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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001000.txt from 2003/06

From: Tony@-----.uk (Tony Pay)
Subj: Re: [kl] Utilizing vibrato; was, Cohler's vibrato article
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 17:58:16 -0400

On Thu, 26 Jun 2003 14:07:45 -0700, DUFFYL@-----.CA said:

> What I have always enjoyed in dePeyer's concept is his ability to
> attack and create a believable phrase. Some clarinetists sort of just
> play too smooth depending on the music, with dePeyer there is always
> the feeling the sound is suited to the phrase.
>
> He always plays with a fine sense of rythmn as well.

Yes, I agree.

> I do know professionals who cannot produce or do not want to produce
> any vibrato for anything! It may make it tricky depending on the work
> they want to do...

Yes, though I've never known it happen in a non-jazz context, and I
can't speak for the other.

When I joined the RPO in 1968, the ancient double-bass principal said to
me after a few weeks, Tony, how do you do a vibrato on the clarinet? So
I said, well, there are various ways, why?

And he said, well, we like clarinet vibrato in this orchestra.

But I didn't do anything about it, and no-one ever mentioned it to me
again.

Tony
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