Advice to wind instrumentalists on sound production

Reflections | Andrew Marriner, Clarinet
Bt_movie_not_in_use Main focus is sound production 00h:00m:10s
Bt_movie_not_in_use Think about the sort of resonance that wind players need to make; where the sound is placed 00h:00m:45s
Bt_movie_not_in_use Producing a well-supported sound 00h:01m:11s
Bt_movie_not_in_use Set production process in motion so that you support the air column; with this type of even blowing and unrestricted air flow, you can produce a more even sound, tone, and can wipe out the register changes 00h:01m:22s


Andrew Marriner, Principal Clarinet of the London Symphony Orchestra, talks about sound production for wind players

Instruments:
Clarinet



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Andrew Marriner
Clarinet

Andrew Marriner became principal of the London Symphony Orchestra in 1986. During his orchestral career he has also maintained his place on the worldwide solo concert platform alongside an active role in the field of chamber music. Mr. Marriner first played with the LSO in 1977 under Sergiu Celibidache and as guest principal on their 1983 world tour. He later also became principal clarinet of the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-fields. As a soloist Mr. Marriner has been a regular performer in London, both at the Barbican and the Royal Festival Hall. His extensive career abroad has taken him to La Scala Milan, La Fenice Venice, the Musikverein in Vienna and across the USA and Australia, recently to Melbourne for Concertos by Mozart and Douglas Weiland with the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Marriner also has an active recording career. Mr. Marriner is visiting Professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and was awarded an Hon. Ram in 1996.