Category Archives: flute embouchure

…on clarinet articulation

Bit of a monster post for you today, so I won’t waste too much time with introducing it. Basically I’m going to cover all the different ways the tongue and throat can be involved when playing the clarinet. From the basics … Continue reading

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…on writing air sounds for clarinets

Update (Feb 15, 2017): It’s the three year anniversary of this post this week, so I’ve updated it with some contrabass clarinet air sounds and a bit more information, hope that’s useful! Recently, a composer sent me an e-mail asking … Continue reading

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