The clarinet is a wooden wind instrument with a melodious timbre in its high register and a dense, gloomy one in the low one. The clarinet, invented at the end of the 18th century by a prominent master in Nuremberg, was initially very simple, but then the instrument went a long way to its present-day sophisticated form. It is made of ebony or coconut wood. The clarinet has a clean and expressive sound and is used in symphony and wind orchestras, but it can be played both Bulgarian folk music and jazz. The lessons are suitable for beginners and advanced.
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