These lessons will assume you know the core skills and knowledge from the Intermediate lessons. Here you will find lessons to push your ability toward college level playing. You will also find masterclasses on performing and material on how to interpret the standard works.
Playlist of Uhl Book 1 of the 48 Etudes
Demonstrations of the etudes for pre-study. Advanced.
Franck Amet (Paris Conservatory Teacher)
Franck shares his personal fingers for many of the major works in the clarinet repertory.
Introduction to Tosca by Lee Morgan
This is just an excerpt from the lesson. You will need to join Play With A Pro to see the entire lesson (and many others). Very high quality stuff here.
Larry Guy - Careers and Fundamentals of Clarinet Playing
Ed Joffe interviews Larry Guy, an important figure in the clarinet world for over four decades.
Shankar Tucker: Sound of the Hindustani clarinet
Shankar Tucker mesmerizes with his soulful clarinet -- a Western instrument he modified to play his distinctive Hindustani style.
Leon Russianoff was the teacher of "the Players", "the Teachers" and "Everyone" If you are a clarinetist, you need to know who this man was and how he taught. You're welcome.
Karl Leister is a veteran German clarinetist who, for decades, was considered to have the perfect clarinet tone. His highest altissimo C has the warmth and center of most players' clarion G.
Benny Goodman was a leading Jazz clarinetist for most of the early and mid-twentieth century. He was called "The King of Swing" and helped establish Jazz music to the wider public. His influence is felt to this day!
Harold Wright was the principal clarinetist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1970 to 1993. His playing and teaching impacted a generation of American players who wanted to emulate his meticulous sound and technique.
Klezmer music is a musical tradition of the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe. Every clarinetist should be aware of Klezmer music and how to accomplish the sound effects linked with this style of clarinet playing. You will not be disappointed! A name to know is Giora Feidman.