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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000202.txt from 1993/12

From: Tom Ascher <U15310@-----.EDU>
Subj: Re: cyrogenics
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1993 11:19:55 -0500

This discussion seems to be going in the direction of clarinet-high-end.
Similar to discussions of high-end-audio where people claim that speaker
wire made of solid gold with the electrons all lined up in the same
direction sounds better than ordinary copper wire...

A key question, I would think, is the degree that the clarinet itself
vibrates, as opposed to the column of air. Now, I know that with a
violin, or cello, or guitar, the vibration of the instrument itself
is a substantive contributer to the production of sound. I don't
know to what extent this is true of the clarinet. But, would be
interested to know!

   
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