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Topic: Old clarinets
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posted: 9/17/2006 at 12:32:01 AM ET
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I have three old clarinets, I know nothing about them, but would like to know as much as possible. They have a "wrap-around" register key on the upper joint, and the right-hand pinky finger has two rollers. They are wood, and one is a Buffet Crampon, the other two are C.F. Fischers. I know this is a vague description, but is there anything anyone can tell me about them?

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posted: 9/17/2006 at 1:27:26 PM ET
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Found this. It may give you a start. The roller key system is German.

scroll down to Auler system.

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