The Anatomy of Inhaling and Exhaling
Peter Stoll
As the clarinet’s “woodwind,” or just “wind,” designation implies, the proper use of air is what starts the instrument's sound, keeps it strong and even, and sends it out to the listener. Given the pivotal role of the diaphragm in creating a beautiful clarinet sound, it is essential your student understand how their diaphragm works and what they can do to make sure it does that work efficiently.
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