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 Turkish Clarinet
Author: gregsquared 
Date:   2008-03-12 14:57

I've been playing a lot of G clarinet lately. I have a Ripamonti albert system instrument. The sound of this instrument is sufficient, but not satisfying. I've played Souren Baronian's Orsi which both sounded and felt much better. I've been casually looking on the web for a better instrument. I know that Amati makes a G, but I've never had the opportunity to play one. Last year I took a lesson from Selim Sesler when he was in NYC. He had a Turkish-made instrument that played and felt as good as the Souren's Orsi. Unfortunately, I don't recall the brand. Anyone familiar with a Turkish clarinet manufacturer that makes high-quality, wood instruments, with a Turkish name? Thanks, G2.



Post Edited (2008-03-12 15:18)

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