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RUBANK EDUCATIONAL LIBRARY No.

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Inicie os seus estudos sempre
com o acompanhamento de um
professor de Clarinete.
MTODO RUBANK
INTERMEDIRIO
CLARINETE
A msica exalta o esprito humano, criativa, auto-expressiva e permite
a expresso de nossos pensamentos e sentimentos mais nobres.
METODO DE CLARINETE

RUBANK

NIVEL INTERMEDIARIO
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RUBANK EDUCATIONAL LIBRARY No. 52
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CLARINET
J. E. SKORNICKA and ROBERT MILLER
A FOLLOW UP COURSE FOR INDIVIDUAL
OR LlKE-INSTRUMENT ClASS INSTRUCTION

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Instrumentos de sopro do naipe madeiras, embora feitos de madeira
ou metal como o saxofone, algumas vezes tm plstico ou metais na
composio da estrutura e de seu corpo.

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O ar vibra, soprando-se no bocal, nos casos da flauta e a
flauta pequena ou flautim ou atravs de uma palheta
simples no clarinete e no saxofone, ou de uma palheta
dupla, no caso do obo, obo damore,
corne ingls e do fagote.

A altura do som (a afinao)
desses instrumentos pode mudar
abrindo-se ou fechando-se os orifcios
feitos no corpo do instrumento.


DEUS SEJA LOUVADO
Fingering Chart (Simplified)
by
ROBERT MILLER
The purpose of thi8 chart is to acquaint the pupil with the correct fingerings in particular passage:
and keys, and its simplicity is conducive to quick comprehension. This chart is built on the assumption tha
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the pupil already knows the standard fingerings for practically alI the tones on the clarinet, and needs only
guide as to which one of several he should use in some particular passage or key. This chart makes it
to mark the fingering on the music without drawing a picture of the instrument, and if the pupil will refe:
to this chart at every opportunity, he will find that it is very easy to memorize in a very short time.
'--" As indicated on the chart, the upper half of the clarinet is played with the left hand and the finger
'-' ings with that hand are designated by means of nU1nbers, while the lower half of the clarinet is played witl
'--" the right hand and the fingerings are designated by means of letters. All that the pupil need remembel
18: LEFT HAND-NUMBERS, RIGHT HAND-LETTERS.
Since certain tones may be fingered by either the right hand 01' the left, the numbers and letter8
synchronized thus:
1 ar A wiU produce C# upper register and F# lower register.
'--"
'-'
Kt"Ys
2 01' B will produce B uppei register and E lower register.
Keys 3 or e ""iH produce C upper registe, and F lower reg-ister.
Either numhers or letters wiIl appear above the notes \,\'hen a parti cular fingering is desired, allo thel
it will be aparant which hand i8 to play that particular tone ano what key i8 to he used. In some ca8ef
'--' both a number and letter "vil! appear over a note, signifying that both such keys are to be used in the pro
duction of that particular tone.
g
x wiU he used over the high Bb and Eb-1st line thus: .
x
o
o
EXAl\IPLES
'-'
.....,
'--'
7
6
b
4
C 3 B 2 A 1 5 F 8
........
r F
I
r r
I
#r
F
I
bj
j j
x
I
b
r
!,J r
"r
D
\....

\,......

2 B
b
F
b
5
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C C
B
3 3 3
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MCMXXXV1 by Rubank IIlC., Chicag-u, li!.
195 Ccpyright Renewed lnternat ional Copyri g ht Se cur"rj
EssentiaI PrincipIes
of
GOOD CLARINET PLAYING
1. Good TOJ).e is necessary in order that one's playing be a pleasure to the listener as well a s the
player. Good tone can be produced only when the instrument is in good playing condition, equipped wit h a
good mouthpiece and reed, and played with a COI-rect embouchure.
2. Intonation. When two successive tones of different pitch are produced, it is necessary that each
tone be in tune with the other, relative to the interval being played.
3. Tune. The player must develop and train his ear so that a difference of pitch can be distingui shed
when playing with others.
-i. Note Values. The player must develop a rhythmic sense so as to give pI'oper value to tones a s
represented by the written notes.
5. Breathing and Phrasing. Each is usually dependent on the other. Since teachers of wind
instruments differ 011 the methods of breathing, no special method is advocated, but it is evident to all mu
sicians that in order to get good phrasing, it is necessary to breathe properly. It is always to the advantage
of the pupi} to spend much time and effort on this phase of clarinet playing and take seriously all sugges.
tions given by the teacheI'.
6. Expression Marks. Expression marks are considered as valuable to the playing of musi c as
punctuation marks are to the reading of prose and poetry. Good phrasing is the performance of mu,.,i(; that
has been properly punctuated. ExpI'ession marks put character into a mass of notes and if properly ob
served vvill produce satisfying musical effects.
7. Relaxation and Proper Position of Bodyand Hands. \Vhether playing in stand
ing or sitting position, t is necessary that the body be erect but relaxed. Relaxation i8 the secret to the
accomplishment of success in many otheI' pI'ofessions and trades. The arms must be relaxed, the elbows a
way from the hody, and the hands aSi::iuming a restful position on the body of the clarinet.
8. Sufficient Time for Practiee. Since different pupils require different types and lengths
of practice periods, the objective that every pupil should estahlish is: aI will master the assigned task wheth
er it takes 'h hour or 2 homs." The accomplishment of a task is far more important than the time that it
consumes.
9. Proper Care of the Instrument. Carelessnei::is in the handling of an instrument is the most
preva lent handicap to the progress of young players . No pupil can expect to produce good results if the
instrument is in poor playing condition. The clarinet must be handled carefully and when a disorder is
found, have it remedied immediately. Constant attention to the candition of the instrument wiIl pay divi
dends in the end.
10. Mental Attitude of Teacher and Pupil. In order that the results be satisfactory,
both the pupil and teacher must be interested in their task, and must have a perfe'ct understanding of what
that task is. The teacher must understand the leaI'Iling capacities of the pupils so that the pupils in t urn
will get the type and amount af instruction that they will understand and be able to master.
195 5
LESSON 1
a. Have instrument in good mechanical condition, and the proper lay on the mouthpiece so that a
f'ouno and full tone \:viU I'esult.
b. One of the important essentials in the playing of an instf'Ument is a rhythmic conception at sight,
ano a cOlTect evaluation of note and rest valueso
c. In playing thfl sllcceeding studies, special attention should be placed on the proper adjustment of
emhouchl'e ano the pl'oper evaluation of notes and restso ,
'lfAndante - Keep the tempo steady.
1.
B ';7J7N' ~ I F F I F' ~ I F F
r
F
'llf/,- Natural 01' IlGll'mal tone,
I r' ~ Ir
-
~ r
--
r I F' ~ Ir Fr F I
-
4rnlnr'ITr 1 Ir1 r I F" 1 IEF Fr Ir Fd IrUfo li!
3 41\ r - - : t = ~ t t = t = l r 1 1 r I r 1Ir 1 1 r I ~ ~ l Ir 1 ftlFFn
'll!t
4r E rtftl I C co r I r 1 I C 1 r r I E1 C r I rat 1 II
4 'li r unirE llrcrr WllCucrrrr HWrt'ICr11
'llif
4r ur r I rrjH;cr
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Ir rr:r r IerrE /11
5 +r 1 t@!f Itr 1 1 U Ir" 1 I C n Q3rr - I fi UC I a1 I
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fr 1 1 Cf Ifi - h@ 1 EJ IF" 1I r lIaB a I (Dl 1 II
Note: Evely pupil beginning \\"ork in this hook should he ahle to sight read all the studies 011 this pageo
}JyelY pupil is I'equested to pl'o\ide a music note hook for the ptll'pose of \\Titillg' rhythms ano melodies
that tbe tcachel' m,lY regui I'f'.
Cupyrig-ht l\ICMXXXVI by Rub"nk Inc .. Chicag-o, 111.
l'IS Copyright Renewed Internatiunal Cupyric;ht S"cured 6
Marks of Expression and Their Use
LESSON 2
Pianissimo ---- ____ w _____ Very soft
Fortissimo ______ ff--------Very loud
Piano ________________ p _______ Soft
Forte-----------_-_ f ______ ._Loud
Mezzo Piano_____ _mp______ Medium soft
MeZlO forta_____ nif---. ___Medium loud' (Normal tone)
In playing a tone on the clarinet (unless otherwise marked) the tone should be held at the same leveI
of volume, without increasing or diminishing the volume of sound. This type of a tone wiIl be indicated
hy means of parellel lines, thus: =======
The distance between the parellellines wiIl signify the difference of volume to be used.
Thus: pp- p- mp- nif f .ff --
p ==========
mp .
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----- ..--......... -----J
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I: I:: I :


mp =========================
p

- II
HARMONY
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2

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p
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p pp=======
, "'4>"4;;;1>51 F
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mp
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pp'====
mp==========mp============ p

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Ir f
J II
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7
2
Studies in Expression
LESSON 3
SOUND GRADUATIONS
Crescendo (cresc.) - GraduaIly louder. Decrescendo (decresc.) or (dim.) -
In playing a crescendo or a diminuendo the pitch of the tone should not change. The clarinet has a
tendency to become flat when playing loud and sharp when playing soft1y.
Rinforzando >- (r:f) is placed over a note for the purpose of bringing out that note more strongly than
the other notes in the same sequence, and is commonly known as an accent.
In order to play the sound graduations ar nuances correctly, it is necessary that the quality of the tone
is not affected but retain its rich and mellow fullness. Oniy the volwme slwuld clwtnge.
When a note is followed by one ar more shorter notes, the shorter notes are played with one half the
volume of the Ionger note. There are exceptions to this rule, but it is a good pnlicy to learn to play alI
phrases as mentioned, since the great majority of music played in this way will be properly pcrformed. A
player interested in the pl3;ying of solos wiIl be greatIy aided through adherence to this rule.
,., F U I F (J Ir lr I r tU I F lr Ir Fr I r r r 11
ff f f l1U rrif mp mp p p pp f l1if f rrif
3
f l1if lIif mp
11 r' F I F' F I F r u I r' crEr I r ruI!
f lIU f rrif f lIU mp f
p f"'lf mp
BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND
Scotch
11 J
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Note: Refer to lines 2 and 3 for patterns used in the song BLUE BELLS OF SCCYfLAND.
Write the volumes, namely, mf, f, mp, p etc. in all the measures of this song with the patterns in sec
tions 2 and 3 as a guide.
195 8




Studies in Accents and Expression Marks
The rinforzando (>-) is placed over a note for the purpose of bringing out that tone more strongly than
the other tones in the same sequence and is commonly known as an accent. The accent punctuates the im
portant notes of a measure ar sequence.
LESSON 4 MELODY

Give each note and rest its full value.
-i. > >- > >, >- > >- ,
1 ,2 i J J I r r I rr r I r 1 I 3 J ti I r r I r r r I li 1 I
f
>
> > > >, > >,
Itrr IFEr IFr
r
IFEe IErr IEEr IFrr I
:;7 :;7 > > > >
,raa li
j
a Ir; r lErE IEEE I=EE Iraa 1;11 1
Observe carefully all marks of expression and p]ay with a steady tempo

2(' J j j I F I Fr F I r E I r Fr I r F I r t2J
p - ='TTff P = n!ft=-P vu
-1. :;7 > ;; > > -=- > >
j. J I J J J I t J I r F r F I F r J I r F F I r F=t
===- mp P nif P =vft-:::::==- p n!!
-J:. >- :;7 >,.. > > fi'- f:
r r r I r J I r
:;7
F r I F r c I r r r I F J I
----========f = f
>
>- > > >
t: r r I F F r I F F r I =rr I r Fr I ;71t J II
f- vif= mp= ==- p = pp
LEGATO ETUDE
----> ---- ,>-
3 @"rRIFFt IgErlrEr 1F1HIEF
E
rl
kE
Fifj J
vif p =====- -=:::::::
> ,> ,..-... :?
-w ' CU I F (r I f F t I E1 F F I r Df Fr A
f= vi! f .ff ff=======-
-, f-r ar I rEr Eli '(TE I GJtr Irj]2'r
f -:: mp =f= f======--
I rfLt fFEr I EJR'd I Oi J a a 11
v1f = mf = f p=---- ;;p
195 9
Articulation and Expression
LESSON 5
Moderato - Play with a steady tempo.
- B
1 iJ Rr3J] I tE Fi tECf I cC E1 te cri iJ 33:i:) UJ I
"fi
c 2 B B
1i]3J f3J9ln
JJ
c
rrP I
c c c
, c fc rtcE; IccEi Ec Ei In niJ JJliJ f1 ccf; I 11
, -e-
Play above study with each of the following articulations. Observe all
,<aflp # ta sJO II
-....-/ ;;:> , :>
;;:> :> ;;:> :>
,
1-;-- - -- ':', 6J
In r Ir r L I akg::EJ I Dn h Icifra j 1 I
"!f - ::::---- --------
Play daily for tone production. P
Andante
3 '11 rUf- r Ir(R2 Fff F I H CF I rr
JJ
I J fl1BgJ
f and p - even volume all the way through.
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Daily Studies for the Development of Technic
LESSON 6
The studies on this page are intended for daily home practice. These studies,if practiced diligently,
will develop a clean and fluent technic. Most of the awkward intervals in the key Qf C major are in
cluded and every finger gets the opportunity to develop independence of action.
Playeach study with a steady tempo, slowlyat first, but increase the tempo each day until every study
on this page can be played fast or Allegro.
Breathe as indicated by the commas, whether you need to or noto Breath marks may be skipped if
two complete phrases can be played in one breath.
11
1 4 cu; CRt I (fijCE[r I ~ r I c1ffFEC1
1
mf .
~ t I fii1} I (ircrrr I rir j rli
&tEu Ffi IrB c nuI @r rmIFrih :11
.
2 4
11
cir crU I OH JJjJ I J JJJJJ3 J I tilitiFi:1 1
Keep right hand down when going to the lower register.
~ ~ ~ - - - ~
, J3 JJJJJ J IJZJ J JjJj I JJJJ JJE Irl rt :11
mf
3 ~ 11 E@ ErU I ri rRV I Em Erv I Gr f?bl
Keep right hand down for alI lower register tones except E.
4 ~ 11/3] JJilll ar FCar I 8ft! &r? Itwt :11
5 '1\ r1fi CfU 16 Cem I m; (dI I riiR?t :11
mp
Play fast and briskly.
6 ~ i)hrMrcrrl@fdVICEErl_lcFrrljff01 r- I
7 &2 HlrrErl@ilrEErl_IRdiWIr-
11
f
11
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LESSON 7
Legato Duet
Moderato J. E.S.
c
A

:::: 2 C
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mf
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-
p
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rrif
mf -
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A
,
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l"'" .. ..
=
>- >
..

.. ::>
::::=-p
p
:
f-;::;;__ p---
-
-
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p::>
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--
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:
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fl .----

--....... ::>
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.. ::> p
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fl
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r- .. >-.........----.
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p

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f _____
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As played
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Staccato Studies
LESSON 8

Accent the first and third beats of each measure
Moderato
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4
I JJ400
J
I PJJp4 'JP4iP I
'lit cresc. 'liif' -../
&& JJOJpJ 'UH O\$P4'JPh I 'JJ4,:;P. 4 14 1 =
-'
&& J'Op,J IHJmJ 144Ml IJJ@up'
J
IJH)pJ I :
n:;r@pJ IJl4)Pl '9
P
?NH '?#OJJ II
-J- Allegro B' jtL ';" C '-'
3 ;- p. aFt 'LEU RJ] IJil? a
Ft
IS<t18JJ In 4Ela I
. J' .

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MELODY
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Syncopation
LESSON 9
@he longer note of each measure is to be accented. @
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t

I

==-- ==-- ==-- ==--
:?
==--
f
-
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.
f- I
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==--
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t.

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::>
f-
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SYNCOPATED MELODY
\-... A\legro F
'--' i C I r EEr IPCP I r Cr I r P- I P E t Ip-f f I L I
'--"
5
pFp IlUr IPC p 1ft ltrU Ir I
\....;

SYNCOPATED CHORD MELODY
-i. Allegro
5@! Jla J I la FIl F F I f r v IlU J1IJJ i IJ
'-"
'#J IJ1 J IJ a dll p E I P r p Il U ;1 J a J I;
\....;
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LESSON 10 Studies in G Major
ti G MAJOR +gff f@ '-'
t ==

=i
, Eij] fUJ I @J @D IJW Pl
f
Ifr@3I
J
. J 11 =
2
2 ,ti:\:tiIilip IJG ijJ I rffffjtt d
1
r ii?tt I
,ti dftit{) I u II
THE USE OF THE F# IN VARIATION FORM
li :11
5 = tftp[ID lPffF :11
195 15
Daily Studies for the Development of Technic
LESSON 11
The purpose of tms lesson is the sarne as lesson 7, only that an entirely new set of keys and finger
ings is concerned. When you see a letter or a number above or below a note, refer to the chal't 80 that
you might be acquanted with the key intended to be used in the various passages on this page.
Increase the tempo after each playing of the studies on this page.
The use of the E key.
f Il & r5ffl r tnr I @f'r rUI I fiFEiU I
4 _
11!1
c@ I tfi ErO I 6ct-cU! I 'irm :11
The use of the F and G keys.
F
2 &15
IV 3ft
J
@J I QWqJJJ I@; :11
Low F# as fingered when played chromatically.
3 4(\ :.
Low F# fingering as played diatonically.
4 4
II
JJiJJJiJ
I
JiJJJ 'JJiIJJiJ'JJiJJ :11

: 5 4 (fffIrQ I I(fiftlEr Irijt D11 I
= D rrrtEt:h Irfti]H Irfr1fF1 ItfCtr :11
RAPID FINGERING ETUDE
.. ... .
6 i ItCrr I
mf
'--'
& aitlWI r ,rJiri@1 tttt Imrfij}lttEt1
: & c1i nrCU I Q1f1ffEICf I (fif(Ul I U r :1
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Studies in F Major
LESSON 12 ../
f IrE9 eU I 6E tij I fffi Gir I
'--"
ft) QgJ IfB9 IJ. II
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Daily Studies for the Development of Technic
LESSON 13
The purpose of this lesson is the same as that of lesson 7 and 12. Accelerate the tempo each time
that a study is played.
Tbe use of the E key.
1 I
1@4
J
O!ljIJ1V} :11
"-"
Keep right hand down until the last measure.
2 l@njJtlHIEftUf) I
The use of key F.

5 IfrtrEeC;ICEr:ftLF:11
"-" 1111'
v 6 :;, ?EdQJ JitJ I!39 .I i@ fg3 183W.r :11
Left hand study
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--
---
Duet
LESSON 14
MAlAS

::::::::=- mp
rnf
Andante
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4
f)
4
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mp
-
-
-:# ... ......

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T

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F f
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mp

2
.
-
mp DOal Fine
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t
c.-
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mp Dc.dl Fine
f) 1":\
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LESSON 15 6/8 Rhythms
Play as a duet, and count carefully.
I I rui II J: d: dti ffid: d fi ti
_E' I I mrui d: I ffl fi I iu: Igi l Uiji II I
DUET IN 6/
8
TIME
Moderato
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.
::>
.
fl r--. ::> ::> B ::>
-
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...
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2 2

B

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LESSON 16
Example: Similarity between %and 2/4 tempo when the triplet is used.
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195
Articulation Studies
LESSON 18
Practice each line until played smoothly and fluent1y, then accelerate the tempo.
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D Major Studies
Observe ali fingerings as indicated.
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LESSON 22
R hmic patterns of 2 sixteenths and an eighth.
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Dotted Eighth Note Studies
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Etudes On the Use of Eb and Bb Fingerings
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LESSON 26
ITALlAN MELODY
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Studies in A Major
'--' LESSON 29
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LESSON 30
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Chromatic Scale Studies
LESSON 81
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2 c 1 E
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36
2
Grace Notes
LESSON 32
There are two kinds of grace notes, short and longo Long grace notes are seldom used, but the
short are used quite frequently. Instead of using long grace notes, it is more practical to write out two
notes of equal length.
In addition to the single grace notes there are double and triple grace notes,811dthese are usually writr
ten out and played quick1y either on the beat or before the beat, the piece of music played determining which
it shall be.
EXAMPLES OF GRACE NOTES
Long
As written
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(Double and Triple)
As written (A.head of the beat) (On the beat)
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TEMPO DI MINUET
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LESSON 34
Andante -Playvery legato Wohlfahrt
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39
Trills
LESSON 35
A trill is produced by alternating the given or written tone and the next scale tone above in rapid sue
cession. As an example, if the given or written tone to be trilled is E in the key of C Major, the scale tone a
bove which will be used in the trill is F natural. If, however, it is the key of G Major, the tone above E wi
be F#. Thus, in the first case,the trill would alternate between E and F natural while in the second CasE
the trill would alternate between E and F#.
The approximate number of notes usually pllWed on a tone that is to be trilled is shown below. Thi
is not always the case, becanse sometimes on long tohes, the trill starts out slowly and accelerates in rapid
ity to the end of that tone, however, the examples will show the number of trilled notes that are to be usec
f} 'Ir 'Ir V
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1

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On long tones, a trill is usually closed with an additional tone which is the tone directly below the gi,
en 01' written tone. In pllWng trills on short tones, this closing tone is not used because of the rapidity witJ
which the tone following the trill, must be reached. If the trill (Ir) appears over a long tone, the closinl
tone is the next tone down from the given ar written tone.

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Sometimes it is necessary to alter the pitch of the closing ton'e, and this is done by indicating below th
trill thus Cf) ct) cn as to what that particular tone shall be. The key in which the trill appears , deteJ
mines as to which one of the three symbols is to be used, although the purpose of these symbolsis the sam!
namely, to have the closing note either a half ar whole step from the given or written tone.
#
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Where the closing tones are to be emphasized and ritarded, they are usually written in to make sure ti:
they will be pllWed. This is done especially in case of long tones that serve as a closing to a phrase 01' a c
denza.
t.
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1
2
Trill Chart
LESSON 36
It is a good policy to trill for long periods on each of the given tones so as to become acquainted with
the proper fingerings and also attain the desired nimbleness of fingers that is necessary in the proper play
ing of these trills. The first section wiIl concern itself with the trills that are fingered in the normal way
01' fingered diatonically, while the second section will be concerned with the production of trills through fin
gerings not normaIly used in the diatonic scale.
Trills in which the natural or normal fingerings are used.
concerned.
,
b
ir
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F
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In order to trill on certain tones, it is necessary to designata certain fingerings not normaly used in the
diatonic scale. These fingerings are indicated below each note and have reference to the production of the up
per note of the trill, since the written 01' given note is fingered normally or diatonicaIly.
AlI trills between the double bars are fingered the same, even if the different registers ofthe clarinet are
b b
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LESSON 37
Mderato UAPID TONGUING ETUDE
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Etude for Technic Development
LESSON 40
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LESSON 41
Observe fingerings carefully.
4
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Dm
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C
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LESSON 42
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DO
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B3 F

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