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 Bass Clarinet Double High A and Bb
Author: pmgoff78 
Date:   2006-04-20 00:44


Not the altissimo A with 4 ledger lines... the one above that. Any takers?

Also, not the Altissimo Bb with 5 ledger lines, but the one above that.


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 Re: Bass Clarinet Double High A and Bb
Author: Tobin 
Date:   2006-05-02 03:38

From the classic article by Thomas Aber and Terje Lerstad: "Altissimo register fingerings for the bass clarinet"

A = T 123 1 3 w/ Lt hand throat-tone G# key and Rt hand Eb/Ab key
T Lt hand throat-tone G# key/Lt hand sliver key & Rt hand Eb/Ab key/Two lower right side keys

Bb = T 1 3 w/ Lt hand pushing throat tone A key & Rt hand Eb/Ab key
T 12 w/ Rt hand Eb/Ab key & last right hand side key.

Sorry about the directions. Couldn't think of a better way to write it. Shoot me an email if you have questions.

good luck!

BTW...What piece?

Gnothi Seauton

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 Re: Bass Clarinet Double High A and Bb
Author: pmgoff78 
Date:   2006-05-05 22:37

Four Octave scales actually. Thanks for the tidbit, but I have the article, actually the backordered magazine. That fingering sucks for me. I don't know why, but it does. Both of them. I thank you either way.

BTW - I couldn't write the directions any better!

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