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8F. Transposition. All Woodwinds. Question One. Give the sounding pitch for this written clarinet part: Clarinet in B- flat. Answer One. Clarinet in B-flat sounds a major second lower than written pitch. Question Two.

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8f transposition

8F. Transposition

All Woodwinds

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Question One

Give the sounding pitch for this written clarinet part: Clarinet in B-flat

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Answer One

Clarinet in B-flat sounds a major second lower than written pitch.

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Question Two

Give the sounding pitch for this written saxophone part: E-flat Alto saxophone

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Answer Two

E-flat alto saxophone sounds a major sixth lower than written pitch.

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Question Three

Give the sounding pitch for this written alto flute part.

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Answer Three

Alto flute sounds a perfect fourth lower than written pitch

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Question Four

Give the sounding pitch for this written clarinet part: Clarinet in A

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Answer Four

Clarinet in A sounds a minor third lower than written pitch.

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Question Five

Give the sounding pitch for this written saxophone part: B-flat Tenorsaxophone

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Answer Five

B-flat Tenor saxophone sounds a major second lower than written pitch.

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Question Six

Give the sounding pitch for this written bass clarinet part: B-flat Bass clarinet

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Answer Six

B-flat Bass clarinet sounds a major ninth lower (major 2nd plus one octave) than written pitch.

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Question Seven

Give the sounding pitch for this written bassoon part.

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Answer Seven

The bassoon is not a transposing instrument, so the sounding pitch and written pitch are the same.

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Question Eight

Give the sounding pitch for this written saxophone part: E-flat Baritone saxophone

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Answer Eight

E-flat Baritone saxophone sounds a major sixth plus one octave lower than written pitch.

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Question Nine

Give the sounding pitch for this written clarinet part: E-flat Alto clarinet

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Answer Nine

E-flat Alto clarinet sounds a major sixth lower than written pitch.

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Question Ten

Give the sounding pitch for this written piccolo part.

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Answer Ten

Piccolo sounds one octave higher than written pitch.

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Question Eleven

Give the sounding pitch for this written clarinet part: E-flat Soprano clarinet

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Answer Eleven

E-flat Soprano clarinet sounds a minor third higher than written pitch.

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Question Twelve

Give the sounding pitch for this written oboe part.

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Answer Twelve

The oboe is not a transposing instrument, so the sounding pitch and written pitch are the same.

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Question Thirteen

Give the sounding pitch for this written saxophone part: B-flat Soprano saxophone

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Answer Thirteen

B-flat Soprano saxophone sounds a major second lower than written pitch.

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Question Fourteen

Give the sounding pitch for this written flute part.

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Answer Fourteen

The flute is not a transposing instrument, so the sounding pitch and written pitch are the same.

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Question Fifteen

Give the sounding pitch for this written English horn part.

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Answer Fifteen

English horn sounds a perfect fifth lower than written pitch.

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Question Sixteen

Give the sounding pitch for the written contrabassoon part.

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Answer Sixteen

Contrabassoon sounds one octave lower than written.