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20 Mar 2020

Volume 45, Number 1

This issue's articles include:

Carlos Ferreira
The Philharmonia Orchestra in London has appointed a new principal clarinettist: Carlos Ferreira, still a few years off his 30th birthday
Michael Pearce
Belgium bound
The International Adolphe Sax competition took place in late 2019 in Dinant, Belgium
Stephanie Reeve
Beethoven transformed
A previously unheard version of Beethoven’s Septet Op 20, arranged by Carl Czerny for wind sextet, has recently been unearthed
Emily Worthington & Robert Percival
West coast jazz saxophony: part two
Following on from the article in the winter 2019 issue, completion of our two-part exploration of the American west coast ‘cool’ jazz sax sound
Kenneth Morris
Best of British
The clarinettist Robert Plane’s latest disc includes lost works by Iain Hamilton and Richard H Walthew, plus a new orchestration of a familiar piece by John Ireland
Robert Plane
Colin Cowles at 80
This year, Colin Cowles – composer, teacher and a former editor of this very journal – turns 80.
Michael Dyer
F Gerard Errante
A tribute to the clarinettist composer F Gerard Errante, an early pioneer of contemporary techniques
Ian Mitchell
Latest ligatures
Following his article on clarinet and saxophone ligatures five years ago, the Canadian clarinettist and saxophonist Chuck Currie revisits the topic to discuss various newer models
Chuck Currie
Sax Bandits
Saxophonist Rob Digweed launched an allsaxophone band in his local scout hut in 2015. Five years on, Sax Bandits now boasts over 80 members across three county groups
Rob Digweed

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