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Lexicographically close words:
clarifies; clarify; clarifying; clarin; clarinet; clarion; clarionet; clarionets; clarions; clarissimi
  1. Both composers used clarinets rarely, but Haydn certainly did not reveal the real capacity of the instrument or establish its position in the orchestra as Mozart did.

  2. Instances of independent phrases for three clarinets and bass-clarinet are again to be found, and in the third act, the horns are employed in six real parts.

  3. Clarinets had as yet no status; flutes added ornamentation; the brass was fully represented in logical proportion, though it was then the custom to write high trumpet parts.

  4. Or two clarinets and two bass-clarinets are united to violoncellos in three-part writing.

  5. The wood-wind was likewise logically represented by two flutes, two oboes, two bassoons, to which clarinets were added some ten years later.

  6. He made prominent use of low wood-wind, which were constantly combined with the violas, and he evinced peculiar predilection for clarinets in their low range and bassoons in their upper range.

  7. Other important contributors to Tschaikowsky's subdued coloring are the clarinets in their lower range and the bassoons in their upper range.

  8. And thus, concurrent with the emancipation of the wood-wind from many stereotyped formulas, was the recognition that clarinets began to command in Mozart's orchestral scheme.

  9. Two horns and even two clarinets are frequently to be found in his scores, and lighter touches, such as the accompaniment of the voice by two flutes and a violin, or three oboes and a bassoon, are also to be met with.

  10. One of the most striking examples is to be found in the fourth scene where the chord of the diminished seventh is assigned to the lower notes of three clarinets and a bass-clarinet.

  11. Usually three kinds of clarinets (in A, B flat and C because they are transposing instruments) are employed in the orchestra, besides the bass clarinet.

  12. Streitwolf's first bass clarinets were in C, but later he constructed instruments in Bb as well.

  13. The compass of the modern orchestral bass clarinet is in the main the same as that of the higher clarinets in C, Bb and A, but an octave lower, and therefore for the bass clarinet in C is [Notation: E2 B5.

  14. I have also observed the sounds of the clarinets lose their peculiar quality of tone, and consequent charm, from the same cause.

  15. The flutes and clarinets toss it in a blanket furnished by an interesting passage in the 'cellos and contrabasses.

  16. It begins ravishingly with flutes and clarinets and four violins, pianissimo, followed by a blare of brass.

  17. The following are the various sizes of clarinets with the key proper to each: E flat, a minor third above the C clarinet.

  18. The Brussels Conservatoire possesses clarinets with two keys by Flemish makers, G.

  19. The clarinets in B flat and A are used in the orchestra; those in C and E flat in military bands.

  20. The choruses of pilgrims (but which are here supported by clarinets and bassoons p.

  21. The viols and bassoons almost always go through the whole opera col Basso, and the clarinets and hautboys in Unisono.

  22. Heard at a certain distance it nevertheless does not sound badly; the one who plays the bagpipe produces an effect somewhat as though three clarinets were blown, he of the shepherds-pipe a sound like that of a coarse powerful hautboy.

  23. The note G fixes the register of flutes and oboes, C for the clarinets and bassoons.

  24. The clear resonance of the flutes and clarinets acquires something nasal and dark in the lower compass; in the very high register it becomes somewhat piercing.

  25. The muting of clarinets is unnecessary, as they can play quite softly enough without artificial means.

  26. In very quick passages they often double the flutes, clarinets or strings.

  27. If trumpets and trombones take part in a chord, flutes, oboes and clarinets are better used to form the harmonic part above the trumpets.

  28. Flutes and clarinets are the most flexible wood-wind instruments (the flutes in particular), but for expressive power and subtlety in nuances the clarinet supersedes them; this instrument can reduce volume of tone to a mere breath.

  29. A beautiful dark tone is derived from the combination of middle notes in stopped horns and deep notes in the clarinet: [Music] If bassoons are substituted for clarinets the effect loses part of its character.

  30. The four kinds of wind instruments: flutes, oboes, clarinets and bassoons may be generally considered to be of equal power.

  31. Muted trumpets are eminently suited to echo a theme in the oboes; flutes also may imitate clarinets and oboes successfully.

  32. There is very effective melodrama music while the Queen describes Ophelia's death, muted strings pianissimo, and the clarinets playing broken snatches of the mad songs.

  33. The clarinets and the rest of the wood wind join in, the strings sustaining an accompaniment; and so the first episode finishes.

  34. Music] The melody itself seldom moves above middle C, and its effect is enhanced by the quality of the clarinets in their chalumeau register.

  35. Music] Much of the previous fierceness, however, has abated and the remainder of the second theme is of a rare loveliness, with mysterious answering calls between oboes, clarinets and horns.

  36. At K there is a bold treatment of the second theme (sostenuto) for oboes and clarinets against rushing octaves on the pianoforte.

  37. At the opening a long B flat is sounded by the cornets, clarinets and bassoons in unison, with soft strokes upon a kettle-drum tuned to G sharp.

  38. Another very singular mistake in the duet in the "Zauberfloete" consists in the omission in the second and third bars of the two chords for clarinets and horns, which Mozart has evidently merely forgotten to transcribe.

  39. But the clarinets are sparely used as a foreign importation, and, together with the trumpets and drums, are altogether omitted from the andante.

  40. Here again the voice part is given from beginning to end, but the bass is not shown, and the accompaniment only here and there (once with the direction that the clarinets are to be used).

  41. It may well be imagined that Mozart would not let slip the opportunity of trying the splendid effect of a symphony with flutes, oboes, and clarinets (Vol.

  42. The clarinets are very originally treated, particularly in those places where they are apart from the other wind instruments and support the voice with sustained notes.

  43. Mozart afterwards added two flutes and two clarinets to the first and last movements for the performance in Vienna; these are wanting in the printed score.

  44. Two clarinets were added to the original accompaniment, on a flyleaf, for this performance.

  45. Hiller remarks upon clarinets as an innovation in Agricola's "L' Amore di Psiche" (Woechentl.

  46. Flutes were only rarely used to replace the oboe in soft passages; there were no clarinets in Salzburg.

  47. For a later performance, probably in 1773, two oboes, two English horns, and two bassoons were so added that the clarinets might be omitted.

  48. Then suddenly the violins and clarinets broke off, and the dance was over; but immediately another one began.

  49. But presently the clarinets make mocking [Music: (Oboes and bassoons)] retorts.

  50. Clarinets are made of different sizes for different keys, the smallest being that in E-flat, with an unpleasantly piercing tone, whose use is confined to military bands.

  51. Clarinets and horns were subsequently added, and for such bands Mozart wrote serenades, some of which so closely approach the symphony that they have been published as symphonies.

  52. In the modern orchestra the A and B flat clarinets are the most used; in the military band, B flat and E flat.

  53. There are several clarinets of various pitches, and formerly more than are used now, owing to the difficulty of playing except in handy keys.

  54. When clarinets are used, they are a part of the first group.

  55. Then he wrote great symphonies and in them the clarinets for the first time unfolded the resources from which the modern orchestra has profited so abundantly.

  56. We also find music for mysterious English horns; it is written as for clarinets in B flat and reaches heights which are impossible for the instrument we now know as the English horn.

  57. It also accounts for the fact that in every instance the parts for the clarinets are indicated in C, in this way attributing to the author a formal intention he never had.

  58. Now Sacchini, for some reason or other which I do not know, did not use clarinets once in the whole score.

  59. Two clarinets are heard in descending thirds of real charm just before the words, "Je connus la charmante Eriphyle.

  60. Gradually instrument after instrument makes an effort to extricate itself, and as the clarinets and flutes struggle out of the confusion, the feeling of order begins to make itself apparent.

  61. The trumpets and trombones with their sonorous pomp and the wailing oboes and clarinets make an instrumental pageant which is the very apotheosis of grief.

  62. Then suddenly the violins and the clarinets ceased and the dance was at an end; but already another was beginning.

  63. Friar Laurence takes his bow in a solemn andante introduction for clarinets and bassoons in F-sharp minor.

  64. This instrument therefore has a distinct melody of its own, consisting only of two notes, but still heard as a kind of sigh, and quite different from the merely filling-in part of the clarinets and bassoons.

  65. English horn, two clarinets and a bass clarinet, etc.

  66. The tone-colouring of the instrumentation in this air is in very striking contrast to that of the previous songs; clarinets are used for the first time, and with the horns and bassoons (no flutes) give a full and brilliant effect.

  67. The frequent introduction of the clarinets replaced the full and powerful organ tones, but without any express imitation of that particular sound-effect by Mozart.

  68. The instrumentation is here of very peculiar effect and of quite novel colouring; the stringed instruments are muted, and clarinets occur for the first time and very prominently, both alone and in combination with the horns and bassoons.

  69. The oboes and bassoons lead a two-part canon in octave, while the clarinets and horns are used as tutti parts.

  70. Footnote 38: The first bars of an adagio for clarinets and three basset-horns were written out (93 Anh.

  71. Footnote 50: An excellent effect is given by the alternations of the keys of E flat major and C major in the second theme, and the interchange of clarinets and oboes connected therewith.

  72. The clarinets are made effective, and a characteristic distinction made between their employment and that of the oboes.

  73. That he intended the demisemiquaver passage for the wind instruments may be inferred from the arrangement with clarinets to be presently noted, where it is given to those instruments.

  74. The addition of clarinets for a later performance gave the tone-colouring greater intensity and fulness.

  75. An Adagio in B flat major for two clarinets and three basset-horns (411 K.

  76. The engaging melody [Illustration: play music] is sung immediately by the oboes over chords in the clarinets and bassoons and pizzicato arpeggios in the 'cellos.

  77. It can be detected in another melody assigned to the clarinets and bassoons against rising arpeggios by the solo instruments, which is prominent in the development.

  78. The clarinets and bassoons take the lead.

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