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NEW ORLEANS MUSIC MENTORING

By Matt / January 17, 2019

Online CoursesI’m very excited to create online resources for anyone interested in the New Orleans clarinet style.Detailed courses will get deep into the New Orleans sound, techniques for improvising in the New Orleans tradition, and approaches to ensemble playing. Click Here to Join the Waitlist Live Band Workshops​For bands visiting New Orleans, ​we organize workshops that […]

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NEW ORLEANS MUSIC HISTORY

By Matt / January 17, 2019

The PlayersIn this section, you can find some short riffs about some of the great stylists of the New Orleans clarinet. There’s also a few clarinetists in the jazz canon and other ethnic traditions. They’re included for their fiercely personal approaches. I hope you will be inspired! Clarinet Heroes The SongsIn this section, I’ve created […]

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NEW ORLEANS CLARINET TUTORIALS

By Evan / September 22, 2014

As frequently as possible, I will be creating general content to introduce the topics of my online courses. All of my ideas come from personal experiences as a professional musician based in New Orleans and my love of the city’s history and culture. Although the focus is mostly on the clarinet in traditional New Orleans music, there […]

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Clarinet Road’s First Band Workshop

By Evan / February 1, 2019

​It was a glorious Sunday morning in late-March, typical for that time of year. The “Flying Jazzman’s” ​musicians​ were upstairs setting up in the Little Gem Saloon’s homey “Ramp Room” as my team of mentors arrived. ​This was our first ever New Orleans band workshop. Strains of blues from the brunch downstairs would swell and then […]

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Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home — Sheet Music – Public Domain

By Evan / August 4, 2019

​Song Credits:​B​ABY, WON’T YOU PLEASE COME HOME (1919)​Music & Lyrics by Charles Warfield Published by and possibly co-composed by Clarence Williams. About This Score: ​Regarded as a “blues song” and popularized by Bessie Smith, this lead sheet reflects the original published sheet music. ​Harmonies differing from the published chords have been ​included to reflect common performance […]

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