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Great songs of the jazz bands: Tenor saxophone, clarinet Clarinets 

Great songs of the jazz bands: Tenor saxophone, clarinet

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Language: English

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It contains 98 b/w plates with over a hundred photos of flutes from public and private collections with 60 illustrations of archival documents. These flutes demonstrate that a developed musical tradition existed from the earliest period of modern human presence in Europe. Older repaired crack (filled, almost invisible) to the barrel. The most prominent were the German/Viennese traditions and the French school. Large tenon is original, no cracks; small tenon is a modern replacement.

Pages: 47

Publisher: Exclusive distributors (1986)

ISBN: 0711905800

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