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 Re: slap tongue
Author: Jarmo Hyvakko 
Date:   2018-03-18 10:06

That is easily fixed by shaping your tongue so, that it won't cover the edges of the reed, when articulating, controlling the amount of saliva in your mouth while playing and learning the proper way to attack the sound: the sound doesn't begin by hitting the reed by your tongue, it starts by letting the air pressured by your abdominal muscles go into the instrument by quickly releasing your tongue resting on the reed.

Jarmo Hyvakko, Principal Clarinet, Tampere Philharmonic, Finland

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