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This is definitely an organization that is worth your money. If you are a serious clarinetist, you MUST join the I.C.A. A resource filled with all the old journals, new journals, and links to other awesome websites.
More wonderful resources by Christopher Jones on technique along with published exercises that you can purchase.
Michelle Anderson's website that includes lots of videos on how to play the clarinet. Michelle was one of the early pioneers of videos for beginners.
All around nice guy Michael Dean has had his own website for quite some time with lots of helpful information.
This UNIQUE website is fabulous! Interviews with famous clarinetists all interviewed by the host, Sean Perrin.
Great website on the history of the clarinet family and information about each instrument.
If you're not familiar with The Clarinet Institute, you need to be. This website offers FREE sheet music for clarinet quartets and other sized ensembles!
Blogs, Videos, and Masterclasses from clarinetist Jenny Maclay. This is a relatively new website with some nice thoughts on our everyday routines.
A scientific overview of how the clarinet works. Definitely an interesting read!
A very impressive website, Adam Baliff provides an extensive repertoire list. If you're looking for a solo, this is the place to start!
Thomas Ridenour is the author of The Clarinet Fingering Guide which was the go to for YEARS among clarinet players. He used to have a whole series of videos on the clarinet on Youtube. He was also one of the first to create so many videos for clarinet on Youtube.
Kyle Coughlin has a beautiful website with all sorts of exercises and tools for beginning and intermediate clarinetists!