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These countries still use a direct descendant of the Mueller clarinet known as the Oehler system clarinet. [59] [60] Also, some contemporary Dixieland players continue to use Albert system clarinets. [61] Other key systems have been developed, many built around modifications to the basic Boehm system: Full Boehm; [62] Mazzeo,; [63] McIntyre; [64] NX; [65] and Reform-Boehm. [66] systems, for example. Pads and corks are new and from our shop in Wichita. Bell is engraved �Wood & Ivy / late / Geo.

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Copies of the fingering charts contained within this site may be created for personal use and distributed in hard copy form to students for educational use only. All other uses, including reproducing portions of this site (including images) on another site, are subject to approval by the webmaster. Reproduction of this material in whole or in part for the purposes of resale or other redistribution is strictly forbidden http://coloradoliving365.com/freebooks/suite-op-19-bass-clarinet-part-qty-2-a-6090. According to a slightly unfunny humor piece in the New Yorker, a fake Gwyneth Paltrow likens her uncoupled relationship with “Cold Play guy” Chris Martin to that of the clarinet and saxophone , e.g. http://the-english-tutor.com/freebooks/power-of-pop-clarinet-bkcd-easy-level-book-with-cd. The instrument plays very well in the key of A, at 440 pitch. Kleinert/Breslau key of Bb, Albert/Oehler System Clarinet, made in Silesia (Breslau). It's a clean and original example with no cracks, no damage. In good original condition. 13 keys and five rings, so you can call this one an "Albert system" or "German system" or even a simplified Oehler , e.g. http://studentsofpakistan.com/library/3-rhapsodies-op-7-rapsodie-bretonne-op-7-bis-nos-1-and-3-orchestra-clarinet-1-and-2-parts. With a ring key you can close holes that are in reach of your fingers but since this enhances the diameter of your fingers, the holes can be drilled to the acoustically optimal size (which you could not close with fingers alone). After this there came numerous steps that you can sum up as mechanical connections between keys that make trills and jumps possible that otherwise would have been very difficult or impossible , cited: http://studentsofpakistan.com/library/trio-in-d-major-opus-87-for-two-flutes-and-alto-flute-or-bb-clarinet-or-viola. Note the inclusion of the saxes after bassoon for this band work. Note also that the separate euphonium part is attached to trombone with a plus sign , source: http://studentsofpakistan.com/library/violin-concerto-op-35-a-bv-243-clarinet-2-part-qty-2-a-5211. Aquired by us with less than 10% of the original lacquer finish, we've burnished out all dings, have given the body two coats of Nikolas acrylic lacquer, to protect the original brass. With a new case this one's truly at "Best Buy" at $3650 Good J. KEILWERTH baritone saxophone, keywork to low Bb, serial number 69,25X, made in Nauheim in 1971 download.

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