There are many differences between flutes and clarinets. Flutes are held horizontally, and clarinets are held vertically. Flutes do not require reeds to be played, and clarinets do. Flutes generally play higher notes than clarinets.
Clarinets, Saxophones, Flutes...
Clarinets, bass clarinets, piccolo, flutes, oboes, saxophones, and bassoons.
Basically Flutes, and Clarinets....smooth music.
Flutes are much higher than clarinets.
Yes. Woodwinds include Clarinets, Saxaphones, Flutes, Oboes, etc.
Clarinets, Saxophones, Flutes, Oboes, Bassoons, Bagpipes, and Recorders
I believe it is the clarinets, flutes, saxophones, trumpets, and tuba
usually with other flutes and near the clarinets
Standard symphony orchestra has 2 flutes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons. Sometimes there are also bass clarinets and contrabassoons.
flutes, clarinets, saxophones, bassoons, oboes; those are the main ones. Anything with a reed is a woodwind and so are flutes even though there is no reed
Below the flutes and above the cor angles, and Clarinets.
Flutes, clarinets, saxophones, oboes, bassons, and English horns.
The four main Woodwind instruments :FlutesClarinetsSaxophonesBassoons
clarinet is much easier. if you go on to play the sax/flute and sounds nicer :)
Marambas, Xylophones, clarinets, vibes, chimes, tympani, drums, cymbals, trumpets, flutes, saxophones, piccolos, bass clarinets, euphoniums, baritones, trombones, and tubas.
A standard orchestra uses pairs of flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons.
Thorin played the harp. The others played violas, flutes, drums and clarinets.
A typical concert band consists of flutes, clarinets, saxes, bassoon, oboe, trumpets, euphonium, and percussion
Yes, it uses a reed to make a tone. Other woodwinds include, clarinets, flutes, bassoon, oboe.
Boxwood was used frequently for baroque woodwind instruments. Mostly Flutes and Clarinets but I have seen one or two oboes.
Wind instruments other than brass instruments forming a section of an orchestra, including flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons.
There are flutes, piccolos, clarinets, oboes, bass clarinets, bassoons, and all saxophones. Most school bands only have alto and tenor saxophones, maybe a bari-sax, and rarely a soprano saxophone.
clarinets , flutes, trumpets, melaphones, mallets, percussion, saxophones, french horns, trombones, and sousaphones (tubas), etc.