The clarinet (or euthyavlos) is a wind instrument with its ancestor the ancient Greek flute. It appeared in its current form in the 19th century. The clarinet currently holds a key position in the symphony orchestra, and belongs to the category of woodwinds. The clarinet is also very common as a member of jazz orchestras. The repertoire of the clarinet, in addition to the range of the jazz music field, extends to the musical compositions of mainly classical composers such as Bach, Haydn, Vivaldi, Bizet, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Weber and many others. In clarinet lessons the student will learn the correct use of the scales as well as the correct breathing in order to be able to control the strength and the extent of his playing.