My name is Ashley and I have recently been given two clarinets to sell (kind of my job is to sell random things for people). So anyways I have researched and looked everywhere and still am so confused as to what I have! If anyone knows specifically let me know I’d be so...
Hello fellow Clarinetists!
I just wanted to share my weekly Jazz-Clarinet Blog with you all- it may be of interest! :)
Every week I create and post two transcriptions from a different jazz clarinetist onto my website, along with some brief biographical information.
The clarinet was such an...
Hi all. Full disclosure, I'm an online ebay seller of all sorts of wares, and i've come across a wooden buffet clarinet.
I am unable to nail down the model. but the most puzzling thing (for me) about this clarinet is that there is a metal barrel ring at the top of the upper joint. I havent seen...
Eugène Albert A and Bb Clarinet Pair
Markings, upper joint:
52 NEW BOND STREET
Markings, lower joint:
From the ad:
Soo I mentioned in a post Thursday I was looking at a clarinet-I won this auction:
Anyone have thoughts on an 1870s or so Eugene Albert clarinet?
While apparently he made a lot of HP instruments; this...
Hello guys, I have started my clarinet journey a week ago, and i was thinking of learning to play something simple enough in the following weeks, because mindless scale runs can get boring quickly :)
Do you have any recommendations for classical pieces that are relatively easy and can help me...
Hello, I am looking for some help with my metal body clarinet that I just picked up. It was used by the band at Fort Meade SD. It's black. I mean, it's not patina. I haven't tried very hard to remove this blackness. I think that the horn body is probably brass as there are a couple chip like...
So an auction I was watching ended, and I wasn't a bidder as I was in a wind quintet's concert listening to them.
My thoughts are that this Buffet is from the 1850s, but I'm not fully convinced I'm right. It has what I understand was the Buffet logo...