What is a high C on the clarinet?
The clarinet has a range of four octaves! For example, if you blow hard into a recorder, the notes that are produced are an octave higher than when you play normally, so if you play C and blow hard, a high C is produced. On the clarinet, playing C and blowing hard produces a high G.
What is the correct clarinet embouchure?
The top lip, corners, and bottom lip should all have equal pressure on the mouthpiece/reed. Another way to think about the top lip is to say Rrrr like a dog growling. Now, close off the lips so air can only blow into the mouthpiece. Keep the chin flat.
Is there A clarinet in C?
Most common clarinets Except for the A clarinet and the uncommon A♭ sopranino instrument, the clarinets in standard repertoire are pitched in B♭ or the related E♭. Except for the saxophone, the other commonly-used woodwind instruments (flute, oboe, English horn, bassoon) are in C (the English horn in F).
Where can I play Jingle Bells for clarinet?
Visit the Band Play-Along page for more versions of this song and many more, so you can play it with other band instruments. If you are looking for the carol in a different key, visit the main page for easy Jingle Bells. Play-along recording of Jingle Bells for clarinet. There are two versions of the carol in this video.
Are there any Christmas songs for a clarinet?
More Christmas songs for clarinet. Visit the Jingle Bells page for the full version of the carol for clarinet.
Can you play sleigh bell on a clarinet?
More Christmas songs for clarinet. You can also practice all of your Christmas music with a sleigh bell metronome! If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.
Who is the YouTube teacher for the clarinet?
If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device. Welcome to Dr. Selfridge’s YouTube Classroom! I am a music teacher and I post these videos to help my students learn songs.