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The Cambridge Companion to the Clarinet

The Cambridge Companion to the Clarinet

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Colin Lawson, Nicholas Shackleton, Basil Tschaikov, Georgina Dobrée, Michael Harris, Jo Rees-Davis, Pamela Weston, Antony Pay, Paul Harris, Colin Lawson, Nicholas Cox, Roger Heaton, John Robert Brown, Michael Bryant
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  • Date Published: February 1996
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521476683
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  • The Cambridge Companion to the Clarinet is a practical guide to the world of the clarinet. It offers students and performers a composite survey of the history and repertory of the instrument from its origins to the present day, as well as practical guidance on teaching and playing from historical performance to contemporary techniques and jazz. Informed by the experience of distinguished professional players and teachers, this book makes an essential and stimulating reference book for all clarinet enthusiasts.

    • Comprehensive coverage of the history, technique and repertoire of the clarinet
    • Contains contributions from many distinguished players
    • The perfect reference and instruction book for clarinettists at all levels, whether amateur or professional
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    "The appearance of this new clarinet study is most welcome....this is a composite effort....it provides wealth of information useful to players and clarinet admirers alike. Serious students and players will have many occasions to consult specific points, yet it contains enough general information to warrant its inclusion in music libraries of all sorts." David Ross, Notes

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    07th May 2015 by Franko0507

    muy buena alternativa para los estudiantes y maestros en la busqueda de material

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    • Date Published: February 1996
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521476683
    • length: 260 pages
    • dimensions: 245 x 189 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.48kg
    • contains: 35 b/w illus. 28 music examples
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Single reeds before 1750 Colin Lawson
    2. The development of the clarinet Nicholas Shackleton
    3. The clarinet family: clarinets in B flat and A, the C clarinet Colin Lawson
    The high clarinets Basil Tschaikov
    The basset horn Georgina Dobrée
    The bass clarinet Michael Harris
    4. The development of the clarinet repertoire Jo Rees-Davis
    5. Players and composers Pamela Weston
    6. The mechanics of playing the clarinet Antony Pay
    7. Teaching the clarinet Paul Harris
    8. Playing historical clarinets Colin Lawson
    9. The professional clarinettist Nicholas Cox
    10. The contemporary clarinet Roger Heaton
    11. The clarinet in jazz John Robert Brown
    12. The clarinet on record Michael Bryant
    Appendices.

  • Editor

    Colin Lawson, Royal College of Music, London

    Contributors

    Colin Lawson, Nicholas Shackleton, Basil Tschaikov, Georgina Dobrée, Michael Harris, Jo Rees-Davis, Pamela Weston, Antony Pay, Paul Harris, Colin Lawson, Nicholas Cox, Roger Heaton, John Robert Brown, Michael Bryant

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