Clarinet Tutorial

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7 Videos | Length: 27min 8sec
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  • Assembly 5:43


    In this first video, we learn about the parts of the clarinet and how to put it together.

  • Embouchure 3:45


    Next we go over how to use our mouth to produce the correct tone on the instrument.

  • Reading Music 2:39

    Reading Music

    Here we learn some basics on reading music.

  • Note Value 6:26

    Note Value

    Now we learn about how long to hold notes before stopping using note values.

  • Review & First Flight 2:27

    Review & First Flight

    Here we review what we have learned so far and play a song called "First Flight".

  • Go Tell Aunt Rhodie 1:35

    Go Tell Aunt Rhodie

    Next we play another song and learn about half notes.

  • Disassembly 4:33


    In this last video, we learn how to take the clarinet apart and properly place it back in it's case.

Product Overview

This Hal Leonard video series is a fantastic introduction to the Clarinet. Simply follow along with the songs in the downloadable PDF booklet as you watch the teacher in the video tutorials!

This complete guide to the basics of Clarinet covers assembly and maintenance, producing sound, music reading, playing songs with a backup band and more.

Learn at your own pace and open the door to the world of clarinet music!

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