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unloading music librarby asking 4 ideas on best, easiest options. (Read 799 times)

Offline lontano

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I am in a new stage of life and eliminating many piano scores I no longer have use for.
My library is rather vast and needs a cleaning. Transfering to the best receiver is always a tricky task sort of like memorizing complex scores themselves.
I live in Manchester, CT. Obvious choices are other libraries if they even want scores that are much easier and cheaper to acquire than most of these. I still have some rare treasures I will never give away or sell. Just some advice. TY. Lontano
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Offline iansinclair

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Re: unloading music librarby asking 4 ideas on best, easiest options.
«Reply #1 on: October 05, 2016, 01:14:23 AM »
May I suggest you try one of the Connecticut Arts Magnet schools?  There are at least four I can think of right off hand.  Look at http://www.sde.ct.gov/sde/cwp/view.asp?a=2681&q=335104 for the full list of magnet schools; they are listed there with contact information.  You could also contact the Hartt School at the University of Hartford, or Yale University.

I'd consider looking at what you have myself -- but I have more music than I'll ever look at as it stands!
Ian