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  • Jazz History Concert Report On The Concert

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    “Experimental Improvisation with: Kjell Nordeson & Peter Kuhn”. The concert was performed in Mesa College Music building. Peter Kuhn had three instruments with him a bass clarinet, saxophone, and a Bb Clarinet. He used the bass clarinet and the saxophone during his first piece, and the clarinet on the second piece. Kjell Nordeson was on the drum but had a lot of instruments with him. Sometimes he would play the drums as a drums set but sometimes he would put some sort of objects on top of the drum to create

  • The Clarinet Research Paper

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    The clarinet is a single-reed woodwind instrument with a cylindrical tube. The clarinet is a very interesting instrument that plays good music. It is typically used in band ensembles. It is made out of either plastic or wood. The reed is a part of the clarinet that it can't be played without. The clarinet was originated a long time ago and it has an interesting manufacturing process. The clarinet originated around 2700 B.C. in Egypt. The Egyptians created this instrument called the zummara (sometimes

  • The Chalumeau and the Clarinet Essay

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    This paper will explore the early instrument known as the chalumeau and the various types of instruments that have evolved from it. The chalumeau group of instruments were folk instruments that were played with a single reed and the chalumeau itself is most commonly known as the predecessor to the modern-day clarinet. The instrument has only eight tone-holes on its cylindrical bore. There are many other single reed instruments that resemble the chalumeau and were in existence during the same time

  • Techniques Used by Clarinet Players

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    will substantially increase your prowess as a woodwind, particularly clarinet, player. The clarinet is a woodwind instrument that has a single reed mouthpiece. Johann Christoph Denner invented the clarinet in Germany around the turn of the 18th century by adding a register key to the earlier Chalumea. Having a correct embouchure is vitally important to playing woodwind instruments. Structure 1. Embouchure. 2. Different types of embouchures in different people. 3. Research into different kinds

  • Clarinet Research Paper

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    The Clarinet is a woodwind musical instrument that evolved from Chalumeau, a single reed woodwind instrument of the late baroque and early classical time. The Clarinet formed by a craftsman in Nuremberg named Johann Christoph Daniel. Before he invents the clarinet, only some national instrument and organ use the reed. Originally, people just use the clarinet to substitute the Trumpet for the treble, after Daniel to add some keys and an individual mouthpiece, also flared pipe may be better still,

  • The String Instruments Are Made From Wood, And Instruments

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    String instruments Sting instruments are musical instruments that are made from wood and have strings. They make their sound when their strings vibrate. This causes the body of the instrument as well as the air inside to vibrate too. The strings are either plucked with the hand or a bow is drawn across the strings. In an orchestra the four string instruments are the violin, the viola, the cello and the bass. • Violin • Viola • Cello • bass The Violin The violin is the smallest and highest pitched

  • Difference Between Clarinet And Saxophone

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    all fun and games until someone breaks a reed.” - Anonymous (Nee). Clarinets and saxophones are two different instruments that are in the woodwind family. The clarinet was the first instrument I learned, and I played it in concert band for middle school and in marching band during my first two years of high school. I learned the tenor saxophone at the end of my freshman year, and I play it for jazz band and show choir pit. They are both equally fun instruments to play, and they are not too difficult


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    HISTORY AND ORIGINATORS OF KEYBOARD BAROQUE PERIOD Harpsichord (Italian cembalo; French clavecin), stringed keyboard instrument in which the strings are plucked to produce sound. It was developed in Europe in the 14th or 15th century and was widely used from the 16th to the early 19th century, when it was superseded by the piano. In the 20th century the harpsichord was revived for performance of music of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, as well as for new compositions. The incisive sound quality

  • What is the Clarinet?

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    they think it is a kind of car or a disease. In some cases if they know what a clarinet is they think of Squidward Tentacles from the popular show Spongebob Squarepants on Nickelodeon. So what exactly is a clarinet? The clarinet is a woodwind instrument and has the largest range of pitches in a woodwind section.There are thirteen different kinds of clarinet in the clarinet family. Clarinets come in many different sizes, with different pitch ranges but the most common clarinet is the Soprano clarinet

  • Jazz Application Essay

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    dented. However, I enjoyed the sound and the music I produced in my first year motivated me to be a better clarinetist. I was delighted to learn a less common, if not unusual, instrument. Moreover, I became engrossed in reading music. When I was