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Festival Information
The Quinte Rotary Music Festival Committee extends a warm welcome to the participants of our Annual Music Festival, their families and friends.

Since the festival's inception in 1968, we have had the privilege of welcoming over 20,000 talented musicians to this competition, some of whom have made music their careers. The talent in the Quinte area is exceptional and we take pride in playing an important part by offering this opportunity to the musicians.
Music Acquisition for Classes 3151 and 3151
It has come to our attention that these classes have music recommended that is not easily available. Please not that Frederick Harris Music has given photocopy permission to anyone wishing to prepare this duet (Class 3157) . Michael Faulkner owns one original copy as does Pinnacle Music Studios, and an accompanying letter will be sent from Frederick Harris stating that any participant may use the photocopy as they recently stopped printing this particular book. Any participant who is interested in this class may also email Michael (r.michael.faulkner@gmail.com)
and he will be glad to include a scanned copy of the music and as soon as the accompanying photocopy permission letter arrives. He will be glad to send a scanned copy of this as well. He will also provide Janet Harnden, at Pinnacle Music Studios, with a copy of the photocopy permission letter which can be accompanied by anyone interested in participating in this class. Because of this there is no need at all to substitute this class.

Class 3151 is definitely in print and available from numerous publishing houses online and music stores. The order number for the book is HL.311350 (Hal Leonard Publishing). For any interested participants if there is no copy currently at Pinnacle Music Studios Michael is glad to send along a scanned copy of the music for them to begin work on while they order the book. Using Google he has located copies of this duet book at Amazon, Boosey.com, sheetmusicplus, Hal Leonard online and dozens more websites by typing in the name of the duet book (Classical Theme Duets) and arranger who is Phillip Keveren. Because of this there is no need to substitute this class.