This is the bottom of the horn.
The bottom part with the cork attaches to the top part of the bell.
This attaches to the top of the lower joint. Be careful with the bridge key!
This is known as the bridge key. Make sure to press the key mechanism down on the upper joint to lift the bridge key so it can overlap the bottom portion as seen here.
This part goes on top of the upper joint. .
This is the mouthpiece. When wiping the spit out, make sure NOT to run the swab though with the string and the weight, just use the cloth part of the swab (preferably silk swab).
This is not clothes for the mouthpiece! This is called the ligature and it holds down the reed to cover up the mouthpiece opening.
The clarinet in all of it's glory, assembled.