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June 16th 2021

Number: 2 | Volume: 46

This issue's articles include:

Michael Lowenstern
YouTube’s king of the bass clarinet tells us about his musical education, what it takes to keep his channel running, and how he found the right work-life formula
Chris Walters
Just Because
The latest CD from Rob Buckland, Just Because – Short Stories for Solo Saxophone, was entirely recorded and self-produced at home during the pandemic
Michael Pearce
Mühlfeld in Manchester
At the turn of the 20th century, Manchester concertgoers were treated to celebrated concerts by the clarinettist Richard Mühlfeld – the dedicatee of Brahms’ clarinet works
Geoff Thomason
Free sheet music
Two transcriptions of jazz solos by the clarinettist Herb Hall
Samantha Wright
Rahsaan Roland Kirk
We explore the life and recorded legacy of Rahsaan Roland Kirk, the jazz instrumentalist best known for his ability to play multiple instruments at the same time
Kenneth Morris
Discovering Robert Khan
A new disc from Ensemble Émigré features the world premiere recording of a quintet for clarinet, horn, cello and piano by the neglected German composer Robert Kahn
Ingrid Pearson
From the archives
How CASSGB put pressures on universities and exam boards to reverse negative attitudes towards the saxophone in the late 1970s and 1980s
Stephanie Reeve

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