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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000128.txt from 1994/09

From: Donald Oehler <dloehler@-----.EDU>
Subj: Rags...
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 1994 10:47:35 -0400

Dear Friends;
I need to find a good concert (recital) arrangement of a S. Joplin
rag for clarinet and piano. If anyone has had success with one I would
greatly appreciate it. I'm in rather a hurry, too! Is it readily available?
Many thanks.
Don Oehler
dloehler@-----.edu

P.S. I have enjoyed the discussion on the Mozart Trio. It has been my
experience that the "truth" on the little opening florish lies below
middle C. Down the movement a bit the pianist is haunted by the twist in
the left hand. It's rather low and a bad configuration of the fingers,
I'm told. Tempo and the way we play that figure is often dictated by the
success of the pianist's left hand.
On original instruments I have found that it is not the same problem
of clarity for the pianist but, of course, then the clarinetist is
presented with a bag full of finger twisting!

   
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