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  Oehler system: Just the facts...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
System created by Oskar Oehler and later passed to Herbert Wurlitzer (Germany).
The Oehler system was intended to correct the acoustic deficiencies of the forked notes in the clarinet (B and F).
The Oeher system has more keys than the Boehm system and it is used mostly in Germany and Vienna.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/o/oe/oehler_system.htm   (51 words)

  
 Oehler system - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The Oehler system is a system for clarinet keys developed by Oskar Oehler Oskar Oehler gave up his job as the soloist in the Berlin Philharmonic when he started his own shop.
Based on the Mueller system clarinet, he added a tone hole here and there to correct the intonation and acoustics.
Intended to correct the acoustic deficiencies of the forked notes in the clarinet (B and F), the system has more keys than the Boehm system and is used mostly in Germany and Vienna.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Oehler_system   (268 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Oehler system   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Boehm System is a system of fingerings, created by inventor and flautist Theobald Boehm in the 1830s which was originally used on the flute and then on a variety of woodwind instruments, including the clarinet, bass clarinet and saxophone.
The Oehler system's difference from the other clarinet systems is also due to its bore, which is different from a standard clarinet bore.
The Albert system has 13 keys and two rings, as opposed to the 22/5 in the oehler System and the 17/6 in the Boehm System.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Oehler-system   (488 words)

  
 Clarinet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The most common system of keys was named the Boehm System by its designer Hyacinthe Klosé in honour of the flute designer Theobald Boehm, but is not the same as the Boehm System used on flutes.
The other main system of keys is called the Oehler system and is used mostly in Germany and Austria (see History).
It was inspired by the Boehm system developed by Theobald Boehm, a flute maker who had invented the system for flutes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clarinet   (4156 words)

  
 Oehler Research, Inc.--Rick Jamison's Shooting Times Article
Ken Oehler, the designer of the chronograph, has made a major breakthrough in ballistics measurement by introducing the Model 43 which is capable of measuring and calculating not only velocity, as most chronographs, but every significant aspect of exterior and interior ballistics.
The system relies upon the principle that metal, subject to a given level of stress, will change electrical resistance in the gauge a known amount, depending on the gauge, the dimensions of the metal, and the "modulus of elasticity" of the metal.
The key in the pressure-measuring system is in the attachment of the strain gauge to the steel.
www.oehler-research.com /wizard.html   (2819 words)

  
 American Rifleman: Taking ballistics a step beyond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
According to Oehler, the pressure readings from the M43 will correlate closely with measurements from industrial piezoelectric transducers, but may not match published copper crusher readings, commonly called CUP (c.u.p.), for copper units of pressure.
Oehler says the user should establish pressure limits for each of his guns by firing samples of fresh factory ammunition using the M43.
Oehler advocates using the overall average pressure reading from the factory ammunition as the suggested maximum working average pressure level for handloads.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3623/is_199505/ai_n8725862   (1052 words)

  
 Oehler Personal Ballistics Laboratory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Ken Oehler has changed that with the introduction of the Oehler Model 43 Personal Ballistics Laboratory, and this system has been accepted by SAAMI as being a valid method to measure chamber pressure.
The gage is glued to the surface of the chamber with a glue from Oehler similar to Krazy Glue.
Oehler uses the term "relative" to describe the System 43 measuring mechanism which has been recently picked up by a couple of the gun writers and used out of context.
www.reloadingpro.com /Oehler_Personal_Ballistics_Laboratory.htm   (889 words)

  
 BBC - h2g2 - Albert-System Clarinets - A493931
The Boehm system (the most commonly used system on both flutes and clarinets today) developed from a type of clarinet developed by Iwan Muller, which was used up until the late 1800s.
Klosé and Buffet adapted the Boehm system to the clarinet in about 1840, and although the clarinet has changed a little since then, the fingering system which we use now is much the same.
Along with the clarinet and flute, the system is also used on saxophones, oboes and partially on bassoons.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/h2g2/classic/A493931   (791 words)

  
 Clarinet - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The body is equipped with a complicated set of keys and holes (see Boehm System) which allow the full musical scale to be produced.
It was an adaptation of the Boehm system developed by Theobald Boehm, a flute maker who had invented the system for flutes.
This new system was slow to catch on because it meant the player had to relearn how to play the instrument.
encyclopedia.learnthis.info /c/cl/clarinet.html   (1104 words)

  
 flutehist
With an intricate system of keys and springs, Boehm was able to produce a more in tune and stable instrument, even though the tonal quality suffered from the pure sound of the earlier key systems.
This system has been used on the clarinet, saxophone, oboe and a hybrid is used on the bassoon.
The Albert system of fingering on the clarinet is still in use by some (very few) in the US and some in Europe.
www.regalmusic.com /clarhist.htm   (6577 words)

  
 Oehler Research, Inc.--Shooting Bench
The system is currently being certified using redundant acoustic targets along the projectile path and matching with physical target and proven exterior ballistics model.
The Oehler System 86 Acoustic Target consists of sixteen sensors (microphones) distributed around or adjacent to the target.
One controller is used at the gun to provide muzzle mark time to the system and one controller is required for each downrange acoustic target.
www.oehler-research.com /is86at.html   (542 words)

  
 2003 InfoWorld Innovator: Rich Oehler | InfoWorld | Award | 2003-05-23 | By Tom Yager
Oehler and IBM Vice President Phil Hester believed strongly that high-performance computers had a future in business, despite so many of Oehler's commercial projects that came close to delivery only to be killed or gutted by IBM's combative bureaucracy.
Oehler worked closely with AMD to tune the K8 for stability and performance, chasing the goal he’d always had at IBM: to create a bulletproof 64-bit enterprise platform with a PC price tag.
Oehler’s brilliance as a technology designer, engineer, and visionary, combined with his commitment to reducing system costs through standard parts, software and interfaces, truly will move PC servers upstream.
www.infoworld.com /article/03/05/23/21FEinnovoehler_1.html?s=feature   (1188 words)

  
 Mühlfeld’s Clarinet
A further legacy of Carl Baermann was the design of the Baermann system clarinet, which was the dominant clarinet in the German musical world in the second half of the 19th century, and is the direct ancestor of the instruments used in Germany and Austria today.
This approach was continued with the Oehler and other German and Austrian designs that succeeded the Baermann from the 1890s onwards: gradual evolution to address technical deficiencies without tampering with the central character of the clarinet.
Mühlfeld played on Baermann system clarinets built by Ottensteiner from early in his career, and remained faithful to them until the end of his life, despite the fact that by 1907 the design had been superseded by more advanced models such as the Oehler.
www.sfoxclarinets.com /basycl_art.htm   (2596 words)

  
 Articles at Cherry Valley Music
Proponents of the Reform-Boehm system cite the improved bore design of the Oehler system coupled with the more facile Boehm technique as reasons for their preference.
Oehler, the Schmidts, and the Wurlitzers have believed that performers deserve and will pay for every possible improvement, and today Herbert Wurlitzer's clarinets are required for admission to many orchestras of West Germany and the Netherlands.
This is a valid departure from the tradition of either side, and is in fact an instrument capable of the sort of catholicity of approach which players of the future, must, logically, have as their aim.
www.cherryvalleymusic.com /articles/wurlitzer3.htm   (2408 words)

  
 Clarinet : search word
The most common system of keys was named the Boehm System by its designer Hyacinthe Klosé in honour of the flute designer Theobald Boehm.
It is not the same as the Boehm System used on flutes.
The other main system of keys is called the Oehler system and is used only in Germany and Austria.
www.searchword.org /cl/clarinet.html   (1668 words)

  
 Oehler Research, Inc.--Ballistic Explorer
The system alerts you with a flashing display and printed asterisk if there is a significant difference between the two velocity readings.
Beginning in 1967, Oehler systems have become the official chronographs of uncounted competitions and laboratories.
Most of the commercial and military ammo made in the U. during the last twenty years was checked with Oehler systems before it left the factory.
www.oehler-research.com /specs.html   (805 words)

  
 Albert System Clarinets :: Clarinets-Online.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Collection to advertise any clars as Albert System, and it raises more Albert questions than it example citing so-called Albert System clars, it is perhaps accurate to.
The Clinton system has rollers between his beloved German and simple system clars die to the easier to.
ACL 342 German system Bb Intermedieate Clar primary difference between the German (Albert) system Clas and the moremon French (Boehm.
clarinets-online.info /clarinets/albert-system-clarinets.html   (314 words)

  
 Stephen Fox Clarinets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The standard German clarinet from soon after its introduction in 1860 until the 1890s, this design was the instrument for which the clarinet method of Carl Baermann was written, and on which a vast body of German Romantic music - including the works of Brahms - was first performed.
It is the forerunner of the Oehler system clarinet and has similar (though not identical) fingering to modern German clarinets and to the "simple" or "Albert" system clarinet.
The body is boxwood, and the keys nickel silver, normally unplated (as was the case in period).
www.sfoxclarinets.com /Baermann.html   (168 words)

  
 WI Rural Development - 1999 Press Releases
The new water system will consist of two new wells, a connecting main, and a water treatment facility.
Kelley Oehler, Business and Community Specialist for USDA Rural Development - Wisconsin presented local officials with a large size check representing the USDA Water 2000 funding for the project.
This community deserves a lot of credit for taking the initiative to apply for funding and move ahead with this new system." Oehler said.
www.rurdev.usda.gov /wi/newsroom/press/1999/19990712-A.htm   (196 words)

  
 Graham's Music!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
This correlation between Oehler's key systems and that of the oboe may have been due to the oboe mechanical advances taking place in France under Triebert during the same time period as Oehler's improvements.
The task of continued improvements in the Oehler design was taken on by Fritz Wurlitzer and his son Herbert in the post World War II era.
The Oehler system, however, has grown to a state in which its ease of playing is equal to that of the Boehm., and the Full German (Oehler) System is known for its uncompromised tonal characteristics.
www.grahams-music.com /clarinets/german.htm   (739 words)

  
 EUCHMI BRIEF LIST F1
Clarinet in B-flat, Pupeschi 1892 system (simple system with patent C sharp, Barret action and articulated G-sharp).
Clarinet in B-flat, enhanced simple system with patent C sharp, Barret action and vented forked F-natural and articulated G-sharp and second throat trill key.
Clarinet in A, simple system with patent C sharp, additional B-flat throat key and side B-flat for R1.
www.music.ed.ac.uk /euchmi/ubl/ublf1.html   (1079 words)

  
 John Bruce Yeh | Clarinet Chamber Music by Hindemith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
One writer has observed that the composition is "a great work which requires more musical intelligence than technique, and is consequently not as popular as it deserves." It is nevertheless a staple of the clarinetist's repertoire, frequently undertaken at the college level as an early example of music by a master composer.
The Oehler is common in Germany but has been largely supplanted elsewhere by the Boehm system clarinet, which Yeh plays on the other pieces.
An economical opening phrase constructed from the intervals of descending thirds, ascending fourths, and oscillating seconds provides much of the motivic material for this sonata-form movement; the fourths are particularly significant here and to the work as a whole.
www.cedillerecords.org /072.html   (2361 words)

  
 Citations: Krylov subspace method for solving large unsymmetric linear systems - Saad (ResearchIndex)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
CG, Bi CG, CGS, Bi CGSTAB, restarted GMRES, restarted GCR and TFQMR solve a non singular system of n linear equations of the form Q 1 AQ 2 x = Q 1 b (1) where Q 1 and Q 2 are the....
For the generalization to nonsymmetric systems a number of CG related orthogonalization methods were investigated in the late seventies and early eighties
On one hand, these algorithms can be classfied into the three types Orthomin, Orthores, Orthodir [73] names which are now also used for the corresponding CG variants for the symmetric and the symmetrizable case [36, 3] and are often abbreviated to Omin, Ores, Odir.
citeseer.lcs.mit.edu /context/85049/0   (6617 words)

  
 International Clarinet Association - ClarinetFest Archives
Together with instrumental system developments, this resulted in changing tone.
The instrument system used in the Walthew Four Meditations (1935) by A. Proctor cannot be established.
The Oehler instrument was closely based on an Albert simple-system design.
www.clarinet.org /fests/2001/Pitfield.asp   (5260 words)

  
 Used Albert Clarinet - BandJoe.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Boehm-system clarinet is widely used in bands and orchestras, although the Oehler- and Albert-system clarinets are commonly used in some regions, such as...
On Oehler and Albert models, the key is used as an alternative for playing chalumeau F 4...
The Albert system clarinet is similar to the Oehler system but lacks...
www.bandjoe.com /used-albert-clarinet.htm   (385 words)

  
 .17 HMR
The instrumental velocity (15 feet from the muzzle) average for all this shooting was 2573 fps, or 23 fps faster than the 2550 muzzle velocity advertised by Hornady.
The.17 HMR performed admirably in the Ruger and Marlin rifles, averaging 1.96 inches for three 10-shot groups at 100 yards in the Ruger and 1.36 inches for six 10-shot groups in the Marlin rifles.
Only recently with Oehler's revolutionary Model 43PBL has the serious individual handloader had the means to get a relative measure on chamber pressure.
www.shootingtimes.com /ammunition/17_hmr_0508   (1141 words)

  
 Untitled Document
However, Iwan Müller system subsisted giving way to the Oehler and ALBERT systems, the latter commonly used in Germany and in the South of the United States.
Sometimes, in a European tour some Albert System players found out that in Germany there's a clarinet called "Oehler" with the same fingering that the old Albert System, this is the case of Edmond Hall, who bought a nice "Oehler System" from KARL HAMMERSCHMIDT.
You can hold an Albert system at the end of the bell and look through it from the bell to barrel and notice the difference in the bore of the instrument.
usuarios.lycos.es /albertsystem   (2939 words)

  
 Citations: - Groves, system, IBM, Researchand (ResearchIndex)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Other processors have a minimum of 1 (Alpha) or 0.25 (Power2) Although in general it is not possible to achieve these values, with blocking at the register level it is possible to get close to them as we show in Section 3.1.
The encouraging conclusion is that in most cases, assembly and disassembly routines based on a highly compact encoding can run at or near the copy throughput of the memory system for the memory reference pattern of the relation.
....systems for example, IVY [26] Munin [4] and TreadMarks [17] Though unimplemented by current commodity processors, additional, per block access bits in a TLB entry could provide fine grain access control.
citeseer.ifi.unizh.ch /context/64155/0   (1321 words)

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