Clarinet Duets from the Masters: Vol 1

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It was said to have been successfully tried out at the local opera in Wiesbaden in the high dramatic oboe solo in the second Act of Fidelio. Composers therefore habitually avoided chromatic tones in the lower register. Flutes, though metal, are categorized as woodwinds because they were originally fabricated from wood. Martin’s formal qualifications comprise degrees in music education and music performance (University of Melbourne) and formal qualifications in Band Instrument Repair (WITCC, Iowa USA).
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Concert Fun: 2nd B-flat Clarinet (First Division Band

James D. Ployhar, Eric Osterling

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It's just the instrument to me that has that special vibe. Once the first instrument is mastered, others are often fairly easy to pick up. Most of the instruments in use today are by Heckel himself, though several other makers now copy the design. It is the only one of these instruments to have scored for by composers. When purchasing an instrument, musicians consider many factors ranging from price and quality, to brand and mobility. I am including all of the accessories that I purchased along with the instrument.
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Movie Duets for All: E-flat Alto Saxophone, E-flat Clarinet

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It is recommended that instruments be serviced each year to maintain optimal playing condition and your instrument will play better and last longer. The pipe (of wood, generally in one piece) preserves the cylindrical bore of the primitive cane flageolet, and the technique is founded on the jreadiness and good intonation with which a narrow-bore flageolet can be overblown to its higher harmonics. You can "tune" it by cutting pieces off the other end, and with fast scissor work you can even play a little tune - provided that the notes go only upwards!
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Amazing Grace for Clarinet Quartet by John Newton

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Helping this, it may be that the throat comes into play, being more relaxed in the forte to allow a full stream of air to pass into the instrument; and more tightened in the piano, to send forward a thinner stream of air at the same speed, so that the note keeps its pitch but has less volume (corresponding to narrowing the lip aperture in flute-playing). How is a musical sound made on a trombone? Below: left: bass sordano (mouthpiece removed; from Schloss Ambras, Austria); right: bass curtal (fagotto corista; Catajo) Reproduced by courtesy of the Director * 2cJ sl.gg s-< C "^ f Sfl C ^ s -si nS 73 73 sy 40 C "So XXIII.
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Clarinet Exam Pieces 20142017, Grade 5, Score, Part & 2 CDs:

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Hold the upper joint, avoiding any keys, and insert the reed all the way. I`ll be happy to discuss repertoire, set-up, music schools, technique, recordings, etc. The pinky-note group in the third measure is a problem, since the two E-flats and the A-flat make it impossible to do a strict alternation. Lawson, 198 Tottenham Court Rd., 1818-38. In the Italian zampogna, for instance, the two chanters are often made in this way, flared on the outside but bulbous inside (see also the Spanish drone, fig. 50).
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Alfred Accent on Performance March Collection Clarinet 1

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Here are some instruments that marching bands use in their performances. At this point the reed stays pressed against the mouthpiece until either the springiness of the reed forces it to open, or a returning pressure wave 'bumps' into the reed and opens it. Many flutists use this as well as, or instead of, the more usual T described above. Some times this barrel is of wood, and sometimes it is of metal, in which case it is usually called a crook.
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Clarinet: Contemporary Hits: Instrumental Play Along: Solo

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A drop on the end of a needle pin is plenty for each key that contacts a post, either where a rod goes through a key, or where a key is held with a pivot screw. In the Andean mountains you can often see pairs of Zampo�eros playing alternate notes in rapid succession resulting in a kind of "stereo" effect. Use your library to determine whether the following instruments are reed instruments and whether they are single-reed...... ................ ......................................................................
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Living Praise Instrumental Collection: B-flat Instruments

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In mechanism, there was at first only the C key, but to this was soon added the Ejj key to give that semitone above the six-finger note which is so bad on reed instruments as a half-holing. The left thumb key on a clarinet. 24 w.i. 369 GLOSSARY OF TERMS STAPLE. Water that is in the hollow space is called free water. Specimens are preserved in the Budapest Museum. The nozzle is a leather or mackintosh tube with a lapped wooden end which is pushed into the socket of a similar tube leading from the bag.
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Mel Bay Clarinet Primer

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Inspect the bore to ensure that a very thin slick of oil has been applied evenly. Well, each instrument in the woodwind family has a bass member, even the flute. These instruments are some of the oldest instruments made for the modern orchestra, and some early orchestral music is even written solely for this section. The investigation, published in 2007, described a cesspool of crooked behavior. For most woodwinds, the player changes pitch by opening and closing holes along the instrument's length.
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Concertino for Clarinet and Orchestra (ed. Heidlberger)

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They are a lot harder to use than one reeded instruments. In the bore, but as pared with today they are in the lias no hole) and narrower in the the contracts to a narrow waist, no to the bottom notes blurting and partly to out the of the instrument as a whole. arc wide in the crook and tenor Joint, and to a tone than others. As wood becomes more brittle, it looses elasticity. The word clarinet may have entered the English language via the French clarinette (the feminine diminutive of Old French clarin or clarion), or from Provençal clarin, "oboe". [1] It would seem however that its real roots are to be found amongst some of the various names for trumpets used around the renaissance and baroque eras.
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