Vintage Selmer Magni-Tone ligature, exposed brass with some nickel plating


Vintage Selmer Magni-Tone ligature, exposed brass with some nickel plating

$120.00

Selmer Metal Bb Clarinet Ligature Cap


Selmer Metal Bb Clarinet Ligature Cap

$14.99

Vintage Silver Metal CLARINET mouthpiece ligature


Vintage Silver Metal CLARINET mouthpiece ligature

$10.00

SELMER PARIS DEPOSE Bb SILVER METAL CLARINET RARE


SELMER PARIS DEPOSE Bb SILVER METAL CLARINET RARE

$2,399.99

SELMER Metal Bb Clarinet Mouthpiece Cap **VINTAGE**


SELMER Metal Bb Clarinet Mouthpiece Cap **VINTAGE**

$14.90

Early 20th Century Metal Elkhart Clarinet IND USA Band Selmer Goldentone No. 3


Early 20th Century Metal Elkhart Clarinet IND USA Band Selmer Goldentone No. 3

$499.99

1929 Selmer Depose Metal Clarinet Original Mouth Piece And Case


1929 Selmer Depose Metal Clarinet Original Mouth Piece And Case

$2,230.00

Vintage Harrison? Hertz Bb Professional Classical Clarinet Selmer Goldentone 3


Vintage Harrison? Hertz Bb Professional Classical Clarinet Selmer Goldentone 3

$149.95

Vintage Selmer HS* Clarinet Mouthpiece with reeds,Ligature, made in France, 


Vintage Selmer HS* Clarinet Mouthpiece with reeds,Ligature, made in France, 

$180.00



Over the procedure the 19th century makers made many enhancements to Müller's clarinet, such as the Albert system and the Baermann system, all retaining an analogous basic design. Modern gadgets may also have cork or artificial pads. The final development in the modern design of the clarinet utilized in many of the world today was announced by Hyacinthe Klosé in 1839. He devised a different arrangement of keys and finger holes, which allow simpler fingering. It was inspired by the Boehm system developed for flutes by Theobald Boehm. Klosé was so impressed by Boehm's invention that he named his own system for clarinets the Boehm system, though it is different from the only used on flutes. This new system was slow to achieve popularity but regularly became the normal, and today the Boehm system is used all over the place in the world except Germany and Austria. These international locations still use a direct descendant of the Mueller clarinet referred to as the Oehler system clarinet. Also, some modern Dixieland gamers continue to use Albert system clarinets. Before about 1800, due to lack of airtight pads see History, useful woodwinds may have just some keys to control accidentals notes outside their diatonic home scales. The low chalumeau check in of the clarinet spans a twelfth an octave plus a perfect fifth, so the clarinet needs keys/holes to produce all nineteen notes in this range.

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