonna Do About Maria?* Procession of the little kids: *Old MacDonald* Procession of the bride: *Daddy's little girl* At the Vows: *Please Release Me* and *You Can't Be True, Dear* Procession Out: *Leavin on a Jet Plane*   The fun, of course, is knowing some of the people, playing very softly while the action goes on, and knowing when to stop - especially if you're getting on the pastor's nerves.....I sure did get away with a lot though! Even the rector was laughing. The pieces during the processionals were slipped in between measures of the typical Trumpet Tunes/Voluntaries.   S.       On Sun, 31 May 1998 06:42:36 -0400 jasper68@webtv.net (Jasper Jenkins) writes: >I have been reading pipiechat now for a couple of months and have >experienced moments of interest, followed by hours of ragging. >I guess this is a site for church organ discussion religion,& morals >debates, and personal digs. > I might suggest to all you folks of the "hi brow" leanings, have a >seat >some day at a 4 manual Theatre organ. Try a little "bump and grind " >music like Frankie and Johnny,.. blow the horns and whistles and >forget >all the rules of the console you were taught at 5 years old. >It really is a Blast and will make you all a lot more relaxed. >JJ >ps " In the Mood " is a great number on a big Wurly and lots of fun to >play > >"Pipe Up and Be Heard!" >PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics >HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org >List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org >Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org >Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org > >   _____________________________________________________________________ You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. Get completely free e-mail from Juno at http://www.juno.com Or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]  
(back) Subject: Re: Wedding Fees: A Customer's View From: mewzishn@spec.net Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 15:25:11 +0000   DAVE_MCCLELLAN@HP-USA-om1.om.hp.com wrote:   > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > Name: MAIL > MAIL Type: unspecified type (application/octet-stream) > Encoding: base64   I'm not exactly sure why, but the message from Dave McClellan was completely unreadable on Communicator mailbox -- it arrived as an attached file for which I have no plug-ins, and for which Netscape can suggest no plug-ins. Anyone else have this problem with this piece of mail (and/or others like it)?   Ken Sybesma        
(back) Subject: OFF TOPIC POSTINGS - ADMIN NOTE, PLEASE READ! From: "Dr. Peter G. Pocock" <pgpocock@ix.netcom.com> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 12:50:53 -0700   Hi Everyone,   Please keep postings to topics that are about Organs and related topics. There has been a steady stream of threads started that do not relate to anything of what this list is about. If you are not sure of the guidelines, please read them at http://www.pipechat.org.   Thanks,   Pete!   Dr. Peter Pocock PipeChat CoOwner and Administrator.   At 12:46 PM 5/31/98 -0400, you wrote: >In my message of a few minutes ago, the following was stated: > >"An easier way, in my opinion, is to click the character you want, then >select the "copy" button. The character is copied to the clipboard, from >which you can past it into whatever you are doing. > >Jack Cormack >Potomac, Maryland" > >The above instructions apply AFTER you have already called up the character >map program and selected the font you want. The word "past" in the line >above my name should be "paste". > >I hope that this clears up my errors. > >Jack Cormack >Potomac, Maryland. > > > >"Pipe Up and Be Heard!" >PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics >HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org >List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org >Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org >Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org > ------------------------------ Peter G. Pocock, D.M.A. WWW: http://www.netcom.com/~pgpocock/ E-mail: mailto:pgpocock@ix.netcom.com    
(back) Subject: FOR SALE: Marr & Colton 3 manual Theater Organ Console From: RUSCZYK@ix.netcom.com Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 16:57:40 -0500 (CDT)       For Sale: Marr & Colton Theater Organ Console   Marr & Colton 3manual theater console completely rebuilt within the last 10 years with Ant. White & Gold repaint last year. In every way a new console/new AGO pedal board, keyboards rebuilt including new tops, new pistons. Main rail on wind via OSI built Wurlitzer Style Blow Box. Back Rail contains 30+ Syndynes. All hardware (screws, toe studs, lights brass or brass plated. Swing out accessory drawers on both side of keydesk. This is a PLUG AND PLAY console currently playing my 3/10 Wurlitzer via an Artisan Relay System. Wiring transition boards will stay with console for easy adaptation to any system. Complete details and photos available via E-mail, phone or FAX.   $4500.00 OBO   Bob Rusczyk Vancouver , WA USA Phone: 360-254-4736 Email to -> RUSCZYK@IX.NETCOM.COM          
(back) Subject: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Re:_The_=A3_sign=2C_and_the_priest's_cross?= From: sheridan.mascall@visionet.com.au (Sheridan Mascall) Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 08:07:53 +1000     > >"An easier way, in my opinion, is to click the character you want, then >select the "copy" button. The character is copied to the clipboard, from >which you can past it into whatever you are doing. > >Jack Cormack >Potomac, Maryland" > >The above instructions apply AFTER you have already called up the character >map program and selected the font you want. The word "past" in the line >above my name should be "paste".     Yes, I should have said that too.... use the Character Map, double-click on the character you want on the map, use cut-n-paste to transfer to your word processor document. I've never been able to get the Alt+ keys to work. Must be holding my tongue wrong or something. :)   ~Sheridan~    
(back) Subject: subbing around; going for a hat trick From: <Trackerbkr@aol.com> Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 18:16:22 EDT   This past week I subbed in not one, but three different places of worship= .. Although I passed the 2,000 service mark several years ago, I still learn= something new each time I play somewhere else. The first gig was at the First Congregational Church in St. Louis, where Ron Hall is music directo= r. When Ron found out that I was going to be visiting in St. Louis on Memori= al weekend while he was in Italy he not only invited me to sub for him, he a= lso let me and my family stay in his condo. First Congregational has a 4-man= ual, 50-rank, 1929/1994 Austin. The stop action has been recently refurbished= by Peterson of Worth, Illinois, and the improvement is considerable. This o= rgan has one or more of everything: diapasons, principals, vox humana, a 32= =92 bombarde, handfuls of strings, a French horn, tuba, orchestral oboe...if = you can=92t find the stop you want you probably don=92t need it! Ron told me= I could have memory levels three through ninety-nine :-) ; the only problem was= , I couldn=92t find the memory in the first place. A mutual friend (John Rom= eri) suggested that I look for a pull-out drawer, and sure enough, there was a= beautifully stained pull-out drawer on the left, matching the console so = well=0Ait was difficult to spot. So, I was able to put my limited practice time (I= was=0Aon vacation, after all) to better use than memorizing where all four manuals= of=0Astops were and grabbing them on the fly. The choir showed up on time and sang = very well and the service went without a hitch, thanks to Ron=92s very detaile= d instructions about each part of the service.   Word had gotten out that I was going to be in St. Louis, so my friend Car= l Smith at Trinity Presbyterian asked if I could do a wedding for him on=0A= Saturday. Carl fell and broke his left elbow and right ankle and sprained his right= =0Awrist, so he is not playing right now. BTW, he has resigned from Trinity effective= June=0A14 in order to relocate to Nashville. I=92ll post details about that positi= on as=0Asoon as their interim minister sends me the info. Trinity has a 3-manual, 53-ran= k=0A1970 Casavant (Phelps). The third division is a Ruckpositiv. Sanctuary=0Aren= ovations from two years ago have improved the acoustics, so the live space helps t= he bright organ sound much better than before. I had forgotten that hot wea= ther (St. Louis is nearly always hot in the summer) makes for an interesting t= uning situation; most of the Great sits much higher than the Swell and R.p., a= nd since the air conditioning doesn=92t reach that part the Great is many ce= nts sharper than the rest of the organ. Any forgetfulness of this situation= =0Ainstantly rewards the organist with a nasty out-of-tune surprise. Part of the peda= l is high and part is low, so one has to keep track of which pedal stops go wi= th which subdivision in hot weather. Because a trumpeter was playing I coul= d use only the swell and choir for processional and recessional. For the= =0Aprelude I found some Romantic literature that worked well with a combination of celelestes and slightly out-of-tune flutes; the rest of the time I was re= al=0Acareful. The six bridesmaids made it down the aisle without putzing too much so my= initial terror was unfounded. The new Presbyterian version of =93Ode to = Joy=94=0Awith Beethoven=92s original rhythm was apparently unfamiliar to = most of the congregation so I had to articulate like the dickens to keep them from ru= nning away instead of holding the syncopated note. By verse three we were both= getting along. The trumpeter (Charlie Brown) sounded like a million buck= s.   The finish line for subbing was back here in Huntsville at Temple B=92nai= =0ASholom. The service called for twenty musical numbers, nineteen of them with orga= n. I was given a cue sheet, two large, heavy notebooks, and two loose photocopies. Groups of pages were paper-clipped together in an effort to= make things easier to find, and I clipped some more things together in an= effort to play the correct response at any given moment. I went 18-for-1= 9 in this regard. The 100-year-old sanctuary is attractive with wooden pews a= nd many stained-glass windows. The organ is a Rodgers in a carpeted space. = The organ faces out toward the congregation and the choir director stands= several feet out from the organ facing the congregation. She began condu= cting cues without checking first to make sure that I had put the correct noteb= ook=0Aor photocopy in front of me, so more than once she was conducting silence. = I used to play in a Temple so the service was very familiar, but the music set-up was unsatisfactory; the choir director ought to have given me only= the nineteen pieces called for, in order in a notebook, rather than two diffe= rent notebooks that contained many versions of the responses. If I ever enter= another unfamiliar subbing situation I will ask for accessible, organized= =0Ascores.   It was good to get back to my own instrument after all that excitement. Incidentally, the service that lasted the longest and took the most work = paid $65.00 (I=92m not sure I=92ll return there) and the wedding, which was th= e=0Ashortest and took the least rehearsing, paid $175.00. No rhyme or reason...   Laurie Ryan, AAGO Huntsville, Alabama      
(back) Subject: Re: Difference From: jfjc@juno.com (John F. Crowley) Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 23:40:57 -0500   What is the difference between a Diapason (I'm assuming its OPen) and a Principal? Aren't both foundation stops?     John   _____________________________________________________________________ You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. Get completely free e-mail from Juno at http://www.juno.com Or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]  
(back) Subject: Re: Difference From: epeterso@madison.tdsnet.com (Dr. Edward Peterson) Date: Mon, 01 Jun 1998 00:19:21 -0500   On Sun, 31 May 1998 23:40:57 -0500, jfjc@juno.com (John F. Crowley) wrote:   >What is the difference between a Diapason (I'm assuming its OPen) and a >Principal?   Scale and voicing, usually.   >Aren't both foundation stops?   They are.     Dr.Ed (the Soul of Brevity tonight)