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Harlap Clarinet Concerto


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« on: June 22, 2018, 02:39:50 am »

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« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2018, 08:04:20 am »

This is a rather disappointingly speedy example of the sort of post to which members were taking exception yesterday and which I advised against.

The piece of music in question may be on You Tube-which is a "reputable" source but there is no indication of who Aharon Harlap is, his country of originin, his date of birth/death(I have certainly never heard of him) or why his Clarinet Concerto may be of interest to other members.

Members are simply being invited to click on the link to find out for themselves. Some members might find that an intriguing prospect, others will find the work of no interest and will feel their time wasted.

To reduce the possibility of the latter it would be much more helpful to post a simple, short sentence giving some explanation of why the link is being posted. Please try to provide some such explanation in future. It does NOT require to be a lengthy essay but some guidance would be appreciated by those who raised this issue yesterday.

Thank you for your future co-operation Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2018, 10:10:34 am »

This is a rather disappointingly speedy example of the sort of post to which members were taking exception yesterday and which I advised against.

The piece of music in question may be on You Tube-which is a "reputable" source but there is no indication of who Aharon Harlap is, his country of originin, his date of birth/death(I have certainly never heard of him) or why his Clarinet Concerto may be of interest to other members.

Members are simply being invited to click on the link to find out for themselves. Some members might find that an intriguing prospect, others will find the work of no interest and will feel their time wasted.

To reduce the possibility of the latter it would be much more helpful to post a simple, short sentence giving some explanation of why the link is being posted. Please try to provide some such explanation in future. It does NOT require to be a lengthy essay but some guidance would be appreciated by those who raised this issue yesterday.

Thank you for your future co-operation Smiley



Dear Administration
Here more data:
http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Bio/Harlap-Aharon.htm
IMHO is a good example of Israeli contemporary music
Best
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