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 fingering and Key terminology
Author: Library Geek 
Date:   2009-02-18 13:52

Hello. I did a quick search on this but couldn't find anything.

I play the Bb clarinet, and am just starting on a Bass Clarinet. I've read a lot on these boards about keys and fingering, and come across terminology like "C6" and "2nd line" [some note], and key [as clarinet key] names like "A/Bb key". Is there any charts or articles that talk about his terminology, or a link to a website. I'm familiar with some of it (like the G# key). Maybe its on these boards and I just didn't search correctly.


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 Re: fingering and Key terminology
Author: Mark Charette 2017
Date:   2009-02-18 13:54

http://www.wfg.woodwind.org/clarinet/cl_fing.html is a pretty good reference.

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 Re: fingering and Key terminology
Author: Library Geek 
Date:   2009-02-18 14:03

Thanks so much. I knew there had to be something.


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