There are many wrong ways to fix your clarinet, some of which will do more damage than repair. Master Sergeant Dale Barton points out some common mistakes made when trying to fix your own horn. The U.S. Army Field Band's Instrument Repair Series highlights how to care for and perform basic maintenance and repairs to your instrument. These fixes are intended to get you through difficult situations. Please consult a professional technician for proper guidance and advanced repairs. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.armyfieldband.com http://www.youtube.com/ArmyFieldBand http://www.facebook.com/ArmyFieldBand http://twitter.com/armyfieldband https://www.instagram.com/armyfieldband/ http://www.facebook.com/thesixstringsoldiers Educational Activities Coordinator The United States Army Field Band 4214 Field Band Drive Suite 5330 Fort Meade, Maryland 20755-7055
Feeling brave enough to replace the cork on your clarinet? Master Sergeant Dale Barton provides step-by-step instructions to this detailed process. The U.S. Ar
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How to, showing technician recommended monthly maintenance of a student clarinet.
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Dr. Paul Cohen shares with the Army his unique collection of historical saxophones that highlight the evolution of the instrument. For more information about
"This is the clarinet that Mozart would have expected to hear when he wrote for it." Our Principal Clarinet Antony Pay takes us through the staple instrument
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In this edition of Morrie's Tech Tips, Morrie Backun shows you the proper way to diagnose a leak in your clarinet and talks about the leaking that can happen in
This educational video will help you to identify the most common challenges young clarinet players have in producing good tone, and show you how to correct them
Master Sergeant Dale Barton can tell when you have tried to remove a stuck mouthpiece! There is a right and a wrong way, and he will show you how. The U.S. Ar
Woodwind expert, J.L. Smith, demonstrates useful tips for improving and speeding the process of shimming woodwind pads.
Turnpike Music Garage's Don Smith instructs parents on what to look for when buying or renting a used clarinet.
Members of The United States Army Field Band demonstrate and briefly discuss the instruments of the concert band. The Army Field Band conducts demonstrations li
Master Sergeant Dale Barton shows you how to quickly and safely add a little more spring to your keys, and how to detect and fix a leak. The U.S. Army Field Ba
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Having trouble removing screws and rods from your clarinet to make a repair? Master Sergeant Dale Barton has a few tricks to help you loosen those stubborn par
Clarinet embouchure by Andrea Morst. Pedagogy project - Woodwind Pedagogy, Dr. Yoshi Ishikawa, University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Music.
Fixing your own instrument can be very rewarding, but the potential to cause more damage is great. Master Sergeant Dale Barton points out some common mistakes
Michelle Anderson, founder of Clarinet Mentors (www.learnclarinetnow.com), presents a clarinet lesson on how to choose a reed that best suits your level of play