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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000844.txt from 2000/07

From: "Jay Webler" <webler@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] Carbonare's Selmer
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 09:32:25 -0400

Even if the perfect Clarinet was built, someone would find something
wrong for two reasons: 1. Some people just feel compelled to disagree
just to maintain their own autonomy. 2. The ear is imperfect and varies
from invidual to individual. It's like trying to find the perfect set of
speakers.
What was perfect in the store becomes an anoyance at home.

Besides, the perfect Clarinet will still require a perfect embouchure and
a sufficient supply of air or it would end up sounding like no better than a
Bundy.

Jay Webler

----- Original Message -----
.
> >
> > What is most mystifying to me is that no great maker of clarinets,
whether
> > it be Buffet, Selmer or Leblanc, has ever been able to put together a
> TOTAL
> > package, having a great instrument, a great barrel and a mouthpiece that
> all
> > would kill for.
> >

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