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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000115.txt from 1999/04

From: "Dee D. Hays" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Trying again with Triebert
Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 15:16:12 -0500

-----Original Message-----
From: Timothy J. Tikker <>
Date: Friday, April 02, 1999 7:13 AM
Subject: [kl] Trying again with Triebert

>Hello list,
>I posted something a while ago about my newly-gotten C Albert clarinet by
>Triebert (I tried putting the acute accent on the first "e" but it came
>through mangled). I got no response at all.
>Is it really that nobody out there knows a thing about this firm?
>- Timothy Tikker

There is a very good chance that is true. Unless it's listed in the
Langwell Index, you will have a very difficult time finding out anything
about it. Have you checked this book? It 's rather expensive so most of us
don't have one but the webmaster of the bulletin board does. In the first
half of this century, there were thousands of small clarinet makers in the
world. Another huge group of instruments were the stencil horns (made by
one company and then branded with a retailers name such as Sears, Carl
Fischer, etc). The stencil horns are particularly difficult to trace as to
who made them and when.

Dee Hays
Canton, SD

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