Edited by Calogero Palermo.
An irreplaceable tool for any student who wants to prepare in a serious and competitive auditions and orchestral competitions and also for all those early clarinets who have to prepare works that are perhaps less known.
100 daily exercises to improve the homogeneity.
The volume of Carbonare, clarinetist, first solo clarinet at the National Orchestra of France, the Berliner Philharmoniker and now the National Orchestra of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome is based on the daily work of the instrumentalist. Carbonare is dedicated in particular to the homogeneity, the intonation, the color and the ductility of the sound, characteristics often underestimated with respect to the speed of the fingers and the staccato. The book, with text in Italian, English and French, is divided into four parts: in the first there are vocalizations, in the second one the acute and the grave register are dealt, in the third the throat sounds of the left hand, in the fourth, finally , exercises on ecotones and ways of attack.
A recommendation from the author:
«A book alone can not succeed in improving such a delicate aspect as that of sound without your input. These exercises are just ideas, proposals; you will be later to complete according to our personal needs the studies that are suggested to you. Be inventive and do not passively study! »