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    Smile My own word of welcome

    Just a word to say hi and I hope there will be plenty of people DOING the course (and not just reading it!).

    And good questions and suggestions are always welcome.

    P.S. By the way, "alanb" is NOT me. My nickname here is belkina. :-)
    Alan Belkin, composer
    Professor of Composition
    University of Montreal

    http://www.musique.umontreal.ca/pers...n/e.index.html (links to examples of my music, as well as my online textbooks)

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    Re: My own word of welcome

    Yes -- I am indeed NOT him (nice to meet you, by the way -- welcome, and thanks-in-advance for all that is to come).

    I was just trying to be helpful... you know, one "Alan B" trying to make things run a tiny bit more smoothly for another, that's all.....

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    — alanb

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    http://alanb.org

    http://www.myspace.com/arsperspicuus

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    Re: My own word of welcome

    And I'm glad you did. :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by alanb
    Yes -- I am indeed NOT him (nice to meet you, by the way -- welcome, and thanks-in-advance for all that is to come).

    I was just trying to be helpful... you know, one "Alan B" trying to make things run a tiny bit more smoothly for another, that's all.....

    .
    Alan Belkin, composer
    Professor of Composition
    University of Montreal

    http://www.musique.umontreal.ca/pers...n/e.index.html (links to examples of my music, as well as my online textbooks)

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    Re: My own word of welcome

    Alan (Belkin,)

    Thanks for investing the time to create this material. I certainly hope a lot of people will take advantage of this opportunity.

    Tom

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    Re: My own word of welcome

    Thanks Tom,

    You also have done fine things, although they are less overtly evident to the public! :-)

    Alan

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hopkins
    Alan (Belkin,)

    Thanks for investing the time to create this material. I certainly hope a lot of people will take advantage of this opportunity.
    Alan Belkin, composer
    Professor of Composition
    University of Montreal

    http://www.musique.umontreal.ca/pers...n/e.index.html (links to examples of my music, as well as my online textbooks)

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