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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000307.txt from 2002/05

From: "Daniel Stover" <kasparguy@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Eb clarinet repertoire (was: Crystal mouthpieces)
Date: Sun, 12 May 2002 12:48:10 -0400

My favorite work for bass clarinet is the Othmar Schoeck Sonata. It's got
some difficult ensemble parts in it. And alot of accidentals make it a bit
hard to read at first. Both Henri Bok and Renate Rusche have recorded the
Schoeck. (Probably some others have as well, but those are the two
recordings i have).

As for Eb rep. The Bolcom as mentioned earlier. Sean Osborne has a sonata
for Eb available. You could do the Cavalini variations on Carneval of
Venice. James Scott Balentine wrote a short 4 movement work
for Bob Walzel each movement on a different clarinet (Eb, Bb, A, Bass, in
that order). There are some difficult licks in that piece. And there's a
movement almost entirely of tremolos (which are hard to read because of a
poor layout).

Daniel

on 5/9/02 4:52 AM, Laura Dudley wrote:

>Can anyone help me? I am trying to find a recital peice for Eb or Bass
>clarinet. I don't really know the repetoire. Anyone got any ideas? It's
for
>my degree programme so it has to be fairly impressive.

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