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 How old is it?
Author: Tiffany 
Date:   1999-09-01 03:19

My parents just bought me a brand of clarinet I have never heard of. The name of the instrument is a NORMANDY. I have looked all over to find out more about this brand name, but I can't find any. So if any one can help me I would be grateful.
Thank you,
Tiffany H.

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 RE: How old is it?
Author: Dee 
Date:   1999-09-01 03:25

Normandy is line manufactured by Leblanc (one of the four main makers of quality instruments). Early on, Leblanc made this of plastic as its beginner grade instrument. When Leblanc introduced the Vito for beginners, they upgraded the Normany to a step up instrument and changed the material to wood.

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