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Re: unusual Alto Clef

From: David Bobroff
Subject: Re: unusual Alto Clef
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 15:54:17 +0000
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I've posted a slightly clearer copy of such a clef to issue 693. For what it's worth, my memory tells me that this style of C clef is to be found in French publications. I certainly remember seeing it in trombone parts of French pieces and this example comes from the Ravel Concerto for left hand (1st trombone part).


Jonathan Kulp wrote:
I can't seem to find a better image of this clef in the materials I have on hand or on an internet search. I got it originally from a .pdf file downloaded from the International Music Score Library Project. It'd be better to have an original paper score in hand for scanning at high res. If no one can come up with one in a day or two I'll talk to our orchestra conductor and see if he might have some examples in his library.


Werner LEMBERG wrote:

Well, your version differs heavily from what the scanned image shows.
However, to create a good glyph shape, we probably need better scans
of probably larger clefs.  Anyone who could provide that, probably
adding it to



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