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God, please, someone hit Woody on the head with a clarinet case.
Marcelin played the clarinet and the saxophone and was a mentor at an afterschool program, according to Cook's letter.
Some of Mozart’s greatest instrumental music can be found in his concertos (especially those for piano or clarinet).
They were followed by the marching band — pupils playing flutes, clarinets, saxophones and trombones — and then the drumline.
In addition to piano, Mr. Abrams often used the trumpet, trombone, tuba and clarinet in various combinations in his works.
Lakeshore Rush: The chamber ensemble performs works for flute, clarinet, cello and piano by Debussy, Dutilleux, Lita Grier and others.
Flea, who runs a music academy for young people in Silverlake, performed an unaccompanied bass clarinet piece.
The loveliest moments came in the second movement, where the violin has its sweet-sad pas de deux with flute, and then clarinet.
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