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Phillip Rehfeldt has assembled here techniques of dealing with clarinet performances as they have evolved since 1950. He catalogs contemporary practices that differ from those formerly standardized, provides perspective on performance capabilities and limitations, and includes suggestions for performance based on his own experience. The new edition has been completely ...more
Published January 1st 1994 by Scarecrow Press (first published March 2nd 1978)
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