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  • noun Plural form of clarinettist.

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Examples

  • A pulse is set by marimbas, xylophones, vibraphones and pianos that chugs along, in complex variations, for almost an hour, while over it, under it and around it two clarinettists, four singers, a cellist and a violinist introduce another sort of pulse, the rhythm of our breathing.

    The Turn of the Screw; BBC Proms 32, 35, 36 – review

  • An Austrian, his father and brother are solo clarinettists with the Vienna Philharmonic: quite the clan, then.

    This week's arts diary

  • Also, watch for oboists 'and clarinettists' facial color and muscle tone -- when they have to play long sections without taking a breath, their skin turns from red to purple, their veins and eyes start to pop out, and their facial muscles look very strained.

    The Unsung Success of Live Classical Music

  • The strings were unexceptional, but one of the clarinettists, she noticed, had a remarkable face: high cheekbones, deep-set eyes, and a chin that had been cleaved, surely, by an axe.

    Excerpt: The Sunday Philosophy Club by Alexander McCall Smith

  • An Austrian, his father and brother are solo clarinettists with the Vienna Philharmonic: quite the clan, then.

    The Guardian World News

  • Emma is one of the few clarinettists to have established an international career as a soloist.

    icCheshireOnline

  • On days when my plans went awry, others generously offered to whistle, or to hit a kettle with a wooden spoon - but by and large, the music has been of a solidly musicky nature, crossing many genres - from free-jazz musos, old-style rockers and Chinese buskers to baroque clarinettists, country crooners and Thai drummers.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Trilogy was formed in 2007 by three clarinettists studying at the Royal Academy of Music.

    I Like Music - music news

  • Emma is one of the few clarinettists to have established a busy international career as a soloist, Emma has performed across Europe, the USA and the Far East, as well as in Africa and Australia.

    Whitehaven News headlines

  • Emma is one of the few clarinettists to have established a busy international career as a soloist, Emma has performed across Europe, the USA and the Far East, as well as in Africa and Australia.

    Whitehaven News headlines

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