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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000848.txt from 2004/10

From: "Keith" <100012.1302@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Mozart, Don Giovanni, and Tony Pay
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 10:13:36 -0400


Tony

There is (at least) one other concerto written for the basset clarinet (or
clarinet with a few extra notes..), by Sussmayr. It is a completion,
recently published (I don't have the copy to hand as I am out of the
country). But Sussmayr is the last person to object to completions, isn't
he?

Re supporting the instrument. As I recollect, the engraving of Stadler at
Riga shows him just holding it without support. Dan? I could not do this
with my modern basset clarinet; the wood is heavier and the the keywork much
heavier. I use a sling with a chest support.

Keith Bowen

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> Subject: Re: [kl] Mozart, Don Giovanni, and Tony Pay
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> If the *bassett* came first, then where is the bassett`s other music,
> the repertoire, for this instrument? Stadler must have invested some
> pennies into it`s design and manufacture. He would have wanted more
> than just one piece of music to help him recoup his investment. He was
> after all a skin-flint - he didn`t pay Mozart for the concerto.

> Tony W.
>
>

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