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The clarinet is traditionally used in classical music: orchestras, symphonic and concert bands, marching bands, chamber ensembles, etc. It is used as both an ensemble and solo device. Because it has a historical past that extends back to the 1700s, the clarinet is utilized in traditional as well as modern classical repertoire. The clarinet was a very familiar device in jazz from the 1910s to the 1940s. It was used in New Orleans music, but became extremely everyday in the course of the big band era. Names corresponding to Benny Goodman and Woody Herman are still family names. Duke Ellington used the clarinet a number. Even today, gambling the clarinet is an vital part of being a versatile jazz saxophone player. During the free jazz movement, Eric Dolphy was a well-known bass clarinet player. More modern jazz players, akin to Bob Mintzer, play the bass clarinet in addition. The clarinet has also been used in pop and rock music by bands and musicians such as the Beatles, Billy Joel, Van Halen, etc.

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