Mastering Clarinet High Notes

Mastering Clarinet High Notes gives you the most important systems that you need to know to play high notes on clarinet with better tone, intonation, more dynamic control, more comfortable movement between low and high notes and control of the altissimo register.

You'll play high notes much more easily once you learn these step-by-step systems. You'll also learn about the most common mistakes clarinetist make that cause them frustrations, squeaks, bad tone and trouble playing highest notes.


Mastering Clarinet High Notes Includes: 

  • Instant access to several hours of video content designed to teach you everything you need to know to produce better clarinet high notes, while getting rid of common clarinet frustrations
  • Valuable downloadable worksheets specifically designed to help you improve various aspects of high notes
  • 30-Day High Note Workouts - This is the exact system you need, in 10 - 15 minutes a day, to enjoy clear improvements on your clarinet in the next month. You will get TWO separate 30 Day Clarinet Workouts to help you improve your high notes step by step over the next 2 months.
  • Bonus repertoire: Rose Etudes with bar-by-bar instruction from Michelle on how you can use your improved high notes to play beautiful music
  • You have access to these videos for as long as Michelle is around (hopefully for years to come).

100% 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee - Try the Mastering Clarinet High Notes course, and if it is not right for you, I will refund your tuition.


Here's what people say about Michelle's courses:


Michelle's presentation is always delightful but her real genius comes in the 30 day workouts. When you have completed them, you find that you are playing so much better and you don't really know why - magic!" 

Gerry


"I can heartily recommend Michelle Anderson's online clarinet courses. I have taken two that she has offered, and I was lucky enough to be included in two master classes. If your busy lifestyle precludes private live lessons, you will appreciate the help that Michelle can offer you on the internet."

Murray S. Feldstein, M.D.


"In my late 50s, after decades of desire, I finally decided to start learning to play the clarinet. But with my busy and unpredictable schedule, I did not have time to commit to regular lessons. I started practicing on my own and soon experienced issues and needed help. I searched the internet and encountered Michelle Anderson's clarinet lesson and community website. As I viewed her videos on YouTube it became apparent very quickly that she was a top professional clarinetist who had a tremendous gift for teaching. Having many decades of experience in teaching students, she knows how to explain and demonstrate principles effectively so the student can internalize them. She imparts the fundamentals and creates the foundation for good (lifelong) technique. Through her How To Play Clarinet More Easily course I am continuing to experience an ongoing process of improvement in all dimensions of playing - tone, high notes, articulation, fingering, rhythm.... Her lessons opened my eyes to the vital importance of "fast air" to make good sound. She showed me how to achieve a good embouchure. She answered many of my nagging questions such as why I was "getting squeaks" and why at times it seemed "difficult to blow". I even found answers to questions concerning reeds and mouthpieces. Finally, and maybe most importantly, I find her lessons highly enjoyable and I look forward to future sessions with her videos."

Laurie Balagurchik MD FACP CAPT, MC, USN (Retired) (30 years US Navy)


"Thanks for your beautiful work. It has really helped this 65-year-old hard-of-hearing player. I am in a community band--I asked to play 3rd clarinet. The director heard me warming up and placed me as a first clarinet (one of three). Everyone says my tone is so beautiful (I faithfully practice your long tone exercises and blow air three times through phrases, etc.). I have a very good 1947/48 Buffet with "artist level" reconditioning, Chadash barrels, and M13 Lyre 88 mouthpiece. But the tone really blossomed once I went through your 30-day workout. Now I am working on articulation and pitch correction through tongue position."

Bryan Apper