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March 1st 2003

Number: 1 | Volume: 28

num: 1, vol: 28

This issue's articles include:

Lost and found
The remarkable story of Malcolm Arnold's Wind Quintet
Paul Harris
A revolutionary experience
Jessica Tipton in Russia
Susan Moss
The virtue of necessity
Further thoughts on obbligato
David Morris
Life in an army band
An overview
Derren Coles
Thameside Clarinet Choir's playing day
35 down and more to go
Christopher Hooker
Adolphe, Henry and their bores
Historical perspective
Pamela Weston
The secret threat to your future
Will you be smiling?
Dr David Downes-Powell
Clarinettist made freeman of the City of London
It happened to Henry Mackenzie
Gordon Lewin
Alastair Milne
Colin Bradbury

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