What guarantees the saxophonist or clarinetist a sound that is close to the one he is striving for? The instrument, the reed, the beak but also the ligature as we will see below
We have seen the different stages of the making of the saxophone and clarinet reed, we have also seen the mechanism by which the reed lends its voice to the saxophone and clarinet
The reed is at the heart of the emission process We had already seen how the vibration of the saxophone reeds or clarinet reeds plays a fundamental driving role in sound generation. As a re [...]
In what way is the choice of the saxophone reed or the saxophone mouthpiece a fundamental criterion in sound research?
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The saxophone family designed by Adolphe Sax included 14 different sizes in the 19th century, only 7 of which are still in use today...
The saxophone is a wind instrument, with a simple reed, conical bore, and metal construction, from the woods family. the saxophone was created by Adolphe Sax, around 1840, in Dinant, Belgium
Sopranino Clarinet : The sopranino clarinet is the smallest, and therefore the highest of all clarinets, measuring only 25 centimetres
The reed making industry began at the end of the 18th century. Previously, each clarinettist made his reeds by hand with more or less skill. In 1885 Henri Selmer
The clarinet is the wind instrument that can best generate, swell, decrease and lose sound.