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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000911.txt from 1999/01

From: George Kidder <>
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:
>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
>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.
>Dan Leeson, Los Altos, California
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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