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Well, this is different. Just like other instruments he has dreamed up!

Help and info about other instruments / Revisiting the Tin Whistle
« on: December 22, 2019, 06:19:05 PM »
Ok, so I'm going to give it a go again!  I ordered a new Clarke Sweetone in D. My previous attempt was with an old Walton's brass model with a body that's a bit out of round.

Updates (and of course, pics) will follow. The goal here is to learn to play chromatically and take the instrument more seriously than I have initially.   Stay tuned !!

 . . . We're all gonna see this anyway, so I'm posting the link for y'all  :)

Pretty rough shape / missing parts. Just want to keep some records on this one!

All about Clarinets / Textual Clarinet Books (not just pure method)
« on: November 21, 2019, 06:32:00 PM »
Greetings Clarinet enthusiasts, I just wanted to share an online source of Clarinet books that may not be available through the normal channels. These may make a great gift for the clarinetist in your life!

All about Clarinets / SELL - Pedler Custombuilt bass clarinet
« on: March 23, 2019, 09:08:27 AM »
I guess I wont be getting to this one anytime soon. I don't like stuff sitting around anymore so it's up for sale!

 Well, I would have to say "yes" ! 

Judging by the serial number, this appears to be a late 1921 Conn.

What do you peeps say ?

All about Clarinets / Introducing Mozart's Clarinet
« on: December 24, 2018, 08:56:10 AM »
Here's a newly released video from Antony Pay of the OAE.


Is there even a "standard" for this style?  Is it 20 keys?

Ok, I do find the vids from Earspasm Music entertaining and informative, but this particular video is just plain odd!

He soaks a wooden barrel for over half a year and then cuts it in half to see how much oil has been "absorbed". Comments are typical youtube funnyish.

All about Clarinets / Michigan Tech - Physics of Music
« on: October 04, 2017, 08:32:45 AM »
Hey peeps, if you're ever really bored and feel like getting in tune with your inner geek, check out Michigan Tech's web page on the Physics of Music!

I was watching you tube and found a video where the comment section ended up comparing the "power" of saxophones vs. clarinets. Silliness ensued.

It's no contest, they are completely different instruments! Why even bother with comparisons? Just enjoy each one for what it is.

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