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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000122.txt from 2001/04

From: Roger Shilcock <roger.shilcock@-----.uk>
Subj: Re: [kl] What you can say about vibrato
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2001 11:02:31 -0400

It's in Jack Brymer's book "The Clarinet", but no source is named.
Roger Shilcock

In message <Marcel-1.53-0406134102-d07%vsP@-----.org writes:
> Dear Roger,
>
> >However, it does not support the use of vibrato for clarinet in the 18th o=
> r 19th=20
> >centuries as a common (or uncommon) performance practice for that time=20
> >period. In fact, the lack of any writing from that time period referencin=
> g=20
> >vibrato on the clarinet is more supportive of the lack of it as a=20
> >performance practice than anything else we have (or have not) seen.
> =20
> I believe this is a generalisation covering too wide a period of music hist=
> ory.
> In fact there is evidence through one of M=FChlfeld's relatives (who heard =
> the=20
> great man play) that M@-----.=20
> The interviewer of the time(probably American) disbelieving this assertion=
> =20
> even attempted to correct the notion by asking 'don't you mean rubato?'
> "No, he played with vibrato" came back the reply.
>
> Trouble is I don't remember the source for this. Could have been a piece of=
> =20
> research carried out by Andrew Lyle for a BBC programme about Keith=20
> Puddy playing M=FChlfeld's Baermann - Ottensteiner clarinets with Brahms
> own piano - about ten years ago I believe. Further research necessary -=20
> anyone hear the original broadcast? We might be able to take late 19th
> Century German music out of the vibrato debate.
> May be Tony Pay will.
> Best wishes
> Nick
>
>
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