Notes for Clarinetists: A Guide to the Repertoire, Albert R. Rice [book review]

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Sonia Archer-Capuzzo, Clinical Assistant Professor (Creator)
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Abstract: Albert R. Rice is a well-known author of scholarly works about the clarinet and its history, literature, and development. His research on the clarinet in the Baroque and Classical periods has been praised as a "massive and rather daunting organizational task" (Eric Hoeprich, review of The Baroque Clarinet, by Albert R. Rice, Notes 50, no. 1 [September 1993]: 187) involving "a vast amount of data" (Alissa Abrams, review of The Clarinet in the Classical Period, by Albert R. Rice, Notes 62, no. 3 [March 2006]: 729). Like his earlier works, Rice's most recent publication, Notes for Clarinetists: A Guide to the Repertoire, is thoroughly researched and full of useful detail. It provides a valuable store of information about the clarinet's core repertoire.

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Notes, Volume 74, Issue 3, pages 446-448, March 2018.
Language: English
Date: 2018
book review, clarinet performance

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