This page is an ongoing list of relevant writings and art. We’ve done our best to categorise sensibly but inevitably some things will be in unexpected places.

Instrument-specific resources

  • Bergeron, Thomas (1989) Saxophone Multiphonics: a Scalar Model, University of Oregon (DMA Dissertation)
  • Bok, Henri, & Wendel, Eugen (1989) New Techniques for the Bass Clarinet , Paris: Editions Salabert
  • Caravan, Ronald (1974) Extensions of Technique for Clarinet and Saxophone, Rochester (NY): Eastman (DMA thesis)
  • Dick, Robert (1975) The Other Flute, London: Oxford University Press
  • Dolak, Frank (1980) Contemporary Techniques for the Clarinet, Lebanon (IN): Studio P/R
  • Farmer, Gerald (1982) Multiphonics and other Contemporary Clarinet Techniques, Rochester (NY): SHALL-u-mo
  • Garbarino, Giuseppe (2000) Metodo per Clarinetto, Milan: Editioni Suvini Zerboni
  • Gibson, Oscar-Lee (1994) Clarinet Acoustics, Bloomington: Indiana University Press
  • Kientzy, Daniel (1982) Multiple sounds for Saxophones, Paris: Editions Salabert
  • Liang, Jack Yi Jing (2018) Clarinet Multiphonics: A Catalog and Analysis of Their Production Strategies, Phoenix: Arizona State University (DMA Thesis)
  • Marchi, Joseph (1994) Clarinet Studies: Harmonic and high-pitches, Paris: Editions Henry Lemoine
  • Rehfeldt, Philip (1994) New Directions for Clarinet, 2nd ed., Oxford: Scarecrow
  • Raschér, Sigurd (1962) Top Tones for the Saxophone, 3rd ed., New York: Carl Fischer
  • Roche, Heather – Website multi-resource
  • Spaarnay, Harry, (2012) The Bass Clarinet, 2nd ed., Barcelona: Periferia
  • Watts, Sarah (2015) Spectral Immersions, London: Metropolis
  • Weiss, Marcus, & Nettl, Giorgio (2010) The Techniques of Saxophone Playing, Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag



  • De Assis, Paolo (2018) Logic of Experimentation, Leuven: Leuven University Press
  • DeLanda, Manuel (2016) Assemblage Theory, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
  • Ingold, Tim (2007) Lines: A Brief History, London: Routledge
  • Ingold, Tim, & Gatt, Caroline (2013). ‘From description to correspondence: Anthropology in real time’. In Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice, Edited by Wendy Gunn, Ton Otto and Rachel Charlotte Smith, London: Bloomsbury
  • Liang, Jack (2018) Clarinet Multiphonics: A Catalog and Analysis of Their Production Strategies, Arizona State University, DMA Thesis
  • Pickering, Andrew (1995) The Mangle of Practice: Time, Agency, and Science, London: University of Chicago Press
  • Snekkestad, Torben, ‘The Poetics Of A Multiphonic Landscape