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How Cool Can You Be – Trebling

£2.99

‘How Cool Can You Be’ (currently available as a clarinet solo) in this form provides a more involved project for the aspiring multi-instrumentalist. It requires controlled playing on all of the instruments and an understanding of phrasing and feel. Similar to Charlwood, the piece should be practiced and performed sitting down – as if you were in a pit. The backing track (once again) features Pete May on Drums and Daf Lewis on Bass and there is also a piano accompaniment.

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‘How Cool Can You Be’ (also available as a clarinet solo) provides a more involved project for the aspiring multi-instrumentalist. It requires controlled playing on all of the instruments and an understanding of phrasing and feel. Similar to Charlwood, the piece should be practiced and performed sitting down – as if you were in a pit. The backing track (once again) features Pete May on Drums and Daf Lewis on Bass and there is also a piano accompaniment.

What’s Included

How Cool Can You Be Trebling – Score
How Cool Can You Be Trebling – Full Score
How Cool Can You Be Trebling – Backing Track

Additional information

Score Format

PDF

Backing Track Format

MP3

1 review for How Cool Can You Be – Trebling

  1. Olivia Wild, Clarinet Manager – Howarth of London

    http://www.howarth.uk.com
    These trebling resources from Paul Saunders are a real gem, offering players who need to keep their mind and fingers limber a rare treat – the varying levels of standard allows aspiring treblers to develop skills in a bespoke and fun way, not just focusing on the playability on each instrument but the logistics of changing instrument at a few bars notice!

    As a saxophonist, clarinettist and a struggling flautist it became clear to me that everyone will find their strengths and weaknesses to build on. The jazzy styles of this series engages your ear, helping you to transfer your skills. A breath of fresh air for woodwind players. Highly recommended.

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