Advertising and Web Hosting on Woodwind.Org!

Klarinet Archive - Posting 000492.txt from 2004/10

From: "Jim Lytthans" <>
Subj: [kl] Orsi Clarinets
Date: Sun, 17 Oct 2004 23:02:23 -0400

I wrote Orsi for a price list and received this charming e-mail back:

<Dear Dott. Lytthans

thank you for your e-mail

Annex we send you page with prices of our clarinets.
Please not exitate to contact us for every other informations.

Best regards
Prof. Romeo Orsi Srl
International Division>

Hey, it's a lot better than my Italian.... or sometimes my English! I used
Babelfish to sent my request in Italian. It probably wasn't as good as
their reply. Their e-mail address is: info@-----.
Interesting instruments, especially the G. Verdi model. No barrel, with
replaceable upper ferrules below the mouthpiece, and a bell that screws on.
Orsi even makes a darling metal =
clarinet, just like the one I began on, back in the '50s. It's a Boehm and
is available in lacquer finish or in Sterling silver (+20%). Great for the
Dixieland player, or someone who just wants to shake up his orchestra
conductor. I wonder how good the German system clarinets are? Better than
the Amati's, I hope.

Just played the Strauss Serenade, Gounod Petite Symphony and the Mozart Gran
Partitta (Dan, spelling? You missed your pizza) today. Good concert
overall. But just a bit too much playing. I'm soaking my chops in a
Martini on the rocks. It helps......
Jim Lytthans
Anaheim, CA

Klarinet is a service of Woodwind.Org, Inc.

     Copyright © Woodwind.Org, Inc. All Rights Reserved    Privacy Policy    Contact