Klarinet Archive - Posting 000130.txt from 1994/05
From: Jay Winick <winickj@-----.CA>
Subj: Re: Reger why does no one play it?
Date: Thu, 5 May 1994 19:08:50 -0400
On Thu, 5 May 1994, Dr. Ronald P. Monsen wrote:
> They are also good works--but you must
> find a very very willing partner who will take on learning this (to them)
> Outside the Mainstream literature.
I am very fortunate to belong to a group in Toronto called the Home Music
Club (coming up on its centenary). This year I played the Mason (D.G.)
sonata, and in the fall I will be performing the Reger Ab+. The Bb is
impossible (the piano part anyway).
The other works I will be doing are:
Mozart "Keggelstat" Trio Cl,Va,Pn
Strauss K-Tel Version of Till Eulenspiel (According to Peter Stoll)
Beethoven quintet Pn,Ob,Cl,Bn,Hn
and who knows what else (me plan ahead or what).
Additionally I hope to get alot of practising in this summer as well as
attending the Klarinetfest.
Btw, exactly who is going, perhaps someone should create a list?