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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000265.txt from 2004/08

From: Nancy Buckman <eefer@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] Order in the court (of clarinet)
Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 02:05:10 -0400

At 09:09 PM 8/9/2004, you wrote:
>Also, I was taught to put my clarinet together upper/lower first, then bell,
>barrel, and lastly mouthpiece. I have noticed that the "official" way is
>lower/bell, then upper/barrel, then upper/lower and last the mouthpiece.
>Does it make that much difference? Or was I just taught wrong?

Official? Whatever two pieces I pick up first are the two that go together
first (unless I pick up pieces that aren't sequential in fit). Sometimes I
start at the top, sometimes in the middle and sometimes at the bottom. If
that is considered wrong, then I will be doing it wrong forever. I have no
plans to change. And if you choose to do something out of the norm, that
doesn't mean it is wrong. If it works for you, then it is OK. Remember,
you are a "Rose". There is never *anything* wrong with a rose!

Nancy (my grandmother was named Rose and she was perfect)

Nancy Buckman
Principal Clarinet / Orchestra AACC
eefer@-----.net

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