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what is Jan's setup on soprano?
 

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Thanks: that was quick...

That thread seems to contain a debate about his curved soprano: any final calls on what he plays?
 

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He plays a Berg Larsen, the first and only mpc he'd play on sop', after his own words!
 

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segaleon said:
That thread seems to contain a debate about his curved soprano: any final calls on what he plays?
It's not that long a thread - and it contains reasonably specific mouthpiece info.
 

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Got the mpc, what's the horn?

Sorry, I was not specific enough: I got the mpc info, was wondering about the horn debate... Is it R&C, Borgani or Yanagisawa.
 

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Here are what he said:
"Soprano: A curved Santoni Fare. It´s the only one I´ve ever seen, and frankly, in most respects it´s not on par with
the great American curved sopranos, like Buescher or Conn (I have a couple of each, and I play them a lot at home),
but I like the timbre and the openness. Guess I´m just used to it.
Mp: a Berg hard rubber that I bought new in 1969, and played ever since, except for some periods with mp´s by Pillinger or Lebayle."
 
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