He caught up his clarionet
and made plaintive music, playing a Venetian boat-song with something of his lost skill, the skill of the young patrician lover.
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Walton, has a clarionet
[sic] player ever done you an injury?
Among the instruments, he said, would have been the flute, the fiddle, and the clarionet
, an early cousin of the clarinet.
The clarinet, or clarionet
as it was once called, was invented and developed during the 18th century.
The very first entry in the diaries, on 1 March 1821, indicates that, from the age of eighteen at least, Richard Heritage was a musician, a player of the clarionet
: 'I to bicester had a clarionet
prompts the Count's solemn declaration that "The clarionet
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