|Rose 32 Etudes for Clarinet
|Larry Guy Selection, Adjustment, and Care of Single Reeds
New Edition Enlarged and Revised
|Opperman Master Studies for Clarinet
by Robert Muncy with help laying this book out for publication from his son Philip Muncy
|Rubank Advanced Method for Clarinet Volume 1 and 2, Edited by Gower and Voxman
|Klose Daily Exercises Arrranged by Harry Bettoney
|If you play clarinet, and want to get better, you must have this book and for the rest of your life practice these studies. The studies in Book One, Book Two, and the Rose 32 Etudes are used daily by the top clarinetist's in major orchestras. the 32 Etudes are highly musical compositions that emphasize the range and scope of clarinet performance. Written a few years after his celebrated 40 studies, these pieces are acknowledged gems with the repertoire.
|NEW ENLARGED AND REVISED EDITION
This book covers tools, breaking in reeds, adjustment guide, troubleshooting and much more. For clarinet and saxophone reeds.
|These 20 technical studies by master teacher Kalmen Opperman are the product of decades of experience. These studies are suggested to be used by those clarinetists that have completed the Intermediate and/or Advanced Velocity Studies.
|by Robert Muncy - The book about Recreational Vehicles made by Avion and Cayo has 176 pages. There are more than 80 pages of color photos (almost 200 photos). It has a quality paper (plasticized) cover that is stitched for durability. It is printed in 8 X 10 size to enhance the photos, all of which are captioned. If you like (or love) Silver Avions, or if you just have curiosity about Avions, I believe you will find this book enjoyable. It is perfect as a coffee table book where you can go back and view the photos from time to time. You may even recognize someone.
|An outlined course of study edited by William Gower and Himi Voxman and designed to follow up any of the various elementary and intermediate methods. Includes duets, scales, and arpeggios. Volume 2 is more advanced.
|Fifteen daily exercises from Klose arranged by Harry Bettoney