Now we know where all the Cleveland money went :) Al Sent via BlackBerry Wireless handheld ... From: email@example.comMessage 1 of 148 , Feb 1, 2009View Source
Re: [regsaudioforum] Re: Re silky massed strings
Now we know where all the Cleveland money went :)
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> That's the one, Tom. My mother-in-law lives in NaplesAnd to follow up, there's a huge community of retired Clevelanders in Naples. It's called "Little Cleveland".
> and had Kunzel autograph the CD which she gave me for
> my birthday. I was stunned how good it was!
I enjoy a self flagellation ritual, while promising to index my collection, each time that I have to search for something. I think I will join theMessage 148 of 148 , Mar 2, 2009View Source
I enjoy a self flagellation ritual, while promising to index my collection, each time that I have to search for something.
I think I will join the Procrastination Society, tomorrow.
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Sent: Monday, March 02, 2009 10:51 AM
Subject: [regsaudioforum] organizing CDs
I would think one nice convenience that servers offer is a way of easily accessing CDs. I’m beginning to find it difficult to locate some CDs on my rack. Classical CDs of a single composer are a no-brainer since they can be stored alphabetically. However, it’s the classical CDs that include more than one composer’s work (collections) that are a growing problem for me. Currently I keep “collections” in several areas: orchestral/chamber music (this is the largest area of collections) , choral, solo (including concerti, sonatas etc), band music, and brass solo and ensemble music (I have a lot of them). Jazz recordings are stored alphabetically by artist. Additionally I now have a special section for multi-channel music – my new thing. If anyone has a good way of dealing with this I like to learn about it.