Topic: Back again.

Hello everyone! After my account and posts were inadvertently deleted from the Forum by gremlins, I'm back, this time with a much more compact username.

With my count re-set to zero, now I'll never catch up to Trent!

Christopher Brodersen
Maker of Historical Keyboard Instruments
Reviewer/contributor - Fanfare Magazine
Amateur bassoonist, baroque oboist, baroque bassoonist

Re: Back again.

Well look at that, will you? Yoshi has waved his magic wand, and my posts (at least the credits) are back--with some to spare!

Christopher Brodersen
Maker of Historical Keyboard Instruments
Reviewer/contributor - Fanfare Magazine
Amateur bassoonist, baroque oboist, baroque bassoonist

Re: Back again.

Welcome back Chris.  So all your former posts were lost?  That is a real shame.  Sorry to hear it.

Dr. Kent Moore
Principal Lecturer In Bassoon and Theory
Northern Arizona University

Re: Back again.

Thanks, Kent!

Christopher Brodersen
Maker of Historical Keyboard Instruments
Reviewer/contributor - Fanfare Magazine
Amateur bassoonist, baroque oboist, baroque bassoonist

Re: Back again.

Fill us in on the unheard-of number-of-posts competition. Inquiring Forum Readers want to know! crw

Christopher Weait,
Principal bassoon, Toronto Symphony (1968 - 1985)
IDRS Honorary Member; Emeritus professor Ohio State University
www.weaitmusic.com

Re: Back again.

CW - no competition, really. I just see Trent's 800+ as a lofty goal that most of us mere mortals will never touch.

Christopher Brodersen
Maker of Historical Keyboard Instruments
Reviewer/contributor - Fanfare Magazine
Amateur bassoonist, baroque oboist, baroque bassoonist