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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000240.txt from 2004/08

From: Gary Van Cott <gary@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] K622
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 13:40:09 -0400

Unfortunately, the Etheridge book is not currently available. One of our
customers at ClarinetFest in 2003 discovered that there was a blank page
and the publisher has not reprinted it. Eventually there is going to be a
new version.

One alternative would be:

C016: Clarinet Master Class by Allen Sigel. SHALL-u-mo Publications, SB, 78
pages. The clarinet teacher and former principal of the Buffalo
Philharmonic has created master lessons and etudes based on six solo works
by Mozart (Concerto K. 622) , Weber (Concertino and Concerto No. 2), Spohr
Concertos No. 1 and No. 2), and Brahms (Sonata in F Minor Op. 120, No. 1).
Lessons include such topics as stylistic features, ensemble problems,
musical and technical problems, dynamics, etc. The author provides
recommended fingerings throughout the text. $24.95

And for the historical context (Dan mentions this in The Mozart Forgeries) is:

C030: Mozart: Clarinet Concerto (Cambridge Music Handbooks) by Colin
Lawson. Cambridge University Press, PB, 111 pages. There are a number of
special problems surrounding the Mozart clarinet concerto since the
autograph has been lost and the unique instrument for which it was written
has not survived. This text presents a wealth of background information, an
analysis of the concerto, and as well as details of surviving relevant
instruments. $18.95

Gary
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At 10:01 AM 8/9/04, you wrote:
>Buy David Etheridge's book "Mozart's Clarinet Concerto, The
>Clarinetist's View" available from Van Cott's (Woodwind.org) sponsor.
>David provides detailed information about the approaches to the work
>of Hasty, Marcellus, Gigliotti, Wright, Jettel, Delecluse, Brymer, and
>Incenzo.
>

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