TULSTasmanian University Law Society (Australia)
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PG Legal consultant Andrew Perriman, who is also a senior lecturer within TULS, said: "SSI workers who think they should be included within the application need to act quickly and get in touch with the Law Clinic or PG Legal as there is a real risk of them missing out."
West Midlands Police said the instrument was stolen with other items, including a TV and jewellery, from Miss Tuls' home on Monday.
His eventual replacement, Gretha Tuls, a marvellous player, has stayed for less time than it took to find her, moving sideways to the Halle (where they at least know they have a principal conductor - ex-CBSO principal guest conductor Mark Elder - settled there for many years to come), perhaps partly because of acoustic problems being sat directly in front of the CBSO brass.
His reading of Falstaff, a masterpiece valedictory in tone, was sensitive to mood, allowing so much character to come from the players themselves (Laurence Jackson's dreamy violin, Eduardo Vassallo's avuncular cello, Gretha Tuls' sorrowing bassoon, Cliff Pick's so-sensitive timpanism - and such beefy, generous sounds from all the rest) as he unfolded this sad old man's story with such clarity of texture and richness of colour.
Particularly outstanding in the orchestral contribution were the bassoon solos of Gretha Tuls, and the beefy basses in the finale.
Despite a few fluffs, wind solos were effectively eloquent, Jonathan Barrett's delivery of the andante's famous horn solo gloriously expansive, Gretha Tuls' bassoon alert with personality.
The extraordinary presentation of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring was a total triumph, from the confident orchestral opening by the CBSO under the clear direction of Ilan Volkov (what fabulous delivery by Gretha Tuls of that notorious high bassoon solo), through the mesmerically controlled movements of dancer Julia Mach, and the brilliant realisation of his own choreography by the concept designer and artistic director Klaus Obermaier.
The score demands telling contributions from section leaders and there were many noteworthy solos from wind and brass, but bassoonist Gretha Tuls deserves a special mention.