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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000547.txt from 2000/04

From: LoriLovato@-----.com
Subj: [kl] glissando
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 09:25:59 -0400

Hello Rien,
Here is what helped me learn to glissando:
1. Begin on a high C and learn to
drop the pitch 1/2 step to a B while
still fingering the C.
2. Then play a B normal and then drop
the pitch 1/2 step to a Bb while
fingering the B.
3. Continue by half-steps as far as you
can.
4. Then try starting on a top space G
and glissando up to a C.
5. Do the same starting on D to G in
the R. Hand.
6. After learning the R & L hand glissandos
separately, put them together.
Hope this helps you. I believe it's from a famous
NY sax teacher Joe... (can't think of his name at
the moment!).
Lori Lovato, NMSO 2nd/Eb

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