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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000203.txt from 2003/06

From: Dan Leeson <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Mozart Duets?
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 22:10:31 -0400

Jesse Rogers wrote:

> *****
> Dan, there is no Koechel listing, in fact, the ad on the back cover
> lists the Clarinet Concerto as Opus 107 and the Kegelstatt is listed
> only as trio # 7.
> I have vol. II with 3 of the six duos.
> Duo 4 begins in C Maj (written), 4/4, Allegro - 2nd mvmt in F Maj, 3/4,
> Andante Sostenuto - 3rd mvmt C Maj, 2/2, Rondo Allegro. Duo 5 has two
> movements, it begins in C Maj, 4/4, Allegro Agitato - C Maj, 2/4 Presto
> Assai. Duo 6 is also in two movements, C Maj, 4/4, Allegro maestoso -
> Thema con vaiationi, C Maj 4/4 Andantino with five variations. This may
> not be much to go on, I asked because after playing two movements for
> the first time last night, both of us thought they sounded strange.
> Thanks,
> Jesse Rogers
I believe them to be arrangements of sonatas for violin and piano. The
opus numbers no longer have any meaning and probably date from somebody
giving a bunch of opus numbers to Mozart's music ca. 1850. There are a
variety of instrumentations available for those duets including flute
and clarinet, and bassoon and clarinet. One thing for sure. Mozart's
did not arrange them.


**Dan Leeson **
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