Posts Tagged: Clarinet

Reflections

Coming from an educational standpoint, it’s not necessarily the teacher’s complete responsibility to guide each and every student to the trough of knowledge and wisdom, that responsibility lies in the laps of the parents and families of the children also,

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Reflections

Coming from an educational standpoint, it’s not necessarily the teacher’s complete responsibility to guide each and every student to the trough of knowledge and wisdom, that responsibility lies in the laps of the parents and families of the children also,

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My Touring Repertoire for 2016

Bell                         5 Pieces Bernstein             Sonata Brahms                 Quintet Brahms                 Sonatas Opus 120 Brahms                 Trio Debussy               Premiere Rhapsody Finzi                       5 Bagatelles Finzi                       Concerto Finzi                       Sonata Poulenc               Sonata Heiffetz                Hora Stacatto Krommer

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My Touring Repertoire for 2016

Bell                         5 Pieces Bernstein             Sonata Brahms                 Quintet Brahms                 Sonatas Opus 120 Brahms                 Trio Debussy               Premiere Rhapsody Finzi                       5 Bagatelles Finzi                       Concerto Finzi                       Sonata Poulenc               Sonata Heiffetz                Hora Stacatto Krommer

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Violin Technique?

“In instrumental music, the relationship of the percussive elements to those of the purely singing sound is analogous to that of the consonants and vowels in speech and song.”

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Violin Technique?

“In instrumental music, the relationship of the percussive elements to those of the purely singing sound is analogous to that of the consonants and vowels in speech and song.”

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Kinesiology of the Clarinet

Kinesiology as it relates to the clarinet involves every aspect of practice and performance. By definition kinesiology is the science dealing with the interrelationship of the physiological processes and anatomy of the human body with respect to movement. Movement of the fingers in relation to the fingers and the key’s on the clarinet involves constant attention to the height of the fingers in relation to the keys and the flexibility needed to make the connections with a sense of interconnectedness.

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Kinesiology of the Clarinet

Kinesiology as it relates to the clarinet involves every aspect of practice and performance. By definition kinesiology is the science dealing with the interrelationship of the physiological processes and anatomy of the human body with respect to movement. Movement of the fingers in relation to the fingers and the key’s on the clarinet involves constant attention to the height of the fingers in relation to the keys and the flexibility needed to make the connections with a sense of interconnectedness.

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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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Rose Etudes and some finger/interpretation basics

From the Russianoff Clarinet Method, a statment by Leon… “Do no assume that the ligature must always be placed in the same position 9 the usual:  slightly below the scribed line on the mouth piece).” “In short, trust trial and

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Rose Etudes and some finger/interpretation basics

From the Russianoff Clarinet Method, a statment by Leon… “Do no assume that the ligature must always be placed in the same position 9 the usual:  slightly below the scribed line on the mouth piece).” “In short, trust trial and

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What happens when an accompanist is not just an accompanist?

am involved in a wonderful discussion about the role of the soloist and the accompanist in the creation of musical works. Dr. Kennith Freeman and I are engaged in an internet discussion about a recent experience in Houston, Texas when we performed together for the first time. The event was called “Mosaic” and we collaborated across the miles in the United States before we met, each with different ideas and ideologies about how a performance should go.

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What happens when an accompanist is not just an accompanist?

am involved in a wonderful discussion about the role of the soloist and the accompanist in the creation of musical works. Dr. Kennith Freeman and I are engaged in an internet discussion about a recent experience in Houston, Texas when we performed together for the first time. The event was called “Mosaic” and we collaborated across the miles in the United States before we met, each with different ideas and ideologies about how a performance should go.

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MOSAIC

MOSAIC

Sandra Cox Flute Kennith Freeman Piano

Jere Douglas Clarinet James Katzenberger Guitar

Sean Salamon Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Piano Dr. Cox, Mr. Douglas, Dr. Freeman

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MOSAIC

MOSAIC

Sandra Cox Flute Kennith Freeman Piano

Jere Douglas Clarinet James Katzenberger Guitar

Sean Salamon Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Piano Dr. Cox, Mr. Douglas, Dr. Freeman

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