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Re: totally ot . . .


The American Music Center (NYC) has a pretty extensive library of recordings, which members can borrow through the mail.  www.amc.org.  They'll even put together a work list for you, for instance, if you wanted new music with electric bass only, or bass w/ electronics, etc.


At 11:46 AM 5/23/02, you wrote:
sorry, but you all are a great resource.
does anybody out there know of any good places to find hard-to-get or used 20t/21st-century ("contemporary") "classical" music?
mailorder or web-based merchandising is cool.

i'm thinking of a place like downtown music gallery or wayside, except they do that other stuff.


Tom Heasley
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Radio Interview with Dean Suzuki
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (10/3)
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