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 RE: Stubborn? Yes
Author: Nakata 
Date:   1999-09-16 22:23

I think why most people don't like the
LH key is because they are not used to,
when they first start playing clarinet,
they were not trained to use that key and
after they have master other method like
key sliding, they are proud of their skill
and think the key is unnecessary and want
to keep their key sliding skill necessary
and thus valauble. also the key position
will be slightly different with the Eb lever
however it is all because they were not trained
to use the key, come on clarinetist, open up
your mind and your next generation clarinetist
can learn much quicker in sight reading. you
just don't need to think of the patterns of
the notes and which key to use, you can always
start with the key you are used to when you
practice your scale.
anyway many people will fire at me after that
*sigh* ... playing clarinet without the LH lever
key is just like eating pasta without a spoon
you will still be able to eat it, and if you
are not used to use the spoon in addition to
the fork, you will hate it..hahahahaha

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