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 What's the difference between albert and oheler?
Author: masel 
Date:   2007-03-12 08:02

I just started learning clarinet and am going to buy one. My teacher is a self-taught virtuoso, he plays amazing, the only problem is he does not seem to know that there is the albert and oheler systems. At least that's what I think, the language we speak to eachother is not his mother tongue. He simply refers to "german" system or "french". I THINK he plays the oheler and he found one for me to buy, he can fluently play quarter tones on it etc. I am wondering though he easy it will be for me, and whether it would be easier on an albert.

What are the physical differences?

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