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The singing is quite good too, especially Le Phong's powerful, clarinet-like high baritone and Wang's ringing soprano.
Scored for piano, violin, cello, clarinet, and voice, and conducted by the composer seated within the ensemble, the work looks at the black male experience in six movements chronicling elements of hate and hope in the lives of black men.
His music bespeaks an impressive degree of instrumental craftsmanship, to judge from his highly imaginative deployment of an ensemble consisting of flute, oboe, clarinets, percussion, piano, violin and cello under conductor Michael Lewanski.
Band alumnus Fred Hendricks still plays the flute, clarinet and saxophone in local Baltimore area community bands.
The band consists of six musicians playing piano, string bass, drums, trumpet, trombone and clarinet/sax.
Aurora Nealand plays soprano saxophone and clarinet.
On top of the new film script, Aronson said Allen may also be working on a book and continues to play the clarinet on Monday nights at a New York City bar.
Mahogany was also an accomplished instrumentalist on the baritone saxophone, clarinet and saxophone.
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Origin and Etymology of clarinet
First Known Use: 1733See Words from the same year
CLARINET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of clarinet for English Language Learners
: a musical instrument that is shaped like a tube and that is played by blowing into the top of the tube through a special mouthpiece
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