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 Re: What's left of national schools of playing?
Author: Ed Palanker 
Date:   2019-06-01 16:58

I totally agree. The reason for it of course is a shriking world. Today there are so many more manufactures of all equipment and it is all accessible to everyone around the world. And then there's all the recordings and touring soloist, master classes etc has bought the styles and tones from all countries to other countries. When I was on tour in Germany and Austria many years ago we found a printing of orchestra openings which at the time stateted, Deutch Clarinet required. Not only don't I believe that to be true anymore but in America some players now play German clarinets and Morals is now working with Uebel, who would have thought that 25 years ago?
When I studied with Russianoff in the late 50s early 60s he was upset when someone referred to the NY sound. He thought that referred to Stanley Drucker. At the time NY had great players and teaches from all over the world. French, Russian, English etc. He said there is no NY sound only a world sound and when I asked him who he thinks I should try to emulate he told me to sound like Eddie Palanker. Best advise I ever got.
I did used to have fun impressing my friends at times being able to tell what orchestra was playing on a recording by being able to identify the clarinet player, or at least the country. Not alway but often. Now that's near impossible. America has the world sound. I hear dark, bright, brilliant, dull, beautiful and "ugly" :-) . You name it and it's here. Of course it's a big country with many orchestra's and styles.

ESP eddiesclarinet.com

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