The Clarinet Chromatic Machine


Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov
Kalmen Opperman
Modest Mussorgsky
Alexander Borodin
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Text by Kalmen Opperman
Soft Cover
Instrumentation: Clarinet
Item Number: WF46
Number of Pages: 144
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print

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Master clarinet pedagogue Kalmen Opperman has drawn from over fifty years of teaching expertise to impart the most comprehensive collection of exercise, etudes, orchestral excerpts and solos to develop chromatic technique of clarinetists of all levels. This will certainly become the “bible” for clarinet study. The Clarinet Chromatic Machine is designed to facilitate the student’s ability to perform patterns constructed from the twelve notes of the chromatic scale.

The Clarinet Chromatic Machine

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Foreword
Articulation Explanation
The Chromatic Scale from Chalumeau Low E to Altissimo C in Half Notes and Quarer Notes
Section I: Chromatic Patterns in Quarter Notes
Section I: Chromatic Patterns in Quarter Notes
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section II: The Chromatic Scale
Section III: The Chromatic Scale in Various Intervallic Patterns
Section III: The Chromatic Scale in Various Intervallic Patterns
Section III: The Chromatic Scale in Various Intervallic Patterns
Section III: The Chromatic Scale in Various Intervallic Patterns
Section III: The Chromatic Scale in Various Intervallic Patterns
Section IV: Arpeggios in Chromatic Sequences
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Section V: The Chromatic Scale in Varied Patterns
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Lesson VI: "ZIP"
Section VII: Chromatic Etudes
Section VII: Chromatic Etudes
Section VII: Chromatic Etudes
Section VII: Chromatic Etudes
Section VII: Chromatic Etudes
Section VII: Chromatic Etudes
Section VIII: Orchestral Passages Utilizing Chromatic Sequences
Section VIII: Orchestral Passages Utilizing Chromatic Sequences
Section VIII: Orchestral Passages Utilizing Chromatic Sequences
Section VIII: Orchestral Passages Utilizing Chromatic Sequences
Section VIII: Orchestral Passages Utilizing Chromatic Sequences
Section IX: Solo Repertoire