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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000782.txt from 1999/04

From: TOM RIDENOUR <klarinet@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] Double Lip Playing-Question for Tom Ridnouer
Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 02:14:32 -0400

>I was told once that if you had the correct embuchure that
>it would not be painful to endure long periods of playing,
>is this true??? (i havent found it to be, then again maybe
>im not playing correctly)
>
>thanks
>Rachael Gillett
>(6 yr clarinet player)

Correct embouchure stresses and a well balanced reed/mouthpiece set up can
enable someone to play for long periods of time, double-lip, with no pain
at all. The real secret is not to bite, that is , not to use the closing
motion of the jaw to control the center and shape of the tone.
Check out my article onthe role of embouchure on my web site:
hppt://home1.gte.net/klarinet/
Biting is to tone what vice is to virtue
tom

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