Clarinet in E-flat

Theodore Berteling American

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A slightly extended version of the traditional 13-key clarinet. The extras include an unusual connecting lever for the lowest key and a double a-flat key. Ivory with rosewood mouthpiece, silver keys and mounts.

#William McColl, clarinet, 2004

Clarinet in E-flat, Theodore Berteling (Westphalia, 1821/22–1890 New York) or successor, Ivory, nickel-silver, rosewood, American

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