Clarinet Working Methods

Clarinet Method - Improve Faster in Less Time

Author: Sacha Ianov

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Page: 90

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This book is like no other. It won't teach you how to play the clarinet: there are dozens of effective methods for that. It will teach you how to practice the clarinet efficiently so that you can improve your clarinet as quickly as possible in the shortest time possible. You will be able to play harder and faster scores. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) ADVICES FOR MOTIVATION TO PLAY CLARINET ------------ Dissociate working the clarinet and playing the clarinet ------------ Law of Least Effort ------------ Select the scores ------------ How often to play the clarinet per week and for how long? ------------ Warming up and working the sound of clarinet ------------ Vary musical style ------------ Is it necessary to learn to read music to play clarinet? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2) CLARINET WORKING TECHNIQUES ------------ Imitate great clarinet players ------------ Shift the beginning of the piece at each session ------------ When you fail Accidentals ------------ Scribbling ------------ How to practice a difficult section in a piece ? ------------ Avoid degradation of a piece over time ------------ The work of musical nuances ------------ Boost your progression: face new challenges ------------ How to learn by heart? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3) TRAINING TO PLAY THE CLARINET IN FRONT OF AN AUDIENCE OR PREPARE COMPETITIONS ------------ Marathon workout in preparation to perform in front of an audience ------------ Discomfort zone techniques. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4) THE WORK OF THE CLARINET VIRTUOSITY ------------ Virtuosity is mastery ----------- ------------ The metronome's work of mastery and stability ------------ Working on sections where the notes are very fast ------------ Back-nibbling technique: for the ultra-difficult ------------ Regularity workouts for difficult sections ------------ Working on a difficult section: x3 x5 x8 repetition ------------ Use the metronome to learn difficult and long sections that include various rhythms ------------ Structure of a working session. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WORKSHEETS

Benny Goodman's Clarinet Method

Author: Benny Goodman

Publisher: ARC Music Group

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 96

View: 755

(Instrumental Jazz). This book, written by Benny Goodman himself, has been out of print for many years. It teaches the beginning student clarinet tone, style, technique and musicianship. It covers such basics as assembling and tuning the clarinet, proper position, scales, expression and many exercises. Features 11 tunes and includes a biography of his career up to 1940.

Learn To Play The Clarinet

Level 1

Author: Frederick Jacobs

Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 48

View: 228

Carefully graded methods written by instrumental specialists that emphasize good tone production, build a strong rhythmic sense and develop well-rounded musicianship.

Rubank Intermediate Method

Clarinet

Author: Joseph Edward Skornicka

Publisher: Rubank Publications

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 52

View: 923

One of the most widely used series of methods for individual or like-instrument class instruction. Using a very well-rounded approach including scales, arpeggios, technical studies, studies for musicianship, articulation studies, solos, duets, and studies devoted to the special needs of each instrument, this series provides a fantastic wealth of material for all student musicians.

Breeze-Easy Method for Clarinet, Book 2

Author: Valentine Anzalone

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 32

View: 155

The Breeze-Easy Series features instrumental methods for individual and group instruction, created by experienced teachers John Kinyon and Valentine Anzalone. It is designed to produce the best musicianship in the greatest number of students in limited teaching situations.

The Art of Clarinet Playing

Author: Keith Stein

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 80

View: 808

Keith Stein was already a phenomenal clarinetist when he attended the very first session of the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Michigan. Stein was then accepted into the Chicago Symphony, and became one of its youngest members. He earned a master of music degree at the University of Michigan, and his teaching career began at Michigan State University and Interlochen, where he remained for the next 41 years until he retired. Within this book, the author makes the player aware of all the many faulty habits he may have acquired, then offers constructive suggestions for remedying each one.

The Clarinet in Spain

Miguel Yuste Moreno (1870-1947)

Author: Gloria A. Rodríguez-Lorenzo

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN:

Category: Clarinetists

Page: 323

View: 729

This book is the first monograph about clarinet and wind music in Spain, studying the professionalisation of the Spanish clarinettists from the early 19th century. The social, academic and professional environment of wind musicians are addressed here through the case study of clarinettist, teacher, composer and deputy bandmaster of the Municipal Wind Band of Madrid, Miguel Yuste Moreno (1870-1947). An analysis and study of the national and international influences on the Spanish clarinet repertoire is offered here, especially, the premiere of Brahms's chamber music for clarinet.

Rubank Advanced Method - Clarinet

Author: Himie Voxman

Publisher: Rubank Publications

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 72

View: 420

(Advanced Band Method). An outlined course of study designed to follow the elementary and intermediate levels of any instructional method, the Rubank Advanced Methods are considered to be one of the gold standards of advanced instrumental study. The specially designed units provide a a complete pedagogy: * Scales and Arpeggios All of the major and minor keys are covered in the complete two-book course * Melodic Interpretation Including 20+ contest level duets in each book * Solo Preparation Six contest level solos included * Articulation Studies Specialized for each instrument * Exercises in Fingering (woodwinds), Flexibility (brass) and Sticking (percussion) * Ornamentation All types are introduced Generations of musicians have been taught with Rubank methods join the tradition!

Breeze-Easy Method for Clarinet, Book I

Author: Valentine Anzalone

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 32

View: 276

The Breeze-Easy Series features instrumental methods for individual and group instruction, created by experienced teachers John Kinyon and Valentine Anzalone. It is designed to produce the best musicianship in the greatest number of students in limited teaching situations.

Complete Method for the Clarinet

Author: Carl Baermann

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 96

View: 117

Perfect for warm-ups and scale practice, these studies include all 12 major scales with relative melodic minor scales, all major and minor broken chord passages, staccato and trill exercises, much more.

Essential Elements for Band

Comprehensive Band Method

Author: Tim Lautzenheiser

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 48

View: 434

(Essential Elements for Band). (Essential Elements for Band and Essential Elements Interactive are fully compatible with Essential Elements 2000 ) Essential Elements for Band offers beginning students sound pedagogy and engaging music, all carefully paced to successfully start young players on their musical journey. EE features both familiar songs and specially designed exercises, created and arranged for the classroom in a unison-learning environment, as well as instrument-specific exercises to focus each student on the unique characteristics of their own instrument. EE provides both teachers and students with a wealth of materials to develop total musicianship, even at the beginning stages. Books 1 and 2 also include access to Essential Elements Interactive (EEi) , the ultimate online music education resource - anywhere, anytime, and on any device. Go to www.essentialelementsinteractive.com to learn more! Method features: * Enhanced Learning System * Optimum Reinforced Learning * Theory, History, Cross-Curriculum & Creativity * Daily Warm-ups & Rubank Studies * 12 Full Band Arrangements * Rhythm Studies Book also includes My EE Library* (www.myeelibrary.com) - Instant Stream/Download/CD-ROM* * Start-up video Learn the basics * Play-along mp3 tracks for all exercises Features a professional player on each individual instrument * Duets and trios Print and play parts with friends * Music listening library Hear great pieces for band! * Internet access required for My EE Library . Book includes instructions to order free opt. CD-ROM.

A methodical approach to learning and playing the historical clarinet and its usage in historical performance practice

Author: Evgeni Orkin

Publisher: Orkin Manuskript Laboratory

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 84

View: 484

This 'methodical introduction' by Evgeni Orkin is designed for players wishing to play and experiment with the historical clarinet. It contains a summarised history of the clarinets, fingering charts for 5-6 key, 7-14 key and late romantic instruments (such as the Ottensteiner), exercises and studies, which focus especially on the so-called problem zones of the historical clarinet, a repertoire guide as well as tips concerning the choice of instrument and the selection and preservation of materials, and further information, which should help to answer numerous questions of those curious to know more.

Kloze-Lazarus Method for Clarinet

A Comprehensive Course Based on Two Famous Methods

Author: Harvey S. (CRT) Whistler

Publisher:

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Page: 96

View: 113

(Woodwind Method). This Rubank gem represents a compilation of two celebrated clarinet methods, completely revised, re-edited and re-styled for modern studios and classrooms. The wealth of valuable materials, used for clarinet instruction since the late 19th century, was reorganized by Rubank editor Harvey Whistler into a progressive educational format to meet the needs of beginning to intermediate clarinet students. In his edition Whistler also provided: * Additional material to comprehensively cover the low register and crossing the break * Instructional units organized by key as well as topic, culminating with melodic studies incorporating each new idea * Exercises for tone development, particularly in the upper register, incorporated into each unit

Breeze-Easy Method for Clarinet 1

Author: Valentine Anzalone

Publisher: Warner Bros Publications

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 32

View: 259

The Breeze-Easy Series features instrumental methods for individual and group instruction, created by experienced teachers John Kinyon and Valentine Anzalone. It is designed to produce the best musicianship in the greatest number of students in limited teaching situations.

New Directions for Clarinet

Author: Phillip Rehfeldt

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 200

View: 998

The purpose of this work has been to deal with clarinet performance as it has evolved in the literature since approximately 1950: to identify or "catalogue" the practices now prevalent which differ from those formerly standardized; to provide some perspective on specific performance capabilities and limitations; and, whenever appropriate, to include suggestions for performance based on the author's own experience. It is intended as a guidebook for composers as well as a manual to which clarinettists might refer in working out various problems associated with new music performance. --pref.

The Cambridge Companion to the Clarinet

Author: Professor Colin Lawson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 240

View: 860

Written for students, performers, and music lovers.

The Clarinet

Author: Jane Ellsworth

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 308

View: 956

Offers unique perspectives on the clarinet's historical role in various styles, genres, and ensembles, from jazz and ethnic traditions to classical chamber music, concertos, opera, and symphony orchestras.

Sound Innovations for Concert Band for B-flat Clarinet, Book 1

A Revolutionary Method for Beginning Musicians

Author: Robert Sheldon

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 48

View: 108

Sound Innovations for Concert Band is a revolutionary new method that combines time-tested educational concepts, input from thousands of teachers, and advances in modern technology. Using solid pedagogy that follows state and national music education standards, the methods can be customized by teachers to use their own experiences in creating the best approach for their unique classroom. Sound Innovations is available in two versions: Standard Edition and the custom Director's Choice Edition. Visit www.alfred.com/soundinnovations for more information. This title is available in SmartMusic.