The clarinet is a member of the woodwind family and is capable of playing both loud and soft, with several different tones.
Made mostly from wood, the clarinet produces a fluid sound when air is blown between a single reed and also the mouthpiece.
It’s used in practically every style of music today.
“No birdcall is the musical equal of a clarinet blown with panache”Edward Hoagland
Our Clarinet Expert Contributor
- Cooper is a Multi-Instrumentalist, with vast knowledge and more than 10 years of experience performing with Sax, Flute, Clarinet, Keyboard, and Blues Harmonica.
- He teaches individual online classes for Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Harmonica, and Bass guitar.
- He is also an entertainer with his own shows, as well as a producer of his music and of others. He mostly plays Jazz, Classical and Popular music.
- Has a Bachelor’s Degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston and studies in Classical Performance at the Lionel Hampton School of Music