The Clarinet And Clarinet Playing

Books | Clarinet

Publisher: Dover Publications
Format: Books | Instrumental Reference
Expert advice from a distinguished performer, teacher and composer makes this lively study of clarinet playing essential reading for students and instructors as well as other music lovers. One of the most comprehensive books on the instrument, this richly varied study offers both practical tips and a fascinating overview of the clarinet's role in musical history.
In his encyclopedic coverage of the instrument and the performer, the author provides suggestions about choosing and maintaining a mouthpiece; selection and care of the instrument; technique; tonguing and articulation; musicianship (phrasing, form, tone colour, vibrato); and musical interpretation. In addition, he establishes guidelines for the teaching of other clarinettists, making one's own reeds, and preparing for public performance, concluding with an intriguing look at the instrument's history and literature from ancient and mediaeval beginnings to modern times.
ISBN: 9780486402703
No of pages: 306
Language: English
Catalogue No: DP16820
 
     
       

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