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Lesson Learned and Lessons Taught

StPh_PosterI have been asked lately, how I could coordinate a multi career life. Well, it has not been easy but it is fun. The challenges in scheduling have been horrendous but have worked out. There was one time I actually

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Lesson Learned and Lessons Taught

StPh_PosterI have been asked lately, how I could coordinate a multi career life. Well, it has not been easy but it is fun. The challenges in scheduling have been horrendous but have worked out. There was one time I actually

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Finger Positions

I am looking forward to pulling out another old warhorse, the Rossini Theme and Variations and give the fingers a good workout. Arpeggios, here I come!

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Finger Positions

I am looking forward to pulling out another old warhorse, the Rossini Theme and Variations and give the fingers a good workout. Arpeggios, here I come!

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Finger Position

Working on muscle control of the fingers and placement thereof for consistency. Wow, it’s interesting how that can get out of sync after this hiatus.

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Finger Position

Working on muscle control of the fingers and placement thereof for consistency. Wow, it’s interesting how that can get out of sync after this hiatus.

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Interview With Robert Marcellus By Dr. Jim Gholson

The following interview with Robert Marcellus is taken from a series of interviews conducted by
James Gholson with a number of prominent American clarinettists and teachers. They were each
asked to respond to the same set of questions regarding teaching and performance. Australian Clarinet
and Saxophone is pleased to publish a shortened version of one of those interviews.

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Interview With Robert Marcellus By Dr. Jim Gholson

The following interview with Robert Marcellus is taken from a series of interviews conducted by
James Gholson with a number of prominent American clarinettists and teachers. They were each
asked to respond to the same set of questions regarding teaching and performance. Australian Clarinet
and Saxophone is pleased to publish a shortened version of one of those interviews.

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Just For Fun! The Other Side of Creativity

Somthing that is a definer for my life. A definer in my life, the road that many fear to take can turn out to a be a great journey!

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Just For Fun! The Other Side of Creativity

Somthing that is a definer for my life. A definer in my life, the road that many fear to take can turn out to a be a great journey!

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Upcoming Performances and Bios..

Dr. Sandra Cox Bio Sandra Cox, D.M.A., flutist, was a winner of the National Flute Association’s Convention Performer Competition in 2003 and 2004, she performed at the National Flute Association Conventions in Las Vegas (2003) and Nashville (2004). She has

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Upcoming Performances and Bios..

Dr. Sandra Cox Bio Sandra Cox, D.M.A., flutist, was a winner of the National Flute Association’s Convention Performer Competition in 2003 and 2004, she performed at the National Flute Association Conventions in Las Vegas (2003) and Nashville (2004). She has

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An Experience with Maestro Alan Balter

Alan Balter, Musician, Mathematician, Conductor, Maestro, a Wonderful Human Being!  Working with Alan was never dull or boring, always a new adventure each and every day.  Beginning with a couple of lessons when he was at the San Francisco Conservatory

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An Experience with Maestro Alan Balter

Alan Balter, Musician, Mathematician, Conductor, Maestro, a Wonderful Human Being!  Working with Alan was never dull or boring, always a new adventure each and every day.  Beginning with a couple of lessons when he was at the San Francisco Conservatory

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