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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000481.txt from 2002/02

From: "Rien Stein" <>
Subj: [kl] clarinet and band
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2002 20:00:34 -0500

sean osborne wrote

> Hello all,
> Once again with a repertoire question. I'm going to be playing a concerto
> with a band in June and the conductor is worried about what to play. I
> know there are accompaniments to Messager, Debussy, everything Weber
> and even the Mozart Concerto, as well as the Reed Serenade, Babin
> Walzes (both of which I'm playing with Tacoma Concert Band on March 1),
> the Rimsky-Korsakov Concerto. My question is what else do you guys know.
> Anything particularly fun and frolicking (that's what the Director is
> for)?
> Thanks,
> Sean Osborn

and david glenn answered


I can think of nothing better for fun and frolic than the Roland Cardon
Concerto for Clarinet and Band which we have been discussing here recently.
Published by Ed. Andel, Ostend, Belgium

Dav id


this week I received a mini solo part together with a mini piano reduction
from andel. I quite agree with david. andel also sent me the same from a
concerto by norbert goddaer. this one also looksgreat, but is a lot more

but also de haske music publishers from heerenveen, the netherlands, and
molenaar, postbus 19, nl-1520 aa wormerveer, the netherlands, have some
great publications. you could maybe contact them. let me know if you're
interested, i will look up the full address of de haske's.



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