High notes are one of the easiest things on clarinet to improve, if you know how. Playing high notes sometimes feels like the scariest, and most dangerous thing that we do on the clarinet. Wouldn't it be nice if it felt easier and more comfortable for you? Most of our problems with clarinet high notes come from not knowing how to use our air and mouth (embouchure) to best enhance our playing. Many clarinetists also do not realize that their hands and fingers are not aligned properly for clarinet, making moving between notes much harder than it needs to be. Michelle Anderson, founder of Clarinet Mentors, shows you some step-by-step pointers to improve these skills so that your high notes work better and feel more comfortable. Enter your name in the box to the right to instantly get your first high notes video lesson.
To register for all three videos in this free high notes course, enter your information in the box above, and check your email inbox for the link to the first video. (Please check your promotions or junk file just in case your email provider files it there.) Michelle will send links to all three videos to you within the next week, as well as information about other high notes training.