What are some étude books that y'all like for clarinet or alto sax?
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Yeah I guess so. I have a method book somewhere that was published in 1896. Stopped practicing it and filed it away in case it's worth something to my descendants--like maybe in 2167.One of the really nice things when you're talking about woodwind instruments is that most of them are at least 100 years old, so resurrecting an old thread really isn't a problem .
Agree. The paper book is much better. I was just thinking to check on a site for PDF samples then if there are enough there for you to decide to buy it, try to buy the hard copy online (or in a store?). But I'm not familiar with doing that myself.The 32 Etudes by Rose for clarinet. I just purchased the book and a separately a CD of a clarinet playing them with piano. I was disappointed that the CD I have did not have separate recordings for piano alone to play with. But most are too fast for me to keep up with anyhow.
Based on the above posts I did search for a free pdf download and found one. But a book is nicer to play out of.