QUOTE(thouston @ Apr 1 2011, 03:43 PM)
I used my teacher's version as second copies for some, already had 2 of a couple of others (because of being in compilations), one was a Schubertline download so not exactly expensive to buy 2 (I printed off copies of the email payment receipt and attached it to the copy so the examiners could see they were bona fide) and had to bite the bullet and buy second copies of about 3 pieces.
I gave these to my teacher afterwards as a thankyou (she also accompanied me).
It was quite expensive but paled in comparison to the price of the Dip, the price of however many lessons to get to that stage, the price of 10 CDs with renditions of my pieces/other works by same composer that I wanted to hear...
Doing a Dip is just a very very expensive business...
I bought everynote versions of a couple of them, whilst we were deciding on the pieces, which according to everynote I can copy as many times as I want - but they are really bad to read so I'm going to have to buy book copies of them. I have a few from schubertline, so these I will repurchase, and 3 that are in books from my teacher so will ask the publishers for them, and 2 that I have in books too.
Yes, it's definately expensive! Thanks for the info, helpful.