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The Clarinet belongs to the woodwind family.

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The clarinet belongs to the woodwind family because the reed (that you soak) vibrates and gives the clarinet the ability to make a sound.The same for saxophones, Alto saxophones,and bass clarinet.

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The clarinet belongs to the woodwind family, because most are mde of wood. The reed, which is needed to make the noise, is also made of wood.

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