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  1. Nov 08,  · My clarinet`s name is Maya, and my alto sax`s name is Edgar. My first clarinet`s name was Clarissa, and when I was playing bass clarinet this past summer for a musical, I named her Helga. I named my clarinets as well on Saturday, November 8,
  2. Place your right thumb underneath the thumb rest on the back of the clarinet and your left thumb on the thumb hole. To start with, there is no need to push down on the thumb hole, just gently rest your left thumb on it. Hold the clarinet at degrees relative to your body [12].
  3. Hi there, I'm an incoming 9th grader. Been playing clarinet (pretty well, I think) in the usual concert for all 3 years of middle school and I've just started marching band. I'd like to ask a few questions about various clarinet things so I can improve- I really want to make the top band of my high school. Freshmen rarely get in. Firstly, reeds-.
  4. What is transposition? My son plays clarinet, I have a recorder, but we don't play the same tones! If you use the same fingering of the recorder on the clarinet in upper register, the tones on the clarinet should be exactly one full tone below the recorder. That is called transposition. When playing a C on the clarinet it produces a B flat.
  5. There Is No Word Tender Enough To Be Your Name () contains a live performance and a rarity. (Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx) Se sei interessato a tradurre questo testo, contattami.
  6. Clarinette - Crepuscule With Shannon From the CD EP "There Is No Word Tender Enough To Be Your Name." My valentine to my love, Shannon.
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  8. A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "clarinet" - from the guabnetdmembrebeddatiridmezarpoxi.coinfo website.

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