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 English horn intonation--brand differences?
Author: mschmidt 
Date:   2020-05-15 01:03

Are there any noticeable brand differences in intonation for English horns? Intonation is, of course, a larger problem for English horns (or cor anglais, for those of you in the Commonwealth--is the plural cors anglais?) than for oboe. I am reasonably happy with my current Loree cor, as it has a much better G# than what I have read should be the case. After my experience with transitioning from an AK Loree to a Royal, however, I am wondering if I could experience a similar sort of uh...grace...from getting a new EH.


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