Apr 2017 - Do you know the best ways to learn your clarinet music?

In This Issue                  

April 22, 2017
  • A Note From Michelle Anderson - Opera festival for me
  • Free Training - Mastering Clarinet Music - Do you know these strategies for learning music faster and playing more expressively?
  • Michelle Recommends - Classical Fingers - This device can really help to improve your finger speed and comfort
  • Further Clarinet Training - Michelle's step-by-step clarinet courses all designed to help you learn much faster and play more easily - sample videos for you now

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2015-11-06 Clarinet: Do you squeak, or experience note delays?

Clarinet: Do you squeak, or experience note delays? Sent Friday, November 6, 2015 View as plaintext

Clarinet Mentors
For clarinetists who want to perform more easily and beautifully
 
In This Issue                  
November 6, 2015                      
  • A Note From Michelle Anderson - Halloween, and lots of fun music in my life
  • Free Training  -  Do you squeak during challenging finger passages? - Often this can be fixed with a different finger or hand position. Check out this video.
  • Michelle Recommends - Silverstein...
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2015-07-10 Clarinet Fingers - How You Can Play More Smoothly And Beautifully

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Clarinet Mentors
For clarinetists who want to perform more easily and beautifully
 
In This Issue                  
July 10, 2015                      
  • A Note From Michelle Anderson - Come join me in San Jose on July 16th!
  • Free Training  - Bonade Finger Warmups - Discover a technic to play your clarinet more smoothly
  • My Clarinet VIP Opportunity - Join my Early Bird VIP list for some exciting new clarinet...
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2015-04-11 Do you want smoother fingers to hear music just flowing (effortlessly) out of your clarinet?

Do you want smoother fingers to hear music just flowing (effortlessly) out of your clarinet? Sent Saturday, April 11, 2015 View as plaintext

Clarinet Mentors
For clarinetists who want to perform more easily and beautifully
 
In This Issue                  
April 10, 2015                      
  • A Note From Michelle Anderson - still finding Easter eggs
  • Free Training  - Smoother Clarinet Fingers - how this simple household tool will train your fingers so that your playing sounds effortless
  • My Clarinet VIP Opportunity -...
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Even Faster Fingers - (part two of many)

Sent Wednesday, November 28, 2012

CLARINET MENTORS

For clarinetists who want to perform more easily and beautifully


In This Issue
  • A Note From Michelle Anderson -  'Tis The Season For Concerts
  • Clarinet Tips - Continuing our series on faster fingers...
  • Free Training - A great video which gives you a tool to tackle difficult finger passages
  • Michelle Recommends - Selected Duets for Clarinet - a classic book
  • Clarinet Is Easy - 10 comprehensive lesson for beginners

A Note from Michelle Anderson

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A big welcome to all of you who are reading the Clarinet Mentors newsletter for the first time. If this is your first newsletter, I hope that you find great content to help you play the clarinet more easily. These newsletters...

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Faster Fingers - (part one of many)

Sent Wednesday, November 14, 2012

CLARINET MENTORS

For clarinetists who want to perform more easily and beautifully


In This Issue
  • A Note From Michelle Anderson - Time to play in the snow...
  • Clarinet Tips - Let's figure out how to move fingers faster and more easily
  • Free Training - A great video to help your left hand establish great habits for more speed and fluid technic
  • Free Teleseminar - Join me on a live call to ask your clarinet questions Monday November 19
  • Michelle Recommends - Three's A Crowd - fun trios for flexible instrumentation

A Note from Michelle Anderson

Hello Everyone,

A big welcome to all of you who are reading the Clarinet Mentors newsletter for the first time. If this is your first newsletter, I hope that you...

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