The Joy Of Clarinet (Joy Books (Hal Leonard))

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No cracks, nickel-silver keys (no plating). A couple of the pads were replaced, but for the sake of making the instrument "easier to play." If the buyer is not satisfied with the instruments, they may return them up to two weeks after they were received. One village, Kikole, in the Kilwa District, used proceeds from sales to drill a borehole for obtaining water, according to Sound and Fair. New price from Haynes is now more than $11,000. There were two most critical steps in the development that I will discuss in the following chapters: Iwan Müller was a clarinet player and instrument maker who revolutionised not only the key mechanics.

Pages: 72

Publisher: Yorktown Press (1968)

ISBN: 0711901198

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