Yamaha YCL-221 II Bass Clarinet with Case


Yamaha YCL-221 II Bass Clarinet with Case

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Yamaha 221 II Bass Clarinet Excellent Condition with Case & Yamaha 4c MPC 🔥😎


Yamaha 221 II Bass Clarinet Excellent Condition with Case & Yamaha 4c MPC 🔥😎

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Yamaha YCL221II Student Bass Clarinet with 2-Piece Body


Yamaha YCL221II Student Bass Clarinet with 2-Piece Body

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Yamaha Ycl221ii Standard Bass Clarinet


Yamaha Ycl221ii Standard Bass Clarinet

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Yamaha YCL-221II Standard Bass Clarinet


Yamaha YCL-221II Standard Bass Clarinet

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YCL-221 II Yamaha Bass Clarinet Student Model, Excellent Condition!


YCL-221 II Yamaha Bass Clarinet Student Model, Excellent Condition!

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Yamaha 221 II Bass Clarinet Excellent Condition with Case & Mouthpiece


Yamaha 221 II Bass Clarinet Excellent Condition with Case & Mouthpiece

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Also, some modern Dixieland gamers proceed to use Albert system clarinets. Before about 1800, due to the lack of airtight pads see History, functional woodwinds could have just some keys to handle accidentals notes outside their diatonic home scales. The low chalumeau register of the clarinet spans a twelfth an octave plus a perfect fifth, so the clarinet needs keys/holes to provide all nineteen notes in this range. This comes to more keywork than on devices that "overblow" at the octave—oboes, flutes, bassoons, and saxophones, for example, which need only twelve notes before overblowing. Clarinets with few keys cannot therefore easily play chromatically, proscribing the sort of device to some closely related keys. For example, an eighteenth century clarinet in C could be played in F, C, and G and their relative minors with good intonation, but with revolutionary issue and poorer intonation as the important thing moved away from this range. In distinction, for octave overblowing gadgets, an device in C with few keys could much more without problems be played in any key. Difficult key signatures and a large number of accidentals were thus largely avoided. The lower pitched clarinets sound "mellower" less bright, and the C clarinet—being the maximum and therefore brightest of the 3—fell out of favour as any other two could cover its range and their sound was regarded better. While the clarinet in C started to fall out of commonplace use around 1850, some composers continued to write down C parts after this date, e. g.

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