Entries Tagged as ‘Ridenour’

NEW CRAVEN MOUTHPIECE AVAILABLE NOW see Leslie’s products or Ridenour Clarinet products UK Ltd

Published August 12, 2019 in CRAVEN MOUTHPIECE Ridenour

For the price of an average stock mouthpiece this hand finished (to your preference) is available at a budget price and even less if bought with a clarinet – played by many top players and tested and adjusted to suit your playing style personally by Leslie Craven

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Leslie’s Summer Courses begin with an individual residential weekend and lots of praise…..

Published July 31, 2018 in Ridenour

  This from an adult learner (aged 66) of  clarinet of about grade 5/6 standard who drove the 5-6 hours from Durham for an individual residential weekend : Dear Les Thank you again for a very enjoyable weekend, for your invaluable teaching (and patience).  The intensity of the sessions was just right to drill down the correct method into a...

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Leslie’s Clarinet Courses

Published June 13, 2018 in Ridenour

Summer is an ideal time to consider a weekend  or mid week break  with your clarinet and some friends or even as an individual – to get my  undivided attention. Great tuition, innovative and instructional  classes, good food and drink of all sorts and lots of fun whilst doing some serious learning about repertoire and how to play the clarinet....

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NEW: CREDIT /DEBIT cards accepted via telephone for all purchases

Published February 28, 2018 in news Ridenour

Recently RCP UK has received a state of the art card reader from 123 SEND  a reputable Card reader company a new facility for those unable to make payment  by bank transfer or other means. This is administered by Cardnet of Lloyds bank –  secure and efficient. Most major cards are accepted and I hope to be of service to...

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C clarinets from Ridenour are the best !

Published February 21, 2018 in Ridenour

Today I saw an amusing comment on a website for a major musical instrument shop in a review of the wooden C clarinet ( weirdly named after a Cremonese master violin maker) on their site. The reviewer commented that he “only had to fill in a few holes to try to get the clarinet into tune (and then there were...

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