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Born in southern France, Auguste Périer (1883-1947) studied at the Ecole Nationale de Musique in Montpellier before entering the Paris Conservatoire. While studying, he won the 1904 first prize for Clarinet, proving his significant ability on the instrument. Therefore, his Complete Study of the Clarinet is very well-informed. The sixth volume of the series, 30 Studies is suitable for clarinettists of Grades six and seven standard. While incorporating studies by preceding composers, Périer's 30 Studies addresses features including, articulation, dynamics, scales, arpeggios, accidentals, ornamentation,performance directions, tempo markings, phrasing, key and time signatures, and complex rhythms, amongst other aspects. Périer's Complete Study of the Clarinet (30 Studies) is essential for intermediate to advanced clarinetists seeking to improve their technique for performances of repertoire to a high standard.