Wendy Marks Woodwind Tuition, Freeland, Nr Witney, Oxfordshire
The clarinet is often considered one of the most versatile of all modern instruments. This woodwind instrument uses a single reed and can be heard playing jazz in big bands or concert bands as well as in orchestras. In order to play the clarinet it is important that a child’s front teeth are firmly established. The instrument is quite heavy, particularly if using a wooden instrument as opposed to a plastic one. The finger holes are larger than any of the other woodwind instruments so large fingers make clarinet playing easier. Age 9-10 is a good starting age for the clarinet. Arrange a FREE trial lesson to be assessed for size and suitability. Ring Wendy on 01993 883379 or send your details via the Contact page.
“I have really enjoyed having you as my clarinet teacher.”