Bundy BCL-300 Bb Student Clarinet - Parts Only


Bundy BCL-300 Bb Student Clarinet - Parts Only

$49.99

CLARINET BUNDY BCL-300 EXCELLENT CONDITION!


CLARINET BUNDY BCL-300 EXCELLENT CONDITION!

$138.67

Bundy BCL-300 Bb Student Clarinet


Bundy BCL-300 Bb Student Clarinet

$99.00



The first record of a bass clarinet comes from France toward the end of the eighteenth century. We know that it was a man named Gilles Lot who first created an device called the Basse Tube. As the model for the clarinet was created at the start of the eighteenth century, the instrument that would become the bass clarinet was only created nearly 100 years later. However, it did not enjoy much achievement as an device originally. It was not until the next century that the bass clarinet as we realize it today, with its large keys and straight tubular body, was first made by Adolph Sax in 1838. This is when the device first took its latest shape. The first piece of music to function the bass clarinet was Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots, which contains a long solo for the tool in the fifth act. hler system. There are lots of different materials that clarinets can be made from, but most classical gadgets were made of boxwood. Today, however, not only is the music itself various from the era of classical music, but the necessities of the musicians also are different. The gadgets themselves have also changed to have wider dynamic ranges, with rich expressive power to send the notes of even essentially the most difficult passages everywhere.