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Chris Mickel said:
I heard that Rascher's music and horns are currently housed at SUNY Fredonia. I'm not 100% sure about this however. You may want to contact someone there, you mat find the information you seek there.

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Or use the search function, I'm pretty sure this (Rascher's stuff housed at Fredonia) was discussed on the forum.
 

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Wonderful!

Thanks for the post! That's an interesting "from the horse's mouth."

What I'm really most interested in finding though, is more info about the tempo indications -- what was Glaz and what was Petoit or Leduc, for example. I would like to discern what was originally indicated, if at all possible.

I wrote to Ms. Rascher. No answer as yet.
 

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You might want to take a look at an article written by Jacques Charles, published in one of the old Saxophone Symposiums. The article is called "Dossier Glazounov," and it provides a good deal of information about Petiot's role in the Concerto, and the history of the publication and composition. Well worth the effort to find this and read it thoroughly.
 
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