Clarinet Embouchure
Peter Stoll
Embouchure is a French word that means, "the way of holding the mouth." Woodwind and brass players use the word to refer to the way in which we hold, shape, and move the structures of the face, as well as the muscles of the mouth and cheeks, to create and control sound on our instruments.
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