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Re: GG: So...

At 07:33 AM 3/27/97 -0500, you wrote:

A little further info:

The publisher is Schirmer - for rental they can be contacted at:
P.O. Box 572
445 Bellvale Road
Chester New York
U.S.A. 10918
tel: 914-469-2271
fax: 914-469-7544

To puchase contact local music store or if unavailable contact Hal Leonard
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Steve Posen

 I   have it in front of me: Schirmer Edition #2594. Easy to get.
>On Wed, 26 Mar 1997, Captain Nemo wrote:
>> Does anyone know where I can get the score for "So you want to write a
>> Fugue?"  I can't seem to find out which publisher did it, so music stores
>> don't know where to look (or rather, they really don't want to look).
>> Also, I don't suppose anyone can name the various pieces that Gould
>> "quotes" in his fugue (there are some very VERY obvious ones like
>> Brandenburg 2..., but there are some others I recognize, but can't put my
>> finger on).
>> Thanks for your help,
>> Nemesio
>> Captain Nemo
>> Haverford College
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>> Phone:  (610) 896-1680
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>>         I go out into the hall to knock in a nail.  On my way there, I
>> decide I would rather go out.  I obey the impulse, get into a train, come
>> to a railway station, go on travelling and finally end up - in America!
>> That is modulation!
>>                                  Anton Webern, from "Towards a New Music"
>> "The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of
>> adrenaline but is, rather, the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of
>> wonder and serenity."
>>                                         Glenn Gould