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11 Dec 2019

Volume 44, Number 4

This issue's articles include:

Andrew Marriner
Andrew Marriner took up the position of principal clarinet with the London Symphony Orchestra in 1986. This year he retired from the orchestra after a remarkable 33 years in post.
Chris Walters
AKMI Duo are an up-and-coming Swiss pairing of saxophone and piano who recently performed at London’s Wigmore Hall as part of the prize for winning this year’s Swiss Ambassador’s Award.
Claire Jackson
Concerto for the Canaries
Ayssuragan, a symphonic poem for clarinet and orchestra, is part of a cycle of works by the Spanish composer Gustavo Díaz-Jerez, each of which is inspired by one of the Canary Islands.
Michael Pearce
The saxophone music of Gordon Jacob
A brief tour of Jacob’s saxophone catalogue.
Ton Verhiel
Freedom Player
A device, currently at advanced prototype stage, that makes silent practice possible on the clarinet or saxophone.
Alastair Penman
West coast jazz saxophony: part one
Part one of a major two-part essay on the saxophonic history of American west coast jazz
Kenneth Morris
Summer saxes
A report on the Habanera Saxophone Academy in Poitiers, France.
Alfie Ward
Starting small
A survey of a range of beginner clarinet models, a market that has grown rapidly in recent years.
Michael Pearce
The Roaring Whirl
The story of The Roaring Whirl’s conception, a pioneering crosscultural work by Sarah Rodgers.
Geraldine Allen

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