Check out this rendition of “When the Saints Go Marching In,” on Yamaha’s latest wind instrument, the Venova. These instruments are durable, water-washable, and compact, so they make a great option for music on the go and, they’re just really fun!
Yamaha’s Venova has a durable, compact body with an authentic sound. It’s the perfect option to take your music on the go!
Our next clarinet scale video is here! Learn how to play the D major scale on clarinet with Ana. Check back next week for the B minor scale with Cassidy.
In this video, three musicians – Kenta Fukui (Sax), Kei Suzuki (Sax), and Naoyuki Takano (Clarinet) – take a spin on Yamaha’s latest wind instrument in a Venova jam session.
Check out the new pink gold ligature expanded line from Vandoren, as well as their line of JUNO reeds for students that we saw at the 2019 NAMM Show!
Welcome back to our series on clarinet scales! In this video, Cassidy will teach you how to play all three octaves of the e minor scale.
SYOS stands for Shape Your Own Sound. The technology and the science behind their mouthpieces have been developed as a result of many years of research in acoustics. A mouthpiece that helps the musician to get the sound he or she desires more easily means more freedom when playing.