In Partnership with AOL Search
English-language websites only, please
There is currently no description created for this category.
Please submit sites dealing with the manufacture and sale of the clarinet. Sites that are specifically about the sale of the clarinet should be directed to Shopping/Music/Instruments/Winds/
The clarinet is a woodwind instrument in the single reed family. Generally clarinets have been called a woodwind instrument because they were historically made of wood. For several decades now, the clarinet has been available in a plastic or resonite composite form. This has made them more affordable and less effected by temperature. Clarinets have many shapes, sizes, and range, or keys. The most popular is the soprano clarinet which plays in the key of B-flat. This is the clarinet that's seen in orchestras, dixie bands, concert bands, etc. The other clarinets made are named with regards to their note range, that is how low or how high they play and sound. Other clarinets include the sopranino E-flat clarinet, the E-flat Alto clarinet, the A-clarinet,the B-flat Bass clarinet, and the Contrabass clarinet which is pitched at either E-flat or B-flat. The clarinet is descended from the European 'chalumeau' which was developed in the late 17th century. Over the years, physical keys were gradually added to the instrument and the clarinet has enjoyed it's current design for the last 40 years.
Lists informational sites only, submit sales sites to Shopping/Music/Instruments/Winds/Flute . Please submit to the correct subcategory. Sites regarding the Boehm flute, i.e. the modern orchestral flute shoud be submitted to Arts/Music/Instruments/Winds/Woodwinds/Flute/Modern Orchestral .
The flute is one of the earliest instruments developed by civilization. This category covers all types of flutes, from historic and ethnic flutes, to the modern orchestral flute.

Sites that focus on online sales should be submitted to the correct category within Shopping: Music: Instruments: Winds

Wholesalers and distributers should be submitted to Business: Arts and Entertainment: Music: Wholesale and Distribution

Stores that do not sell online should be submiited to the correct location within Regional

Repair sites should be sent to Arts: Music: Instruments: Repair

For companies and individual craft workers making more than one type of woodwind instrument or accessory.

Online stores will not be listed here, they should be submitted to Shopping: Music: Instruments: Winds.
Websites of woodwind instrument manufacturers.
English-language websites only, please.
Please submit only sites dealing with the instrument known in English as the recorder.
English-language websites only, please
There is currently no description created for this category.
Copyright © 1998-2016 AOL Inc. Terms of Use
Last update: Friday, August 5, 2011 10:29:28 PM EDT - edit