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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000911.txt from 1999/01

From: George Kidder <gkidder@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: [kl] Cadenza vs. eingange (was Ed Lacy [on] K. 622)
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 19:15:17 -0500

At 11:14 AM 1/18/99 -1300, Dan Leeson wrote:
>
<snip>
>
>The distinguishing characteristic between an eingang and a cadenza
>is not only their respective lengths. In general, length is not
>the overriding way to distinguish one from the other. Instead it
>is a matter more of what the performer is expected to do in one vs.
>the other. It is in the doing of the objectives of a cadenza that
>causes it to be long. The objectives of an eingang are much more
>modest.
>
>Furthermore, the chord structure that begins one is quite different
>from the chord structure that begins the other. So right up front
>there is an important technical difference at the front end.
>Furthermore, at the back end, when you need to get out of the
>cadenza or the eingang, there is a different way to do that thing.
>These difference are non-trivial, though the preponderance of the
>clarinet playing community are insufficiently sensitive to the
>overall purpose of a cadenza vs and eingang.
>
<snip>
>
>=======================================
>Dan Leeson, Los Altos, California
>leeson@-----.edu
>=======================================
>
For those of us who don't know these things, could you elucidate? Or would
that be too many bytes? I, for one, would like to be sensitized.

George Kidder

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