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Complete Method For Clarinet

Op. 63 (1st and 2nd Divisions Combined)

By Carl Baermann

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Woodwinds Clarinet in B-Flat, piano
Op. 63 (1st and 2nd Divisions Combined). Composed by Carl Baermann (1810-1885). Edited by Gustave Langenus. Perfect-A Hinge. Classical. Student book. With Standard notation. Opus 63. 92 pages. Carl Fischer #O32. Published by Carl Fischer (CF.O32).

Item Number: CF.O32

ISBN 9780825801709.

This work contains a wealth of instructive and melodic material so stimulating as to make one forget it was written for teaching purposes. Baermann's Clarinet Method remains as one of the finest works of its kind ever written, and this edition has been put together with the special object of modernizing it and making it thoroughly acceptable for the practical needs of all present-day players.

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  • 4

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    Intermediate/advanced
  • July 04, 2019 Baermann Complete Method for Clarinet

    A good resource for the intermediate student. Has a variety of pieces and exercises that are good for learning and practicing a vartiety of skills.

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    FL
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • July 27, 2017 Too hard to use

    Contains historical info, trill rules, dictionary of music terms, expressions, note values BUT this is hardly a beginning book. This is "division 1&2" but very little attention is given to the beginner except "rudiments" of note values, etc. 21 pages makes up division 1 then 2nd division starts page...

    27. This second part is more usable but there are many other books available that I like better. A funny symbol is used to indicate how long fingers should remain on the keys but I find it distracting. There are LOTS of open eighth notes OVER the music which is this books' way to indicate breathing but that just isn't necessary - the common breath mark sign is so much better. I find these to be too distracting and do not use this book when teaching any more although I play from it occasionally.

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