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A Collaborative History of the Clarinet: Mozart / Stadler

Further to last week’s post on taking a historical approach to the sound of the clarinet, I’ve decided to put together a little series on the blog. Since I’m rather keen on clarinetist/composer collaborations, it would only be right to … Continue reading

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… on taking a historical approach to the sound of the clarinet

So there are basically two things I do in life in order to procrastinate when it comes to actual practising, while doing things that I still deem musically useful. One is working on this blog. The other is practising this … Continue reading

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