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 What's left of national schools of playing?
Author: ruben 
Date:   2019-06-01 10:07

Around 50 years ago, French clarinetists sounded French: rather reedy and bright (Jacques Lancelot, U. Delecluse, etc;). Italians played double-lip and played Italian instruments. The English played Boosey and Hawkes 1010s and played with a very distinctive vibrato. We could go on and on (Russians, Czechs, the Dutch...). I think the clarinet has never been played better than it is today, but tone and style have become globalized. Is this to be bemoaned?

rubengreenbergparisfrance@gmail.com


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