Translation of clarinet in Spanish:

clarinet

clarinete, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌklɛrəˈnɛt//klarɪˈnɛt/

noun

  • 1

    clarinete masculine
    • I also learned to play the violin, the clarinet, the saxophone and the accordion.
    • I was invited to play the clarinet in the camp orchestra, which was a huge treat for me.
    • My mother played some piano and my father was able to play violin, some piano, saxophone, clarinet, trumpet and trombone.
    • The members of the clarinet section called after her loudly.
    • I play guitar and the piano and am learning the clarinet.
    • He played clarinet in a town orchestra whose instruments were donated by a mill owner.
    • In the orchestra, she plays two musical instruments: the bass clarinet and piccolo clarinet.
    • The instruments all stopped except a clarinet, which gave a loud squeak.
    • She began to learn the clarinet, saxophone and oboe in 1985, and learned the art of conducting at the Mozart Conservatory of Music in Salzburg in 1995.
    • He started playing the clarinet at 20 and soon moved on to the saxophone.
    • Two thirds of the children had some musical experience and those with orchestral skills played violins, clarinets, cellos, flutes and saxophones.
    • She takes piano lessons and plays clarinet in our fifth grade band.
    • The programme includes the Mozart clarinet concerto, Vaughan Williams' Folk Song Suite and Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance.
    • He began playing the piano when he was five, then played a lot of different instruments in high school, including the oboe and the clarinet.
    • But in 1954 he stopped playing the clarinet, claiming he could not achieve the level of artistry he desired.
    • Griffiths came to the orchestra as a clarinet player six months ago.
    • He wrote several violin concertos and a smaller number for wind including probably the first solo clarinet concerto.
    • I stopped readying my clarinet and looked him in the eye.
    • His Cello Concerto in C, Op. 20, written in 1899 has a surprise opening, with the oboe and then the clarinet appearing before the cello.
    • Finally, something interesting was coming up: a rare, but long-awaited second clarinet solo.
    • Darius wanted to bring in a bass clarinet for this.
    • Because the bore is cylindrical, clarinets are much cheaper to make than oboes.