chalumeau


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chalumeau

(ˌʃæljʊˈməʊ)
n
an early reed instrument, the precursor of the clarinet
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Allali S, Brousse V, Sacri AS, Chalumeau M, de Montalembert M.
Collins directed the concerto from his basset-clarinet, a gorgeously liquid instrument with a shudderingly persuasive chalumeau register (often in conspiracy with the lower strings), and added piquant flourishes of ornamentation to decorate these well-trodden melodic lines.
Chalumeau, chief strategy officer, Middle East and Africa at Orange.
German Johann Denner devised the woodwind instrument from an older one, a chalumeau, which looked like a recorder but had a reed in its mouthpiece.
Chalumeau, "Rapid antigen detection test for group A streptococcus in children with pharyngitis," Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, no.
[67.] Dupuy AM, Philippart F, Pean Y, Lasocki S, Charles PE, Chalumeau M, Claessens YE, Quenot JP, Guen CG, Ruiz S, Luyt CE, Roche N, Stahl JP, Bedos JP, Pugin J, Gauzit R, Misset B, Brun-Buisson C; Maurice Rapin Institute Biomarkers Group.
German Johann Christoph Denner is said to have invented which jazz instrument in 1700 when he added a register key to the Chalumeau? a) Clarinet b) Trumpet c) Saxophone 10.
9 German Johann Christoph Denner is said to have invented which jazz instrument in 1700 when he added a register key to the Chalumeau? a) Clarinet b) Trumpet c) Saxophone 10 Which North East politician of the early 19th century was briefly Foreign Secretary 23 years before he became Prime Minister?
1 is an autumnal work; the clarinet weaves soulful, melancholy lines that dip into the instrument's dark chalumeau register.
Not only do I admire and love chamber music, which is why I often perform in various chamber ensembles, I am also one of the few players in the Czech Republic to perform on historical clarinets, and the only one to play the chalumeau.
Chalumeau, roseau avec lequel on hume le vin dans les tonneaux, v.