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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000191.txt from 2003/10

From: Georg.Kuehner@-----.de (Georg K=?ISO-8859-1?B?/A==?=hner)
Subj: Re: [kl] banana/sliver key
Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2003 08:59:12 -0400

> Elise Curran wrote:
>>> ...I also once had a teacher who said that you used the side key going up
> the
>>> chromatic scale, but the sliver key going down, because of the ways your
>>> hands move. >
>
>> I tend to do it the other way, but I'm certainly not going to suggest that
>> that makes my method superior. Just the way it works for me.
>> Bill Hausmann
>
> I use the sliver key going both ways, but only when playing
> a fast chromatic scale. I rarely use it any other time.
> Sue
>

Frm time to time I go through books for beginners and I play through the
whole volumes. The interesting thing is that I notice my personal
difficulties stepping back to an absolute minimal level. So I go through
these things get more and more accustomed to keys I normally don't use.

I had to think about a lesson a long time ago where I asked my teacher how
to play the -b-c-b-c-b-c .. In the beginning of the Mozart concerto.

There are different possibilities to use on Oehler clarinet. He smiled at me
and started to play every possibility and each possible mixture of the
different possibilities. He stated :"Try make all of them sound as if there
is no difference"

Best Georg

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