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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000031.txt from 1999/01

From: "Dee D. Hays" <deehays@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] re:fingering chart
Date: Sat, 2 Jan 1999 09:57:44 -0500

-----Original Message-----
From: David Blumberg <reedman@-----.com>
Date: Saturday, January 02, 1999 7:33 AM
Subject: [kl] re:fingering chart

>From: Victor Chen <clarinettist@-----.com>
>Subject: [kl]online fingering chart
>Message-ID: <368DC1C7.720B78DD@-----.com>
>Does anyone know of a good online fingering chart? I need one that
>shows a lot of alternate fingerings, not just one for beginner. Thanks.
>-Victor
>
>=========================================================================
>
>Go get Tom Ridenour's fingering book "Clarinet Fingerings, A comprehensive
>guide for the performer and educator" published by Leblanc. It has 16
>fingerings for A#3, and gives examples of what pieces (down to the exact
>measure) to use them for, and their advantages, disadvantages. Really good
>stuff, not at all expensive. (but not online like you asked for).

If you are in a hurry and your local store doesn't have this book, most band
instrument stores will have the Ruband ADVANCED Method books or the COMPLETE
Klose Method Book. These come with extensive fingering charts (altissimo G
has 10 possibilities). The Rubank has a really convenient trill chart in
the middle (quick, how do you trill clarion Ab to Bb easily). These volumes
also have a wealth of study material in them.

Of course you should still get the Ridenour book.

Dee Hays
Canton, SD

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