On this site
- International Clarinet Association
- Austrian Clarinet Society
- Chattanooga Clarinet Society
- Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain
- Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Victoria
- Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Western Australia
- Finnish Clarinet Society
- German Clarinet Society
- Japan Clarinet Society
- Swiss Clarinet Society
- Clarinet (Sax on the Web)
- Clarinet BBoard
- Clarinet Forum (8Notes)
- Clarinet Playing and Study
- Clarinets (Woodwind Forum)
- Ethnic Clarinet
- Greek/Turkish and Klezmer Clarinet
- The Clarinet Pages moderated by Mark Charette. A positively enormous resource. The Bulletin Board is extremely active and crawling with genuine experts. The Clarinet Pages (formerly Sneezy.org) are also home of the venerated Klarinet mailing list.
- Articles by Tom Ridenour. Topics including playing technique, reed adjustment, and instrument selection.
- Sherman Friedland’s Clarinet Corner Professor Friedland generously shares his vast knowledge with beginners and virtuosi alike. There are enough articles here to keep anyone busy for a long, long time. Most of them are based on questions he has received by email.
- The International Clarinet Association To get right to the good stuff, check out the ClarinetFest archives for recent conference presentations and the anthology for nicely-aged articles by such luminaries as Simeon Bellison, Daniel Bonade, and Mitchell Lurie.
- Scientific and Historical Information by Stephen Fox. Insights from the renowned maker of modern and historical replica clarinets.
- Clarinet Page by Professor Roger W. McKinney. Great brief pedagogical articles.
- Tips for Clarinet by Dr. Christopher Ayer. Excellent pedagogical articles and some printable exercises.
- Introduction to Clarinet Acoustics by Dr. Joe Wolfe. A scientific look at how the clarinet works.
- Articles from the Australian Clarinet and Saxophone Magazine By experts from around the world.
- ET’s Clarinet Studio by Eric Tishkoff. Good articles. The message board looks like it doesn’t see much action.
- The Clarinet Page by Dan Traugh. Basic care of the instrument and embouchure formation.