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As we all probably know, the clarinet is a musical instrument of the woodwind family. It is the smallest size in a family, about half-way between the saxophone and bassoon, but few perform solely on clarinet. The clarinet was created by doubling a bass flute (consisting of just one pitch) to produce the same musical range in a smaller size. A musician who plays clarinet is called a clarinettist or “clarinettist”.

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The clarinet is a woodwind instrument of single reed, about 15 centimetres in length. It has a body made of hardwood, normally of African padouk or grenadilla, with the top third covered with a thin layer of brass.

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Item Weight 3.96 pounds
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Types of Clarinet

The clarinet evolved from a simpler instrument called the “chalumeau” and the first musical works written for it appear at the end of the Baroque period.

However, the clarinets of that time looked very different from our modern versions.

Since it’s first appearance, this woodwind instrument has continued to evolve through the addition of keys, changing of materials, and other improvements. These extended it’s range, and improved fingering and intonation.

All clarinets, like saxophones, are transposing instruments. This means that even though the finger placement and reading of notes is the same, each instrument will sound in a different key and a different range.

Most clarinets have a reading range that extends from low E below the staff to high C above the staff. Advanced players are able to play into the altissimo register, which can extend the range up to an octave higher.

A professional clarinetist can have a range of approximately four octaves, depending on the clarinet.

Which Musical Instrument Family Does the Clarinet Belong To?

The clarinet belongs to the woodwind family.

To be considered a clarinet, the instrument must have a single reed (like a saxophone), and must have a cylindrical bore (like a flute).

5 Most Common Types of Clarinets

Eb Sopranino Clarinet

The Eb Sopranino Clarinet is a tiny version of the more common Bb Soprano Clarinet. It is very high pitched and can be hard to keep in tune.

This E flat clarinet can often be found in orchestral music and concert band music, but rarely anywhere else.

Bb Clarinet

The most common clarinet by far, is the Bb ‘Soprano’ Clarinet. It’s the clarinet most students start on and can be found in nearly any musical setting, from classical to jazz and even indie rock.

Although the saxophone is usually thought to be synonymous with Jazz music, the clarinet had a very important role in the music’s early development.

On the very first jazz recording released in 1917 by the Original Dixieland Jass Band, there are no saxophones, but you can hear Larry Shield’s clarinet loud and clear.

From the early days through the swing era, the clarinet held an important place in jazz groups. Many great clarinetists even led their own bands, the most famous being Benny Goodman.

After the swing bands started to fade away, the clarinet fell out of favour with players. But there were still clarinetists who attempted to bring the instrument into more modern jazz styles.

Buddy DeFranco is one of the pioneering musicians who brought the clarinet into the bebop world. Jimmy Giuffre, with his unique and airy sound, took the clarinet and brought it to the cool, west coast jazz style.

Today, the jazz clarinet has again been growing in popularity, with virtuosic modern players like Eddie Daniels, Anat Cohen, Ken Peplowski, Victor Goines, and many more.

From the early days through the swing era, the clarinet held an important place in jazz groups. Many great clarinetists even led their own bands, the most famous being Benny Goodman.

After the swing bands started to fade away, the clarinet fell out of favour with players. But there were still clarinetists who attempted to bring the instrument into more modern jazz styles.

Buddy DeFranco is one of the pioneering musicians who brought the clarinet into the bebop world. Jimmy Giuffre, with his unique and airy sound, took the clarinet and brought it to the cool, west coast jazz style.

Today, the jazz clarinet has again been growing in popularity, with virtuosic modern players like Eddie Daniels, Anat Cohen, Ken Peplowski, Victor Goines, and many more.

Uncommon Types of Clarinets

The amount of clarinets that have existed is almost too numerous to count. There have been many experimental clarinets, and many “extinct” clarinets that are no longer in production.

Many composers wrote for clarinets in a variety of keys. Most of these clarinets are no longer available and are considered “obsolete.”

Musicians usually take the music written for clarinets in “obsolete” keys and transpose it to play on other clarinets. Below is a list of unique and rare clarinets that you can still find in production, if you look hard enough.

Ab Piccolo Clarinet

The Ab Piccolo Clarinet is the highest member of the clarinet family. Occasionally written for in concert band music, it is rarely, if ever, seen in music today.

Sopranino Clarinet

The clarinet is nearly identical to the Eb Sopranino Clarinet except, as you might have guessed, half step lower. It’s very rarely seen.

Soprano Clarinet

The C Soprano Clarinet is almost identical to the Bb Soprano Clarinet, just pitched one whole step higher. This clarinet is the only one that is not a transposing instrument.

Uncommon Types of Clarinets

The amount of clarinets that have existed is almost too numerous to count. There have been many experimental clarinets, and many “extinct” clarinets that are no longer in production.

Many composers wrote for clarinets in a variety of keys. Most of these clarinets are no longer available and are considered “obsolete.”

Musicians usually take the music written for clarinets in “obsolete” keys and transpose it to play on other clarinets. Below is a list of unique and rare clarinets that you can still find in production, if you look hard enough.

Ab Piccolo Clarinet

The Ab Piccolo Clarinet is the highest member of the clarinet family. Occasionally written for in concert band music, it is rarely, if ever, seen in music today.

Sopranino Clarinet

The clarinet is nearly identical to the Eb Sopranino Clarinet except, as you might have guessed, half step lower. It’s very rarely seen.

Soprano Clarinet

The C Soprano Clarinet is almost identical to the Bb Soprano Clarinet, just pitched one whole step higher. This clarinet is the only one that is not a transposing instrument.

Clarinet d’Amour

The Clarinet d’Amour is an almost mythical instrument.

It is usually pitched in G, although (like many clarinets) it has been made in other keys as well.

The most noticeable difference is the presence of a globular shaped “bell” at the end of the instrument. This globular bell gives the Clarinet d’Amour a softer, sweeter sound.

Mostly relegated to music history books, there has been a push in recent years to resurrect this beautiful instrument.

Basset Horn

Like it’s sibling the Basset Clarinet, the Basset Horn extends the normal range of the clarinet down to a low C. It is usually pitched in F and modern versions look similar to the Alto Clarinet, with a curved neck and bell, except longer.

This instrument is rare and usually only appears in orchestral settings.

Eb Contralto Clarinet

This Eb Clarinet is pitched an octave below the Eb Alto Clarinet. The size and length needed to reach the low notes requires one of two designs.

The first one looks similar to a Bass Clarinet, but is so long that one has to stand to play it. The second one wraps the clarinet‘s body in a big loop so that it looks like a “paperclip.”

The E flat Contralto Clarinet is occasionally found in orchestral or concert band music, but rarely anywhere else.

Bb Contrabass Clarinet

The Bb Contrabass Clarinet is pitched an octave below a Bb Bass Clarinet. Like the Contralto, it can be seen in the straight or “paperclip” design.

It is the lowest commercially available member of the clarinet family, although lower experimental instruments exist.

It is rarely seen outside of orchestral or concert band music, although it has made appearances in experimental groups and with jazz musicians, most notably with Anthony Braxton.

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A Note on Clarinet Fingering Systems

We have covered a lot of different types of clarinets, and they have (mostly) all differed by their pitch/range. The one other big way in which clarinets can differ is their “fingering systems.”

There are three main clarinet fingering systems in use today:

A manufacturer can build any of the clarinet sizes/shapes listed above with any one of these systems.

A B flat Soprano Clarinet is still a Bb Soprano Clarinet no matter what system it employs.

However, the difference between systems is great enough that a musician who learned on one cannot easily play another without significant study.

This essentially makes a Boehm system clarinet a different instrument than a Albert or Oehler system clarinet.

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