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... Subject: Summer School Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2015 07:40:46 +0200 From: Renaissance Workshop To: hans@... Dear Hans,
Hans Mons
Apr 13
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Re: Barbara Stanley & Graham Lyndon Jones Rackett

Thank you all for your suggestions. I was told earlier today that retirement might well be a simple explanation for difficulties in reaching the makers. I
Charles Hughes
Feb 7
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Re: Barbara Stanley & Graham Lyndon Jones Rackett

I use Keith Lorraine Early Double Reed Service for my reeds and repairs. http://www.loraine.com/main.html He has kept my Körber crumhorns and rauschpfeifes in
McAndrew-Schwoegl
Feb 7
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Re: Barbara Stanley & Graham Lyndon Jones Rackett

I think both Graham and Barbara have been retired from instrument making for some years. It is certainly many many years since they made rackets, at least
jimthepipes
Feb 7
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Re: Barbara Stanley & Graham Lyndon Jones Rackett

I got no response either, when emailing them, Charlie. If this is a business email, please note that my business address is LazarsEMS@.... Best regards,
Bill Lazar
Feb 6
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Barbara Stanley & Graham Lyndon Jones Rackett

Good Day, I have tried the e-mail address for Graham Lyndon-Jones that is listed on our dulcian site but have not gotten a reply. Does anyone have contact
Charles Hughes
Feb 6
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Rackett reeds

I am in need of reed specs for an instrument by Barbara Stanley & Graham Lyndon Jones. The body stands 5 1/4 in. or 13.3 cm. I about one inch shorter than my
cehughes2
Feb 2
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Re: unidentified bass dulcian

Are you sure there are no identifying marks? A logo may have worn down. I use a head-mounted magnifier to look for logos or other marks. Richard Wood made
Bill Lazar
Jan 26
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Re: unidentified bass dulcian

Thank you Mathew for raising my problem with the group. Moeck have advised that the bass dulcian is not one they made. I will follow-up the information
rogerj.palmer
Jan 26
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Re: unidentified bass dulcian

Many thanks to all those who replied - I have forwarded the info. For some reason he feels convinced that it is a Moeck (he bought it together with a Moeck
mat.dart
Jan 19
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Re: unidentified bass dulcian

Richard Wood also used extra keys on his old dulcians. I had one converted, removing all the extra keys. If this is a business email, please note that my
    Bill Lazar
    Jan 16
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    Re: unidentified bass dulcian

    Thank you for the information. My first alto was a Korber with the split key. The marriage of the bocal and instrument presented some issues. I found a few
    Charles Hughes
    Jan 16
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    Re: unidentified bass dulcian

    My two cents worth... and it has occasionally actually worked. Try a bassoon crook, and/or some other dulcian crooks. That should at least get you to the
      John Mattson
      Jan 16
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      Re: unidentified bass dulcian

      On 16-1-2015 3:31, Charles Hughes cehughes@... ... It definitively is not a Körber or a Moeck, who both made instruments with an extra key for
      Hans Mons
      Jan 16
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      Re: unidentified bass dulcian

      Dear Mathew, Never seen a 20th c. "improved" dulcian with these details. And as you know for the crook you either have to find someone with an identical
      Hans Mons
      Jan 16
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