Which Historical Clarinetist Are You?

Take this quiz to find out which historical clarinetist you are!

Note: This quiz was created for entertainment purposes only. While I based the answers and results on descriptions of clarinetists from scholarly sources, this quiz is not intended to be historically accurate.


What is your typical warm up routine?

Which of the following do you like performing the most?

Which word describes you best?

When you're not playing clarinet, what do you like to do?

At a party, you can find me...

Which Hogwarts house would you belong to?

How would you describe your clarinet playing?

Where would you like to travel?

Who's your favorite composer?

3 thoughts on “Which Historical Clarinetist Are You?

  1. I should read the biographies of those cool people for sure.

    I have to admit that long tones is not my favorite warm up routine. It’s the one I use all the time because it works, but I’m not very fond of doing it. Hearing a perfect (ahem) perfect fifth does feel good, but that’s about it.

    1. I love long tones! Maybe try some different long tone exercises and see if you find something a bit more palatable?

      1. Well, I’m not complaining. It’s usually just one part of my warm up anyway, the one I find the most effective thing to do at the start of a practice session, or whenever I feel that my tuning is off. Most often I do it in fifths (E3 B3 E4 … B3 E3).

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