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December 1st 2007

Number: 4 | Volume: 32

num: 4, vol: 32

This issue's articles include:

Do we need 'The system'?
The thoughts of Clarinet & Saxophone Society chairman
Andrew Roberts
Knuston Saxophone Course
Clive Ashwin
ClarinetFest in Vancouver
David Campbell
Ghost reeders
Horror stories from the film industry
Gordon Lewin
Sling The elastic!
Gerard McChrystal
Study sax in Romania
Six weeks into term
Daniel Watson
The clarinet trio of John Ireland
The story of its resurrection
Stephen Fox
What makes a quartet tick?
Don Ashton
Legendary Michael Brecker
Revolution in style
Don Ashton
How the Tarogato came to the Viennese court
The history of this fascinating instrument
Beatrix Darmstadter
Heinrich Grenser and the development of keywork for the clarinet
A dynasty of instrument makers and their work explored
Eleanor Smith
Setting saxophone key heights
Do it yourself guide
Curt Altarac
I want to play klezmer
Guiding you to starting a band
Will Cicola
Clarinet on the hoof III
Where his travels started
Michael Meadowcroft
The requiem experience in Montcaret France
Hope for late starters
Trudi Higgins
The name of the donkey
Winnie the Pooh helps with glissando
Paul Harvey
Jinrich Feld (1925-2007)
Eugene Rousseau

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