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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001484.txt from 1998/04

From: Gary_VanCott@-----.com
Subj: Re: [klarinet] Re:Jos. Haydn
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 1998 06:10:19 -0400

Bravo Ed! for this quick response to the student's question

Gary Van Cott
Las Vegas, NV

el2@-----.edu on 04/26/98 10:05:05 AM

Please respond to klarinet@-----.org

cc: (bcc: Gary VanCott/NHIN)
Subject: Re: [klarinet] Re:Jos. Haydn

On Sun, 26 Apr 1998, Mark Bradley wrote:
> The piece opens with a piano introduction. The clarinet comes in on "C"
> for three beats, then a short sixteenth note run. This pattern is
> repeated a few times getting higher and higher until a high clarion "C"
> is reached and held out for 12 beats with a fermata at the end.
What you have is a transcription of the Oboe Concerto in C Major, usually
attributed to Haydn, but its authenticity is now doubted my musicologists.
Your version has been transposed down a major 2nd into the concert key of
Bb, thereby leaving the clarinet (or soprano saxophone) in the original
key of C. For recordings, look in a catalog such as Schwann, under
"Haydn" and "Concerto in C Major for Oboe."
Ed Lacy
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