Longest sustained note on a wind or brass instrument
Who
Philip Palmer
What
1/13.38 minute(s):second(s)
Where
United Kingdom (Wolverhampton)
When
The longest sustained note on a wind or brass instrument is 1 min 13.38 sec on a clarinet by Philip Palmer (UK) at Coppice Performing Arts School, Wolverhampton, UK, on 27 November 2006. His first attempt was measured at 1.16 but there was a blip in volume around the minute mark, so his second attempt was decreed the successful one.