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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000348.txt from 2002/06

From: "Stephen C. Moore" <stmoore@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: [kl] Need music suggestions...
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 17:42:52 -0400

Baermann Adagio (the one that says Wagner :) ) would also be an excellent
choice...

Stephen C. Moore stmoore@-----.edu/~stmoore
Technical Assistant, Computer Science Dept., New Mexico State University
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On Tue, 11 Jun 2002, CBA wrote:

> Barb,
>
> Here's a few suggestions...
>
> Mozart "Church Sonatas" (arranged for Bb Clarinet and
> piano/organ) published by Boosey and Hawkes.
>
> Finzi "Five Bagatelles" (also published by Boosey and
> Hawkes) mvts 2,3, and 4 are great before and during
> services, and mvts 1 and 5 are great for after the
> final hymn to get people out of the church.
>
> Tartini "Concertino" (slow mvts) This is a
> transcription of 3 different violin sonatas into this
> concertino arrangement with 4 movements.
>
> Wanhall "Sonata" (slow mvts)
>
> Poulenc "Sonata" (2nd mvt) is really different for
> church, and surprisingly good for either piano or
> organ.
>
> Mozart "Clarinet Concerto" (2nd mvt) if you get the
> Schirmer Bb clarinet arrangement, or have an A
> clarinet to play the standard version.
>
> Schumann "Three Romances" arranged for clarinet and
> piano (originally for oboe and piano.)
>
> If you have an organ that transposes (or an organist
> who transposes...lol,) have them take a hymn down a
> whole step, and play the melody of the hymn. You could
> also transpose the melody up a step if you don't have
> an organ that transposes, and the organist isn't
> versed in transposing.
>
> This technique (one part transposed) would also work
> with a number of inspirational hymns written as solos,
> or a flute or oboe book of hymns or classical pieces
> (things like the Bach/Gounod Ave Maria or the Shubert
> Ave Maria.)
>
> Hope this helps. Drop me a line at
> clarinet10001@-----.
>
> Kelly Abraham
> Woodwinds - New York City
> --- C & B Sabal <jomalu@-----.com> wrote:
> > Having never worked in a music library and having
> > been away from playing in
> > an ensemble for many years, I am not well-versed in
> > classical pieces (or
> > modern, for that matter!). I'm looking for some
> > suggestions on relatively
> > short (5 min or so), peaceful pieces arranged for Bb
> > clar / piano that would
> > be appropriate for preludes to Sunday church
> > services (you know...the time
> > when everybody is getting settled in). They don't
> > have to be classical by
> > any means, as long as they're not distracting.
> >
> > Our choir director isn't a woodwinds player, so I've
> > been asked to keep my
> > ears open for appropriate things. Does anybody have
> > any suggestions?
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Barb
> >
>
>
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