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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000145.txt from 1997/12

From: Jennifer Rose McKenna <jrm0013@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: clarinets for beginners who want to be better
Date: Fri, 5 Dec 1997 12:39:59 -0500

i agree with that..yamaha makes great student horns..their
flutes and sax's are great..clarinets are of poorer
quality..but they're still good for beginners..after awhile
when they form their embouchure its different..they need a
good setup and they should be fine...the buffet beggining
instruments are great too.. although they are slightly more
money..stick with the yamahas they're good

jennifer mckenna
jrm0013@-----.edu
university of north texas
clarinet concentration/music ed major

On Thu, 04 Dec 1997 15:23:24 -0500 "Craig E. G. Countryman"
<cegc@-----.net> wrote:
> Stick with the Yamaha! I started after about six months of playing on
> my first interemediate model Yamaha. Since then, I have really
> progressed, and the instrument has served me very well for two and a
> half years now. There are other very good instruments out there, but
> the Yamaha was very economical for me, but at the same time gave
> excellent results.
>
> --
> Craig Countryman
> 1998 Florida 11th and 12th Grade All-State Band
> ICQ Uin: 1106304
>
> Point to Ponder:
>
> "...what thwarts us and demands of us the
> greatest effort is also what can
> teach us most." -Andre' Gide

   
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