The E flat clarinet is tuned im E flat and is a bit smaller than both the B flat and C clarinet. It has the same fingering as the rest of the clarinet family, and sounds a minor third above its notation. The E flat is used as a solo instrument in a lot of orchestra compositions, taking advantage of its clear and penetrating sound. Maurice Ravel wrote for E flat clarinet in his "Bolero" and it has a prominent role in Igor Stravinsky's "Le Sacre du printemps" as well.
All of our clarinets are adjusted and readied at our specialist workshop, and are sold with a 12 months guarantee of unlimited access to adjustments.