Hyacinthe Klosé: Studies and Exercises for Clarinet (Characteristic Studies) with revisions by Paul Jeanjean

French clarinetist and composer, Hyacinthe Klosé (1808-1880) is predominantly known for his design improvements to the Clarinet and Flute. However, his passion for the Clarinet is also apparent in his aids to the learning of the instrument, as in his book, Studies and Exercises.

With revisions made by clarinetist and composer Paul Jeanjean (1874-1928), Studies and Exercises, Characteristic Studies for Clarinet covers, in a variety of styles, articulation, breath control, ornamentation, range, scales and arpeggios, among other aspects. Containing input from two well-established clarinetists, this study and exercise book cannot be missed by aspiring Clarinet players.
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French clarinetist and composer, Hyacinthe Klosé (1808-1880) is predominantly known for his design improvements to the Clarinet and Flute. However, his passion for the Clarinet is also apparent in his aids to the learning of the instrument, as in his book, Studies and Exercises.

With revisions made by clarinetist and composer Paul Jeanjean (1874-1928), Studies and Exercises, Characteristic Studies for Clarinet covers, in a variety of styles, articulation, breath control, ornamentation, range, scales and arpeggios, among other aspects. Containing input from two well-established clarinetists, this study and exercise book cannot be missed by aspiring Clarinet players.

Additional Info

Publisher Alphonse Leduc
Difficulty No
Format Score
Genre Classical
Product Language French
Media Sheet Music
Arrangement Clarinet
Number of Pages 0
Composer E. Klosé Hyacinthe

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