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1). The unusual shank of the Fz/Cz lever has a noticeable upward curve that brings its touch piece closer to the E/B touch. 11 The German Johann Gottfried Geist, known as Jean Godeffroy Geist or Geitz, made the earliest extant French-made clarinet. Geist arrived in Paris from Weimar about 1750 to work as a woodwind maker. 12 In 1992, a four-key C clarinet (ca. 1) by Geist marked “[dove bearing twig]/I. G. 13 It is similar to the instrument in Roeser’s Gamme but features a straight rather than a curved touch piece for the Fz/Cz key.
48 A Rottenburgh four-key A clarinet (ca. 1765, GB-Cambridge) exhibits careful design and workmanship, resulting in pleasing proportions and a beautiful appearance. Its slightly later date is indicated by blocks for the E/B, S, and A keys, as well as an ivory ferrule on the upper end of the lower stock. 49 A four-key C clarinet (mid-1750s–early 1760s, NL, private collection) made in Brussels is stamped “[crown]/BRANDT” on each of its four sections and resembles Rottenburgh’s clarinets in its use of a straight touch for the Af/Ef key, no ferrules, and the convex shape of the upper tenon of its right-hand ﬁnger hole section.
Michel Amlingue and his son François-Michel produced the widest variety, from the 33 34 the clarinet in the classical period baroque three-key to the thirteen-key clarinet. Four of the most innovative French makers and inventors were Baumann, Simiot, César Janssen, and Iwan Müller who worked during the early nineteenth century. Their contributions are discussed later. Belgium akers active in what is today Belgium made some of the earliest extant four-key instruments, the fourth key a small Af/Ef positioned for R4.