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NYC classical studio w/piano?

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Anonymous
February 17, 2005 2:23:00 PM

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Hey folks,

I am posting an inquiry about studios in NYC that have a good quality
in-house piano and a space that would be conducive to recording a small
classical ensemble. This inquiry is for a friend of a friend. I do not
know the budget or time frame for this recording, but I'm guessing it's
pretty small. So does anyone have any good suggestions? Feel free to
e-mail me directly or respond to this posting. Here is the original
request I received:

----Forwarded message from Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>---
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 21:05:21 -0500 (EST)
From: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
Reply-To: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
Subject: scimembers: NYC studio recommendation needed
To: undisclosed-recipients@

I am looking for a recommendation on a New York City recording studio.
I wil be recording two song cycles, one for baritone, piano, violin,
and percussion (mostly marimba), and the other for just baritone and
piano. Since the piano is so integral a part of the works, it is
important to have a high quality instrument in the studio. Any
recommendations appreciated.

Timothy Brown

----- End forwarded message -----

Cheers,
Trevor de Clercq

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Anonymous
February 17, 2005 9:40:45 PM

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how small an ensemble we talking?

"Trevor de Clercq" <declerct@IDONTLIKESPAMnewschool.edu> wrote in message
news:1108657381.d4f2d319d7455b2360fc5e71f8a134fe@teranews...
> Hey folks,
>
> I am posting an inquiry about studios in NYC that have a good quality
> in-house piano and a space that would be conducive to recording a small
> classical ensemble. This inquiry is for a friend of a friend. I do not
> know the budget or time frame for this recording, but I'm guessing it's
> pretty small. So does anyone have any good suggestions? Feel free to
> e-mail me directly or respond to this posting. Here is the original
> request I received:
>
> ----Forwarded message from Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>---
> Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 21:05:21 -0500 (EST)
> From: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
> Reply-To: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
> Subject: scimembers: NYC studio recommendation needed
> To: undisclosed-recipients@
>
> I am looking for a recommendation on a New York City recording studio.
> I wil be recording two song cycles, one for baritone, piano, violin,
> and percussion (mostly marimba), and the other for just baritone and
> piano. Since the piano is so integral a part of the works, it is important
> to have a high quality instrument in the studio. Any recommendations
> appreciated.
>
> Timothy Brown
>
> ----- End forwarded message -----
>
> Cheers,
> Trevor de Clercq
Anonymous
February 17, 2005 9:40:46 PM

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Read the post.

Iain Fraser wrote:
> how small an ensemble we talking?
>
> "Trevor de Clercq" <declerct@IDONTLIKESPAMnewschool.edu> wrote in message
> news:1108657381.d4f2d319d7455b2360fc5e71f8a134fe@teranews...
>
>>Hey folks,
>>
>>I am posting an inquiry about studios in NYC that have a good quality
>>in-house piano and a space that would be conducive to recording a small
>>classical ensemble. This inquiry is for a friend of a friend. I do not
>>know the budget or time frame for this recording, but I'm guessing it's
>>pretty small. So does anyone have any good suggestions? Feel free to
>>e-mail me directly or respond to this posting. Here is the original
>>request I received:
>>
>>----Forwarded message from Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>---
>> Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 21:05:21 -0500 (EST)
>> From: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
>>Reply-To: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
>> Subject: scimembers: NYC studio recommendation needed
>> To: undisclosed-recipients@
>>
>>I am looking for a recommendation on a New York City recording studio.
>>I wil be recording two song cycles, one for baritone, piano, violin,
>>and percussion (mostly marimba), and the other for just baritone and
>>piano. Since the piano is so integral a part of the works, it is important
>>to have a high quality instrument in the studio. Any recommendations
>>appreciated.
>>
>>Timothy Brown
>>
>>----- End forwarded message -----
>>
>>Cheers,
>>Trevor de Clercq
>
>
>
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Anonymous
February 17, 2005 10:15:13 PM

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I tried sending you a messgae direct and was blocked - email me and then i
should be able to send to you


"Trevor de Clercq" <declerct@IDONTLIKESPAMnewschool.edu> wrote in message
news:1108667401.4842cd09fe7c567f3195bd1d2eea8d36@teranews...
> Read the post.
>
> Iain Fraser wrote:
>> how small an ensemble we talking?
>>
>> "Trevor de Clercq" <declerct@IDONTLIKESPAMnewschool.edu> wrote in message
>> news:1108657381.d4f2d319d7455b2360fc5e71f8a134fe@teranews...
>>
>>>Hey folks,
>>>
>>>I am posting an inquiry about studios in NYC that have a good quality
>>>in-house piano and a space that would be conducive to recording a small
>>>classical ensemble. This inquiry is for a friend of a friend. I do not
>>>know the budget or time frame for this recording, but I'm guessing it's
>>>pretty small. So does anyone have any good suggestions? Feel free to
>>>e-mail me directly or respond to this posting. Here is the original
>>>request I received:
>>>
>>>----Forwarded message from Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>---
>>> Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 21:05:21 -0500 (EST)
>>> From: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
>>>Reply-To: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
>>> Subject: scimembers: NYC studio recommendation needed
>>> To: undisclosed-recipients@
>>>
>>>I am looking for a recommendation on a New York City recording studio.
>>>I wil be recording two song cycles, one for baritone, piano, violin,
>>>and percussion (mostly marimba), and the other for just baritone and
>>>piano. Since the piano is so integral a part of the works, it is
>>>important to have a high quality instrument in the studio. Any
>>>recommendations appreciated.
>>>
>>>Timothy Brown
>>>
>>>----- End forwarded message -----
>>>
>>>Cheers,
>>>Trevor de Clercq
>>
>>
Anonymous
February 18, 2005 5:47:44 AM

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Trevor de Clercq wrote:
> Hey folks,
>
> I am posting an inquiry about studios in NYC that have a good quality

> in-house piano and a space that would be conducive to recording a
small
> classical ensemble. This inquiry is for a friend of a friend. I do
not
> know the budget or time frame for this recording, but I'm guessing
it's
> pretty small. So does anyone have any good suggestions? Feel free
to
> e-mail me directly or respond to this posting. Here is the original
> request I received:
>
> ----Forwarded message from Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>---
> Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 21:05:21 -0500 (EST)
> From: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
> Reply-To: Timothy Brown <acecomposer@netzero.net>
> Subject: scimembers: NYC studio recommendation needed
> To: undisclosed-recipients@
>
> I am looking for a recommendation on a New York City recording
studio.
> I wil be recording two song cycles, one for baritone, piano, violin,
> and percussion (mostly marimba), and the other for just baritone and
> piano. Since the piano is so integral a part of the works, it is
> important to have a high quality instrument in the studio. Any
> recommendations appreciated.
>
> Timothy Brown
>
> ----- End forwarded message -----
>
> Cheers,
> Trevor de Clercq


Phillip Glass operates a studio called Glassworks, it's around Broadway
and Houston. I believe they have a Stienway grand there.
Anonymous
February 18, 2005 5:54:36 AM

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here is the contact info:
Euphorbia Productions
632 Broadway, suite 902
New York, NY 10012
Tel: 212 533 1700
Fax: 212 533 1776
!