[JPL] Pronouncers

Al Karia jctrane at gmail.com
Wed Sep 12 17:04:54 EDT 2007


bloomDido...just like its spelled.."bloom- DEE- doe".
as for the other (klactoveedesteen): If this is actually a German/Dutch
word, I'd say
    "klak-toe-FEED-us-steen"...(Of course, if the term is actually an inside
joke, all bets are off!!      Gene Abkarian   KRFC


On 9/12/07, Hans Ahlstrom <hahlstro at nmu.edu> wrote:
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> I embarrassed to ask how to pronounce a couple of tunes:
>
> Bloomdio
> and
> Klactoveedesteen
>
> Is there a website out there that provides pronouncers for jazz tunes and
> performers?
>
> Thanks
>
> Hans
> WNMU-FM
> Marquette, MI
>
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