Index / Table of Contents (scroll down for recent blogposts)

Index: A-Z List of Clarinet Techniques Discussed in my Blogposts – click to be shown a new page listing each post that mentions the desired technique


air sounds glissandi spectral multiphonic
aluminum foil multiphonic tongue ram
articulation no mouthpiece trills
bending preparations trumpet embouchure
double tongue register key water
double trills shaking  whistling
dyads singing
flute embouchure slap tongue
flutter tongue speaking

 

Table of Contents


 

The Basics:

…on clarinet articulation covers everything from single and double tonguing, slap tongue, tongue rams, and fluttertongue through to flute and trumpet embouchures, and clarinet shaking. (Tongue ram, and flute and trumpet embouchures, are also techniques wherein the mouthpiece is removed from the clarinet. Other mouthpiece-less techniques can be found in this post.)

…on writing air sounds for clarinets deals with all the different ways you can manipulate air on a clarinet: air versus pitch, vowel sounds, outside of the mouthpiece, without the mouthpiece, inhaling versus exhaling, various articulation effects, etc.

…on soprano clarinet glissandi The details (and restrictions) of using them, in both directions, and how feasible bending is. It also talks briefly about spectral multiphonic glissandi (another post that talks briefly about spectral multiphonics is the air sound post, wherein I talk about spectral harmonic ‘whispers’ which are essentially very quiet airy spectral multiphonics).

…on singing and playing covers all the possibilities of singing and playing, dynamics, how to deal with different pitch material in the voice and clarinet, glissandi, and combining singing with other extended techniques

 

Special Techniques: 

Bass clarinet preparations. Lots of ways you can cover the bell of the bass clarinet.

All the possibilities for creating beautiful transitions, trills and multiphonics using only the register key.

On the use of double trills.

Bass clarinet techniques without the mouthpiece is a continuation of some techniques discussed in the articulation post. This second post moves beyond tongue rams, and flute and trumpet embouchures, to singing, whistling and croaking into the bass clarinet.

On close interval dyad multiphonics for Bb clarinet.

On only using the lower joint of the Bb or Eb clarinet.

 

Other Popular Posts:

On using the iPad in performance – advantages and disadvantages and a fairly complete how-to

Advice for young composers

 

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