Origin of clarinet
OTHER WORDS FROM clarinetclar·i·net·ist, clar·i·net·tist, noun
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How to use clarinet in a sentence
Bennie Maupin played tenor saxophone, flute and bass clarinet, and is the last surviving musician from that group.Lee Morgan’s ‘Live at the Lighthouse’ was a masterpiece that turned out to be a farewell|Shannon J. Effinger|August 27, 2021|Washington Post
What’s more, small differences between clarinet players’ techniques can have a big impact on the speeds and concentrations of aerosols that players release.
Wind instruments — brasses as well as woodwinds like my clarinet — produce sound through human breath.
The last time I played clarinet with my band was on March 10, 2020.
This seems wacky until you see him on a boat with his clarinet, spinning out satiny loops of sound that do sound enticingly whale-like.The Loneliest Whale Brings Us on an Invigorating Search for an Elusive Creature of the Deep|Stephanie Zacharek|July 9, 2021|Time
I suddenly became aware of a harmonica and a clarinet playing a weird, harmonious message.My Wonderful Visit|Charlie Chaplin
He reappeared while Siebel, with the voice of a clarinet, was beginning to tell the flowers what they were to say to Margherita.Castellinaria|Henry Festing Jones
The clarinet has a mouthpiece containing a reed similar to that made by cutting a tongue on a straw or quill.
The length of the vibrating air column in the clarinet is changed by opening holes in the sides of the tube.
At length contra-bass and the two bassoons gather themselves together for a new effort and the clarinet has time to take a rest.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume II (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer