clarionet


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clarionet

(ˌklærɪəˈnɛt)
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(Instruments) music an obsolete word for clarinet1
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The band consisted of a fiddle, a clarionet, and a flageolet from the Blind Asylum.
Not so the clarionet player; any artist or philosopher must have come to a stop at the sight of him.
These images crowded up at the sight of the clarionet player, till the thoughts now grown cold in his face burned hot within my soul.
"What part of the world do you come from, you that are playing the clarionet?"
He had been a very indifferent musical amateur in his better days; and when he fell with his brother, resorted for support to playing a clarionet as dirty as himself in a small Theatre Orchestra.
There were sounds of singing, of clarionet and violin, and the boom of a Turkish drum.
Colleville, government official in the mornings and first clarionet at the Opera-Comique at night, worked hard to maintain his family, though he was not without influential friends.