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14 Sep 2021

Volume 46, Number 3

This issue's articles include:

Nicolas Baldeyrou
Mixing humour and virtuosity, the multi-tracked videos of French clarinettist Nicolas Baldeyrou have brought him widespread attention and acclaim.
Toby Deller
Working together
For her recent PhD, Australian-French saxophonist Katia Beaugeais looked at how being a composer herself affects the way she collaborates with other composers on new works for the saxophone
Katia Beaugeais
Historical Fiction
A new disc from saxophonist Christian Forshaw and soprano Grace Davidson presents baroque arrangements alongside recomposed fragments of the same material
Stephanie Reeve
Howells revisited
The chance discovery of a manuscript led to a rediscovery Herbert Howells’ Clarinet Sonata in an unknown, original version. Here is the fascinating story of bringing it to the recording studio.
Barnaby Robson
From the archives
Our cover feature from March 1993, reporting on three of the first female clarinettists to be admitted to the RAF Central Band
CASSGB
Free sheet music
JS Bach’s Invention No 8, arranged as a mixed duet for alto and tenor saxophone
Robert Rainford
Learning and belonging
Thoughts from members of the extended CASSGB family about their experiences of music courses and the benefits they offer tutors and participants
Naomi Sullivan

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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

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• Articles on technique and repertoire

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