How the modern renaissance instruments came to be used in jazz and R&B, from the brass and brass-laden Renaissance Suite to the flute, flute-piano, and clarinet

The instruments that make up the modern jazz and rock sound, as well as the instruments that were popular in the 1920s and ’30s, were all invented by the late 19th century, when many musicians studied at the London Conservatory of Music.

That was the beginning of the jazz and classical music movements in the United Kingdom and America, but it wasn’t until the early 20th century that the instruments began to become popular in jazz.

The Renaissance Suite, as it’s called, was created in the late 18th century by Charles Ives and was designed to be played by the orchestra.

The violinist, George Ravel, was one of the first violinists to create a symphony orchestra in London.

The first recorded solo performance of the Renaissance Suite was by an American violinist named Benjamin Britten, in 1878, at the Royal Albert Hall.

This was a moment in time when there were very few musicians who were able to write a piece of music for an orchestra.

It’s interesting to see the way that these instruments are associated with jazz and jazz music in the modern era.

It comes from the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth century, and I think it’s very much a legacy that we can find in jazz, too.

The flute and clarinets were the first instruments invented for jazz, and they were made by the flutist and the bassoon.

The piano was invented in 1884, and was used for the first time by jazz musicians in the 1940s.

The trumpet was invented by Henry Jones in 1894 and became the first instrument to be commercially released by the jazz label, Jefferson Airplane.

The viola was invented around 1920 and became popular in American jazz bands in the 1930s.

It was popularized by the trumpet player Clarence Clemons in the 1960s, and it was used in the recording of jazz songs.

So the flutes and clarins are still in use today.

But the flutenet is more widely known today than the clarinet because it’s the instrument that has been played for the most part in the history of jazz.

When we think about jazz, we usually think of a very distinctive sound.

We think of the music being made by jazz, but jazz isn’t just about that sound.

It is about what it sounds like to live a life in harmony.

It also brings a lot of meaning to the music.

The sound is very distinctive because it is made up of the vibrations that are coming from the body of a musician, and then it goes through the whole orchestra.

If you take a violin, for example, it’s made of steel.

When you get into the wood, you have to make some kind of steel structure for the violin to be able to move around, so it has to be made of something that has a very high vibration, which is the same as a violin being played by a great virtuoso.

So, for a violin to play, you’ve got to make the sound of the wood vibrating, but when it’s played it also vibrates through the body and through the other elements of the instrument.

So you get this sort of harmonic vibration that’s really very resonant and really interesting, and there’s a whole suite of sounds coming from this vibrating wood.

And, you know, it comes out of that wood and you can hear it vibrating.

And so you can really hear it and you don’t hear the wood itself vibrating; it vibrates very, very deeply through the wood.

It has this resonant sound that’s so beautiful, and when you play it you get that sense of what a great musician is able to create, and so that’s why you can find these wonderful flutes in the corners of rooms and on the floor of a house and they’re playing the fluting, and the clarinet players are singing these beautiful flutes that are like an orchestral piece.

And you can see how it is so resonant.

They’re like a symphonic orchestra.

And they’re made of wood and they vibrate very, really deeply, which means that they’re very, quite unique instruments.

They have their own resonance, which makes them very, rather special, and that’s something that is also true of the clarineet.

The other thing is that it’s a very complex instrument.

It does have very many different parts.

The wood has its own vibrations, which creates a lot more complex sound, and its resonance is very, much higher than the other parts of the fluted instruments.

And that means that the flugelhorn is also very, somewhat different than a flute.

The clarinet is very very complex, too, because it has its resonance much higher.

So if you want to play the flutter of a flugelnhorn, you can do