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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000016.txt from 2008/05

From: Jacob Lindsay <jacobmakesnoise@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] non-traditional exercise books
Date: Sun, 04 May 2008 21:31:23 -0400

One of my favorite etude books has been P.M. Dubois'
"Douze Etudes". Might be a little more advanced than
what you are looking for, but contains both
challenging, yet very musical etudes in a 20th century
vain.

All the Opperman books contain excellent exercises.

A few books not specifically for the clarinet, but
easily used for the clarinet:
Nicolas Slonismsky "Thesaurus of Scales and Melodic
Patterns"
Yusef Lateef "Repository of Scales and Melodic
Patterns"
Steve Lacy "Findings: My experience with the Soprano
Saxophone"

--- Donna Black <donnablack33@-----.com> wrote:

>
> Does anyone have any suggestions for non-traditional
> clarinet exercise books--particularly at the
> advanced high school level? Collections of solos
> would also be good. My students and I would benefit
> from something other than Rose, Baermann, Cavallini,
> etc.
> When I say non-traditional I mean 20th or 21st
> century. Could be jazz. Could be very new music. I
> will continue to teach Mozart, of course, but giving
> my students a broader view of music would be great.
> Thank you.
> Donna Black
>
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