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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000815.txt from 2000/07

From: HatNYC62@-----.com
Subj: Re: [kl] Carbonare's Selmer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2000 18:17:38 -0400

In a message dated 7/23/00 4:15:40 PM, klarinet-digest-help@-----.org writes:

<< Antoine T. Clark says:-
"I am not trying to suggest that Selmers don't play in tune but I have heard
that all clarinets lines such as Buffet, Yamaha, Leblanc, and Selmer, have
there troubling characteristics."

Does anyone have the in depth knowledge/experience to advise Klarinettists`
of what these characteristic differences are, in both comparing <different>
manufacturers, and also within the <individual> instruments? >>

It's generally simple. Clarinets don't play out of tune, clarinetists play
out of tune. The clarinet itself can make life harder or easier for the
player. A great technician with very detailed knowledge of how to adjust
pitch issues can help any instrument get closer. . .provided an excellent
player is guiding the way. The mouthpiece and barrel play a big role as well.
The ears are the real guide, though.

David Hattner, NYC

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