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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001050.txt from 1999/04

From: "Ed Maurey" <edsshop@-----.ca>
Subj: [kl] Leblanc Concerto-Opus
Date: Sat, 24 Apr 1999 20:42:21 -0400

I'd like to congradulate Tom Ridenour for designing a clarinet that really
does play in tune!

He had told me personally. He'd stated it right here @-----. He wasn't
exaggerating a bit when he said that his Concerto-Opus clarinets played it
tune without the usual constant adjustments by the player.

I recently tried a Concerto right out of the showcase. I checked it with
an electronic tuner. The needle simply didn't budge. At first I thought
the tuner wasn't working! However, if I tried to make a note sharp or flat
the needle would move. There was a little of the usual flatness on low F
and E, but they were the only out of tune notes all the way up to high G.
It was like playing a freshly tuned piano. Playing such a clarinet would be
a very liberating experience. One could concentrate on all the other
aspects of making music without even subconcious effort at intonation.

Tom has every reason to be proud of his creation.

Ed Maurey

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