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Clarinet

  1. 1. 1 Clarinet Introduction 2 Clarinet How to use it 3 Clarinet Decoration 4 Clarinet History 5 Clarinet Ancient Clarinet 6 Clarinet Modern Clarinet
  2. 2. CLARINET By: Steve
  3. 3. Table of Contents i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Clarinet – Introduction Clarinet – How to use it Clarinet - Decorations Clarinet – History Modern Clarinet Ancient Clarinet
  4. 4. Clarinet - Introduction •Clarinet is a wood wind instrument, which has a single-reed mouthpiece. Clarinet was invented by Johann Gottfried Walther in 1732 from Germany. He said that “The reason for the name was that it sounded from far off not unlike a trumpet.” So, he name the instrument „Clarinet‟ because trumpet is clarino in Italian and clarinette in French.
  5. 5. Clarinet – How to use it. •Clarinet is a woodwind instrument. Reed is an essential part in Clarinet because it generates Clarinet‟s clear and deep sound. The instrument can play 40 different notes in standard range with 21 different metal keys and rings that can be pressed down. For many notes on the clarinet, you need to cover several holes at the same time, unlikely piano or guitar.
  6. 6. Clarinet- Decorations •Clarinet basically has lots of iron keys which make people to get impressed. Most of the keys are for the sounds and helps clarinet player to play the notes more easier. It looks very complex, but it isn‟t complicated. There are holes in clarinets
  7. 7. Clarinet – History •Far time ago, Clarinet was made with pure woods and the idea was from a single-reed instrument named Chalumeau. Chalumeau is basically half a size of the clarinet, but it had more high tones and lighter.
  8. 8. Ancient Clarinet
  9. 9. Modern Clarinets
  10. 10. Bibilography •Clarinet. Wikipedia, 20 Jan. 2014. Web. 20 Jan. 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarinet>. •Wherley, Tegan. "Clarinet." Treble Clef. Tegan Wherley, n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2014. <http://trebletee.weebly.com/clarinet.html>.

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