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Major Clarinet English


Description:

Mentioned only by Irwin, who says: �Major Clarinet is a louder form [of Clarinet]�, and �Major Clarinet and Minor Clarinet have somewhat different meanings [from Solo Clarinet], not always implying the solo tonality.�


Examples:

Major Clarinet 8', Gallery Organ IV; Convention Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey; USA; Midmer-Losh 1929-32. This is the only known example.

Major Clarinet 8', Gallery Organ IV; Convention Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey; USA; Midmer-Losh 1929-32. This is the only known example.
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