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 Re: which clarinet?
Author: Haegar 
Date:   2004-01-15 09:14

Hi zabu,

my clarinet teacher who introduced me to the world of klezmer plays a german system and I play klezmer on my boehm system - there is no difference at all for playing klezmer, you must feel comfortable withe the system / keywork.

Btw. I think the "classical" klezmer clarinet could be the "albert" system, because of the period of time when klezmer and clarinet met???

I think a c clarinet to start with is a little bit difficult, because there are no "classical" clarinet books are available in "C", but on the other hand side even here in gemany (many real/fake books are not available for legal reasons) there are some nice collections of klezmer sheet available.

Btw. I think we just talk about these issues ;-)))



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