With a quarter of a million clarinet solos that have been written in the past 250 years, what should you choose when you're tired of the Weber concerti and the Brahms sonatas?
You are at the point in your playing where it's down to refinement of sound and breath control. Once you have the embouchure down pact and you play pretty well in tune, how do you get that sound?
Does your solo ask for the impossible? Here is an exercise that you can add to the laundry list out there that should help.
Are you playing a passage correctly 7/10 times? Why not 10/10 times! Let's break down what you're doing and get over the hurdle!
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