This authoritative and completely revised and enlarged edition of the Celebrated Method for Clarinet has been edited by Stanley Drucker, former New York Philharmonic Principal Clarinet, and his wife and colleague Naomi Drucker, Professor of Clarinet at Hofstra University The new layout allows for much easier reading during practice and performance while preserving the pedagogical nature of the method Purists and modernists alike will welcome this modernized edition The new edition include the addition of Rose Etude excerpts, expansion of Kroepsch Studies, and complete Grand Duets for study and performance....
|Title||:||Celebrated Method for the Clarinet|
|Publisher||:||Carl Fischer April 1, 1946|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
|File Size||:||695 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Celebrated Method for the Clarinet Reviews
This was recommended to me by a respected clinician in my area, so I took his advice and received so much more than I expected. I have been using this solely to work on fundamentals and have been exposed to exercises I had never seen before and this book has since become my favourite clarinet-specific book.
If you master this book, I'm sure you will have mastered the clarinet
would never be without this book works you thru everything for the more advanced player
This book has absolutely everything in it you need to know to be the best player possible. I should have bought this a long time ago.
First Rate Meets the needs of my student
Years of material for learning and practice in this book.
This book, as well as Carl Baerman's three-part method, is pure gold. I feel it should be integrated into a beginner-intermediate student's practice sessions after the student has gotten a fair grasp of the basics and knows the notes presented in the exercises.
This is a complete exercise workbook for a budding professional.