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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001587.txt from 1999/01

From: TOM RIDENOUR <klarinet@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] new purchase?
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 1999 07:25:41 -0500

>Well, Tom, the point of my response was to draw attention to
>the fact that your descriptions...of "a more mature, flexible
>tone" are no more helpful or informative than when such verbiage
>is used in a mail order catalogue. Should such meaningless words
>for describing a clarinet's characteristics assume greater credi-
>bility simply because your name is associated with them? I don't
>think so. If you're going to describe clarinets that way, expect
>a few reactions of disdain for a lack of objective information to
>clarify. The only conclusion I drew from your original statement
>was, after reading it, that I was no closer to understanding the
>qualities of the Sonata clarinet than if you had never submitted
>your post in the first place.
>
>Neil
>
Subjectivity is used in describing tone of necessity; we do it all the
time. "More mature" is indicative of something fuller, deeper, with more
fundamental and flexibility; as a man's voice is compared to a boys.
I would think that is so obvious to anyone who would reflect a bit. But
what is obvious to one is not to another. Sorry to be do vague. But just
as a request, please just ask for clarification and cut the "mumbo-jumbo"
stuff. It's not necessary.
tom

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