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The development history and characteristics of the clarinet
Dec 19, 2017


The clarinet is a kind of musical instrument with a long history and has been used since the middle ages. It originated in Italy in the 15th century and was very popular in European countries in the 16th to 18th centuries.
Compared with other instruments, the clarinet's timbre is more beautiful and round, so it has become a standard solo instrument in Baroque Era. Of course, with the development of the market, the types of this instrument are becoming more and more rich, loved by different music lovers. More common are six-hole and eight-hole. Eight-hole clarinet played an important role in the developed countries of the world, both professional music performance and ordinary music education.
Clarinet has long been recognized worldwide and has become one of the most popular instruments in the world. Its tone is pure and beautiful, soft and light, so it is known as "soft flute", "a flute like bird singing".

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Not only that, the clarinet is popular also because its playing skills are easy to master. For this instrument, the use of natural breathing strength can sound it. So even in the early stages, it 's easy to get wonderful music.
In general, in fact, the sound range of the clarinet is narrow, and the sound is round and beautiful. For beginners, playing skills are easy to master. And because the clarinet tone is warm and simple and has rurality, it can do the interpretation of different band characters. Whether it 's happy or sad music, the clarinet can easily take on, so to speak, it provides a lot of music lovers with more options and a wider field of vision.


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