Agian, ausardia edo lotsagabekeria da Klarinete Zaharra eskola-orduen artean egindako bilera azkar baten ondorio dela esatea. Baina inoiz esan dugun egiarik zintzoena da. Ideia sortu zen, ilusioa, eta nola ez, bi irakasle ameslarien proposamenen aurrean irribarre egiten duen gazte-talde baten iniziatiba ere bai. Horrela jaio da gure liburua, horrela jaio da Emilioren istorioa.
Decir que El viejo clarinete surge de una reunión rápida entre horas lectivas es quizás un atrevimiento, una osadía por nuestra parte. Pero es la verdad más cierta que hemos dicho nunca. Surge la idea, la ilusión, surge la iniciativa de un grupo de jóvenes que sonríe ante las propuestas de dos profesores quizás algo soñadores, en ocasiones demasiado. Así nace nuestro libro, así nace la historia de Emilio.
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