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ClarinetMike’s Clarinet Teacher Tips: Fingerings for F# and Eb

ClarinetMike’s Clarinet Teacher Tips: Fingerings for F# and Eb Fingerings for F# and Eb. Below I discuss two common fingerings that should be taught to beginning (and all) clarinetists. First space F#/Gb.  Beginners are often taught to play this note in a chromatic … Continue reading

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ClarinetMike’s Sound Projection Article Reprinted in Vandoren’s WAVE E-Newsletter

Vandoren has reprinted my Clarinet Sound Projection article in its WAVE E-Newsletter – Click HERE to read it.

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ClarinetMike’s Clarinet Teacher Tips: Improve Your Sound – PROJECT!

The below will help a student (or pro!) sound better on any performance, including a music jury or an ALL-STATE AUDITION.  ClarinetMike says, “Project Your Sound!” Clarinet Sound Projection by Dr. Michael Dean “Andy! Pretend I’m on the back row … Continue reading

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ClarinetMike’s Clarinet Teacher Tips: Fingerings for F# and Eb

(Below is a slightly revised version of a previous post.) ClarinetMike’s Clarinet Teacher Tips: Fingerings for F# and Eb Fingerings for F# and Eb. I want to discuss two common fingerings that are (or should be!) taught to beginning clarinetists. First … Continue reading

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