Recieved from Pushkin Club – re the lecture on Tuesday.
Is there any Brit-Russia member who could help with this?
It should be an extremely interesting lecture.
——– Original Message ——– Subject: Re: Pushkin Club
Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 10:37:30 +0100
From: G Mcburney <[removed]>
To: Peter Tegel <[removed]>
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Sadly I have no transportable audio equipment.
What I need is a GOOD CD player, with a second count on it so I can
find the ins and outs of the different examples. I dare say one of your
members could bring this. Now… a ghetto blaster is NOT enough, where
music is concerned. For good quality sound we will need a proper CD
player with amplifier and 2 separate speakers to be placed either side
of the front of the audience. This would have to be set up at least 45
minutes in advance and properly tested.
Do you have a photocopier there or, even better, do you have a
projector and a screen or white wall for showing PowerPoint or Keynote
images? If these latter, then I could just scan in the texts etc I
need. One way or another, it would be good to have some texts in front
Let me know what you think about all of this. I am sorry to create
problems but this is always what happens when one does a music lecture.
Looking forward to seeing you