One of the most comprehensive available books on the subject features suggestions about technique, tonguing and articulation, musicianship, and musical interpretation. Includes guidelines for teaching, making your own reeds, and preparing for public performance, plus an intriguing look at clarinet hi... read more
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One of the most comprehensive available books on the subject features suggestions about technique, tonguing and articulation, musicianship, and musical interpretation. Includes guidelines for teaching, making your own reeds, and preparing for public performance, plus an intriguing look at clarinet history. "A godsend . . . far and away the most valuable guide ever printed for the self-taught player." — The Clarinet, Journal of the International Clarinet Society. Appendixes. Includes 7 black-and-white illustrations.
Reprint of the Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1980 edition.
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