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Standard Fox Contrabassoon Key Numbers and Names [10/22/2005] admin   Written by: Chip Owen
This chart illustrates the key names and numbers of Fox Contrabassoons...[p align="center" style="clear:both;"][a ... [more]
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Stuck Swabs in Bassoon Wing Joints [10/22/2005] admin   Written by: Chip Owen
A swab stuck in a bassoon wing joint is one of the worst problems that can occur to a bassoon player.Commonly used procedures to remove the swab can cause damage to the bore of the instrument. ... [more]
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Bassoon Tenons [10/22/2005] admin   Written by: Chip Owen
Broken Tenons: The most severe form of tenon problem is a tenon that is broken off. This is usually immediately obvious. However, sometimes the nature of the break allows someone to stick the parts ... [more]
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Uniquely Bassoon [10/22/2005] admin   Written by: Chip Owen
It is important for a repairer to understand what makes the bassoon different from all other woodwinds. Awareness of these unique aspects can aid in doing a better job of repairing a bassoon....[p ... [more]
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Virtues and Vices of Plastic Bassoons [10/22/2005] admin   Written by: Chip Owen
The use of plastic for woodwind instruments suffers from an unjustified stigma. Most musicians lookupon plastic as inferior to wood. In many cases plastic instruments are inferior but this is not ... [more]
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Keywork and Padding [10/22/2005] admin   Written by: Chip Owen
While the body may be the true instrument and the keywork just “control devices,” modern woodwindshave come to depend on those devices to such a degree that neglecting them cab negate any ... [more]
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