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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000715.txt from 2000/09

From: "Tony Wakefield" <>
Subj: [kl] Re: Clarinet Smears - Formerly "Gliss"
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2000 07:30:46 -0400

I have now contacted Ian Haystead, (in U.K.) and he has O.K.`d this phone
no. for you to leave messages.
>From the U.S. dial 01144 1932 761155. The video is £15.95 (U.K. Pounds
Stirling). And you will (no doubt)
be required to forward a banker`s draft(?) in advance, also leaving your
forwarding address, when you phone to aquire his address. A bit complicated?
I`m having lunch with him at the end of the week. I`ll see if he has
simplified the process a bit.
Tony W.

> For John Sheridan,
> A couple of enquiries recently, so hear it is again. And for the benefit
> the previous enquiries, I have not managed to contact Ian Haystead yet
> leaving 2 messages, but I will keep trying.
> Best,
> Tony W.

> > There is quite a good video on all the acoustic effects available from,
> and
> > made by Ian Haystead of the U.K. in collaboration with "Reedimensions".
> I`m
> > sure he won`t mind if I pass on his home phone number to you, if you
> > find it (the video) in the U.S. I will do that privately as and when. It
> > covers glissando, vibrato, slap tonguing, lip bends, and circular
> breathing
> > for both clarinet and saxophone. What I do not know is the cost, but
> > guess at around $20 - $25 i.e. £14/15/16?
> > Or a quick outline (nothing comprehensive) play C 3rd space - move to D,
> in
> > the normal way, then relax bottom lip to the extent that the D fingering
> is
> > sounding the C. Then with permanently relaxed/loose/bad/lazy bottom lip
> > embouchure, slide each finger off in turn, quite slowly, until you reach
> the
> > top C fingering. (The right hand fingers slide to the right. Left to the
> > left). This top C fingering is now sounding Bb. With no more fingers to
> > slide off, bring your bottom lip pressure back to normal and your note
> will
> > slide up to the correct pitch of top C. This process will require a
> > practice. Best of luck. Don`t try it when you are in the company of your
> > cat!

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