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I'm writing a research paper on the history of the Ibert Concertino da Camera. I need 6 sources and currently only have 4.

I am using William Graves' dissertation, and his article in the Saxophone Symposium. Marcel Mule: his life and the saxophone, by Eugene Rousseau, and the essay that appears in Umble's Londiex book. I might also include a little bit from Segell's book, where he talks about the Mule-Rascher "feud".

What I need is a source with a distinctivly Rascher point of view. What did he think of it? Or of Mule? Can anyone help me?
 

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First thing's first - don't ruin your research paper by using "Devil's Horn" as a source. Step one of any paper is evaluating sources - that one evaluates poorly. As far as "Rascher point of view" articles on Ibert, Rascher himself wrote an article on the Ibert in an old issue of The Instrumentalist. I don't remember when the issue exactly was from, but I think it was April 1963. If you can find a copy of the famous radio interview, I think he talks about Ibert in that as well.
 

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There are at least two articles by Rascher (one is actually a very long letter to the editor, but it is really an article) in some old issues of The Saxophone Symposium. One is Spring 1984, vol. IX no.2, and the other is Spring 1982, vol. VII no. 2. If need be, I can get you copies of the articles.

Also, if you can cite radio interviews, there is the Rascher public radio interview and he does talk some about the Ibert.
 
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