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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000093.txt from 1994/09

From: Jay Winick <winickj@-----.CA>
Subj: Re: Bruch Pieces
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 1994 11:13:43 -0400

On Tue, 13 Sep 1994, Martin Pergler wrote:

> I also enjoy the Bruch pieces tremendously, especially the Nachtgesang
> (#6). I believe that apart from cl,va,pf they are also alternately
> scored for vl,vc,pf. There are at least two recordings in this second
> form but I don't know of any in the first form.
> The music tends to be hard to find. They were published by Simrock in
> 1910, perhaps reprinted once with different covers (I'm not sure of this),
> but don't seem to appear in any of the current catalogues. I bought a
> copy of all eight a while ago at an "orphan sale", but the list price was
> something around $200. They bear catalogue numbers starting at 12675 for
> #1 and going up by +2 for #2 to #8. A violist friend of mine says that
> after a great
> deal of bother he managed to order 7 of the 8 from somewhere in Europe
> four years ago.


I purchased both sets (1-4, 5-8) through woodwind service
1-800-527-6647 and the total cost was $30.00 the publisher is Masters
Music Publications P.O. Box 810157, Boca Raton, Flordia 33481-0157 (who
would have thought that anything "non-beach" gets done in Boca?)

As for a recording I have that too:

Partridge b.v.
P.O. Box 81
6800 AB Arnhem
The Netherlands
tel. 085-427275

Reference 1125-2

I find #4 Allegro Agitato to be really fiery ( with a great piano part too).

Does anyone know anything about the choice of keys? is there a
significance? (ascending tonality for each piece)

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