Re: SPAH04 rack playing seminar?

I think this is an excellent idea.
SPAH is interested :))

Douglas tate
President ... SPAH

At 18:04 22/02/2004, Vern Smith wrote:

>Greetings rack players and fans of same!
>This is to inquire if you would have any interest in attending or
>participating in a SPAH04 seminar (St. Louis MO  Aug 19-23) on the general
>subject of playing harmonica on a rack.
>Please respond by editing and returning the following questionnaire:
>(  ) I can/will attend SPAH04
>(  ) I would like to attend a seminar on rack playing.
>(  ) I would like to perform one or more pieces on my harp-on-a-rack.
>(  ) I would like to share/discuss my rack-playing experience with others.
>(  ) I would like to show the hardware that I use for rack playing.
>(  ) I would like to offer for sale a CD or tape of my rack performances.
>(  ) I would prepare a few charts/arrangements/std-notations of music for
>rack playing
>        for inclusion in a book to be offered to participants at the cost of
>(  ) I will prepare one or two recordings of my rack-playing to be included
>in a CD to be
>        offered at the cost of reproduction.
>(  ) I would be interested in a videotape of the seminar at the cost of
>reproduction and
>        mailing.
>The scope of the seminar will be ALL rack playing, diatonic, XB40 and
>chromatic by means of movable mouthpieces or foot pedals.  All musical
>genres are desired...the more variety the better!  All makes and models of
>racks, instruments and equipment will be demonstrated and discussed. I
>anticipate that this would be a relatively small event that would fit in a
>smaller meeting room.
>Everyone will be welcome, including only the curious!
>IF.....this poll indicates sufficient interest, then I will approach the
>SPAH04 planners and offer to conduct such a seminar.  There is no guarantee
>that they will concur that this will fit the conference overall program or
>that space can be provided.
>Let me know of your interest...if any!    ;o)
>Vern Smith
>Harp-l is sponsored by SPAH,
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