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    On the Woodwind forum our own Dibbs Dibblewaite...

    On the Woodwind forum our own Dibbs Dibblewaite ID'd this as a csaken.

    The csakan (or czakan) is a type of woodwind instrument that was popular in Vienna in the early 19th century.[1]
    A type of...
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    Some clarinets, especially vintage ones are made...

    Some clarinets, especially vintage ones are made of a substance called Bakelite. So you might start here: How to Glue Bakelite.

    Good luck.
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    Back on topic, I got a referral to check to see...

    Back on topic, I got a referral to check to see if a sax player who had played with Maynard Ferguson was available to join my non-profit band. My first question is, why would he? He could probably...
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    Van, help us help you...

    Van, help us help you. Seriously.
  5. Lamps might be cool. 25122513

    Lamps might be cool.

    25122513
  6. Interesting, a music project or for use in art?

    Interesting, a music project or for use in art?
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    Welcome Jos. Interesting site, I'll be a while...

    Welcome Jos. Interesting site, I'll be a while exploring. :)
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    Nicely stated. When I played the tarogato I had,...

    Nicely stated. When I played the tarogato I had, I always had in the back of my mind that I preferred the soprano sax for intonation and consistency. But then, it was a Yani B992 which is probably...
  9. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Celebrating Sax ~ Instruments and Innovation

    This special display of instruments made by three generations of the Sax family marks the bicentenary of the birth of Adolphe Sax. Rare saxophones, brass instruments, and an exquisite ivory clarinet...
  10. Thread: Hello

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    Greetings Cristiano. Are you a musician? What...

    Greetings Cristiano. Are you a musician? What instrument do you play?
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    You might check out Clarinet Perfection...

    You might check out Clarinet Perfection, it's one of my favs. I can't imagine you will get very much from this Noblet.
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    That's the problem, not every instrument has an...

    That's the problem, not every instrument has an obvious price. Newer instruments tend to be easier to price. If you are the one selling it what are you willing to sell it for? If you find the right...
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    Did you check eBay perchance?

    Did you check eBay perchance?
  14. Do you have a friend or band mate who plays bass...

    Do you have a friend or band mate who plays bass clarinet? Maybe you can sit with them to work this out, should be difficult. I'm in Seattle if you in that part of the world.
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    How does it compare to playing say, a bass...

    How does it compare to playing say, a bass clarinet? I like my tarogato, but not as much as the sax and clarinet. But I certainly could have gotten more used to it if there were more playing...
  16. Nice!

    Nice!
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    Looks to be decent prices if you are in the...

    Looks to be decent prices if you are in the market for one of these:

    http://smile.amazon.com/Altieri-Clarinet-Double-Pocket-Single/dp/B0002FOGCG/ref=sr_1_2
    ...
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    Notation Software Update

    Upgrade bottom line:

    SIBELIUS
    If you use Sibelius 7, I think that's a good version to stick with for now. (that's the version I use for most of my work.)
    If you use Sibelius 7.5, that's fine...
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    Sticky: A kinda rare recording of the Shekomeko Shuffle...

    A kinda rare recording of the Shekomeko Shuffle with Artie Shaw. There are so many big bands in Seattle, but very few do much clarinet work.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIuPfUn4OfY
  20. Whatever the story, I'm keeping this mouthpiece...

    Whatever the story, I'm keeping this mouthpiece as a backup. I really prefer a more open piece.
  21. That's pretty amazing. There are so many exotic...

    That's pretty amazing. There are so many exotic instruments out there to be experienced. Thank you for the share.
  22. The International Clarinet Association...

    The International Clarinet Association page on FB suggests that I have an A = 442 piece. Interesting.
  23. Selmer Paris clarinet mouthpiece with a rare "S" facing

    Quick question folks. As a saxophonist who doubles on clarinet on occasion, I tend to blow flat, so I have a setup that compensates a bit for that. Recently I bought a Selmer size S vintage...
  24. Greeting Jack. Can you review this guidance so...

    Greeting Jack. Can you review this guidance so that you can Help Us to Help You? Thanks.
  25. Screamo? Now that's just funny. :) I suspect...

    Screamo? Now that's just funny. :)

    I suspect that more than 90% of musicians who perform regularly don't really care to be invited to a semi-pro gig. But I'm not hearing that from them so much....
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