Other Resources: Sounds and Techniques
Many other sounds can be produced on the clarinet through extended techniques that defy categorization with the single or multiple sounds that have been described in the last two chapters, even though they may maintain a number of similar qualities. These have been divided here into sounds of definite pitch, sounds of indefinite or approximate pitch, and specific techniques (i.e. flutter tonguing) which may be applied to sounds of one or both categories (or, in addition, conventional clarinet tones, sounds from Chapters II or III, etc.).