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Hey Everyone    00:52 on Friday, July 7, 2006          

jesus_ga2
(5 points)
Posted by jesus_ga2

Well i just wanted to know if it is hard to play Eb clarinet, people tell me it is, but i think it is a piece of cake. I think that the people tell me it's hard because they wanna play Eb clarinet......So anyone please tell me if it's hard or not!!!!!!!!!!!!


Re: Hey Everyone    10:31 on Friday, July 7, 2006          

clarinetfaerie
(3 points)
Posted by clarinetfaerie

I don't know...what's the difference between eb and bb?


Re: Hey Everyone    13:24 on Friday, July 7, 2006          

Hump
(217 points)
Posted by Hump

It's definitely harder to play well, especially in an ensemble. just my 2 cents.


BH


Re: Hey Everyone    16:30 on Friday, July 7, 2006          

bemor
(23 points)
Posted by bemor

imho..its not as hard as most people say it is..i was just given an old Eb not too long ago..and i washed out the mouth piece and put a new reed on it and i could play all the way up to the altissimo D in tune and i'm brand new to the Eb..but i do have a friend who spent up to 1/2 a year trying to make hers sound nice..


Re: Hey Everyone    18:25 on Friday, July 7, 2006          

electric-clarine
t

The Eb player in our band was ALWAYS sharp. But then again her clarinet was kind of crappy. But I haven't gotten a chance to play, but perhaps next year I will because she finally graduated this year.


Re: It is hard but not in playing    14:16 on Sunday, July 9, 2006          

Gadi
(5 points)
Posted by Gadi

The playing is the same, the only things that changes is that it gets really high, a 4th higher than what you are use to play in a Bb.
And so the intonation is awful. It is really hard to intonate it because of the very high notes...
In ravel's bolero there is a use of this clarinet and in every recordings you can ear the pitch is to high.


Re: Hey Everyone    09:05 on Monday, July 10, 2006          

Ida
(60 points)
Posted by Ida

You do need to use all your air though. When I play Eb in orchestra and then switch to Bb after a few songs it's just SO relaxing Anyway I like playing the Eb because it's much more solistic than the 12 Bb-clarinet players that are supposed to be in a concert band


   




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