Music123 also carries all of your woodwind accessories including instrument care and cleaning products, gig bags or cases. Now only musicians in Germany and Austria still use clarinets with the older Oehler system, while Dixieland jazz and klezmer music players often play Albert-system clarinets. This instruments sounds from afar rather alike a trumpet and it reaches from the Tenor f up to the 2-dashed a, at times up to 3-dashed c.
Many beginners benefit from using a neckstrap to help hold some of the weight. The Trills Orchestrator script manages the biggest collection of different trills and interval tremolos ever created and it is a huge time-saver! For oboe, clarinet and bassoon (0111-0); oboe, english horn and bassoon (OEB); or oboe and 2 bassoons (OBB). The Custom Series mouthpieces are characterized by a warm rich tone with exceptional clarity.
House of Woodwinds also has one of the largest selections of printed music in the area. Clarinet in C, KLEMM, Philadelphia, c.1825, boxwood, 6 brass keys, horn rings, poorly repaired barrel crack & finish mostly removed from barrel, cracked at the top of top tenon to the octave key tone hole and then continuing under the key and then to the tone hole, string wraps have been replaced with corks, needs pads and joint wraps, 516mm from bell to barrel, (Our #24859) Clarinets with Post Mounted Keys, Simple or Albert System 4.
THE professional contra-bass clarinet, the Selmer 41 will fill any professional wind ensemble or military band... Sold ORIGINAL ADOLPHE SAX ALTO SAXOPHONE, COMPLETELY AND BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED! However, I would not recommend a German who is getting along well with the instrument to change to Boehm just for that reason. Well, some are "stencils": instruments made by well known manufacturers under other names, generally for big distributors (like Carl Fischer of NY) or big music stores (like Grinnells).
Air is blown past the reed and down the instrument. NEW: Measured Trills(tempo synced and available up to the 5th interval! (HT, WT, min3rd, maj3rd, 4th, perfect 4th, 5th) Berlin Woodwinds has True Legato (interval sampling) for all instruments and sections! The trumpet parts that required this speciality were known by the term clarino and this in turn came to apply to the musicians themselves. This numbering system is not standardized—reeds with the same hardness number often vary in hardness across manufacturers and models.  Reed and mouthpiece characteristics work together to determine ease of playability, pitch stability, and tonal characteristics.  Note: A Boehm system soprano clarinet is shown in the photos illustrating this section.
The modern orchestral standard of using soprano clarinets in both B♭ and A has to do partly with the history of the instrument, and partly with acoustics, aesthetics, and economics. There are two clarinets, three clarinets recorded in unison, but no bass clarinet. The result are some of the most impressive clarinets you could ever come across. Rare French C clarinet, faintly stamped �Daniel�. Has high A bridge and hard-rubber water tubes.
CANEX are looking to recruit agents and distributors of our products around the world honestly. This development is usually attributed to German instrument maker Johann Christoph Denner, though some have suggested his son Jacob Denner was the inventor.  This instrument played well in the middle register with a loud, shrill sound, so it was given the name clarinetto meaning "little trumpet" (from clarino + -etto). We're careful about what we acquire and usually turn down saxes with keywork that's worn or key pearls that are dished out.
Horn sections were a big, big thing in big ‘80s Pop, and also in less mainstream musical genres like Ska and Reggae. French keywork, low B, offset G, E-mechanism, Y-arm pad cup construction. There are two clarinets, three clarinets recorded at the same time, but not on the bass clarinet. With a little effort, we can make things look �like new� again. Top recommendation on this rare and beautiful saxophone! There are a lot of types of woodwinds including the flute, piccolo, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, bagpipes, and recorder.
They are mostly unknown to non-Band geeks, but due to their section pride you will know who they are. I just picked up the Clark Fobes San Francisco mouthpiece, and I really love it. New Heckel Bocals: Yes, they're expensive, but they are the best! We offer New and Used Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Ukuleles, Violins, Violas, Cellos, Upright Basses, Dulcimers (lap & hammered), Drums, Percussion, Harmonicas, Flutes, Clarinets, Saxophones, Trumpets, Trombones, and more. We currently have nothing available in advanced flutes: We always have plenty of student models available.
Similarly, contra-alto ...clarinets are more often keyed to EE-flat, two octaves below the E-flat soprano clarinet and one octave below the alto clarinet. In 1690, Johann Christoph Denner and his son Jacob added a register key to the chalumeau forming a new instrument with a 4 octave range instead of the chalumeau’s limited 1 ½ octaves. Examples of open flutes are the transverse flute, panpipes and shakuhachi.  Ancient flutes of this variety were often made from tubular sections of plants such as grasses, reeds, and hollowed-out tree branches.