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Re: KIND of off topic, but on topic, too.
Poster: Barbara Bilodeau <email@example.com>
Hmm..... *I* don't consider this off-topic!
I consider another good source to be Magnamusic (www.magnamusic.com). They've
recently been *very* helpful to me, so I'm happy to pass their name on. They
also ship out VERY promptly. Their catalog has quite a variety of music, and
quite a variety of difficulty levels. They also carry all the music from London
Pro Musica, which I consider to be particularly good, period editions.
If you want to, we can discuss privately: tell me what you're interested in and
perhaps I can recommend something specific. But lets try to discourage the
"hitting up for copies," shall we?
Marsha Goodell wrote:
> Poster: Marsha Goodell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> At 07:47 AM 10/6/98 -0700, Michael Jeffrey Looney wrote:
> >Poster: "Michael Jeffrey Looney" <email@example.com>
> >First off, does anyone know where I can buy some period recorder meusic, or
> someone I shoudl hit up for copies of stuff?
> Try this site for Boulder Early Music. You can order on line, by phone or
> through the mail. They have a wide selection of music.
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