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Jewels and Binoculars

Jewels and Binoculars

A Dutch take on Bob Dylan

From the October, 2002 issue

During the swing era the clarinet was king in the public eye, but during the postwar years, as small combos took over in jazz, it was eclipsed by the louder saxophones and trumpets in the front line. The instrument may have lost its public glamour, but it never went away, and in the last few decades, as styles have multiplied and sound textures have become more

 
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