However, earlier civilizations created primitive designs of the same instrument including Greece and Egypt, who had single reed style pieces and hornpipes. Another reason the creation of the clarinet came to us is because of greater technical demands of high-profile musicians like Bach and Handel, who required specific demands from trumpeters. Because of the nature of the instrument, it is difficult to play chromatically and so there are often multiple clarinets in different keys used in orchestra.
The most common genres in which you will hear a good clarinet solo come in jazz, classical and even in rock. Dance to the Music by Sly and the Family Stone's is one of the more well known songs that had a clarinet play prominently. It is also a familiar sound in Brazilian and Greek music. When a group of clarinets are played together it is truly a magical sound and one that will definitely create a distinctive mood.
No wonder why directors use clarinet royalty free music for background and pivotal scenes. Played along with familiar support instruments like an oboe and saxophone the clarinet is a versatile and very impacting instrument that can bring your production to life.
You can download background clarinet music in mp3 / wav or other formats. Use pieces in a pivotal scene when appropriate but try to imagine the entire film score in your head, so that you can plan around the various scenes and not let the music distract you from the main purpose. Clarinets tend to sound differently in different countries, and truly technique for playing clarinet in Germany or the Orient can be very different. In western civilization, there tends to be a balance between elegant play in Germany and highly emotive in oriental territories. Find your own unique style and add some personality to your work!