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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000300.txt from 2005/07

From: "dnleeson" <dnleeson@-----.net>
Subj: RE: [kl] Mahler's Symphonies
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 22:39:35 -0400

While David is quite correct about the 3rd clarinet, it is more a
case of bass clarinet doubling on 3rd rather than the other way
round. In addition, there is some A bass clarinet work too. As
I remember, the last time I played Mahler 5, I had a clarinet
store in front of me. B-flat, A, C, E-flat, Bass in B-flat and
Bass in A. I did not own a D clarinet and felt very guilty about
having to transpose. I got a triple fee for the work, but
thought that the bass in A should have counted for another
instrument. I lost. The union did not like my logic.

Dan Leeson
DNLeeson@-----.net

-----Original Message-----
From: David B. Niethamer [mailto:dnietham@-----.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 7:26 PM
To: klarinet@-----.org
Subject: Re: [kl] Mahler's Symphonies

On Jul 25, 2005, at 8:03 PM, Benjamin Maas wrote:

> 4- 4D2,3D1,3,3D1/4300 TIMP PERC HRP STR
> 3rd doubles Bass if I remember correctly (or Bass is separate-
I'm
> not sure the number here is correct. It has been awhile since
I've
> played
> it)
>
Mahler 4 has three clarinet parts. 2nd clarinet doubles Eb. 3rd
doubles
bass clarinet.

DN

David B. Niethamer
dnietham@-----.edu
http://members.aol.com/dbnclar1/index.html

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