[ kluh-ree-noh ]
/ kləˈri noʊ /
noun, plural cla·ri·ni [kluh-ree-nee], /kləˈri ni/, cla·ri·nos.
a valveless trumpet used in the 17th and 18th centuries for playing rapid passages in the high register.
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Also called cla·rin trum·pet [kluh-reen]. /kləˈrin/.
Compare Bach trumpet.
Origin of clarino
<Italian: trumpet, probably <Spanish clarin<French; see clarinet
Words nearby clarino
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The word “clarionet” is similarly derived from “clarion,” the English equivalent of clarino.
British Dictionary definitions for clarino
/ (klæˈriːnəʊ) /
of or relating to a high passage for the trumpet in 18th-century music
noun plural -nos or -ni (-nɪ)
the high register of the trumpet
an organ stop similar to the high register of the trumpet
a trumpet or clarion
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