Paul Harris: Clarinet Basics

Books | Clarinet

Publisher: Faber Music
Series: no translation
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
ISBN: 9780571518142
No of pages: 64
Language: English
Catalogue No: FM20910

          Musicroom Reviews

          This is a really well constructed book, with pieces that get the pupil engaged immediately. It is set out in a well thought out order,giving both notes and rhythm impotance.
          Anonymous - (Crowborough, United Kingdom)
          Clarinet basics has helped me achieve my grade 1 with distinction. Even Grade two players will find this book helpful.
          Anonymous - (Edinburgh)
          I used this book when I first started clarinet 6 years ago and I taught myself with it for almost 2 years it was an amazing book and I would recommend it to anyone who is starting Clarinet.
          Anonymous - (Chester, United Kingdom)
          I have recently started using this tutor book with beginner pupils after using another book for many years and I am favourably impressed. It moves at a suitable pace for young beginners and my pupils and I enjoy the amusing pictures and titles as well as the variety of tunes and the quiz which each chapter contains.
          Anonymous - ()
          This is one of the best clarinet tutors around, the pupils can't wait to get on to the next stage. When used in conjunction with the piano accompaniment book, progress can be very quick and pupils are ready to start grade 2 exam work by the end of the book.
          Anonymous - (scotland)
          Great way to start out with a great teachers book full of duets and piano accomps. Very good book! Also some pieces are on the list for exams.
          Anonymous - (Beccles, United Kingdom)
          Very good book to start off my daughter on her first instrument
          Anonymous - (Wishaw, United Kingdom)
          Very good 22 stages and great for Schools. Learn from C key to top B flat. It has realy helped me with my fingering.
          Zoe Mitchell - (Uppingham - Rutland)
          It's a bit unfair to give it three stars as there is nothing wrong with the book, it is just not what i was hoping for. If you are a beginner in music and your first instrument is a clarinet and you have regular scheduled lessons with a qualified teacher, then this book is excellent. The clarinet would be my third study so I don't find the music theory parts of the book helpful and there is virtually no talk of technique, assembly, embouchure, the break etc. Great book, not what I wanted.
          Anonymous - (Halesowen, United Kingdom)

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