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Clarinet Lesson: How to Gliss



How to Gilss on the clarinet
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Comments:

Author James Harrison (5 years)
Brilliant, i don't play clarinet, but i love glisses on them.... always
wonderd how its done :) this would really help me if i did play clarinet,
its good that you do this. Thanks :) very good video

Author James Thompson (5 years)
a clarinet player from the band of the royal marines tried to explain this
to me and failed, however this tutorial was exelent. thanks alot.

Author Gregory Agid (5 years)
LONG TONES! They may be boring to practice at first, however they are
essential to learning any wind instrument. Beginning players should
practice long tones 15-30 minutes a day!! For the tone, find as many
clarinet players as you can and LISTEN to the ALL the time. Many young
players don't listen to the music they play. LISTEN, your own voice will
emerge from imitating many different players and styles, they more players
you check out, well, the more unique your sound!

Author Eric R. (3 years)
Wow this is awsome! I never knew it was called a gliss!! Holy fuck yes now
I can learn it!! =D!!

Author Corey Wiley (4 years)
Could you do a play along long tones lesson? Also a vibrato lesson? These
videos should really help me..and I think it is admirable that you posted
these thanks!

Author nejihyuga665 (5 years)
how did you get such a wonderful tone quality on your clarinet?

Author JanieHochkins (2 years)
i have an arrangement of Gershwin's Ain't Necessarily So for grade 8 with
this in and it's soo hard thanks for the video!

Author Kieran Norman (5 years)
You have the same clarinet as me :D

Author Travis Caron (5 years)
I've always wondered how this was done, ever since i heard Rhapsody in
Blues...I recently figured this out on my own, and this just helped me
understand just what the heck i was doing. Thanks man! helped a lot, now i
can impress the crap out of my Honor Band Teacher!

Author snorkelbda03 (4 years)
Is it just me or is it ironic that when he says "dropping the fingers" he
picks his nose? :)

Author LouieOmega (3 years)
How many ligatures do you have????? In all these videos you have a
different one every time lol

Author onigirisensei442 (3 years)
Victor Goines also had a pretty crazy gliss on roll em right?

Author Daniel Enrico (3 years)
So do you keep your embouchure firm or relaxed while you slide your fingers
off?

Author haltmanner (3 years)
@haltmanner nice videos! check this if you have time this is clarinet modal
solo on So What hope you will enjoy brother clarinet player!

Author Gregory Agid (5 years)
Hey, thats really nice of you! Thanks so much for checking out the videos!
If you have any suggestions on videos I should post please let me know!
Take care

Author Maggie Poole (3 years)
You have a great sound! I'm guessing a Buffet clarinet? How long have you
been playing? Also, Your videos help so much! THANK YOU! :)

Author Eric R. (3 years)
One thing?? I cant really c wat u do with ur hand because of the blck title
Dx?!

Author bkhuang28 (2 years)
I can barely hear you can you turn up your mic next time you do a video?

Author Maria Christina Ruiz (2 years)
Could you make a video of transitioning from high notes to lownotes.

Author Anna Konopka (3 years)
0.0 Woah. I think I'm going to practice long tones like you suggested to
the person somewhere below me, because I'm jealous of your sound. AND
because I think I suck extra bad, I'm going to talk to my instructor and
get the nice mouthpiece he has in stock....ANNNND I shall try to gliss in
my spare time.

Author birkir59 (1 year)
Thanks this helped alot

Author uranusxenakis (4 years)
Good playing! I only get puzzeled in combining the jaw dropping and finger
slide technique. Any tips on this?

Author haltmanner (3 years)
youtube.com/watch?v=rb_aDY9VPJA

Author nejihyuga665 (5 years)
i tried these methods and i had a problem. I can to the gliss from a to c,
but when i try to slide my finger off the g hole, the sound squeks, jumps
an octave, or even goes away. What am i doing wrong?

Author Cassie Kossmann (1 year)
It's so.....good. I no can do :c I've tried so hard!

Author Cheeseswissstyle (1 year)
is that is buffet festival you re using or one of the prestiges

Author Gregory Agid (5 years)
its hard to say without seeing exactly what you are doing... When glissing
from a G often times your pointer finger will slip off the tone hole
causing you to play a high E. I would suggest that you VERY SLOWLY run
through both exersices I played. Instead of glissing from G to C. Play G to
A in quarter notes very slowly. If you can do that, Try glissing from G to
A... If you can play G to A in quarter notes, you will be able to gliss.
Gliss in small intervals first Hopefully this helps

Author jasmint09 (5 years)
hey greg, you are really very great! ive been playing clarinet for a while
know and just recently decided to switch it up and get into jazz after a
year of playing alto sax, your stuff has been extremely helpful to me thank
u and dont stop making vids!

Author fiend7777 (5 years)
God

Author VegetarianVampire1 (3 years)
Great video

Author Gregory Agid (5 years)
I had my camera in a mirror setting thats why the clarinet appears to be
flipped, sorry!

Author Trinkulus (3 years)
Why thank you sir for posting this informative video. It clarified many
things.

Author misfitwallflower (1 year)
So... I end up squeaking when I try to slide my fingers off...

Author MrDalsegno (2 years)
Thanks for sharing this, man!

Author nejihyuga665 (4 years)
i can do a G to C gliss. i have a question. How do you go from D to G
because the fingers dont really come off the keys and the silver rings stay
down on the right hand? also, i can sometimes get a D to G gliss, but then
the sound stops for a few seconds due to the transition between the right
and left hand. How can i fix this?

Author PuffsPlusWithLotion (4 years)
Is it not a combination of both jaw change and tongue change? I've always
heard change of tongue position is important for glissing.

Author killywillythepenguin (5 years)
nice festival bro

Author TheGuiBat1 (2 years)
good intro

Author Korkzor (5 years)
Is it just me or is that clarinet "reversed" as to what normal clarinets
are? His right hand is on top and left hand on the bottom. I just didn't
realize they made them like that, I had a student who insisted on putting
the hands like that on a regular clarinet, I guess he should have had one
of those.

Author Izabel Alvares (1 year)
SAME :(

Author nejihyuga665 (4 years)
i can do a G to C gliss. i have a question. How do you go from D to G
because the fingers dont really come off the keys and the silver rings stay
down on the right hand? also, i can sometimes get a D to G gliss, but then
the sound stops for a few seconds due to the transition between the right
and left hand. How can i fix this?

Author TheProgGuy (2 years)
@catgumart Vibrato is all about toungue position. Correct embouchure is
with the toungue position "ah", and I find that going from "ah" to "eh" to
"oh" and back up makes a slow vibrato. The faster you move your toungue,
the faster the vibrato. My cheater way is to slightly move the clarinet up
and down in your mouth while playing. If anyone has ever done it, they
might know what I mean.

Author Emma Coelho (1 year)
I can gliss on my bass clarinet its kinda easy for me.

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