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September 1st 2003

Number: 3 | Volume: 28

num: 3, vol: 28

This issue's articles include:

A product of collaboration
Clarinet concerti of the final decade of the 20th century
Linda Merrick
Mozart can seriously affect your fecundity
Clarinettists' propensity to produce twins
Nicholas Cox
The clarinet quintet
Ideas to enable exploration of this genre
John Macfarlane
The Pimlico specialist music scheme
State school focusing on musicians
Victoria Soames Samek
Choosing a saxophone
Help for innocents as term begins
Thomas Dryer-Beers
Bixology
Mosquito bitten but enthralled
Anthony Bailey
Seventh Selmer clarinet and saxophone day
Report on this annual event
David Morris
World Saxophone Congress
From the front line
Gerard McChrystal
Uncle Paul and the 400 nymphets
Harrowing experiences at the ICA ClarinetFest
Paul Harvey
It cannot be played on the viola
John Ireland on his Fantasy-Sonata
Pamela Weston
Problems in obtaining a musical education
The establishment challenged
Christopher Meurig-Jones
The athletic musician
Physical problems experienced by players
Andrew Roberts
Bass clarinet collection
New repertoire surfacing in Antwerp
Ian Mitchell
Oh no not more Saturday teaching!
The Jonas Foundation Music School
Anthony Bailey
Pamela Weston
Her contribution to the the literature of the clarinet
David Morris
Choosing a clarinet
Cut out and copy support for teachers
Graham Honeywood
14th Single reed festival, Colchester
Report on this CASS sponsored event
Marian Pooran
Paul Harvey's clarinet weekend
Amorous tortoise, gin fairy and a belly dancing cat
Helen Pearse

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