This is the NEW ClarinetPages makeover site. We are still in the process of getting picture galleries back in place and improving the appearance. The Vintage ClarinetPages site is linked here.
Please note: The table of contents for some categories have a lot of broken links. For now, it may be better to use the search button at the right in the top bar of the site.
This site features:
- Clarinet model reviews in the left column are organized by the material they are made of: WOOD, COMPOSITE, and METAL. ‘Vintage’ and ‘Older’ categories refer to clarinets manufactured before 1980. You'll need to use the site menu to see the sub-pages.
The ORIGINAL site was started 15 February 2008 at clarinetpages.wetpaint.com (now clarinetpages.wikifoundry.com). That site is now closed. Clarinetpages.net was started on 13 Jan 2010.
Who started this site and the forum?
nom de clarinet: Phil Pedler. See: Who's Phil?— really.
This site includes a lot of my opinions. Not all teachers will agree with me! I am trying to give good, safe advice. If you want to set me straight on something, please JOIN the ClarinetPages.info forum.
Thanks for visiting!
Phil invites you to dailybiblereading.info.
Read through and listen to the whole Bible in one year! Every day I broadcast a simple, no-frills, easy-to-understand, 20-minute recording of me (Phil) reading two Old Testament passages and one New Testament passage. I give brief introductions connecting each reading to what has been heard before, but I do not preach. You can read along while you listen by using the Digging Deeper Daily plan within the Youversion/Bible.com.
Footnote: This info from Bob Sparkman about one of the pictures in the slideshow above:
Just wanted to comment on the Woody Allen photo: That's John Bucher on trumpet, Barbara Driewitz on tuba, and Carmen Mastren on banjo! I used to sub for Woody when he was out of town. Must be Michael's Pub. Just discovered your great web site. Thanks very much and best regards.
Barrie Marshall whose picture is in the slideshow sent me this link of his band playing. Barrie and his groups are located in Lancaster, in the county of Lancashire, North West England
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This poem is from the December 2, 1939 Collier's Magazine.