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 Re: klezmer set-up
Author: Tom Puwalski 
Date:   2005-09-15 01:54

I play a Berger refaced Zinner A blank with a 103 opening and about 36 first gauge number. I'll play a recital, a recording session and a Bar Mitsva with the same mouthpiece and reed. You don't need anything different play klezmer. A great clarinet sound is a great sound no matter what you're playing with it. Now style, tunes, ornaments and knowing the music is another matter.

Tom Puwalski, former Principal clarinetist with US Army Field Band, author of "The Clarinetists Guide to Klezmer" and clarinetis with "The Atonement" The hottest Klezmer band on the east coast!

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