Jardin / Emil Jardin HR


This looks identical to the mostly-wooden Emil Jardin, which I think was made by Thibouville.

Emil Jardin clarinets are some of the better French Stencils. And being made of hard rubber makes this a whole lot better than most plastic instruments. Hard rubber is prized for its dark tone. See the Professional Hard Rubber page.

Fixed October 2009, serial #1359B.




Barrel: 68mm
Bore:
Top of LH joint: 14.8mm
Bottom of LH joint: 14.8mm

High register
FMIT

F-6

E8

D7

C0

B0

A-2
Middle of treble clef


G2

F-2

E0

D7

C5

B5
Throat tones


B-flat0

A0

G0

F-7

E-5
Chalemeau


D8

C13

B-flat7

A11

G9

F-6

E0







This test was done pushed all the way in. I would want a shorter barrel, and a standard 66 should work well.


This instrument is very appropriate for an adult coming back to playing, or intermediate players.
In fact, with a good barrel, advanced players would be happy with the way this plays.

















Note the single post for the left pinkie keys, which are also the pin-in-hole type.






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