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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000362.txt from 2001/05

From: agalper <agalper@-----.com>
Subj: [kl] more Vandoren magazine
Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 16:08:57 -0400

More Vandoren Magazine

The following words are spoken by Karl Leister for many years the
principal of the Berlin Phil.
"Sometimes when the reed is too hard, I place a little piece of paper
beneath the heel of the reed. That makes the tip come closer to the tip
of the mouthpiece and it's easier to play.
To find your reeds you have to wet them and then play them for 10
minutes, one after the other.
Do not play a reed for 5 hours or else you'll kill it!
Some reeds work very well. Use others for practice. Do not practice on
a very good reed.
Save it for the concert!

--
Avrahm Galper
CLARINET TONE TECHNIQUE AND STACCATO
CLARINET UPBEAT SCALES AND ARPEGGIOS
EINE KLEINE KLEZMER MUSIK
Sales at:luyben@-----.com
(816) 753-7111
http://www.avrahm-galper.sneezy.org

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