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 Re: clarinet cd's
Author: tictactux 2017
Date:   2007-08-31 13:41

I'll probably get flamed for my suggestion...:

Emma Johnson's "Encores 2" contains a number of reasonably simple tracks that don't just let you shudder and think "I'll never be able to play a piece like this", eg Satie's Gymnopédies are a no-brainer to play along.
Minimal setup - just piano and clarinet. Technically solid re articulation and tone.

<grabs asbestos underwear>


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