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James Rae: Jazz Scale Studies – Clarinet

  • for clarinet
  • Instrumentation details:
    clarinet
  • Composer: James Rae
  • Table of contents:
    The Comfort Zone
    Breezin'
    Dorian Dance
    Cutting Edge
    Mixin' It!
    Good News for Some!
    Night Moves
    Don't go There!
    Hangin' Out
    No New Messages
    Blue Focus
    Hard as Nails
    No Joke!
    Second Wind
    The Whole Truth
    Mobile Tones
    Diminishing Returns
    Speedbird
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James Rae: Jazz Scale Studies – Clarinet for clarinet | UE21351

  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Grade: 2-4
  • Languages: German | English | French
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-3115-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-07767-8
€14.95
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Description

18 studies written to develop familiarity with the main types of scales and arpeggios in Jazz. More enjoyable than the scales themselves, James Rae has deliberately chosen keys that give a comfortable, user-friendly introduction to the various tonalities. Each section describes a particular type of scale and includes studies based on it. Included are: the major scale, the dorian mode, the mixolydian mode, the minor pentatonic scale, the jazz melodic minor scale, the blues scale, the chromatic scale, the whole tone scale and the diminished scale. Studies in each of these volumes have been set as an alternative to scales, for all grades, on the Jazz Flute, Jazz Clarinet and Jazz Saxophone syllabuses of the new Trinity Guildhall Examinations 2007.

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Contents

  • The Comfort Zone
  • Breezin'
  • Dorian Dance
  • Cutting Edge
  • Mixin' It!
  • Good News for Some!
  • Night Moves
  • Don't go There!
  • Hangin' Out
  • No New Messages
  • Blue Focus
  • Hard as Nails
  • No Joke!
  • Second Wind
  • The Whole Truth
  • Mobile Tones
  • Diminishing Returns
  • Speedbird

Reviews

This book has a good balance of technique and application of the technique, allowing the player to learn to listen. I, once again, commend James Rae on publishing a well-constructed work, focusing on a specific topic and limiting the amount of material for a student to digest and practice. Well done! The Clarinet 03/2014

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