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Develop your clarinet skills with this combination of book and online audio recordings from the Do It! Play in Band series by James O. Froseth. It includes:Modeling by Albert Blaser (Cleveland State U… Learn More
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Develop your clarinet skills with this combination of book and online audio recordings from the Do It! Play in Band series by James O. Froseth. It includes:Modeling by Albert Blaser (Cleveland State Unviersity) and Deborah Chodacki (Louisiana State University)Professional studio backgrounds capture the rich diversity of American music culture with a repertoire of American, Latin American, African, European, and Far Eastern stylesMusic of past musical eras, including 12th-century conductus, 15th-century "Dance of the Bouffons," 16th-century French branle, 18th- and 19th-century folk songs and dances, 1940s and '50s jazz, blues, all the way through to and rock 'n' rollThe repertoire and recorded contexts are motivating, informative, and entirely musicalEvery song includes text, providing information about phrasing, rhythm, style, affect, emotion, history and cultureA unique Rhythmic Pattern Dictionary allows students to “look it up” and “listen up"An individualized format allows students to progress at different rates with a “theme and variation” formatEar training and improvisation are integral parts of the lesson formatArtist performers set musical standards in sound with more than 80 great recorded performances for every instrument Polish your skills with expert help.
- Performers include: Michael Henoch, Oboe (Chicago Symphony Orchestra), Randall Hawes, Jeffrey Zook, Sharon Sparrow, Kevin Good (Detroit Symphony Orchestra), Albert Blaser, Clarinet (Cleveland State University), Brian Bowman, Euphonium/Baritone (Duquesne University), Timothy McAllister (Crane School of Music, SUNY at Potsdam), Steve Houghton, Percussion (LA percussion recording artist and clinician), Donald Sinta, Richard Beene, Bryan Kennedy, Debra Chodacki, Fritz Kaenzig, Tuba (University of Michigan), Kristin Beene (Toledo Symphony Orchestra), and Jean Moorehead Libs, Trumpet (Plymouth Symphony Orchestra)