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q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q * Vol. 1/1 (Oct., 1973): Multiphonics for Clarinet, Rehfeldt; Literature for the Basset Horn, Shanley; Report on the 1973 Clarinet Clinic $10.00 * Vol. 1/2 (Feb., 1974): The Cadenza and Ornamentation in the Solo Concerto for Wind Instruments in the 18th Century, Bullock; Sources for New Music, Errante $10.00 * Vol. 1/3 (May, 1974): Clarinetists of the Metropolitan Opera; Circular Breathing, Pulliam; Preliminary Listing of Bass Clarinet Repertoire, Smith $10.00 * Vol. 1/4 (Aug., 1974): Rose 32 Etudes, Maxey; Clarinet Embouchure Control Through the Use of the Upper Lip, Gerbino; History & Literature of the Chalumeau and the 2-keyed Clarinet with Bibliography, Rice $10.00 * Vol. 2/1 (Dec., 1974): Nielsen's Concerto: Discrepancies Between Part and Score, Lewis; Clarinet Embouchure and Attack, Marconi; Contemporary Swedish Music for Clarinet, Monsen $10.00 * Vol. 2/2 (Feb., 1975): Clarinet Duet from 1715 to 1780, Randall; The Clarinet Concerto: What Did Mozart Write?, Gibson; Clarinet Music of John Bavicchi, Gillespie; Clarinet Music of Gordon Jacob, Harvey $10.00 * Vol. 2/3 (May, 1975): Die europaische Klarinette, Part I, Becker (trans. by Kiel); Modifications of the Leblanc Model 417 Bass Clarinet, Harris; Sources III and Other Works for Clarinet & Percussion, Heim $10.00 * Vol. 2/4 (April, 1975): 20th-Century Finnish Clarinet Music, Anderson; All You Wanted to Know About the Bass Clarinet, Palanker; Music from Poland, Jungerman; Four Opinions About the Clarinet Writing in Mozart's Wind Serenades, Leeson; Die europaische Klarinette, Part II, Becker (Kiel) $10.00 * Vol. 3/1 (Nov., 1975): Vibrato, Drushler; The Clarinet at the Ecole Normalede Musique, Glazer; Clarinet Music of Halsey Stevens, Gillespie; Clarinetists of the Los Angeles Philharmonic $10.00 * Vol. 3/2 (Feb., 1976): Clarinet Multiphonics, Errante; Gervase de Peyer, Blyth; Contemporary Icelandic Music for Clarinet, Magnusson; Mozart Clarinet Concerto Rewritten, Newhill; Contemporary Swedish Music for Clarinet, Monsen $10.00 * Vol. 3/3 (May, 1976): Backhofen: Musical Instrument Maker, Albrecht; The Case for Transcriptions, Gulick; Quarter-tone Clarinet, Kostohryz; Clarinet Reed Bibliography, Cauchi; Rolling Technique, Snavely $10.00 * Vol. 3/4 (Aug., 1976): A Modest Autobiography, Tuthill; Frank Kaspar of Cicero; Reed Response: Some Climatic Experiments, McBride; Music for Clarinet & Guitar, Cauchi; The Clarinet and Its Music in Belgium Today, Part I, Lobaugh $10.00 * Vol. 4/1 (Fall, 1976): Bonade Legacy, Part I, Pierce; Report on the 1976 Clarinet Clinic; The German Clarinet, Gibson; Music for Clarinet & Percussion, Heim; Role of Clarinet in the Development of Jazz, Carleton; Clarinet and Its Music in Belgium Today, Part II, Lobaugh $10.00 * Vol. 4/2 (Winter, 1977): Bass Clarinet, Horák; The 5-key Clarinet, Rice; Clarinet Multiphonics, Farmer; Reed Adjustment, Ashe; Handbook for Clarinetists, Gibson $10.00 * Vol. 4/3 (Spring, 1977): Franz Tausch, Clinch; Clarinet Music of George Heussenstamm, Gillespie; Bonade Legacy, Part II, Pierce $10.00 * Vol. 4/4 (Summer, 1977): Bonade Legacy, Part III, Pierce; Fact or Factoid?, Bowen; Nielsen's Clarinet Concerto, Stevensson $10.00 * Vol. 5/1 (Fall, 1977): Reginald Kell, Gibson (with special Kell artwork on cover); X. Lefevre's Second Clarinet Concerto, Lobaugh; 1977 Clinic Report; Clarinetists of the Denver Symphony; Published Clarinet Choir Music, Heim $10.00 * Vol. 5/2 (Winter, 1978): Stanley Drucker; Mozart's Trio, K. 498, Giokas; Clarinet Section of the Halle Orchestra; Artistry of Mont Arey, Jones; The Ear as an Analyzer of Musical Tones, Gibson & Guillaume; Single Reed Mouthpiece Bibliography, Cauchi; Clarinet Dissertations 1970-1977, Cauchi $10.00 * Vol. 5/3 (Spring, 1978): Good Old Days, Gibson & Russianoff; Elsa Ludewig-Verdehr, Jungerman; Bournemouth Symphony & Sinfonietta Orchestra Clarinet Section, Holdsworth; Music for Clarinet-Percussion Duo, Splittberger-Rosen $10.00 * Vol. 5/4 (Summer, 1978): Clarinetists of the Chicago Symphony; Clarinet Concertos of Spohr, Johnston; Danish Clarinet Music, Nelson; Relaxation in Clarinet Performance, Aaholm $10.00 * Vol. 6/1 (Fall, 1978): Artistry of Mont Arey (Conclusion), Jones; Clarinet Section of the Rochester Philharmonic; Clarinet Concertos by Stamitz, Barnhardt; Outline of Clarinet Literature, Gulick; Interview with Lee Gibson, Knepper $10.00 * Vol. 6/2 (Spring, 1979 [sic]): Leister Interview; Studies in Contemporary Music for the Pre-professional Clarinetist, Sigel; Translation of Becker's The Chalumeau in the Works of Telemann, Rice; Clarinet Music of Jorgen Bentzon, Monsen $10.00 * Vol. 6/3 (Spring, 1979): Pamela West on Interview; Cloyde Williams Interview; Clarinet Section of the Minnesota Orchestra; Music for Bass Clarinet, Part I, Heim; Alexander Technique, Dennis $10.00 * Vol. 6/4 (Summer, 1979): Bonade Legacy, Part IV, Pierce; Georgina Dobrée Profile, Fogle; Clarinet Section of the Baltimore Symphony; Interview with Paul Harvey; English Music, Townsend $10.00 * Vol. 7/1 (Fall, 1979): Harold Wright Interview, Snavely; Visitto Moscow, Weinberg; Dubois' Clarinet Music, Gee; Music for Bass Clarinet, Part II, Heim; The Accompanist Speaks, Fan; Ridinger's Youth Playing the Clarinet, Ross $10.00 * Vol. 7/2 (Winter, 1980): History of the Clarinet's Bb Mechanism, Mazzeo; Practical Approach to New and Avant-garde Clarinet Music and Techniques, Ludewig-Verdehr; Audition Procedure and Preparation, Kitt; Clarinet Section of the National Symphony; Quality Dimensions of Clarinet Tone, Riley $10.00 * Vol. 7/3 (Spring, 1980): Guy Deplus Profile, Gibson; Interview with George Silfies, Mellot; Clarinet Section of the St.Louis Symphony; Music for Bass Clarinet, Part III(Sparnaay), Heim; Great Clarinet Bazaar, Errante; William O. Smith, Rehfeldt $10.00 * Vol. 7/4 (Summer, 1980): Reed & Weep, Randall; Donald Martino Profile, Simmons; Music for Bass Clarinet, Part IV, Heim; U.S. Navy B and Clarinet Section; Jack Brymer Interview, Stewart; A Low D for Mozart, McColl; Relationship of Tone Quality to Material of Its Construction, Kuehn $10.00 * Vol. 8/1 (Fall, 1980): Voxman Tribute; Embellishment & Improvisation in the Clarinet Repertoire of the Classic & Early Romantic, Leeson; Clarinet Music of John McCabe; Performance & Pedagogy, Part I, Gulick; Piano's Rolein Clarinet Repertoire, Part I, Severin; Clarinet Section of the Philadelphia Orchestra $10.00 * Vol. 8/2 (Winter, 1981): Clarinet in the Soviet Union, Barkhymer; Anatomical Essentials in Embouchure, Thomas; Music for Clarinet by Women Composers, Part I, Ludewig-Verdehr & Raines; Performance & Pedagogy, Part II, Gulick; Clarinet Section of the U. S. Army Band; Piano's Role in Clarinet Repertoire, Part II, Severin; Bass Clarinet Music, Part VI, Heim $10.00 * Vol. 8/3 (Spring, 1981): Russell Howland Profile, Brothers; Clarinet and Piano in France, Part I, 1860-1940, Paul; Music for Clarinet by Women Composers, Part II, Ludewig-Verdehr & Raines; Clarinet Section of the U. S. Coast Guard Band; Performance & Pedagogy, Part III, Gulick; French Clarinetists in America, Part I, Gee $10.00 * Vol. 8/4 (Summer, 1981): Busoni's Cadenza for the Mozart Concerto, Lawson; Cell & Tissue Differences in Woodwind Reeds, Veselack & Nisbet; Performance & Pedagogy, Part IV, Gulick; French Clarinetists in America, Part II, Gee; Clarinet & Piano in France, Part II, Paul $10.00 * Vol. 9/1 (Fall, 1981): Lee Gibson Tribute, Schoepflin; French Clarinetists in America, Part III, Gee; Clarinet Section of the U. S. Marine Band; Ibert's Cadenza for the Mozart Concerto, Lawson $10.00 * Vol. 9/2 (Winter, 1982): Reginald Kell Tribute; Clarinet Section of the U. S. Army Field Band; Early Review of the Mozart Concerto, McColl; Well Tempered Accompanist, Fan; Eb Clarinet, Hadcock; Kritcka's Cadenza for the Mozart Concerto, Lawson $10.00 * Vol. 9/3 (Spring, 1982): Frank Stachow Tribute; Clarinet Section of the U. S. Air Force Band; Stoltzman Interview; Our Jazz Clarinet Heritage, Duckham; Music is Music, Lurie; Cadenzas for the Clarinet Concertos and Concertino of Weber, Weston; Automatic Register Vent vs. Dual Key System, Maarschalkerwaart $10.00 * Vol. 9/4 (Summer, 1982): Benny Goodman Interview, Duckham; Clarinet in Grove I, Lawson; Hidden Embouchure, Ridenour; Unashamed Accompanist (Brahms Sonatas), Part I, Fan; Bass Clarinet Music, Part VII, Heim; Bass Clarinet Altissimo Register Fingerings, Aber & Lerstad $10.00 * Vol. 10/1 (Fall, 1982): Edmund Wall Interview, Acitelli; Tuthill Tribute, Pierce; Unashamed Accompanist (Brahms Sonatas), Part II, Fan; Role of the Basset Horn 1770-1830, Melville-Mason; Sidney Bechet, Wilber $10.00 * Vol. 10/2 (Winter, 1983): Hans Moennig Feature, Zetzer; Frank Cohen Interview; Max Reger ­ Life and Clarinet Works, Sparks; Beethoven and the Basset Horn, Melville-Mason; Victor Olivieri, Christmann; Around the World with the Verdehr Trio $10.00 * Vol. 10/3 (Spring, 1983): Buddy DeFranco Interview, Duckham; Baroque Music and the C Clarinet, Gulick; Survey of Bass Clarinet Techniques and Pedagogy, Roberts; Clarinet Section of the Pittsburgh Symphony; Ronald Phillips Feature, Hiscock $10.00 * Vol. 10/4 (Summer, 1983): Tribute to Dr. Fritz Marcus, Weston; Bass Clarinet Music, Part VIII, Heim; Blayman Interview, Stewart; The Tonal Window, Larsen; Clarinet Section of the Philharmonia Orchestra $10.00 * Vol. 11/1 (Fall, 1983): Pierre Lefebvre, Pierce; Schumann's Fantasy Pieces, Simon; The Baroque Repertoire (Graupner), Lawson; Rossini's Works for Clarinet, Newhill $10.00 * Vol. 11/2 (Winter, 1984): Weber's Melody in F, Pierce; British Clarinet Sonatas, Willey; Fraulein von Mühlfeld, Sacchini; Josef Holbrook's Clarinet Works, James; Basset Horn in the 18th and Early 19th Centuries (Pleyel), Melville-Mason; Reed Balancing, Ridenour; Clarinet Section of the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Schworm $10.00 Vol. 11/3 (Spring, 1984): 1983 Solo de concours, Pierce; Interview with George Waln, Scott; Repertoire for C Clarinet, Jahn; Contemporary Music from Norway ­ Recorded Clarinet Music, Grim; Angster Profile, Paul; On the Clarionet (Harmonicon), Rice $10.00 Vol. 11/4 (Summer, 1984): Chamber Music for Flute, Clarinet & Piano, Harriss; Jost Michaels Profile, Ware; Clarinet Music of John Verrall, Gee; Oehler & Boehm Systems Comparison, Feller; Use of the Reedual, Heffernan; Low Eb, D, C# and C for Mozart, McColl $10.00 * Vol. 12/1 (Fall, 1984): Report on London Congress; Soviet School of Clarinet Playing, Budrys; Whatever Happened to the Sinfonia Concertante?, Leeson; Clarinet Section of the Toronto Symphony; Debussy's Works for Clarinet, Part I, Nygren; Clarinet Mouthpiece Design, Wang Zhi-Jian $10.00 Vol. 12/2 (Winter, 1985): Colin Bradbury Interview, Gillespie; Clarinet Section of the BBC Symphony Orchestra; British Clarinet Concertos, Willey; Debussy's Works for Clarinet, Part II, Nygren; Beethoven's Chamber Music Involving Clarinet, Duhaime $10.00 Vol. 12/3 (Spring, 1985): Artie Shaw Profile, Duckham; Composer's View on Music and the Clarinet, Kupferman; In Search of Resonance, Pyne; Dieter Klöcker Profile, Haase; Preparing for Auditions, Bloch $10.00

The Clarinet Back Issues

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Vol. 12/4 (Summer, 1985): Bernard Portnoy Profile, Pierce; Copland Concerto, Maxey; Claranalysis (Review of Yamaha 72 Soprano Clarinets), Gibson $10.00 * Vol. 13/1 (Fall, 1985): Oberlin Conference Report; Herbert Wurlitzer Profile, Klose; Chamber Music of Berg, Part I, Nygren; Salzburg, Mozart and the Clarinet, Birsak; Bartók Contrasts, McCormick; Singapore Revisited, Lewis $10.00 Vol. 13/2 (Winter, 1986): Clarinet Section of the Montreal Symphony; Made In Spain (Olivieri), Ware; Multiphonic Spectra, Peacock; Czech Clarinet School, Kostohryz; Paul Howland Profile, Geeting; Clarinet Playing in Austria, Brixel $10.00 Vol. 13/3 (Spring, 1986): Horák Interview, Heim; Alfred Zetzer Tribute, Johnston; In Defense of Weber, Weston; Chamber Music of Berg, Part II, Nygren; Rose & Rode 20 Grand Etudes, Bowen; Naumberg Competition Report, Ludewig-Verdehr $10.00 Vol. 13/4 (Summer, 1986): David Weber Interview, Stewart; South America Through the Eyes of a Clarinetist, West; Küffner's Works for Clarinet, Newhill; Making Music vs. Reading Music, Legbandt $10.00 * Vol. 14/1 (Fall, 1986): Benny Goodman Issue; Clarinet Music of Elliot Schwartz, Grim; Fine Tuning Selmer Low C Bass Clarinet, Part I, Fobes; Seattle Conference Report, Scott; Tribute to Henry Gulick; CASS Congress Report $10.00 * Vol. 14/2 (Winter, 1987): Nielsen Concerto: Danish Performance Tradition, Nelson; Fine Tuning Selmer Low C Bass Clarinet, Part II, Fobes; Easy Way to Fix Reeds, Listokin; Clarinet Section of the Boston Symphony, Creditor; Sabbatical in London, Snavely $10.00 Vol. 14/3 (Spring, 1987): Edinburgh University Clarinet Exhibition Report, Follan; Japan's Clarinet Scene, Weston; Thea King Interview, Snavely; David Shifrin Profile, Meyer; Overuse Syndrome in Clarinetists, Fry; Clarinet Section of the Bolshoi; Rediscovering Three quartets by Mozart, Klöcker $10.00 Vol. 14/4 (Summer, 1987): Exploding Silences, Smeyers; Homage to Artie Shaw, Hirai; Mendelssohn's Concertpieces, Stirzaker; Interview with Brian Ackerman, Snavely; Transposition, de Kant; Recovery of Lost Music, Voxman $10.00 + Vol. 15/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1987): Hans Rudolf Stalder Profile, Kostek Huebner; Recipe for a Clarinet Lamp, Koons; Venezuela Clarinet Festival, Rossi; Royal Hawaiian Band, Baltazar; I.C.S. Conference (Urbana) Report, Schertz; Mozart on Fifth, Pellecchia; Schumann's Fantasy Pieces, Stanford; Index to Vols. 9-13 $10.00 Vol. 15/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1988): Hail to the Chief, Harvey; Eddie Daniels' Solo on "My Little Suede Shoes," Thompson; Belgrade Competition (two reports by Walzel and Barker); Vivaldi and the Clarinet, Johnston; Interview with John McCaw, Snavely; Costa Rica and the Clarinet, Maxey; Clarinet and Saxophone on Compact Disc, Bryant; Mastering New Sounds ­ A Beginner's Guide, Gingras; Index to Vol. 14 $10.00 Vol. 15/3 (May­June, 1988): Clarinet Lesson, Klose; Report on 1987 University of Oklahoma Symposium, Clark; Chat with Milenko Stefanovic and His Son, Ware; Baroque Music for Clarinetists, Steinzor; Paris Conservatoire: Solos de Concours and Prizewinners, Cuper & Paul; 1988 Conference Issue $10.00 + Vol. 15/4 (July­Aug., 1988): Valencia, Spain Clarinet Course Report, Willett; Mitchell Lurie's Approach to Uhl's Etüden, Laubacher; Reginald Kell's Clarinets; Puddy, Shackleton and Follan; Clef Reading for Bass Clarinet, Zetzer; Clarinet Section of the U.S. Military Academy Band, Graulty; Clarino Ensemble Profile, Latto; The Works of Heinrich Baermann, Newhill; Jazz and the Clarinet, Kuehn $10.00 * Vol. 16/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1988): Cover Story/Interview with Robert Marcellus, Nygren; Evolution of Woodwind Doubling, Thompson; Report on the 1988 Conference/Clarfest, Wong; Improvisation in the Mozart Concerto, Young; Pascal Moraguès Interview, Willett; Index to Vol. 15 $10.00 Vol. 16/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1989): Carl Barriteau Profile, Denman; Dvorák and the Basset Horn, Melville-Mason; A Visit to the Var, Lurie; Oklahoma Symposium Report, Ishigaki; Development of the Early Clarinet, Ackerman; Medical Problems of the Performing Artist, Poor; Are You a Victim of T.M.J. Dysfunction?, Betz; Benny Goodman Archive at Yale University, Gier; A List of Chamber Works Employing Bass Clarinet, Thompson; Born Thirty Years Too Soon! (Harry Keller Profile), Josias; Jazz Bass Clarinet, Kuehn $10.00 Vol. 16/3 (May­June, 1989): The Duo Orlando in China, Orlando; Repertoire for the C Clarinet: An Addendum, Jahn; Introduction to Larry Sitsky, Bryant; Expanding Timbral Flexibility Through Multiphonics, Mandat; Passions, the Brain, and the Clarinet Teacher, Jones; Cover Story on Mühlfeld's Clarinets, Puddy and Shackleton; Twelve-Minute Warm-Up for Clarinet, Bullock; Considerations About the Adaptions of Clarinet Compositions of Weber by H. J. and C. Baermann, Michaels $10.00 Vol. 16/4 (July­Aug., 1989): Benny and Artie: A Stylistic Comparison, Kuehn; A List of Chamber Works Employing Bass Clarinet ­ Addendum, Thompson; Heinrich Baermann Look-Alike (cover story), Walthall; Stephen Waters Profile, Sellen; Murray Khouri Interview, Radnofsky; Conversation with Michel Arrignon, Willett; Considerations About the Adaptions of Clarinet Compositions of Weber by H. J. and C. Baermann - Part II, Michaels $10.00 * Vol. 17/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1989): Italian Scene, Orlando; Report on the 1989 Clarinet Fest in Minneapolis, Kilstofte; Mozart Clarinet quartets, Newhill; Review of Leblanc 451 Basset Horn, Fobes; Clarinet Music of Reger, Grim; Report on the 22nd Polish Concours, Townsend; Multiple Articulation, Spring; Clarinetists Get Turned On, Gingras; American Clarinet Doctoral Dissertations, Part I, Perone; Index to Vol. 16 $10.00 Vol. 17/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1990): Cover Story/Profile on James Campbell, Schulman; Antwerp Bass Clarinet Day, Kunst; Clarinetists of Thessaloniki, Greece, Lewis; Symmetrical Pair of Clarinets in Ingolstadt Museum, Weber; American Clarinet Doctoral Dissertations, Part II, Perone; Buddy DeFranco Update, Kuehn; Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium Report, Sidorfsky; Unusual Instrumental Works by Bolcom and Ponchielli, Josias; Symphonic Corner, de Kant $10.00 Vol. 17/3 (May­June, 1990): Review of Yamaha YCL 621 and 622 Bass Clarinets, Fobes; The Electric Clarinet, Errante; Alfred Uhl's Early Clarinet Period, Laubacher; Interview with Yuji Murai, Fletcher; Ronald Moore Tribute; A Britten First Performance, Or What Might Have Been, Weston; Survey of Clarinet Orchestral Audition Lists, Walthall; The Thumb Problem, Wilson $10.00 Vol. 17/4 (July­Aug., 1990): French Embouchure, Ridenour; Charles Draper and English Clarinets, Puddy and Shackleton; Wanhal Clarinet Works, Dieker; Ethnic Corner (Greece), Stoynoff; Visit to the Royal Flemish Music Conservatory, Harriott; Stress: Overcoming That Pernicious Element, Huband; The Musical Brain, Segalowitz; Lush to the Lean, de Peyer; Italian Scene (Interview/ Profiles of Gino Mazzocchitti, Vincenzo Buonomo, Ugo Gennarini), Orlando $10.00 Vol. 18/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1990): International Clarinet Contest ­ Auderghem-Brussels, Walzel; Report on the 1990 University of Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium, Mellott; On the Tuning of Clarinets, Benade; Hearing Loss and the Clarinet, Wilson; Marine Band Tours Soviet Union; The Clarinet Reed: A Bibliographic Addendum, Shea; Editions & Misprints (Bartók, Ravel), Stier; Report on the québec Congrés, Gingras; Leon Russianoff Tribute, Part I, Porter; Index to Vol. 17 $10.00 Vol. 18/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1991): Benjamin's Le Tombeau de Ravel, de Peyer; Ten Ways to Make a Repair Shop Happy, Snyder; Report on the Caracas Second Festival for Clarinetists, Knuth; Swiss-Made, A Look at the "Foglietta" Reed Production in Basel, Ware; Five Fragments for Double Clarinet by William O. Smith: An Introduction, Hejny; Syrinx by Debussy (arr. for clarinet), Galper; Cover Story on Harpo Marx and His B "Soaprano" Clarinet, Lence; Wilbur Schwartz: The Clarinet Sound of the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Kuehn; Bass Clarinet Teaching Survey Report, Koons; Review of the Leblanc Professional Bass Clarinets, Fobes; Leon Russianoff Tribute, Part II, Porter; Clarinet Artistry: An Eclectic Forum, Lindsay $10.00 Vol. 18/3 (May­June, 1991): The Electronic Tuner, Listokin; How to Choose an Artist Clarinet, Snavely; Clarinet Section of the Air Force Academy Band; Review of the Lyons C Clarinet, Lawson; Earl O. Bates Tribute, Gulick; Altissimo-Register Fingerings for the Contrabass Clarinet, Lerstad; Ethnic Corner: The Clarinet in Klezmer Music, Rubin; Articles on the Clarinet: A Selected Listing from American Periodicals After 1985, Sanders; European Summer Studies, de Peyer; Audio Notes, Wong $10.00 + Vol. 18/4 (July­Aug., 1991): The Wurlitzer Reform-Boehm Clarinet in America, Stier; Vocational Aspirations and Expectations Amongst University and Conservatory Performance Majors ­ A Premliminary Study, Talbot and Kopala; Stage Fright, Wilson; Melville Jay Webster Sr. Profile, Gerster; Interview with Michel Lethiec, Oxley; Comments on Lyons C Clarinet Review, Lyons; A Matter of the Heart, Friedland; Reed Connection, Part I, Larsen; Cracking: Causes, Prevention and Repair, Snyder; Clarinet in the Chamber Music of Villa-Lobos, Part I, Musheff $10.00 Vol. 19/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1991): The Reed Connection, Part II, Larsen; The Clarinet in the Chamber Music of Heitor Villa-Lobos, Part 2, Musheff; Joe Allard (1910-1991); A Revered Artist, Porter; Romancing the Reed, Bermel; An Interview with Eddie Daniels, Novak-Murrow; The 1991 Prague Spring International Clarinet Competition, Kireilis; The 1991 Australasian Clarinet Conference in Brisbane, Dean and Williams; Mozart and the Clarinet in B, Leeson; Ethnic Corner, Nelson; Index to Vol. 18 $10.00 Vol. 19/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1992): A Ralph McLane Discography, Miller; An Acoustical Comparison of French and German Clarinets, Miller; Ouch! Saying Good-bye to an Old Friend, Levine; Kuhmo and Time of Music ­ Two Finnish Summer Music Festivals, Barrett; Toscanini's Clarinetist: An Interview with Alexander Williams, Averett and Brandenburg; The 1991 Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium, Lence; Clarinet Sections of American Symphony Orchestras; The Clarinetist's Hands, Wilson $10.00 + Vol. 19/3 (May­June, 1992): (ClarFest Issue) From Cincinnati: News About ClarFest '92, de Kant; The Hammerschmidt Boehm Clarinet, Salander; Performance/Job Opportunities with the Tactical Air Command (TAC) Band, Crites and Forman; A Study of Clarinet Reed Making, Part 1, Livengood; A Visit to the St. Petersburg Conservatory, Palanker; The Way It Was ­ Scoring for Woods, Bonade; Editions and Misprints: Copland Concerto for Clarinet (corrected version), Stier; quintessence, Creditor $10.00 + Vol. 19/4 (July­Aug., 1992): Reed's Song Is Written On Wind, Cooke; Brahms' Clarinet Works, Fay; Chromatic Exercises, Bullock; Creative Articulation, Orlando; Clarinet Concerti of Lebrun, Duhaime; Clarinetists of the New York Philharmonic, Sichel; A Study of Clarinet Reed Making, Part 2, Livengood $10.00 Vol. 20/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1992): Robert Schumann's Five Canonic Studies from Op. 56, Michaels; The Throat B, Kuehn; A Study of Clarinet Reed Making, Part III, Livengood; Report on Clarfest '92, Grubbs and Lynskey; A Closer Talk with Pete Fountain, Compagno; Ted Planas, Denman; 1992 Young Artist Competition; The Clarinetist on Stamps, Roop; Index to Vol. 19 $10.00 Vol. 20/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1993): Montana State University Clarinet Festival, O'Connor; Dos Hermanas, Spain Clarinet Competition, Campbell; Impressions of Moscow, Burke; Sabine Meyer ­ A Conversation, Lence; Jazz Up Classical Music Performances, Tammeus; Performance of the Sonata a Tre by Karel Husa, Helton; Clarinet Section of the Army Ground Forces Band, Chrisinger; 1992 University of Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium, Mellott; A Closer Talk with Pete Fountain, Part II, Compagno $10.00 Vol. 20/3 (May­June, 1993): Anatomical Essentials in Clarinet Hand Position, Thomas; The Thoracoabdominal Diaphragm, Wilson; The Clarinet quartets by Haydn/Gambaro, Newhill; Bass Clarinet Orchestra Auditions, Palanker; 19th Century Buffet Albert-System Clarinets: A Photo Essay, Stier; The Clarinetists of the Latvian Philharmonia Orchestra, Mandat; The Dilettante Clarinetist, Pliskow $10.00 Vol. 20/4 (July­Aug., 1993): Alive and Well, Slaymark; The Clarinet Section of the U.S. Naval Academy Band, Vázquez and Diefenderfer; The Earliest Clarinet Concertos: Rathgeber's Chelys Sonora (1728), Rice; 1993 University of Illinois Clarinet Choir Festival, Antoline; Orchestra Audition Repertoire Master Class for Bass Clarinet, Palanker; Straight Tips for Clarinet Reeds?, Price; I.C.A. Composition Contest Winner Announced $10.00 Vol. 21/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1993): Ghent, Belgium Clarfest Report, Gillespie; 1993 I. C. A. High School Solo Competition Report, Warner; Clarinet Section of the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, Balogh; Articles on the Clarinet, Sanders; 1993 Venezuelan Clarinet Festival, Granados; In Memoriam: Harold Wright, Creditor; In Memoriam: Robert Schmidt; In Memoriam: Robert Luyben; Remembering Aaron Silberman, Porter; 1993 Young Artist Competition Report; Clarinet Crossword, Snyder; Interview with Ignatius Gennusa, Guidetti; Some Remarks on the Bass Clarinet in A, Leeson; Orchestral Audition Master Class for Bass Clarinet, Palanker; Orchestral Clarinet Sections in the Southwestern United States, Hollingsworth; Trios for Fun, Chmura; Listing of I. C. A. State and Regional Chairs; Minutes of 1993 I. C. A. Business Meeting, Kostek; Errata Sheet for Gotkovsky's Concerto Lyrique, Cionitti; Index to Vol. 20 $10.00 Vol. 21/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1994): Report on 1993 University of Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium, Stanek; Berliner Klarinetten Ensemble, Heim; Bass Clarinet Audition Repertoire Master Class No. 4, Palanker; A Traitor in the Ranks, Klose; Raising "Cain" with the Growers, Armato; Editions and Misprints: Nielsen Concerto for Clarinet, Op. 57, Stier; Montana/Idaho Clarinet Festival, Ranney; Canada West to East, King; Benade's NX Clarinet: Its Genesis, Benade $10.00

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Vol. 21/3 (May­June, 1994): Romanzas for Clarinet and Piano by Ernesto Cavallini, Hollingsworth; ClarinetFest®, Chicago, 1994, Combs and DeRoche; The Incomparable Al Gallodoro, Riordan; Benade's NX Clarinet: Mechanical and Other Considerations, Jameson; Bass Clarinet Orchestral Repertoire Master Class No. 5, Palanker; A New Clarinet Throat Bb, Galper; News from Japan, Hirai $10.00 Vol. 21/4 (July­Aug., 1994): Clarinet-Playing Saxophonists: Nick Brignola, Kuehn; Booster Pads for Bass Clarinet ­ Why Not?, Grenier; Charles Stanford & His Five Works for Clarinet, Garlick; Slovak Clarinetist Tours U. S., Oxley; Benjie's Drawings of Benny [Goodman] Playing, Lasseau; Clarinet Section of the National Orchestra of Radio and Television of Greece, Martins; News from Japan, Hirai; Out to Africa, Weldon; Sol Rabinowitz Tribute, Bowen; 1994 I. C. A. Composition Contest Winner $10.00 Vol. 22/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1994): '94 Young Artist Competition, Errante; Jerry D. Pierce Tribute; An Assessment of Crusell the Man, Weston; Karl Leister Interview, Taylor; Report on the '94 ClarinetFest®, Chicago, Mellott, Lence and Carl; Hungarian International Clarinet Camp, Gillespie; Canada West to East ­ Profile of Canadian Symphony and University Personnel, Part II, King; Master Class (Schumann Fantasiestücke), Lurie; Index to Vol. 21 $10.00 Vol. 22/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1995): Bellison's Collection at the Rubin Academy, Greenfield; Stadler Concert Tour and Two Early Examples of the Basset Clarinet, Poulin; The Clarinetists of the Deutschen Oper Berlin; Strange History of the Bn Clarinet, Brymer; Present Past History of the Clarinet's Future, Part I, Rohrblatt; Report on Dos Hermanas (Seville) International Clarinet Competition, Kireilis; Basset Horn Convention in Buchenau, Newhill; Karl Leister Discography, Taylor; Report on Montana/Idaho Clarinet Festival, Ranney; History of the Clarinet in Italy and Setaccioli Sonata, D'Alessandro; The Embouchure, Wilson; Cats at Play, Sturgeon; Master Class (Finzi Concerto), Dobrée $10.00 Vol. 22/3 (May­June, 1995): Report on 1994 Oklahoma Symposium, Behm; Poland's ClarinetFest® in Cracow, Rischin; Recording Session in Poland, Neithamer; Snyder Crossword; Present Past History of the Clarinet's Future, Part II, Rohrblatt; Interview With Kalmen Opperman, Yeh; Clarinet Music by 19th-Century British Composers, Ellsworth; Master Class (Hindemith Sonate), Ormand; I.C.A. By-Laws $10.00 Vol. 22/4 (July­Aug., 1995): List of New and Avant-Garde Music, Ludewig-Verdehr; La Forza del Destino Solo, Armato; Notes on Early Clarinet Sonatas and Eberl's Sonata, Voxman and Mead; Dan Johnston Profile, Martins; Paganini, Wilson; Ricardo Morales Interview, Mellott; Remembering Jimmy Hamilton, Salman; Performance Realization of Musgrave Narcissus, Bullock and Burns; Peter Clinch Tribute, Weston and Denman; Master Class (Weber Concertino), Bonade $10.00 Vol. 23/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1995): In Memorium: Stephen Sefsik and Russell Howland; 1995 High School Solo Competition, Galván; Reports on 1995 Young Artist Competition and Composition Contest Winner; Report on ClarinetFest® '95 at Arizona State University, Johnson & Oberlander; Alfred Prinz Interview, Klug; The Original Version of the Copland Clarinet Concerto, Adelsen; Law & Music: Common Ground, Green; Master Class (Brahms Trio), Gray; Minutes of the I.C.A. Business Meeting, Kostek; Index to Vol. 22 $10.00 Vol. 23/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1996): Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue for Bass Clarinet, Palanker; Canada East to West, Part III, King; University of Oklahoma Symposium Review, Dannessa; Report on 1995 Dos Hermanas (Spain) Clarinet Competition, Gillespie; Abe Most: A Profile, Foster; Interview with Dieter Klöcker, Magistrelli; Italy's Bel Canto Clarinetists, Weston; The Klarinet FAQ, Fay; Master Class (Weber Romanza from Weber's Concerto in Eb, Op. 74), Galper $10.00 Vol. 23/3 (May­June, 1996): Wenzel Fuchs Profile, Krieger; The Clarinet in Zimbabwe, Pitfield; Clarinet Section of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Germany's Ensemble Clarinesque Cologne, Edwards; Report from Puerto Rico, Jones; Stravinsky's Three Pieces, Part I, Reinoso; John Mohler Interview, Johnson; Report on Montana/Idaho Clarinet Festival, Ranney; American Clarinetist in North Korea, Simon; Searching for Benny Goodman, Miller; The New Clarinets (drawing), Weber; Master Class (Martino A Set for Clarinet), Rehfeldt $10.00 Vol. 23/4 (July­Aug., 1996): Stravinsky's Three Pieces, Part II, Reinoso; The Earliest Paintings of the Clarinet, Hoeprich; Clarinet Section of the Israel Philharmonic, Wasserman-Margolis; Reflections of the Opus 120 Sonatas by Brahms, Dobrée; Master Class (Messiaen The Abyss of the Birds), Campbell $10.00 Vol. 24/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1996): Remembering Robert Marcellus, Part I, Nygren; Reports on Young Artist and High School Competition Winners; Anthony Gigliotti Profile and Interview, Talley & Muncy; Report on Paris ClarinetFest®, Gingras; Schwencke's Mozart Concerto, Weston; Altissimo F#, Snavely; Industry Profile (Pomarico), Feidman; Master Class (Arnold Sonatina), Harvey; Minutes of I.C.A. Business Meeting, Kostek; Index to Vol. 23 $10.00 Vol. 24/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1997): Asthma and the Clarinet, Wilson; Report on Dos Hermanas (Spain) International Clarinet Competition, Gillespie; Report on the University of Oklahoma Symposium, Koons; In Memoriam ­ David S. Lewis; Meyer Kupferman Interview, Di Santo; Clarinets of the Louisiana Philharmonic; The World's Largest Clarinet?, Jacobson; Articles on the Clarinet, Sanders; Remembering Robert Marcellus, Part II, Nygren; Master Class (Traviata Fantasia, Lovreglio), Bradbury $10.00 Vol. 24/3 (May­June, 1997): In Memoriam: Edison Denissov, Smeyers; In Search of New Music, Fidler; Why Reeds Need A Heart, Wheeler; Lee Gibson's Contributions to Musical Acoustics, Stimpert and Pyne; Franz Klein Interview, Edwards; Ives Largo, Masse; Clarinets at the Shrine to Music Museum, Reeves; Master Class (Krommer Concerto, Op. 36), Portnoy $10.00 Vol. 24/4 (July­Aug., 1997): I.C.A. Chairs List (U.S.A.), Murphy Mead; Composition Competition Winner Announced, Gingras; Michigan Contemporary Clarinet Festival, Ward; "Peanuts" Hucko Profile, Breeden; Clarinet Music of Isang Yun, Kerstetter; Two Sides of William O. "Bill" Smith, Part I, Suther; Master Class (Lutoslawski Dance Preludes), Ludewig-Verdehr $10.00 Vol. 25/1 (Nov.­Dec., 1997): 25 Years of the Verdehr Trio, Part I, Platt; Two Sides of William O. "Bill" Smith, Part II, Suther; Master Class (Concerto, Stanford), Rossi; Minutes of I.C.A. Business Meeting, Mead; Marcellus Memorial Master Class and Concert, Barrett; Nielsen Clarinet Competition Report, Bradbury; Report on ClarinetFest® '97, Slater and Stewart; Reports on Young Artist and High School Competition Winners; Former I.C.A. Presidents Speak; "As I was Saying," Lurie; Great Clarinet Disasters, Harvey; Stockhausen's Contributions, Weston; Some Notes on the Clarinet and the Concert Spirituel, Voxman; Index to Vol. 24 $10.00 Vol. 25/2 (Feb.­Mar., 1998): Clarinet Sections of the Dallas and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestras, Baker; Report on the 1997 University of Oklahoma Symposium, Cawein; 25 Years of the Verdehr Trio, Part II, Platt and Ramey; ATribute to Rosario Mazzeo; Charles Neidich Profile, Smith; New Perspectives on Performing Mozart's Clarinet Concerto , Adelson; Interview with Alessandro Carbonare, Magistrelli; Master Class (Bartók, Contrasts), Grant; Report on Buenos Aires Music Festival, Kostek; Report on Dos Hermanas (Spain) International Clarinet Compeition, Gillespie; The Clarinet in Switzerland, Stalder; 1997 Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Second Clarinet Audition ­ A Learning Experience, Palanker; Clarinetists of the Revolution, Weston; "El Clarinete" is a Tucson Tunemaster, Dollar; Das Städtisches Konservatorium in Osnabrück, Ware $10.00 Vol. 25/3 (May­June, 1998): The Palatal Air Leaks in Clarinetists, Gibson; Guide to Published Editions of Mozart's Concerto, Koons; Looking for David Oppenheim, Svalbe; Three Control Parameters in Clarinet Tone Production, de Villiers; The Shaw Concerto, Mannino; Colin Lawson Interview, Pitfield and Pearson; Autograph Manuscript of Brahms' Sonatas: A Preliminary Report, Adelson; High Notes: Clarinets in the Andes and Beyond, Perry; A Report from South Africa, Miasnikov; Master Class (Debussy, Première Rhapsodie), Smith $10.00 Vol. 25/4 (July­Aug., 1998): Results of U.N.T. Musician Health Survey, Thrasher & Chesky; Christie Lundquist Tribute; Bayreuther Festspielhaus Clarinet Section, Gillespie; Bass Clarinet Suites of J. S. Bach, Palanker; Committed to New Orleans Jazz and Metal Clarinets (Eberhard Kraut), Krüger; Anton Rubinstein and the Clarinet, Busch; Eric Hoeprich Interview, Magistrelli; Brazilian's Clarinet, Silveira; Crusell Autobiography, Coppenbarger; Master Class (Rabaud, Solo de Concours), Deplus; Optimum Tone Production, Sellen $10.00 Vol. 26/1 (December 1998): I.C.A. Competiton Winner Announced, Gingras; Addiction, Wilson; Report on Young Artist Competition, Spring; Elliott Carter Clarinet Concerto Premiere, Heinemann; Stoltzman/ Opperman Clarinet Summit, Hamann; ClarinetFest® 1998 Report, Anderson; Karlheinz Stockhausen: Exemplary Winds for the Next Millennium, Pasveer; A Good Idea, Strouf; Some Comments on Single Reeds, West; Report from Armenia, Hartley; Clarinet Citations in Medical & Scientific Literature, Horowitz; In Memorium: Carl Barriteau; Index to Vol. 25 $10.00 Vol. 26/2 (March 1999): A Clarinet and a Motorcycle, Sherr; Report on 1998 High School Solo Competition, King; Auditions: The Bad Old Days, Palanker; Brazilian Clarinet Symposium Report, Freire; Founding of the Deutsche Klarinetten-Gesellschaft, Ware; Report on Eighth Dos Hermanas Competition, Gillespie; Report on 1998 Beijing Clarinet Festival, Sylvester; Music of Alec Wilder, Bowen; Mazzeo System Clarinet: Historical Review, Reeves; Report on University of Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium, Raatz; Reed Structure Affects Musical Performance, Kolesik; Performance Anxiety and Sport Training, Paprocki; Gary Foster Profile, Talley; Report on Idaho/Montana Clarinet Festival, Munk; Master Class (Tower, Wings), Rischin $10.00 Vol. 26/3 (June 1999): The Clarinetist's Tongue, Wilson; Clarinet Concerti of Molter, Aldrich; Spohr's 60 Good Men and True, Weston; De Peyer Interview, Magistrelli; Bass Clarinet or a Basset Horn from Mayerhofer?-A Report on a Restoration, Weber; The Chalumeau in 18th-century Vienna, Pearson; In Memorium: George E. Waln; Master Class (Finzi, Five Bagatelles) Campbell $10.00 Vol. 26/4 (September 1999): All You Wanted to Know about Reeds, and Less, Palanker; Are Clarinetists the Audience?, Martin; Clarence Hutchenrider, Riordan and Hutchenrider; Interview with Guy Deplus, Cole; Antonio Romero-Survey of His Life and Works, Pérez; Krakauer: Klassical to Klezmer, Goodman; Gordon Lewin Interview, Novak-Murrow; Clarinet Symposium of the Deutsche Klarinetten-Gesellschaft, Edwards and Gillespie; Navy Band Clarinet Section; Tercer Festival de Clarinete Puerto Rico, Webster; The Voyeur, Josias; U. of Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium Report, Schempf; Master Class (Muczynski, Time Pieces), West $10.00 Vol. 27/1 (December 1999): King of Swing and I, Glasgow; Salzburg, Haydn and the Clarinet, Birsak; The Tárogató: A Forgotten Instrument?, Gingras; One of a Kind ­ The Thomas Mollenhauer System Clarinet, Edwards; The Single-Reed Music of K. Stockhausen ­ How Does One Begin?, Jungerman; Remembering Frank Sabin ­ A Secret Achiever, Josias; Hilarity, Calamity, and Other ° To-Dos, Weston; In Memorium: Chris Blount, Kraut and Kraut-Müller; Clarinet Section of the Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Frankfurt, Gillespie; Master Class (Martinu, Sonatina), McDonald; '99 ICA High School Competition Report, King; '99 Orchestral Audition Competition Report, Sanders; Index to Vol. 26 $10.00 Vol. 27/2 (March 2000): Ninth Annual Dos Hermanas Competition Report, Gillespie; Albert and the Albert System, Reeves; Hasty at 80, Webster; Wanhal's Chamber Music for Clarinet, Morrison; Lacus Felix Clarinet quartet, Phillips and Kirby; Band Camp ­ It's Not Just for Kids Anymore, Costa; The Highs and Lows of the Bass Clarinet, Palanker; Jack Brymer Conversation with David Campbell; Fit as a Clarinet, Wilson; Clarinetists of the San Francisco Symphony; The Netherlands: More than Just Tulips and Mills, Drieling; A Tribute to Walt Levinsky, Snavely; News From South Korea, Lee; Master Class (Alwyn, Sonata), Scott $10.00 Vol. 27/3 (June 2000): The Perfect Reed: The Holy Grail, Sloane; L'Abbé Gelinek and the quintet K581, Weston; Interview with Nicholas Shackleton, Magistrelli; Chamber Music with Clarinet of Ferdinand Ries, Harlow; Western Music in Thailand ­ Particularly Clarinets, Goldberg; ICA By-Laws $10.00 Vol. 27/4 (September 2000): Lips, Wilson; A Belgian in America: The Life and Career of Gustave Langenus, Ross; Remembering Peter Hadcock, Benoit & Hill; Solo Works of Paul Jeanjean, Perry; The First Hundred Years of Clarinetistry in Czarist & Soviet Russia, Weston; Interview with Himie Voxman, West; Neville Thomas: A Profile, Westlake; The Memorial Concert for Stephen Trier, Harvey; Does One Mouthpiece Fit All? Does Yours Measure Up?, Palanker; Master Class (Prokofief, Sonata in D Major), Cohen; The Clarinet in the Wind Band, Corporon $10.00 Vol. 28/1 (December 2000): Reports on High School, Orchestra Audition, Composition and Young Artist Competitions, Louis Cahuzac Cover Story, Cuper; ClarinetFest® 2000: A Review, Clark; Clarinet Playing in Germany, Seggelke; Albert System Clarinet in Early Jazz, Tyle; Master Class (Copland, Concerto), Webster; Minutes of I.C.A. Business Meeting; Index to Vol. 27 $10.00 Vol. 28/2 (March 2001): Clarinetists of the Gewandhaus Orchestra-Leipzig, Gillespie; Don Byron and From Spirituals to Swing: Breaking New Ground, Becraft; David Weber Interview and Cover Story, Levy, Morales, Phillips, Reginald Kell ­ Clarinetist Without a Country, Part I, Sclater; The McIntyre Clarinet, McGlinchey; Alan Hovhaness 1911­2000, "The 20th-Century Musical Avatar," Gilbert, Sobol; Clarinetists' Tributes to Benny Goodman, Mannino; Hang It All!, Wilson; Directions, Paul Harris; Report on German Clarinet Symposium (Leipzig), Müller-Logemann, Edwards, Hilger; Opera in the Mountains, Helmers; Hey Slowpoke, Your Tongue Is a Body Part Too, Palanker; Master Class (Sierra, Cinco Bocetos), Jones; Clarinetists in Uniform, Cassar $10.00 Vol. 28/3 (June 2001): Reginald Kell Series, Part II, Sclater; Neville Thomas Tributes; All About the I.C.A. Research Center, Koons; Evolution of the Bartók Contrasts, Reeks; I Wonder Who the Clarinet Player Was?, LeBaron-Johnson and McLaren; Werner Reinhart ­ Philanthropist Extraordinaire, Weston; The Clarinet in Slovenia, Pirc; Survey of Orchestral Clarinet Audition Repertoire, Kulikowski; Judith Lang Zaimont's Chamber Music for Winds, Cherlin; Master Class (Smith, Variants), Smith $10.00

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Vol. 28/4 (September 2001): Carl Nielsen Clarinet Competition Report; An Open Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste, Palanker; Dear Mr. Shaw: Did You Really Save My Life?, Josias; Thea King and Pamela Weston Tribute, Part I, Pearson; Proper Ending for the Slow Movement of the Mozaart Concerto, Jackendoff; Reginald Kell Series, Part III, Sclater; Articles on the Clarinet, Sanders; Clarinetto alla Italiana, Rossi; Avrahm Galper: 80th Birthday Tribute, Field; The Leipzig Conservatory and its Clarinet Professors, Gillespie; ATribute to Bob Lorenzini, Bowen; Life Beyond the Clarinet...But Not Too Far, O'Neill; Master Class (Burgmüller, Duo), Lawson $10.00 Vol. 29/1 (December 2001): Frederick Thurston Centenary Celebration, Harvey; Everette Matson Interview, de Kant; Reginald Kell Series, Part IV, Sclater; Mitchell Lurie Cover Article, Samuels; Thea King and Pamela Weston Tribute, Part II, Pearson; Report on ClarinetFest® 2001, Thompson; Index to Vol. 28 $10.00 Vol. 29/2 (March 2002): I Wonder Who the Clarinet Player Was? (Gary Gray Profile), Gillespie; Carl E. Reinecke, Schneider; Appointment of Clarinet Professor Stirs Controversy in Germany; Ring on! The Story of Tinnitus, Wilson; Better to be Sharp than Out of Tune; Palanker; Elliot Carter Solo Bass Clarinet Work Premiered at Carnegie Hall, Drapkin; John Denman Tribute, Harvey, Bowen, Portnoy; Mendelssohn and His Clarinet Sonata (1824), Cooper; Embouchure Repairs, Bonetti; Paul S. Eberly Tribute; Italian Operatic Fantasies ­ Printed Editions in the 19th Century, Giuffredi; In Memoriam: Theodore Jahn, Klug; Rebecca Clarke Clarinet and Viola Duet, Curtis; Master Class (Tomasi, Concerto Mvt. I), Lerner $10.00 Vol. 29/3 (June 2002): Basset Horn as a Solo Instrument, Sidorfsky; Clarinet Etude Books, Johnson; Haydn Clarinet Concertos: A Case of Wishful Thinking, Ellsworth; Clarinet and Piano Music ­ Performance Practice 1880 ­ 1945, Pitfield; In the Mind of Mandat, Bish; In Memoriam: Ralph Strouf; The Clarinet...The Gift of a Simple Woodwind, Terrazas; Master Class (Stockhausen, In Freundschaft), Faria $10.00 Vol. 29/4 (September 2002): Industry Profiles (Clarinet Classics), Chesterman; Orchestral Excerpt Comparison, Part I, Palanker; Approaching the Bass Clarinet, Smylie; Mariano Frogioni Interview, Rossi; Jimmie Noone Profile, Krebs; Master Class (Weber, Concerto No. 1, Mvt. I), Samuels; Master Class with Emma Johnson, Geeting; Pedigrees of Consequence, Weston; Squeaky Joint, Wilson; B ­ L Mechanism, Berger; Gigliotti Tribute, Part I; Clarinet Teaching of Keith Stein, Part I, Pino; News from Japan, Hirai; News from Seoul, Korea, Lee $10.00 Vol. 30/1 (December 2002): Weber's Clarinet Concertos ­ A Challenge for the Editor and the Clarinetist, Heidlberger; Tribute to Anthony M. Gigliotti, Part II, Hudson; Orchestral Comparisons, Part II, Palanker; 2002 I.C.A. ClarinetFest® ­ A Photo Essay; The Clarinet Teaching of Keith Stein, Part II: the Embouchure, Pino; Master Class (Dancing Solo for Solo Clarinet, Larsen), Hartig; Industry Profiles (Vandoren) Reports on the I.C.A. High School Solo Competition, I.C.A. Young Artist Competition and I. C. A. Orchestral Audition Competition. $10.00 Vol. 30/2 (March 2003): Play Smart, Be Smart, Wilson; Three Days in the Life of a Retired Clarinetist, Harvey; Orchestral Comparisons, Part III, Palanker; A Conversation with Ken Peplowski (Cover Story), Jacobsen; In Memorium: Abe Most (1920­2002); The Performance Legacy of Daniel Bonade, Guy; Phil Nimmons: 80 Going on 20, Read; Rudolf Jettel: Viennese Master Musician, Kantor; German Clarinet Symposium in Düsseldorf, Edwards; I.C.A. Financial Statement; Master Class (Concerto in B-flat Major, Op. 101, Mercadante), Magistrelli; Industry Profiles (Valentino Products), Valentino $10.00 Vol. 30/3 (June 2003): Keith Stein Series, Part III, Pino; I Wonder Who the Clarinet Player Was?, Part III (James Kanter), Gillespie; Report on the Brahms Symposium, Ellsworth; Orchestral Comparisons, Part IV, Palanker; Libby Larsen Interview, Harg; How to Make a Habit of Correct Embouchure and of Practice, Bonetti; Stoltzman Interview, Simon; Icelandic Clarinet Festival Report, Thorisson; Master Class (Rhapsody for Clarinet, Willson), Riseling $10.00 Vol. 30/4 (September 2003): Master Class (Ben-Haim Pastorale Variée) Eban; History of the Munich ARD Clarinet Competition, Gillespie; The "Original" Clarinet Works of Pleyel, Thrasher; Voxman Birthday Celebration, West; An Interview With Jean Tastenoe, Klug; In the Shadow of Shostakovitch (Vainberg Sonata), Pokland; Victor Polatschek Profile, Krebs; Feelings, Wilson; Orchestral Comparisons, Part V, Palanker; Keith Stein Series, Part IV, Pino $10.00 Vol. 31/1 (December 2003): Discovering Louis DeSantis, Harlow; Keith Stein Series, Part V, Pino; Practical Seminar in Four Parts, Yadzinski; Orchestral Comparisons, Part VI, Palanker; I Wonder Who the Clarinet Player Was? Mitchell Lurie, Part IV, Gillespie; Gennusa Tribute, Redwine; Development of Clarinet Performance in the Moscow Conservatory..., Shakhman; Oboes da Caccia or Early Clarinets?, Krejci; Dr. Plant's Clarinet Party, Harvey; Report from Finland, Barrett; Three Early 19th-Century Female Virtuosi, Weston; Master Class (Horovitz, Sonatina), Bloom; Industry Profiles (Reeds Australia), Globus; Index to Vol. 30; Reports on the 2003 I.C.A. Young Artist and High School Competitions; Lifetime Achievement Award Feature (John Mohler and Bernard Portnoy) $10.00 Vol. 31/2 (March 2004): Keith Stein Series, Part VI, Pino; Orchestral Comparisons, Part VII, Palanker; In Memoriam: Betty Brockett; Kalman Bloch: A Tribute, Rochford; Mementos of Daniel Bonade's Life: A Photo Essay, Crossen-Richardson; The Forgotten Clarinet Trio (Louise Farrenc), Sanders; Klezmer for Klarinetists ­ A Beginner's Guide, Gingras; I.C.A. Financial Statement, 2002­2003; Master Class (Ellerby Concerto for Clarinet and Concert Band), Merrick; Industry Profiles (Brannen Woodwinds), Barger; 2003 Shanghai Clarinet Festival Report, Walzel, Zengmoa $10.00 Vol. 31/3 (June 2004): Keith Stein Series, Part VII, Pino; Practical Seminar, Part II, Yadzinski; An American in Budapest: The Fulbright Experience, Waytena; Contributions of Armenian Composers to the Clarinet Repertoire, Wolverton; Salt Lake Sequel, Harvey; Investigation and Critical Review of Légère Reeds, Cohen; Sidney Bechet's Linear Harmony, Cipolla; Colin Bradbury 70th Birthday Concert, Harvey; A Japan Letter, DeRoche; Why Didn't You, Papa Haydn? A Myth Dispelled, & Why Those Who Did, Did. Weston; Stanley Hasty Discography, Bowen; Rimsky-Korsakov's Unknown Text About Clarinet, Butir; Pointers for Productive Rehearsal with Accompanists, Bonetti; Master Class (Mozart Concerto, Mvt. I), Campione; Industry Profiles ­ The Backun Touch is a Thing of Beauty, Globus $10.00 Vol. 31/4 (September 2004): The Vibrating Clarinet Reed, Coppenbarger; Keith Stein Series, Part VIII, Pino; Practical Seminar, Part III, Yadzinski; Stockhausen Rechter Augenbrauentanz, Gottardi; In Memoriam: John Daniel LaPorta, Jacobsen; Sid Phillips Cover Feature, Riordan, Pope; Reissiger: Forgotten Composer for the Clarinet, Coltman; Stadler: Mozart's Clarinet Muse, Rufino; Bass Clarinet 101: Bass Clarinet for Dummies, Palanker; Master Class (Rossini Introduction, Theme and Variations), Pope $10.00 Vol. 32/1 (December 2004): Master Class (Stravinsky, Three Pieces), DeRoche; ClarinetFest® 2004 Report, Weigert and Niethamer; In Memoriam: Avrahm Galper and Ronald Phillips; Donor's Guide to the I.C.A. Research Center, Stanek; Henri Akoka: Clarinetist Who Premiered Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, Rischin; Reports on 2004 I.C.A. High School, Young Artist and Orchestra Audition Competitions; Honorees for I.C.A. 2004 Lifetime Achievement Awards (Drucker and Weber), Estrin and Goodman; Report on 2004 Changchun Clarinet and Saxophone Festival, Gillespie; Thessaloniki State Conservatory Master Classes and Interview with Béla Kovács, Smith-Diamandis; Keith Stein Series, Part Nine, Pino; The Hollywood Clarinetists, Part IV: Emily Bernstein, Gillespie; The MET Clarinets Find a Perfect Balance, Tsioulcas $10.00 Vol. 32/2 (March 2005): Keith Stein Series, Part 10, Pino; In Memoriam: Herb Blayman; The Forgotten Ones: Leon Roppolo, Worsfold; Artie Shaw, 1910­2004, Ranier, Cook; Fiber Optic Dissertation Review, Hungerford; Clarinet Concerto of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Krebs; Fitness Matters, Thurmond; Electric Clarinet, Part I, Errante; Master Class (Harvey, Three Gershwin Etudes), Rae; Industry Profiles ­ Guy Chadash, Thompson; I.C.A. Financial Statement, Burke; Italian Scene, Orlando $10.00 Vol. 32/3 (June 2005): In Memoriam: Emily Bernstein, Robert J. Schott, Yukio Ohashi; Keith Stein Series, Part 11, Pino; Danish Clarinet Music of the 19th Century, Thrasher; Electric Clarinet, Part II, Errante; Carlo Paessler Concertos for Clarinet and Orchestra, Bulfone; The "Mozart Effect," Wilson; American Chamber Music Enemble Celebrates 40th Anniversary, Drucker; The Clarinet in Hungary, Globus; Master Class (Shaw, Concerto), Calcara; Industry Profiles ­ Luyben Music Co., Johnson $10.00 Vol. 32/4 (September 2005): Keith Strein Series, Part 12, Pino; Paul Harvey's Big Day, Pearse; Castelnuovo-Tedesco's Pastorale & Rondo, Op. 185, del Grazia; In Memoriam, David Breeden; Karl Leister in the U.S.A., Webster; Clarinetists of the National Orchestra of Spain; Those Pesky Little Passages, Palanker; Let's Beguine at the Beginning, Hinson; Clarinetist/Conductor/Fitness Instructor, Dworkin; The Clarinet in India, Raval; Master Class (Ran, For An Actor: Monologue for Clarinet), Mandat; Industry Profiles ­ Thomas Ridenour, Globus $10.00 Vol. 33/1 (December 2005): Keith Stein Series, Part 13, Pino; Julian Bliss Interview, Moreau; Profiles of I.CA. Honorary Members for 2005: F. Gerard Errante (Gause-Snelson), James Gillespie (Talley), Karl Leister (Webster); Win Your Next Audition, Hawley; Gervase de Peyer Interview/Profile, Part I, Brown; Donald E. McCathren Tribute, Estrin; Proposed Change to Mozart's Clarinet Concerto [corrected version], Leeson; Benny Goodman Movies, Take 1, Gillespie; Al Gallodoro Receives Doctorate; Bernstein and the Clarinet: Stanley Remembers Lenny, Part I, Shapiro; Early Clarinet Pedagogy, Part I, Jackman; Bass Clarinetist's Workbook, Bourque; I.C.A. ClarinetFest® 2005, Tama, Tokyo, Japan: In Review, Part I, Johnson, Stanek; Index to Vol. 32, 2004­2005 of The Clarinet $10.00 Vol. 33/2 (March 2006): Keith Stein Series, Part 14, Pino; Josef Horák Tribute, Bok; David Weber Tribute, Gooodman; Buffet Crampon's 180th Anniversary Concert, Gillespie; I.CA. ClarinetFest® 2005, Tama, Tokyo, Japan: In Review, Part II, Johnson, Stanek; Report on Dutch Bass Clarinet Convention, Harris; Gervase de Peyer Interview/Profile, Part II, Brown; Autumn Fancies, Glass; Bernstein and the Clarinet: Stanley Remembers Lenny, Part II, Shapiro; Early Clarinet Pedagogy, Part II, Jackman; Tony Scott, Part I: The Stateside Years, Jacobsen; Benny Goodman Movies, Take 2, Gillespie; Mozart Partita Project, Bourque; Early Performance of Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, Rice; He's Gone Away, Hinson; Industry Profiles (Claripatch), Globus; I.C.A. Financial Statement, Barger $10.00 Vol. 33/3 (June 2006): Keith Stein Series, Part 15, Pino; Eclectic Trio, White, White and Nichol; Early Clarinet Pedagogy, Part III, Jackman; Weber's Clarinet Chamber Music Without Baermann?, Veit; Movies of Benny Goodman, Take 3, Gillespie; Use of the Clarinet by the Moravian Societies of Early America, Krebs; Donald Martino Tribute, Creditor; Donald E. 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