The first thing to discover is the etymological origin of the term clarín. In this case, we can state that it is a word that derives from Latin, exactly "clarus," which can be translated as "bright," "illustrious," or "famous."
A clarion is a metallic wind instrument , which is similar to a trumpet , although smaller and with sounds that are more acute. It has a hemispherical nozzle, a bell-shaped pavilion and a cup-like mouthpiece.
There are clarines that present a valve to lower the tuning a fourth. However, most clarines lack valves. The most common tuning is done in If flat .
In ancient times, the Romans had three kinds of clarines. Each had its own characteristics and was used for various purposes. At that time the bugle began to be used to touches of the chivalry and other military forces.
"Clarion" it is also the name of daily most popular of Argentina , whose symbol is, precisely, a person playing the mentioned wind instrument. The newspaper was founded in 1945 by Roberto Noble with tabloid format, then rare.
From the newspaper "Clarín" we must present another series of interesting data such as the following:
-It is the newspaper with the largest circulation in Argentina.
-Until 2017, Ernestina Herrera de Noble, the founder's widow, was the director.
-It is presented with the following slogan: "The great Argentine newspaper."
-It has its digital version like many other publications around the world. Version that, according to the latest data, makes it the third most visited Spanish digital newspaper in the world with more than 8 million unique users.
-One of the hallmarks of this media is that it gives priority to what are local issues as well as sports and the field of culture and entertainment.
At the end of 1998 the Clarín Group , a multimedia that has newspapers "Clarion" , "The reason" and "Olé" ; TV channels The thirteen , All news , Channel (á) , America Sports and The Garage TV ; radio stations Miter radio and 100 ; the cable TV operator Cablevision ; the internet provider Fibertel ; and many other companies. This multiplicity of companies linked to the dissemination of information and access to it gives great power to Clarín Group , which has been the subject of accusations and criticism by various political sectors.
Leopoldo Alas “Clarín” Finally, he was a leading Spanish writer born in 1852 and died in 1901 , author of "The Regent" , "Downhill" , "The Rooster of Socrates" , “Moral tales” and others works .
It is considered that together with the Canarian writer Benito Pérez Galdós (1843 - 1920) he formed the best couple of novelists of the nineteenth century in Spain. "La Regenta" was his best known literary work, which has made him a key figure in Spanish literature of all time. However, we cannot ignore that he also worked as a journalist, addressing not only literary but also political issues.