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Beginning Clarinet SolosBeginning Clarinet Solos, vol. IPart of the Laureate Series of Contest Solos. Clarinetists will derive both pleasure and lear...Click To Read More About This Product
Beginning Clarinet Solos
Beginning Clarinet Solos, vol. I
Part of the Laureate Series of Contest Solos. Clarinetists will derive both pleasure and learning when using these recordings. They feature some of the most talented soloists, first chair players with major orchestras. Each piece is performed by the soloist, then the accompaniment is provided for the at-home player. The compositions are all drawn from widely used State Contest Pieces, and graded for each level. The scores are annotated by the soloist, noted clarinetist Jerome Bunke. Suggestions for their performance are included. A Master Class! Includes a high-quality printed music score annotated with performance suggestions and a compact disc with complete versions (with soloist) followed by piano accompaniments to each piece, minus the soloist.Beginning Clarinet Solos, vol. II
Harold Wright, for a quarter century the first clarinetist of the Boston Symphony, guides you through this master class, the second volume of contest solos for beginning clarinetists. The included scores are annotated by Mr. Wright, with many valuable performance suggestions. Your accompanist is celebrated pianist Harris Goldsmith, who also provides slow-tempo practice versions to the outer movements of Weinberger's Sonatine. Includes a high-quality printed music score annotated with performance suggestions and a digitally remastered stereo compact disc with complete versions (with soloist) followed by piano accompaniments to each piece, minus the soloist. Includes alternate slow-tempo accompaniments to the outer movements of Weinberger's Sonatine.