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The Clarinet BBoard. It thoroughly covers technical aspects of playing the clarinet, like all major and minor scales, Chord practice, Rythm and articulation. The book also covers musicality with a several series of etudes. All in all the book is pages of invaluable information to clarinetists, amateur or professional.
There are literally hundreds of lessons in the book you can work through by yourself or with an instructor. I say it's worth the 25 bucks, as most of us pay nearly that for 1 lesson. Good Luck! It IS very challenging and you will find some of the stuff kinda hard, but thats what makes you a better player, not the easy stuff.
For instance, raw beginners may be better served with the Rubank series that outline a series of weekly goals of absolute fundamentals that can be more easily attained. Yes, it's always worth the money and Klose' is a standard book for any aspiring clarinetist.
I have a copy of the Klose' book in my private library. I also have all three Langenous books that I am using for my initial study material, a copy of Albert's Scales, Hite's edition of Baermann III, all of the rest of the Southern Music Company series for the clarinet Rose, Cavellini, and many others , all of the Rubank books beginner, intermediate, advanced , Ridenour's Fingering book, and various "fake" books for fun music.
Perhaps when I develop more skill especially in the altissmo register , I can study Klose's book more. Until then, I'm not going to let its difficulty level stop me from learning and having fun on the clarinet. The study concentrated mostly on the scale-arpeggio and etude sections of the book and proved to be an invaluable foundation for the "modern" studys that followed during my junior, senior and grad years.
FYI--during high school, my private teacher took me through the Rubank Advanced as well as the complete Lazarus method. When I got to college, I thought that I knew it all, but Klose got me over that attitude. It's a great book, but you will need some guidence private teachings to make good use of it. Good luck and practice!!! There is a lot of work in the altissimo. Because the Klose' drills are renowned for their complexity and thoroughness as well as their range way up there , the book may cause a novice to quit the clarinet way too soon out of frustration.
I was pointed towards lighter stuff that's very good to help less experienced folks get a good foundation on the clarinet at a much slower and perhaps more satisfying pace. That's why you will find occasional references on this BBS to tutors and instructors referring their students to Rubank, Lazarus, Langenus, and a few other books. Ditto for Albert's scales and Hite's rendition of Baermann III versus an original version of the same text that's way high up there.
There is a lot of good work in these books, but the pace is not nearly as grueling as Klose'. Let's face it, I'm never going to be a pro and I've invested way too much into my hobby to look back. So, I might as well enjoy it at a pace I can handle.
I would not recommend it for a beginner unless a teacher is available to keep the student from trying to rush through and getting discouraged. Even then, the teacher would need to have a lot of supplemental basic material available to work on before tackling much of this.
To really benefit from Klose, I would suggest that a student have already completed the following volumes or their equivalent. Rubank Beginning Method designed for 2 years study Rubank Intermediate Method designed for 1 year study but could be skipped Rubank Advanced Volume I designed for 1 year study Rubank Advanced Volume II designed for 1 year study Once this material or equivalent is completed, then a person is ready for things like Klose, Langenus, or Baermann.
I was in High School when me and my teacher would work out some of the duets. Frankly I found some of the studies in the second half to be more exercises in endurance.
The same phrase get repeated in different ways, which is what he must have meant to do, so that technique would become secure in that "repetative" way.
These are near the end of the Klose book If you get the book, I am sure you would find some things in there to supplement what you are studying now. However, if I had a library of studies like Paul, I would forgo it.
There is a lot of music out there, and as one pointed out to me, "you want to play Jettel etudes all day? There's too much music for clarinet out there. Not putting down Klose but I think the Langenus is good stuff. Get the Cavallini Caprices if you want some music with Italian feeling, beautiful lines, endurance, and sheer power.
These caprices are not just studies, but some of the most emotional and dazzling clarinet music I know of. So, from what I understand, it is made for people who can already play the clarinet well! It's just warm-up, scale type things to make you better - after you get to a certain level. But, that's just my take on the book. Sounds like a harder version of the Rubank series that I just finished yesterday. They ship from England though, so the prices there are in English pounds. Generally it will the Carl Fischer publication that was edited by Simeon Bellison decades ago.
Most of the online sheet music stores will also carry it. Most people back then were happy enough with the old key model developed by Mueller, and other simple system instruments. Klose, who adapted Boehm's improvements to the flute for the clarinet with Louis-August Buffet wrote his method to popularize the instrument, and show off what he believed to be its mechanical superiority.
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