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This is a history of the people behind the name Leblanc, a per­sonal account of the most magnificent and respected family in the history of musical instrument manufacturing--a family whose devotion, foresight and ideals are the in­spiration of our industry.

As an accomplished player, he believed heavily in the scientific principles of manufacturing and brought a high level of consistency and playability to their hand-made instruments.

In 1921, Leblanc began distribution in the US with Gretsch & Brenner in New York.

This has 14.8mm bore at the top, and 14.75 at the bottom of the LH joint. Pictures.6Mar2012, #B77550, TV logo, from the late 1980s.

There is some case damage to the keys, but no wear marks.

He began in this order because his fingers were too small to cover the rings on the clarinet.

This fact eventually led Leon to develop the covered tone hole or plateau-key Bb clari­nets and alto clarinets, and to further im­prove the Eb soprano clarinets, so that other young musicians would have a solu­tion to this problem.The Leblanc Serenade is the result of combining Leblanc’s rich history of instrument manufacturing, dating back to 1750, with the most modern, cutting edge technology available.Featuring eye catching unstained Grenadilla wood, which is aged for a minimum of ten years, precision engineered key-work and, most importantly, a beautiful rich sound, the Leblanc Serenade is the perfect instrument for every aspiring Clarinetist.Flutes Recorders Oboes Bassoons Clarinets Saxophones Trumpets Cornets Trombones Flugel Horns Tenor Horns Baritone Horns Euphoniums Bass Tubas French Horns More Brass Brass Care Accessories & Gifts Gift Certificates Compact Discs Playalongs T-Shirts Care & Repair Diary Dates Societies Mailing List About Us Ordering Login Help Contact us 55 Nightingale Road HITCHIN Hertfordshire SG5 1RE (U.K.) Sales: 01462 420057 Accounts: 01462 436151 Fax: 01462 435464Shop hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm and Saturday 9.00am to 2.00pm. There may be occasional changes to these times owing to staffing levels, holidays etc - these will be posted here. The secondhand list is revised daily (but please phone before journeying to look at a specific instrument! All secondhand instruments have been checked over and are in good playing order.The first FMIT (black letter) test is actually the more recent. For this test, I needed to use my 64.2mm Ridenour barrel. Any flatness is due to my playing loudly for the test. Old pinned crack on LH joint stabilized and made less visible.

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