The Most Advanced Clarinet Book

    
The Most Advanced Clarinet Book    00:24 on Tuesday, April 17, 2018          

tmheimer
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Posted by tmheimer

It is published by Austin Macauley on April 30, 2018. It is for advanced players but can be broken down measure by measure or practiced slowly. 50 short studies explained how & why.
You can google-- The Most Advanced Clarinet Book Tom Heimer. In the U.S. it is available from Bookmasters of Ashland, Ohio.
I recommend it for every one who has of an advanced level.




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There are 50 short studies with explanations, followed by 27 full page etudes. They cover pretty much any technical problem you can think of. Though a certain level of playing is required, it can be of use to fairly advanced players, as the studies can be slowed down or even practiced bar by bar. I have been practicing it for 5 years and can play most of it now. I will attempt to get the publisher to include example pages. Maybe think of it in terms of the hardest solos, such as the Nielsen or Corigliano.

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I guarantee you won't be disappointed.

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After the April 30, 2018 publishing date, the publisher (austinmacauley.com) said a full description will be on their website.

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Full description and first 15 pages now viewable. Google The Most Advanced Clarinet Book Austin Macauley Publishers. I have asked them to include one of the 27 full page studies.

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No longer available at Bookmasters. Online in 15 countries including at Amazon.com (and.ca), Chapters Indigo in Canada and Barnes & Noble and Strand (NYC) in USA


Re: The Most Advanced Clarinet Book    22:03 on Wednesday, August 29, 2018          

tmheimer
(76 points)
Posted by tmheimer

Now available at Barnes & Noble and Strand of NYC. No longer at Bookmasters.
personal website --- tomheimer.ampbk.com/
publisher website --- austinmacauley.com

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In the process now of getting hard copies to music store shelves, especially in the U.S. & Canada.

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4 sample full etudes and a few short studies viewable at austinmacauley.com

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To view PDF samples go to austinmacauley.com/author/heimer-tom and click on the image of the book or on PDF samples.


   




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