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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000209.txt from 1997/09

From: "Dr. Ronald P. Monsen" <RPMONS00@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: Thanks
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 08:28:24 -0400

Ifmemory serves me right Robert Stark composed a series of tutors which
gave many etudes to study various clarinet transpositions--someone out
there remember? I do know that certain C parts will work very well on
the A clarinet--you read the c part as if it was bass cleff--not the
octave but the note names--for instance a C clarinet part in C--is
read on the A clarinet as if it was written in Eb--this takes some
getting used to--but it works and some parts go down better this way.
I have a very fine C--but when playing second for many seasons in the
orchestra I did not use it if both parts were for C--the tone quality
was not a good match. Ron Monsen

   
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