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 Re: Greek Style Clarinet
Author: Kalakos 
Date:   2005-09-27 15:06

Hi, Bass:
Yes; you must be Bassam!! Hello again.
Try starting with a #1 reed, even Rico Royale. Many Greek musicians use 1 or 1 1/2 reeds. You shouldn't have to shave the reed any more.
I don't know of any dvd's etc. for lessons unfortunately.
Put the ligature between the lines that are usually present. Most Greeks use the lower lip and upper teeth type of embouchure, but don't hold the clarinet down close to the body like classical musicians do (they hold it with the bell more up and away from the body. That does tend to change the emboucure as well.
I hope you are making progress with the klarino!!!
Good luck.

Kalakos
Kalakos Music
http://www.TAdelphia.com



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