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A Guide to Playing the Clarinet Many people choose the clarinet when they want to learn to play a new musical instrument. It is a woodwind instrument and it is one of the most popular instruments out there. Many people play it in marching bands and other types of bands. One common reason that people choose this instrument is because it is one of the easier instruments to learn to play. It... Continue Reading

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