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Any other traverso players in the Western suburbs?
« on: Apr 13th, 2004, 3:35pm »
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Hello,
 
i'm relatively new to the traverso (on and off for a couple of years, but finally got my first good traverso last Thanksgiving). Right now i play a C. A. Grenser by Rod Cameron, with A=415 and 440 corps. I'm also trying out an "ordinary flute" by Clive Catterall (thanks, Clive!). I play other kinds of flute occasionally, but my practice time has been completely taken over by the traverso.
 
I live in Carol Stream and work in Schaumburg. Any other traverso players in the area who would be interested in playing duets? Wink Or maybe a gamba or keyboard player looking for a flutist to play with? Let me know!
 
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Re: Any other traverso players in the Western subu
« Reply #1 on: Apr 15th, 2004, 1:01pm »
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Glauber-
 
Might I suggest you come to a meeting of the Oak Park Recorder Society (we have a listing with more info elsewhere on this site)?  There are a couple of us that dabble in traverso (mine's a Renaissance model- no keys).  We sight-read a variety of music from Medieval to modern every week.  Next week (4/20) we were planning on playing a big chunk of the Susato dances with anything anyone could bring along- there'll be krumhorns and maybe a rackett and sackbut plus a viol and lots of percussion etc.  If you are able to come next week or any week in the future (when things are likely to be a bit less raucous), we'd love to play with you.  And we can talk about the kind of music you'd like to play and maybe find you a duet partner or two!
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