Clarinettissimo 2013: Things you’ll see there
Selmer Paris 28 Contrabass Clarinet
Bore Diameter: 33.90 mm
Silver Plated Keys
Rosewood Body, Boehm System(18 keys, 7 rings)
Articulated G#, Eb lever, automatic octave key, adjustable neck for tuning. Adjustable peg, silver plated brass bell
Sean Osborn is hosting his annual Clarinettissimo at Seattle Pacific University this weekend of Oct. 6th and 7th. Bill Jackson of Yamaha will be there. Clarinets and other products, accessories, music and more will be available to browse, test play and purchase!
Hope to see any of you there :]
I’ve met people from Cuba, Puerto Rico, Boston, Arizona and Oregon and they still keep coming. It will definitely be worth your while and hope if you can’t make it this year, you’ll go in the following years!
Our school has one and it’s beautiful.
Your embouchure is made up of muscles like any muscles, yes they need to be worked out, but you also need to give them time to recover. Make sure you’re not overtaxing them and playing in front of a mirror is a great way to see what you’re actually doing with your face.
Hope this helps,
I’m not sure. I’ll have to find someone who knows. Hopefully someone who follows this blog can answer.
SAC-RI-FICE, SAC-RI-FICE, SAC-RI-FICE!!!
Lack of oboe totally not intentional. I just don’t own one …yet. ;)
Be sure to rotate and clean them.
By rotating you extend the life of them and don’t weaken your chops/support.
By cleaning them, you are promoting a “healthier” reed and thus extending the life again.
The longer your reeds last, the more money you save. mmm. Money savin’ is good! haha