Topic: IDRS Forum Update

As of December 2011, new registrants of the Forum must be current members of IDRS. Registered members may post messages and participate in Forum discussions. Existing Forum members may continue to use the Forum, however, non IDRS members are encouraged to join.

The recent update of Forum software caused a loss of all Avatars. You may upload your new avatar by selecting the Avatar setting under Profile. Forum users must enter their “Real Name,” which is found under “Profile/Identity,” to post classified ads. If you wish to include your personal web site, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn links, and your signature with your post, you may enter them in your Profile.

The IDRS Forum is provided by the International Double Reed Society (501(c) tax-exempt nonprofit organization). If you are a member of IDRS, thank you for your support. If you are not a member of IDRS, please support us with your membership. Full IDRS membership benefits include its fabulous printed publications, the Double Reed, and full access to www.idrs.org the official web site of IDRS. The idrs.org site includes: every IDRS publication since the inception of the society in 1971 (first newsletter 1969); hundreds of video of performances by leading double reed artists and Gillet-Fox International Competitions; full scores and parts for Danzi, Reicha and Cambini quintets and other one-of-a-kind double reed chamber music scores and parts; a complete IDRS directory and more! The IDRS Forum is only a small benefit of IDRS. We know that you will love www.idrs.org

Yoshi Ishikawa
Professor of Bassoon, University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Music
Editor, IDRS OnLine Publications

Re: IDRS Forum Update

Is it appropriate to reply to a question on a forum other than Classified Ads with a specific product name? For instance, in a thread on reed knives, may I mention my own knives in answer to that context?

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Re: IDRS Forum Update

As far as I know, it would be fine!

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Does any one know the history of the Capriccio for bassoon of Verdi?

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Betsy Sturdevant talks about it on her blog.....she mentions where it was found and who found it........
http://bassoonblog.blogspot.com/2011/08 … eally.html

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