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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000665.txt from 1999/06

From: "Aaron Hayden" <haydenmusic@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Technique books
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 1999 10:41:54 -0400

One of the best technique books that I have used, is the Eugene Gay method.
It is very methodical and it addresses many of the problems of playing
evenly and precisely and getting rid of the bleeps between notes. The
books are very repetitious and also pricey, especially book 2 , but worth
it. Unfortunately the books are written in French. The books also have
many tonguing exercises, if used correctly, it will greatly improve
tonguing.

Aaron Hayden,
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From: <zatews@-----.net>
Subject: [kl] Technique books

> I have been looking for some good technique books, and was wondering if
> anyone has any recommendations (I'll be a senior in high school next
> year, by the way).
>
> Someone recently recommended Paul Jeanjean's "Vade Mecum" (but I haven't
> been able to find it anywhere), and I also saw that someone posted
> something about Avrahm Galper's "Clarinet Tone Technique and Staccato"
> and "Clarinet Upbeat Scales and Arpeggios". Are any of these good? or
> does anyone have any other recommendations? (I especially need to work
> on my tonguing, if anyone has advice for that).
>
> Thanks,
> Michelle
>
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