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Vientos Vintage Barrel and Ligature Review
Vientos Vintage's Barrel and Ligature implemented the most recent 3D printing technology. Designed to meet the clarinetist's need in every way. It is a new chapter for the clarinet market, and introduced clarinetists to a new clarinet sound.
Carbonissimo Newest Carbon Fiber Ligature and Barrel
Carbonissimo's newest invention implemented Carbon Fiber, a composite material that is 5 times stronger than steel and with much lighter weight. It is a brilliant idea to use carbon fiber to make the clarinet accessories because it can reduce the overall weight. But the question is how does it sound like?
Maintenance of corks and keys of the clarinet
Maintenance of corks and keys of the clarinet - Clarinet U Article Corks are certainly one of the most important elements in the clarinet. They allow the correct assembly of every part of our instrument, so it is necessary to carry out proper maintenance to extend the lifespan of corks and thus avoid serious problems in the future.
Discovering the Bass Clarinet
Rocco Parisi, born in San Pietro a Maida - Italy, studied in Holland, where he gained brilliantly which is the Getuigschrift diploma in bass clarinet, and in Italy gained "cum laude" the clarinet master degree at the Conservatorio "F. Ghedini" of Cuneo.
Gleichweit mouthpiece review
Gleichweit mouthpiece has produced the sound that every clarinetist desires. Its clarity and harmonics exceed beyond my expectation.
Best Synthetic Clarinet Reeds of 2021, Review and Ranking
Choosing a good clarinet reed is hard, especially when you are finding the right one for a concert or performance. The traditional cane reed does offer a good sound, however, it takes time and effort to select a good reed to play, and it does cost a lot of money and care.
How to Overcome Your Fear of Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream
Every time I take out my excerpts book it falls defiantly open at one page featuring the excerpt that every clarinetist fears the most: the Scherzo from Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream. While there are many ideas about how to tackle this passage without getting your tongue in a twist, I don't want to get too technical with details of how to position your tongue within your embouchure or how to take a proper breath as it is my belief that with just a few general pointers it should be possible to improve your playing of this piece.
Precautions against clarinet cracking in winter
One of the main precautions we have to consider with our clarinet is to avoid undesirable splits, basically in wood clarinets which are more prone to cracking in winter. Why this happens?