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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000351.txt from 2002/06

From: Glen Shannon <gshannon@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Lark in the Morning
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 17:55:42 -0400

Hey Bill,

Until their return policy becomes friendlier, though, I advise
against buying anything really expensive.

Glen

>Hey, folks...
>
>Last week I had the pleasure of visiting the Seattle area for my younger
>daughter's high school graduation. While in Seattle I stepped into a store
>called Lark in the Morning (http://www.larkinam.com/).
>
>Many of you probably know about this store already, but I didn't...so I
>enjoyed trying out a tarogato ($3850), and messing around with a metal low G
>clarinet from Turkey ($450), and testing a straight B-flat soprano sax from
>China ($450). I also futzed around with a chalumeau.
>
>My daughter the flute/recorder player fell in love with a sopranino
>recorder, which she ended up taking home as a graduation present ($90).
>
>Anyway, if you are not already familiar with this company, they're a fun
>resource. Oh, and they are a good source for bagpipes, too!
>
>(And yes, Copper River king salmon is worth the money.)
>
>Bill Page
>Kenosha, WI
>
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