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September 16th 2017

Number: 3 | Volume: 42

This issue's articles include:

A fresh voice
YolanDa Brown is gaining recognition as one of the UK’s most joyful and creative saxophonists.
Michael Pearce
ClarinetFest 2017
The world’s biggest annual festival of the clarinet.
Anna Hashimoto
Bernard Walton
2017 marks the centenary of the clarinettist Bernard Walton, a name now vaguely remembered at best.
Murray Khouri
A recording project
Saxophonist Dominic Childs on his new album of French music for saxophone and piano, inspired by female composers and other formidable women.
Dominic Childs
Mozart & Stadler
The life and career of Anton Stadler, the man who inspired Mozart’s greatest works for the clarinet.
Luis Rossi
Travelling with a sax
The pros and cons of different kinds of instrument case and offers tips on surviving a flight with a saxophone.
Tracy Heavner
Music for clarinet choir
In the continuing series on the collection of music held in the CASSGB library, we profile the history and repertoire of the clarinet choir.
Stephanie Reeve
A jazz centenary
It’s 100 years since the first commercial jazz record, featuring the clarinettist Larry Shields, was produced.
Kenneth Morris

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