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Paul Jeanjean: 18 Advanced Etudes: Clarinet Solo

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COMPOSER: Paul Jeanjean
PUBLISHER: Lauren Keiser Music Publishing
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
Paul Jeanjean was the principal clarinetist of the Garde Républicaine Band and later of the MonteCarlo opera and was, obviously, a musician of the greatest sensitivity. His etudes are hightly developed concert works that can make for very impressive additions to recital programs. Jeanjean provided
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Composer Paul Jeanjean
Editor Charles Neidich
Publisher Lauren Keiser Music Publishing
Instrumentation Clarinet
Difficulty Advanced
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Description Product Type Book and Audio Online
Year of Publication 2009
ISBN 9781581061093
UPC 884088520205
No. HL00042385
Number of pages 64
Series LKM Music
Description

Paul Jeanjean was the principal clarinetist of the Garde Républicaine Band and later of the MonteCarlo opera and was, obviously, a musician of the greatest sensitivity. His etudes are hightly developed concert works that can make for very impressive additions to recital programs.

Jeanjean provided wonderfully detailed directions for his etudes. Charles Neidich has, by and large, left what he has written and have only brought Jeanjean's notation more into accord with modern conventions; e.g. that accidentals within a measure generally do not transpose octaves. This edition's notes at the bottom of each page explain the various modern chords andscales (augmented chords, 9th chords, whole tone scales for instance) he used in each of his etudes. These, unfortunately, were eliminated in the previous English version.

The noteworthy feature of this edition is the recording of Charles Neidich's performance of the etudes. Rather than clutter Jeanjean's already expressively notated scores with still more markings, the recording offers, as a window into the modern, yet romantic style of the etudes and as models of the kind of performance to which the student should aspire.

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