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December 16th 2017

Number: 4 | Volume: 42

This issue's articles include:

Berlin and beyond
At just 28 years old, the Austrian clarinettist Andreas Ottensamer is principal with the Berlin Philharmonic and a soloist in global demand.
Michael Pearce
Jazz pioneer
The life and recording legacy of the legendary jazz saxophonist John Coltrane
Kenneth Morris
Inside the orchestra
The story of three busy decades of orchestral performance in London, seen through the eyes of the woodwind section
Murray Khouri
Crossing Paths
A unique collaborative performance
Naomi Sullivan
Brahms & Mühlfeld
Richard Mühlfeld, the inspiration behind Brahms’s works for the clarinet
Luis Rossi
A silver anniversary
2017 marks 25 years since Clarinet & Saxophone classics came into being
Victoria Samek
A good read
The CASSGB library contains a wide range of books, free for members to borrow
Stephanie Reeve
The Forgotten Clarinet
David Gould bass clarinettist with the American Ballet Theater Orchestra, has recently released a CD of virtually unknown French music
Stephanie Reeve
Merry Saxmas!
The San Jose Saxophone Christmas, now in its 24th year.
Ray Berndt

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