The saxophone is very versatile and has a very special sound. Originally, it was intended to enrich classical music. In fact, however, it has established itself primarily as a solo instrument in jazz. With the right technique, every player can create his or her own unique sound with the saxophone.
The clarinet is especially popular in wind and symphony orchestras, but also in smaller ensembles and in jazz. It is known above all for its wide range of up to 4 octaves. Playing the clarinet can begin at a young age – from about 8 years old.
The trumpet is one of the oldest musical instruments and still enjoys great popularity. It can be used flexibly and still has a very individual sound. Find out more about the different types of trumpets and their special features with LeBrass!