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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000067.txt from 1995/03

From: Laura R Bornhoeft <lbornhoe@-----.EDU>
Subj: Re: Milhaud Duo Concertante
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 1995 21:37:09 -0500

On Fri, 24 Feb 1995, John Spicknall wrote:

> Just wondering if anyone else has questioned a possible wrong note
> in the clarinet part (and clarinet stave in piano part) of the
> Milhaud Duo Concertant (Heugel edition). I'm speaking of 3rd
> movement at measure 106. The second note (the sixteenth following
> the dotted eighth is printed as C flat...My ear and the piano part
> in a preceding bar 103? 104?(dont have piano part with me) tell me
> that it should be C natural(quasi D flat Major)
>
> Has anyone Experienced this same sensation?
>

I performed this piece in college, and worked on it last year, and always
took it for granted that the Cb was correct -- but I think you're right;
the C natural would be the "real" note. See measure 26 - the first and
third movements are identical (for all practical purposes) except for
transposition.

Your ear is sharper than mine to catch that note among so many others...

Laura Bornhoeft

   
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