Clarinets

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For Additional Info Contact Store: Music Go Round - Lakeland, FL *For oversized or smaller items, the actual shipping charges may vary from this quote. Rent is also good for those who are not sure what instrument they would like to play. No cracks to the wood, new pads & corks from our shop in Wichita. Email us, give us a call at 1-800-562-8938 or visit us in Tacoma, Seattle, Silverdale, Puyallup, Yakima or Richland. Or, in any case, they were last fitted to this fine flute many years ago.

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A handful of subcontrabass clarinets (like the BBB-flat) have been built, but only as experiments. However, the clarinet in A, just a semitone lower, is commonly used in orchestral music. We left our daughters instrument for a week and they didn't even touch it. Give us a call at 800-860-4077 or complete the fields below. Many of the woodwind professors teach small ensembles each semester, and often coach each others’ students on special projects. In our opinion, this particular clarinet is just about as fine an instrument as you'd find anywhere.

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This pair of clarinets, however, appears to have been manufactured before that merger as professional instruments. Current turn around times for Tune-Ups and other small jobs is at least 3 weeks. In the following weeks George used his PEDLER again for the ‘American Music’ recording sessions with the trumpeters Bunk Johnson and Louis “Kid Shots” Madison at San Jacinto Hall; these recordings became the most significant sound archives of authentic New Orleans jazz.

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This is an excellent playing clarinet and very suitable for the advancing player on a tight budget. The following is a break-down of our instrumentation: The clarinet is widely used as a solo instrument. While many composers throughout the twentieth-century experimented in new ways with traditional instruments (such as the "prepared piano" used by American composer John Cage ), many of the twentieth-century’s greatest composers, such as Italian opera composer Giacomo Puccini and the Russian pianist/composer Sergei Rachmaninoff, remained true to the traditional forms of music history.

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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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There are no cracks or repairs that I can detect. G clarinets, known as Turkish clarinets, are used only in particular Mid-Eastern styles of music. Some evidence of dent removal to the end-bow of the bell. I will, however, give my own comments, which are informative but have been accused of being laced with sarcasm. (I've been spending too much time in the shop without the windows open again.) We all have heard that the instrument of choice for schools is the R13.

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It consists of a flat sheet of hardened spring steel, that is screwed against a key. And we care about each custumer - be it national or international. The text has been prepared by a team of authors, the principal author, Heike Fricke, having written the descriptions of the clarinet family instruments. Like the model 101, the 201 generates a tone that lends itself to solo playing, is voiced to permit the... Bring in your used music gear such as guitars, amps, drums, pro sound, keyboards, and band instruments and we will pay you on the spot!

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The sharp ringshaped border of the sunk in hole will press in into the soft moist leather. Today we assume that the ancestors of the modern woodwind instruments were developed in the middle east and have reached Europe via Turkey. In the oboe and bassoon the sound is produced by a double reed (see the diagram and photographs above). (We players of double reeds have been accused of spending half our lives making reeds and the other half complaining about them.) The bassoon is the bass of the woodwind family - a long, folded conical tube reamed and mandrilled into four pieces of maple.

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eBay determines this price through a machine learned model of the product's sale prices within the last 90 days. eBay determines trending price through a machine learned model of the product’s sale prices within the last 90 days. "New" refers to a brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item, and "Used" refers to an item that has been used previously. The name �Daniel� probably refers to the dealer who sold the clarinet rather than the maker. Every new Jupiter clarinet we sell, is inspected & or adjusted by our qualified technicians prior to sale.

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That means you will hear the natural transitions from one note to another. The solid silver tube measures .014 inches (body and head). Selmer (Paris), E-flat Alto Clarinet #Y212x, made in France in 1974. 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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