Known for its warm-centered sound and
produced as an intermediate instrument, the Noblet
Clarinet is a classic wood enhancement for any school orchestra.
Professionals usually choose a variety that needs less tweaking and is
enabled for fast fingering but the quality of the Noblet Clarinet
garners fans who lean towards older models and what can be termed as the
"flying on a cloud" sound.
Replaced by the Buffet or a professional
LeBlanc, this pure instrument is built almost exactly as any other
clarinet. Rather than the new age plastic or metal veneers, beautiful
keys are accompanied by a solid wood shaft. The keys are either the
traditional silver or nickel-plated, in the case of the Noblet 45
Clarinet and D Noblet Clarinet, and only need a soft cloth to shine.
Playing in the standard B flat key and providing flexibility is often an
enhancement that intermediate players depend on with this choice in
The clarinet, a transposing member of
the orchestra, (one that plays at a different pitch than seen on the
score) is an adaptation in design of the Chalumeau. The Chalumeau, like
the Noblet, provides a clear soprano sound and versatility within the
accompanying instruments’ melodies. Unlike the ancient Baroque style
instrument, the Noblet Clarinet allows for the full use of the Boehm key
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