Klarinet Archive - Posting 000120.txt from 1995/03
From: Lindsey Glen <lindsey.glen@-----.UK>
Subj: Re: Dance Preludes
Date: Sat, 4 Mar 1995 21:49:40 -0500
The Lutoslawski Dance preludes are one of my favourite clarinet works and
I urge anyone who doesn't know them to go but a copy. I've always played
that trill as written. The grace notes are confusing as the effect of
that of just tonguing the last but third note of the trill. Does that make
sense - I hope so. Good luck for the recital!
On Fri, 3 Mar 1995, Trevor Pittman wrote:
> I am in my third year of undergraduate study, and have been avidly
> reading the articles in this list.
> Now I have my own question.
> I am playing Witold Lutoslawski's Dance Preludes on a junior recital.
> I can not figure out a trill in the third movement. It is the one that
> starts four measures before rehearsal number 5. The trilled note
> is a written E#. The problem I have is the end of the trill. The
> grace notes are notated as written E#, E natural, and the trill
> is supposed to end on E#. Is this right?
> Could someone who has played this piece please help? What are the
> grace notes supposed to be?
> (The piano part has the clarinet as playing the same notes listed above.)
> Thank you for your time.
> Trevor Pittman
> e-mail: pitttd@-----.ca