Full Boehm?
 

Full Boehm?

    
Full Boehm?    09:55 on Wednesday, May 21, 2003          
(Brian)
Posted by Archived posts

I was wondering exactly what a `full Boehm` clarinet is considered. Is it the regular English and French using clarinet (which I have known as Boehm) with the extra keys such as low Eb, alternate Eb (in the register just above the break) as well as the G# key just above it with the extra mechanics (where you can trill from F natural to G# by just moving the right index finger)? I have seen these clarinets, and am looking to purchase one, but want to make sure I understand exactly what this instrument would be called.


Re: Full Boehm?    12:50 on Wednesday, May 21, 2003          
(alyx)
Posted by Archived posts

i`ve never heard of one of them.


Re: Full Boehm?    23:35 on Wednesday, May 21, 2003          
(Brian)
Posted by Archived posts

Okay, maybe a more basic question... does everyone here use the `boehm` system, or maybe the albert system? Or not sure!? Any help would be ... well... helpful! Thanks!


Re: Full Boehm?    12:46 on Tuesday, May 27, 2003          
(Brian)
Posted by Archived posts

Awesome. Either nobody knows or nobody cares. Or both!


Re: Full Boehm?    05:00 on Sunday, June 01, 2003          
(abrogard)
Posted by Archived posts

Here`s all the facts for you...

http://www.grahams-music.com/clarinets/boehm.htm

regards
abrogard


Re: Full Boehm?    11:52 on Sunday, June 01, 2003          
(Bradley)
Posted by Archived posts

If you`re looking to buy a full boehm pro level horn, go with the same "Graham`s Music" that the above has quoted. Graham is the only retailer of Amatis that I would buy from, and Amatis when you play on a good one, are excellent horns.

Bradley


   

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