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Keyboard Southern Music, , SS, 28 pages. The Break is a logical guide for mastering this important step in clarinet performance.
Part II contents: studies from Rhythmical Articulation by Pasquale Bona, selected and edited for clarinet to prepare students for upper level performance. Rhythmical Articulation was originally written to assist singers with rhythmical and pitch accuracy.
This is the third edition revised and enlarged that was prepared under the direction of Alan Frank and Thea King. This book is based on the study of the low register, basic technique, relatively small intervals, and the first principles of articulation. This book includes many fingering illustrations and introduces alternate fingerings. The second half of the book introduces the clarion register. There are "over the break" preparatory exercises and the break itself is approached from above.
The cover of this book was previously orange. Note: the author wrote another method book set which we do not currently carry. This is a continuation of book I. It emphasizes good sound and tone control, good intonation, technique and expression. It includes chalumeau, articulation and register change exercises, along with studies from Baermann, Lefebvre, Gambaro, Kroepsch, and others.
Fingering recommendations are given throughout. This book stands on its own as a useful and inexpensive source of material for intermediate study. Kjos, , SS, 7 pages. This is a handy 6" x 9" fingering chart on glossy card stock. It gives the standard fingerings and alternatives from low E to altissimo C the very high one. It also has trills beginning with low E to altissimo F-sharp. Except other items with free shipping. Many, many staccato exercises, of varying difficulty.
Quite a few are in the form of duets. Alfred, , SS, 40 pages. This book at the elementary level is labeled a method for individual instruction but it can also be used along with other books at the same level as a band method. It includes a fingering chart, instruction on reading music, scales, and 32 lessons in simple keys.
Click on the cover image to view a sample page. Alfred, , SS, 48 pages. This book at the intermediate level is labeled a method for individual instruction but it can also be usedalong with other books at the same level as a band method.
It includes a fingering chart, daily warm-ups, scales and pieces in those keys through 3 sharps and 4 flats, alternate fingerings, and other exercises. This book at the advanced intermediate level is labeled a method for individual instruction but it can also be used along with other books at the same level as a band method.
It includes a fingering chart, trill fingerings, musical notation and time signatures, grace notes, mordants, trills, turns, more scales and studies including minor keys. Mel Bay Publications, PB, pages. A comprehensive study text for students beginning a serious study of jazz. The first part of the book begins by teaching elements of jazz phrasing, articulation, vibrato and interpretation of rhythms through exercises and original pieces.
Next, the book encourages improvisational skills through both theoretical and technical studies of scales and chords. The second half of the book builds on the skills learned in the first part with an in-depth study of the theory, which underlies improvisational techniques including scales, modal concepts and chord construction.
Ear training, particularly the development of the ability to hear chord progressions is also emphasized. Click on the cover image to view Table of Contents which is in. Alphonse Leduc, , PB, pages page size Full of useful exercises many of which have a second part.
Text is in French, Italian, English and Spanish. C Complete Method for Clarinet Vol. This book is about two thirds duets primarily Mozart and the author with the rest being famous clarinet works. Click on the cover image to view the Table of Contents for Vol. This book contains detailed explanations and analysis of the creative and improvisational techniques musicians use for style, phrasing, solo development, and motivic improvisation in an easy to follow step-by-step format.
Ten progressively difficult chapters, containing dozens of improvisational exercises, explore jazz improvisation from creative, melodic and technical perspectives. The book is designed to meet all of the national standards and frameworks for music education and is a comprehensive improvisational curriculum for both individuals and classes.
The book includes a 52 track play-a-long and demonstration CD. Click on the cover image to view the Table of Contents. International Music Diffusion, , 2 pages. A good selection of altissimo fingerings up to high C. Southern Music Co.
David Hite has arranged the scales, arpeggios, and exercises in the Carl Baermann Method for Clarinet Book 3 in order of keys. He has also included some suggested fingerings and additional material. Belwin, , SS, 48 pages. A local clarinet teacher suggested we carry this method. It is progressive, taking the student through the basics and to keys of three flats and sharps.
Includes a fingering chart. A good value. Belwin, , SS, 52 pages. Includes minor keys, scales and scale exercises similar to Baermann Book 3 , etudes and duets. Additional keys are introduced at the end of the book, but the primary focus here is building technique with progressive studies.
Book 1 Book 2 8. I Used to Play is a new series for adults looking to get back into playing their instruments of yesteryear, and will help jump start their memory and comfort with music. Its 1 goal is to get people re-acquainted with their instrument s by not only reviewing theory and technique with etudes, but also providing them with types of music they want to play, like pop, jazz, and classical tunes. Each book contains a CD with audio MP3 files of complete performances of most songs, plus accompaniment-only play along versions.
Once you have I suggest another scale book like Baermann Book 3 or similar that exercises the full range of the clarinet. Rubank, , SS, 44 pages. This book is similar to the Rubank intermediate methods and is subtitled "A Transfer Method for Intermediate Instructions.
It introduces many techniques and concepts such as expression markings and accents, various types of articulation, grace notes, trills, scale and chord studies.
A somewhat outdated fingering chart is included. Schott, , PB, 96 pages plus CD. This method provides a complete course for players of all ages, guiding students from their first note. Each book is accompanied by high quality rhythm section tracks recorded on compact disc. Right from the start, students can enjoy authentic jazz sounds, playing in the company of professionals.
With step-by-step instruction and a progression of specially written pieces, the fundamental elements of good technique are introduced alongside the rhythmic subtleties of jazz. Improvisation is encouraged from an early stage and is given direction through the systematic study of scales and arpeggios and advice on ear-training and chord patterns. The text is in English, French, and German. Schott, , PB, 88 pages plus CD.
Following on from the best-selling Jazz Method for Clarinet, Developing Jazz Technique for Clarinet will help the intermediate player take their jazz skills to a new level. The pieces are written in a variety of styles, including blues, swing, New Orleans, ragtime, jazz waltz, bossa nova, samba, salsa, calypso, reggae and South African.
Particular emphasis is given to helping the student improvise over chord sequences. Includes accompaniment CD with rhythm section. Volume 1 Volume 2 Doblinger, , SS, 48 pages. Part B of the first book in the School for Clarinet continues with a few basic concepts trills, turns, mordents, etc. Most of the book, however, is exercises of greater difficulty and in more extended key signatures.
Doblinger, , PB, 85 pages. This book is primarily scale studies in all keys. Similar to Baermann Vol. It also includes exercises based on chromatic scales and intervals. Doblinger, , PB, SS, 44 pages. This book contains 28 relatively advanced studies etudes , some of which are exercise-like while others have more musical variety. The book concludes with a chromatic scale with long-held notes for the clarinet over a very busy piano accompaniment. A new edition of this method book which is probably the best known and most popular clarinet method.
It has been completely reorganized. Highlights of this edition include: Addition of Rose Etude excerpts, expansion of Kroepsch Studies, a new layout affording easier reading, and complete Grand Duets for study and performance.
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