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Solo Clarinet in A ?
Last post Tue, Nov 16 2010 by Sapkiller, 3 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Nov 12 2010 03:23
by SyQuEsT
Joined on Mon, Jan 13 2003, Quebec, Posts 617

Hello,

   I don't want to know what's your plans but a solo clarinet in A could be welcome ! Cool 

Best

Mathieu Laprise
Sonomax inc.
Posted on Mon, Nov 15 2010 13:41
by doubleattack
Joined on Fri, Jul 09 2010, Leipzig, Germany, Posts 237

 +1

And I would like to have a sampled C-Clarinet too. The A-Clarinet sounds a bit darker and the C-Clarinet a bit clearer than the Bb-Clarinet (unconsidered the slightly different ranges). The "Baby Elephant Walk" Theme by H. Mancini e.g. is played by a C-Clarinet  (after knowledge of my ears, if I'm wrong and anybody know the original score  a n d  recording please feel free to correct me. The sharpness of the Eb-Clarinet starts in higher ranges, so this should be debarred.) 

Beside the Bb-Clarinet so there a two different Clarinet-instruments which are still much more used in real life than e.g. the Heckelphon. (vsl did caring so well for the oboe-family!) I like them too, but are there any plans to add-ons for the woodwinds-collection?

For any reply thanks in advance!

Frank

Posted on Tue, Nov 16 2010 16:17
by Sapkiller
Joined on Tue, Nov 05 2002, Copenhagen - Denmark, Posts 395

I have asked for this before also - so +1 from me Big Smile

We have 2 flutes, 2 Oboes and 2 bassoons - but only 1 Clarinet ( not counting the aux. instruments ), and it would be really nice to have a second clarinet and one in A will double quite nicely.

Best regards
Bjarne

"Keep your head cool and your heart warm"
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