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Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2002 01:16:58 +0200
Subject: Re: [CB] extreme tuba?
From: Klaus Bjerre
The person quoted from our thread was me. Apparently the present owner has got not even the slightest idea how to utilise his instrument, which is in F and BBb.
You could have him read the Chisham thread and/or you could relay his mail-address to me.
on 16.06.02 0:37, Jim Quist wrote:
>> As you will read from the Chisham discussion, I consider the Kruspe
>> examplifying another way to route double instruments, whereas Rick D. sees
>> it as a 7 valve F tuba. As usual Rick is formally right, whereas I, also as
>> usual, modestly will have to represent the thruth of the mode of function.
> As a follow-up to our thread of April 24, 2002, below is a note from the
> buyer, just received.
> ---begin original message---
> "I am still exploring and trying to discover which combination of the
> four valves enables a given key....my understanding when I purchased the
> horn was that with the correct combination of the four valves.....the
> horn has capabilities of BBb, EEb, CC, F horns...."
> "So far I have been able to get close enough to a CC horn...but needing
> plenty of alternate fingerings...etc...etc...the sound is not as full as
> my Amati.......the biggest problem so far, other than finding the right
> valves, would be playing in tune.........."
> "The horn is beautiful and, for me, a great collector's item....now I
> must continue to experiment....don't know where to get info re: the
> mechanics of playing this horn."
Date: Sat, 15 Jun 2002 19:37:55 EDT
Subject: Re: [CB] Sarrusophone Recital
Where can I get IDRS recordings? Would love that sarrusophone recital for my collection!!
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