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September 14th 2020

Number: 3 | Volume: 45

This issue's articles include:

Anat Cohen
We hear from the clarinettist Anat Cohen about her passion for Brazilian choro music and a new album of ‘chamber jazz’
Stephanie Reeve
Stanley Drucker
Stanley Drucker retired from the New York Philharmonic in 2009 after a record-breaking 61 years with the orchestra, 49 of them as principal clarinet. Now, at 91, he is still practising and performing regularly.
Paul Harris
Concerto for a friend
As part of his 60th birthday year, Mark-Anthony Turnage has written a new work for clarinet and chamber ensemble for the clarinettist Jon Carnac.
Michael Pearce
Shaking it up
Musician and teacher Guy Passey argues that making your practice more challenging can actually make learning more permanent – a concept known as ‘desirable difficulty’.
Guy Passey
Solo
Writers from the extended CASSGB family discuss their recent reacquaintance with unaccompanied solo repertoire, the result of changing possibilities during lockdown
Richard Ingham/Janet Hilton
Summer Saxes online
When the Summer Saxes course at Benslow Music was cancelled due to Covid-19, the tutors decided to move the course online. They tell us about switching to a digital venture
Gerard McChrystal /Alastair Penman
Life choices
A profile of Jon Rebbeck, a professional sax player who took a 12-year break from music to pursue a parallel career as an airline pilot
Kenneth Morris

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