The John Packer JP162 French horn is designed for children as it is smaller than a full-size French horn, allowing the young musician to place his right hand correctly on the bell while maintaining the correct posture when playing.
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Among the French horn teachers there is no consensus as to whether the beginning learning of the instrument should be by the F or the B-flat. The fingerings are different for the same notes.
The horn JP162 is in F and JP161 in B flat, but both horns use the music written in the F clef.
Musicians who play French horns must learn to play in F and B flat, but to begin the study, the teacher should recommend the French horn to acquire.
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