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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000145.txt from 1997/12

From: Jennifer Rose McKenna <>
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
university of north texas
clarinet concentration/music ed major

On Thu, 04 Dec 1997 15:23:24 -0500 "Craig E. G. Countryman"
<> 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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