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Clarinet Lessons: Developing Tone: Putting it All Together

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[MUSIC]
So, all these exercises that we have been
talking about are nice to do so that we
can feel like we are doing our homework.
But it means nothing if we
don't put it to practicality.
So the air legato with the right voicing,
with the finger legato,
with the air support.
That is all that comes together so then
we can actually try to play music, and
phrase and have colors, and
play it with a beautiful legato.
One of the exercises that I like to do
are from the book of Carl Baermann,
Complete Method for Clarinet.
In the second division there's
a number of very beautiful exercises.
That demand, beauty of sound, and
the legato that is really important for
this kind of exercise
that we were discussing.
Now one of the exercises that are like
this is the one that is called Number 9.
Its a moldoratzo in G major.
And I will play a few measures of it.
So, we can see if we can put
all the things together.
Trying to get as many vowels as
possible with very few consonants.
[MUSIC]