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posted: 6/11/2005 at 1:19:54 PM ET
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hello! I have a question about something that might ruin me. This year, at allstate clinic, they are going to let people play a solo to determine whether or not they are going to be in the first band. I have been told to come, and they have given me a list of solos you can play,and on the side, in parenthesis, are names like for ex. (schirmer), (leonard). What does this mean? Is it the person who rearranged the piece or something?

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posted: 6/15/2005 at 1:22:16 AM ET
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I know schirmer is a publishing company, so my guess it is thwe publisher who puts out the sheet music

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posted: 6/15/2005 at 10:28:46 PM ET
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those are the publisher names. When you call to order, you will need to tell them the publisher.

Good Luck!


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