Vade-Mecum for the Clarinet is a set of six studies by Paul Jeanjean (1874-1928) and was composed for intermediate level players who don't always have the time to practise but have to be warmed up. It should prepare them in approximately half an hour and is particularly good to render the fingers and tongue rapidly supple. It should also help to overcome imperfections and weaknesses. Paul Jeanjean (1874-1928) is a French composer known for his clarinet compositions. He also composed 16 Études modernes, Arabesques and Clair Matin.