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13 Mar 2019

Volume 44, Number 1

This issue's articles include:

Xhosa Cole
Last November, 22-year-old saxophonist Xhosa Cole was named BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year, an achievement made possible through the work of local music education projects in Birmingham.
Michael Pearce
Concours de Genève
We report from the final of the 2018 International Geneva Clarinet Competition, an impressive event despite a notable absence of British players.
Michael Pearce
The English tradition
Peter Eaton recently announced his retirement from clarinet production and hopes that a way forward for the English clarinet will emerge. Here, he tells the story of the large-bore clarinet and the genesis of his own manufacturing business.
Peter Eaton
Synergy in syncopation
In the first instalment of a major two-part article, we explore the influence of jazz big bands on single-reed activity.
Kenneth Morris
Sabre
We report from the first ever SABRE day in Zurich, which brought together a group of expert performers and technologists to discuss and showcase the potential of the SABRE device used in conjunction with the clarinet and saxophone.
Alastair Penman
Life with Légère
Two clarinettists discuss what Légère synthetic reeds do well and offer tips to get more out of them.
Heather Roche
D’Addario
Clarinet & Saxophone is grateful to all our advertisers for their continued support. In this feature we hear about the latest developments at D’Addario Woodwind.
Chris Walters

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• Interviews with international soloists (John Harle, Eugene Rousseau, Julian Bliss,
Rob Buckland, Basil Tschaikov), session musicians (Phil Todd, Scott Robinson),
jazz musicians (Bob Mintzer, Trish Clowes, Andy Sheppard), composers (Sally
Beamish, Andy Scott, Ian Stewart), and the best of up-and-coming British talent

• An on-going series on the clarinet sections of our major orchestras

• Articles on technique and repertoire

• Information on making and repairing instruments

• Reports on all the major clarinet and saxophone events in Great Britain
Each edition includes:
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• Reviews of concerts, CDs, sheet music, and products

• ‘Where Can I Play’

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• Quizzes

• Events calendar – the single most extensive calendar of single-reed events
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