[Dixielandjazz] HIgh SOciety, was Copyright

D and R Hardie darnhard at ozemail.com.au
Sun Jun 10 01:23:40 PDT 2007

Hi Steve,
                The original piccolo part I have is in D and as you say 
it differs from the Picou  or Johnny Dodds solos  except for the 
beginning. I'd like to see the whole 1901 arrangement as I only have 
the piccolo part. Is it possible? There is a second story that Piccolo 
player Bab Frank was really the composer of the so called Picou 
adaptation of the piccolo part.
best wishes
Dan Hardie


On Sunday, June 10, 2007, at 04:46  AM, eupher dude wrote:

> By calling it "march", or one step, or polka, that would have been one 
> way to get around copyright at the time.  It shouldn't have worked, 
> but I'd bet it did.
> We have an arrangement (Turpintyme Ragsters   www.turpintyme.com) 
> based on the 1901 band arrangement, using piccolo.  Then, we break 
> into a quasi-dixie feel and clarinet playes a solo based on a Dodds 
> 1923 recording.  There's little similarity between any of the many 
> clarinet solos I've heard and the original piccolo part, aside from 
> the first bar!
> steve
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