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 Re: What's left of national schools of playing?
Author: seabreeze 
Date:   2019-06-05 22:54

David,

I think you've got it right. The brands rather than the countries are "showing what they've got." Don't forget the Devon and Burgani clarinet from Brazil. Try a few at the ICA! The Fluency model has separate vents for the throat Bb and the register key and the tone color is very distinctive in three different choices of wood. It's not nation states that clarinetists are representing in their playing, either my choice or ascription, any more. It's international and anyone can buy anything they like (money of course being essential to the transaction) in this "Brave New World" in accord with personal preference. Players come from all over the world to study with Gilad, and eventually legions will have studied with him or one of his many students, but that won't make them adherents to an "American" or "(Los) Angeleno" school of playing.



Post Edited (2019-07-25 00:00)

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