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Bass clarinet - Wikipedia


The bass clarinet is a musical instrument of the clarinet family. Like the more common soprano B♭ clarinet, it is usually pitched in B♭ but ...

ClarinetHistory - JLPublishing


Clarinet History. Johann Christoph Denner 1655 - 1707. Denner was from Nuremburg, Germany. Shortly before 1700, he invented the register key, increasing ...

The Clarinet - History


Most instruments have very old ancestors - the clarinet has not. It is not common knowledge how old music - instrumental music - really is. What we learnt at ...

The Evolution of the Clarinet

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To illustrate the argument surrounding this distant ancestor of the clarinet, no one source could even agree on the origin of the word. One proclaimed that the ...

History of the Clarinet - Inventors - About.com


History of the Clarinet. 2. The History of the Flute. 3. History of the Saxophone. 4. The History of the Piano. 5. 15th Century Timeline 1400 - 1499. About.com ...

TimeRime.com - History of the Clarinet timeline

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Timeline information · Item information. History of the Clarinet. Print this page ... Scientists Timeline - Joshua Williams, Mrs. Brown, Chemistry 1st period, May 18.

The Clarinet in Music History (Greg Barrett) - NIU - School of Music


The clarinet in music history from Greg Barrett at NIU's School of Music.

Clarinet/History - Wikibooks, open books for an open world


The History of the Clarinet[edit]. About 2700 B.C., the Egyptians created an instrument called the zummara (sometimes referred to as the memet). The zummara ...

Who invented the clarinet? | Reference.com


Basic instruments resembling the clarinet, however, date back to Ancient... ... the Clarinet · Year Did the Clarinet Get in Invented · History of the Clarinet Timeline ...

The Jazz Clarinet: Jazz Clarinet Timeline to 1961


Feb 3, 2013 ... Jazz Clarinet history, like all others, has certain benchmarks and watershed moments that are of great importance to both the development of ...