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 what was Marcellus's set up
Author: Fan 
Date:   1999-07-30 19:05

as title.. does any one know?

Fan

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 RE: what was Marcellus's set up
Author: Ken Shaw 
Date:   1999-07-30 21:40

Fan wrote:
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as title.. does any one know?

Fan


Fan -

Marcellus played a set of Buffet R-13s that had been set up by Hans Moennig. Apparently the alterations were very extensive. There was a series of postings on the Klarinet board recently by Alvin Swiney, a repairman who was apprenticing with Moennig at the time. Search in the Klarinet archives under Marcellus and Moennig to find them. A good one is at http://www.sneezy.org/Databases/Logs/1999/05/000596.txt

Search on Moennig and Swiney for an excellent series of descriptions of Moennig's work.

Have fun. Subscribe to the Klarinet list if you're not already on it. It's completely different from this board - lots of professional players and college professors, with lively and often furious debates.

Ken Shaw

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 RE: what was Marcellus's set up
Author: Greg 
Date:   1999-07-31 05:26



Fan wrote:
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as title.. does any one know?

Fan

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Clarinets: Buffet/Moennig R13: A from 1958 serial 45451
Bb - several
Barrel: Hand turned Moennig: A 67mm
Bb 68mm
Mouthpieces: Mostly Frank Kaspar of Chicago/Cicero. Mozart Concerto recording of October 21st, 1961 on a Chicago Kaspar. Also earlier in his career, Woodwind G8 ( A Chedeville Co. blank), Crystal GG brand (Capriccio Espagnol recording from 1958)and a short time double lipped on a Frank L. Kaspar of Ann Arbor in 1965(which he cared for less)and early on (1953 - 54) - a Meloir (Bonade brand).

Reeds: Early: Meloir, Vandoren. After 1960 - Morre German 2.5 strength - 12.5 or 12.6 tip width...sometimes Vandoren.

Ligature: Bonade inverted for alot of his 20 year career in Cleveland...later on with the center of it cut out.


Greg Smith


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