Contrabass clarinets are made in E♭ or in B♭.
They passed by shops selling cigars, shoes, clarinets—a whole piano, even.
"Two of these single-instrument projects, for the oboes and the clarinets, are actually arranged by me, so I am very keen to hear the final result!
The hours I’ve spent hunting for or hectoring about violins, clarinets, charging cords, coats, water bottles, Lego mini-figures, backpacks, water guns and rare Pokémon cards are a particularly painful form of attrition.
The song uses the reedy sound of a Hammond organ, and then blends in bass clarinets.
“I was looking for clarinets, woodwinds, brass, sousaphones,” he said the other day.
Transverse clarinets are used throughout the West African savanna region, from Guinea to Cameroon.
In the Sachs-Hornbostel system, all multiple reeds are generically classified as oboes and the single reeds as clarinets.
Instrumental range is larger than vocal range, and the clarinets of an orchestra may play higher than the flutes in a woodwind passage.
…of his career, in the London Symphonies, Haydn introduced clarinets as part of the woodwind section, a change that was to be permanent.
., fingering a C to sound a B-flat) because of differences in fingering systems (clarinets, for example) or changes in tube length (in horns and trumpets).
Haydn’s marches written for the Derbyshire yeomanry were scored for trumpet, two horns, two clarinets, two bassoons, and serpent (the wooden precursor of the tuba).
In the past, one answer was to transcribe orchestral works for band, substituting particularly the clarinets, with their wide pitch range, for the strings of the symphony orchestra.
Reed pipes, such as clarinets and oboes, follow the acoustical principles of pipes, the pipe length determining pitch and the shape of its bore strongly affecting timbre (tone colour).
The woodwind section of a band or orchestra usually consists of three flutes, one piccolo, three oboes, one English horn, three clarinets, one bass clarinet, three bassoons, and one contrabassoon.
Similar modern instruments include the Sardinian launeddas, a triple pipe sounded by single reeds, as well as hosts of double clarinets—such as the arghūl, mizmār, and zamr—that are played in the Mediterranean littoral and the Middle East.
Wind instruments became used more and more for colouring; the flutes, for instance, were noted for their bright tone quality and great technical agility, the clarinets for all the aforementioned qualities, and the bassoons for their special tone quality.
He toured and recorded as a soloist on flute, saxophones, and clarinets, as well as with his quartets, which included (in the 1970s) bassist David Holland and trombonist George Lewis, and (in the 1980s) pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Gerry Hemingway.
Villa-Lobos harnesses the musical power of the orchestra to bring the plucky locomotive to life: clarinets and trombones become steam whistles; percussion instruments, like the ganza and reco reco, re-create the clattering, hissing engine; syncopated rhythms propel the wheels; and folk tune-inspired melodies add a distinctive Brazilian flavour.
The composer of the 18th century was likely to use the orchestral instruments at least part of the time in the following manner: the flutes doubling the same part as the first violins (frequently the melody); the oboes doubling the second violins or the first violins in octaves; the clarinets (by the end of the century) doubling the violas; and the bassoons doubling the violoncellos and double basses.
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The composer of the 18th century was likely to use the orchestral instruments at least part of the time in the following manner the flutes doubling the same part as the first violins frequently the melody the oboes doubling the second violins or the first violins in octaves the clarinets by the end of the century doubling the violas and the bassoons doubling the violoncellos and double basses