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June 1st 2004

Number: 2 | Volume: 29

num: 2, vol: 29

This issue's articles include:

Teaching extended techniques
Expert guidance
Linda Merrick
Forming and working with an ensemble
Years of experience distilled for you
Angela Fussell
This majestic and divine being, as unique in his art as Paganini
From the Swiss ambassador's residence
John Robert Brown
30th birthday party
Chalumeaux Clarinet Quartet
Paul Sargeant
The dirtiest word of all
Scales
Ruth Bonetti
Dimitri's train
Inside the composer's head
F L Dunkin Wedd
Score points
Insight from a professor of rheumatology
Howard Bird
The quiet American
Dr Gresham I presume
Helen Pearse
Conducting the National Saxophone Choir
If the trains allow
John Robert Brown
Amateurish thoughts
More from Cluny Drive in Edinburgh
Philip D Welsby

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