Stephen Howard: Haynes Clarinet Manual

Books | Clarinet

Publisher: Haynes Publishing
Series: Haynes Manual
Format: Books | Instrumental Reference

The Clarinet is undoubtedly one of the most popular of all woodwind instruments, capable of a breathtaking range of expression – but beneath its beauty lies a mechanism that needs regular care and attention if it is to perform at its best. The Haynes Clarinet Manual, featuring step-by-step instructions and extensive colour photography, explains how the instrument works, how its mechanism functions and what can be done to maintain it and improve its performance by using professional set-up techniques with few or no specialist tools. Packed with advice, tips and tweaks, this manual is essential reading for everyone who plays the Clarinet.

Key content

  • Choosing and buying a Clarinet.
  • The keywork described – how it works and what can go wrong.
  • Lubrication and preventing wear.
  • Recorking loose joints.
  • Caring for and treating wooden bodies.
  • Removing and refitting the keywork.
  • Setting up the action – improving the feel and tweaking for performance.
  • Trouble-shooting common problems – tricks, tips and trade secrets.
  • Major problems – when to call on a repairer.
ISBN: 9780857330567
Published on: 22 February 2013
No of pages: 192
Language: English
Catalogue No: HAYH5056
 
     
       
         

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