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Big Book of Christmas Songs Clarinet

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Otherwise, proceed to next instruction. • Attach neck joint and bell. • Attach mouthpiece to neck joint, taking care not to apply downward pressure on the neck. • Gently hold the reed in your mouth or in water for a few minutes before putting it on the mouthpiece. • Place the reed on the mouth- piece and secure it with the ligature. The instrument plays very well in the key of A, at 440 pitch. We took care about lively, dynamic long notes in different styles. There really is no way to place the mic close enough to get a present sound, yet far enough to balance the bell with the holes.
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The Best of Essential Elements for Jazz Ensemble - CLARINET

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Suggested retail price on a new one is now $5337. It will last and stay in form forever (that is: longer than your clarinet's body) - so it never will have to be changed. Making a sound on the clarinet is fairly easy. Copies of the fingering charts contained within this site may be created for personal use and distributed in hard copy form to students for educational use only. The tube ends in the form of a small bell, whose vibration, along with the sound emanating from the keyholes, contributes to the sonic signature of the instrument.
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Best of Shrek and Shrek 2: Clarinet (Play Along (Cherry Lane

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This metal clarinet gained particular renown, for it was on this instrument that Lewis played his original composition of the ‘Burgundy Street Blues’ at his home at 827 Philip Street, New Orleans, on July 27, 1944. No cracks, nickel-silver keys (no plating). No cracks to the wood, the tenons sharp and without wear. The Ozzy shirt, the tattoo, the middle finger. Zampogna Chanters, ITALIAN, 1st half 19th century, 2 fruitwood chanters from zampogna, Short one is 920mm, long one is1505mm with a single iron key missing the tonehole cover (the long touch is present), the keybox for the long one has two missing chips at the vented end - missing about 1"x3/4" along the rim, (Our #24722) 20.
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We Walk by Faith and Not by Sight - Piano, opt. Clarinet or

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Flutes produce sound when a musician directs a focused stream of air across the edge of a hole in a cylindrical tube. When these waves get out into the outside world, they have the same frequencies as those from an open pipe of the same length. You use seal wax (the traditional way) or hot-melt glue for this. It's a very clean and original example, fully reconditioned by our shop. Conn straight Bb soprano #M143,25x, made in Elkhart in 1925.
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The Nutcracker (suite), Op.71a: Clarinet 1 and 2 parts

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A superb instrument, played professionally for many years and regularly serviced. A group of wind instruments with a softer tone than that of brass instruments. Woodwinds are not only used in symphony orchestra music. MINT condition, pads Mint, no plate wear, small logo wear, mouthpiece minor markings, fully cleaned, silver polished, regulated, fully serviced, 12 mth guarantee. With the head section pushed all the way in it's possible to play the flute at 438 pitch or a shade below, but it's certain it was built to be used (with head pulled a couple of millimeters) at 435 pitch.
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Initiation à l'opéra vol 1 : Pour la clarinette (Collection

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The girls of the section are often violent/bossy. We will never sell your or share your information. The lower-pitched clarinets sound more "mellow" (less bright), and the C clarinet—being the highest and therefore brightest of the three—fell out of favour as the other two clarinets could cover its range and their sound was considered better. [67] While the clarinet in C began to fall out of general use around 1850, some composers continued to write C parts after this date, e.g., Bizet 's Symphony in C (1855), Tchaikovsky 's Symphony No. 2 (1872), Smetana 's overture to The Bartered Bride (1866) and Má Vlast (1874), Dvořák's Slavonic Dance Op. 46, No. 1 (1878), Brahms ' Symphony No. 4 (1885), Mahler's Symphony No. 6 (1906), and Richard Strauss deliberately reintroduced it[ clarification needed ] to take advantage of its brighter tone, as in Der Rosenkavalier (1911). [69] While technical improvements and an equal-tempered scale reduced the need for two clarinets, the technical difficulty of playing in remote keys persisted, and the A has thus remained a standard orchestral instrument.
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Still Airheads for Flute and Clarinet by Gary Schocker

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A few years ago, I attended a technical college for a band instrument repair course. Trumpets Trombones Cornets Fluegelhorns/flugelhorns school band instruments. Note the high D, D-sharp and F key-touches, designed like an alto (and like modern saxes from Selmer), with each key mounted on separate posts. I was a bit rusty on the brands available, and I noticed they didn't carry the one I wanted. Customized Payment Plans are available to meet your specific budget.
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[Op. 8]. Quintetto pour Clarinette (ou Hautbois) 2 Violons,

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Double reed instruments, like the oboe and bassoon, use precision-cut reeds fixed to one another. The only bad thing I can say about our transaction is that Stroger made a couple hundred dollars off us that day. This required pad-covered holes to be kept to a minimum, restricting the number of notes the clarinet could play with good tone. [56] In 1812, Iwan Müller, a Baltic German community-born clarinetist and inventor, developed a new type of pad that was covered in leather or fish bladder. [29] It was airtight and let makers increase the number of pad-covered holes.
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Pets (Suite Of 8 Pieces) Unaccompanied Clarinet

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See this French saxophone site for a great series of pics on the fabrication of saxophones. Orchestra C row J seat 107; […] 1930’s Martin Imperial Alto Sax neck. Flutes, oboes, bassoons, trombones, tubas, baritones reading bass clef and all string instruments are concert pitch instruments: when they play a C it sounds like a C on the piano. In 1983 I started working for Levin Historical Instruments and was introduced to and made a full array of woodwinds: bassoon, dulcian, clarinet, oboe, shawm, and recorders.
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The Canadian Brass All-Purpose Band Book for Bb Clarinet 2

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The clarinet (right) is a roughly cylindrical instrument which is open to the outside air at the bell, but closed by the mouthpiece, reed and the player's mouth at the other end *. Some examples are: The Beatles used a clarinet trio on their song " When I'm Sixty-Four", from the album Sgt. I spent about 30 minutes with the instrument on Feb. 8. Many players tell us the saxes from Nauheim (just south of Frankfurt) are superior to those being made today. Concert C is their A, Concert Ab is their F.
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