Morphing Modes TREBLE CLEF
Morphing Modes TREBLE CLEF
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This is a compact method to practice modes on any instrument reading treble clef. The exercise 'morphs' through two octaves of modes and exercises the gradual stepwise movement upwards and downwards, whilst employing different articulations and rhythms to increase challenge and offer variety.
Keys: All modes between C4 and C6
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Over the past 15 years, I have spent the majority of my time practicing, performing and recording music for clarinet written by living composers. In between performing projects, I have taught clarinet and worked with composers at major universities in Basel, Bern, Boston, Brisbane, Christchurch, Huddersfield, Los Angeles, Melbourne, San Francisco, Seoul, Shanghai, Stuttgart, Sydney, Wellington and Zurich, and am the returning clarinet professor at the International Summer Academy of Contemporary Music run by the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna.
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