194Re: [KWChoir] Re: schedules / music
- Jun 1, 2005Gee, Richard, thanks a lot for "outing" me! :-S Yeah, I play recorder,
or at least I used to, and I do have a tenor, soprano, and alto though
it's been so long since I've played alto I'm sure I've forgotten my F
fingerings. If you're short of players I might be able to participate.
My primary issue would be scheduling rehearsals around child care.
Since the 4-6 pm choir practices don't conflict with battles, my
husband and I can juggle the kids reasonably well, but at other times
I'd have to bring them with me (and probably let them bring the
normally-forbidden Gameboys) or find someone else to watch them.
--- Tom Pellitieri <tpellitieri@...> wrote:
> --- maria daggett <erlannordenskald@y...> wrote:Karen Kasper
> > I am including some recorder / vocal things and will
> > be doing separate recorder sessions for any one
> > interested or if you know someone.
> I know I'm not the only recorder player on this list (Hi, Arianna!),
> but you can certainly add me to those interested (at least for the
> pieces that don't need vocal tenors). I can play bass, alto, soprano
> or sopranino (no tenor recorder, sorry).
> --Richard Tyler of Swiftwater
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