... all about the great woodwind instrument
The clarinet (French: clarinette, German: Klarinette, Italian: clarinetto or clarino) is a woodwind instrument with a single reed and a cylindrical body and bore. It is used in classical as well as in popular music and in jazz and played by hundreds of thousands of professionals and amateurs alike, world wide.
About this page
This page wants to give you lots of hopefully interesting and useful information. It is my intention to serve the beginner as well as the experienced players. It is a non-profit project by one amateur clarinettist, so it's neither sponsored by the instrument industry nor is it trying to sell you anything except maybe the author's enthusiasm. There are some Google Ads - they make the site pay for the server; but they are clearly separated from the contents. Ads are no recommendations by the author.
I started translating the original German web site because there was no such page in the web in English, and several people asked me to do it. I know the project is not perfect at all and will never be finished.
Before asking any questions, please ...
- ... check the menu on the left - there may be a chapter that deals with the topic
- ... look into the FAQs, the Frequently Asked Questions
... and of course you will find answers to most of your questions (especially concerning brands and prices) using your favorite search engine (like Bing or Google). I was often surprised to find few people really know how to use a search engine so I give you some clues in the FAQ.
But if you still can't find an answer, do send me a Mail!
I can't promise anything, but usually I do answer withing a few days.
Copying is no crime, as long as you ...
If you want to copy parts of this page - whether you need it for school homeworks or a seminar paper - no problem! (In that case you better do check your school's citation rules...).
If you plan to use parts of the page for another home page or for commercial purposes (only then) please do contact me in advance.
I am grateful for all comments (even if you spot a translation error) - then please use eMail - this is a good way motivating the author :-) and helping to improve the pages.
Have fun reading and listening!