A Survey of YouTube Video Resources for Helping Beginner Clarinetists Cross the Register Break
The internet is currently a much-used source of information for instruction and pedagogical information among students and teachers. The importance of the internet, specifically video instruction, in the dissemination of pedagogical information, combined with its largely unevaluated body of information, calls for serious study and consideration. It is necessary for the teaching community to understand the impact these resources have on teaching and learning, and how internet video resources can benefit teachers and students. This survey compares current video resources on YouTube for helping beginner clarinet players cross the clarinet register break, to the traditional print resources that make up the main body of pedagogical information on this subject. A comparison of the four main approaches found in the print literature with selected YouTube videos produced recommendations of videos to supplement and enhance understanding of each approach.
Newberry, Flora E, "A Survey of YouTube Video Resources for Helping Beginner Clarinetists Cross the Register Break" (2018). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI10822643.