The legacy started in the 1800’s with members of the Selmer family handcrafting mouthpieces and reeds. Since that time, Selmer (Paris) clarinets have come to hold an enviable position among musicians.Clarinetists preferring a darker, warmer sound would prefer the Recital. A highly tapered .563 bore combines with a thicker grenadilla wood body to deliver a lush clarinet tone. An optional resonance key for the Recital provides additional venting for a clearer low F.Recital (Paris) – A Soprano – .567 bore, thick grenadilla wood body, 18 keys-6 rings, silver-plated keys. The R?cital has an optional low F resonance key that provides additional venting for a clearer tone on low F.