Privilege Bb / A Clarinet
Bb/A Clarinet
Privilege Bb / A Clarinet

Known for their great flexibility and stability, the clarinets Privilège are being refined in aesthetics, ergonomics and accuracy.
The keys redesigned, the new key orientation and improvement of the mechanical response make it easier the clarinettist's... + Read more

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Privilege Bb / A Clarinet
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Technical caracteristics
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Two barrels (64.5 & 65.5 mm)
Standard Boehm N°1 (17 Keys, 6 Rings) with Eb lever
Barrels, body joints and bell in Grenadilla wood I Matt black chrome-plated keywork I Metal tenon sockets (male + female) I Blue steel springs.
Leather, Goretex, Cork
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B-flat clarinet Focus mouthpiece
Its smallest opening improves control and provides wide flexibility to the entire range. A balanced distribution of spatial volume facilitates...
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"The intonation, balance of sound and octaves is instantly unique to Selmer clarinets while the quality of tone allows for many colors and levels of personal sound."
Mariam Adam
"I was also excited by the Privilège soprano clarinets which have a balanced velvety sound, and fabulous intonation!"
Amy Advocat
"It allows me to bring out best my own personal sound."
Kinan Azmeh
"Fantastic ease and voluptuous intonation. Expressive pleasure and technical comfort."
Béatrice Berne
"Here's a clarinet that sings naturally. I find it remarkably supple, the high notes are never aggressive while being perfectly defined and the projection is excellent, as well as its stability of intonation over the whole range."
Philippe Berrod
"My Selmer clarinets get out of the way and make it easy to focus on music-making and communicating with colleagues on stage and with the audience. I also love being a part of the Selmer family."
David Carter
"I recommend these fine instruments for their natural versatility and roundness, allowing the musician to produce the most faithful sound to what he is looking for. A very large palette of timbre and colors are available, it's a huge playground!"
Joë Christophe
"For electroacoustic music, the Selmer Privilège clarinet is the ideal instrument: its round, rich and balanced timbre lends itself perfectly to the wisest and craziest digital experiments."
Pierre Bertaud du Chazaud
"My Privilège clarinets are very versatile instruments and with great technical possibilities while retaining the great Selmer sound."
Esteban Valverde