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18 Dec 2020

Volume 45, Number 4

This issue's articles include:

Timothy McAllister
One of the world’s most eminent classical saxophonists talks about his career and work ethic, supporting his students through the coronavirus pandemic, and being the dedicatee of John Adams’ Saxophone Concerto
Michael Pearce
Peter King
A profile of Peter King – polymath, composer and possibly the greatest British alto player of all time
Kenneth Morris
The chamber music of Arnold Cooke
A new recording of chamber works featuring the clarinet by the 20th-century English composer Arnold Cooke
Janet Hilton
Ian Herbert at 90
Ian shares some colourful memories from a life in music
Ian Herbert
Ionian Clarinet Choir at 50
Almost certainly the oldest clarinet choir in Europe, the Ionian Clarinet Choir was formed in November 1970
Stephanie Reeve
Free sheet music
‘Piece O’ Cake’ and a solo work ‘Storm in a Teacup’
Roger Purcell
Beethoven and the Clarinet
A delve into the chamber works of Beethoven held in the CASSGB Library in the year of the composer’s 250th anniversary
Stephanie Reeve
Do you hear me?
The inspiration for his new EP and the process behind its creation
Alastair Penman
Learning by ear
The charity Yes I Can!, which helps children with vision impairments learn wind and brass instruments
Chris Walters
#lockthesaxdown
A closer at a project that arose from the limitations of lockdown but has since blossomed, encompassing an international community of saxophonists
Stephanie Reeve
Signing off
A reflection on being editor of Clarinet and Saxophone magazine
Chris Walters

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