About the Clarinet
The clarinet is a type of woodwind instrument with a single reed. It was invented in Germany by Johann Christoph Denner around the turn of the 18th century and was developed from a Baroque instrument called the chalumeau. There are more than a dozen types of clarinet in the clarinet family, the most common being the soprano clarinet. Today, the clarinet is used in jazz and classical ensembles, in chamber groups, and as a solo instrument. It has the largest pitch range of all woodwind instruments.
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