Klarinet Archive - Posting 000083.txt from 2010/12
From: Georg.Kuehner@-----.de (=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Georg_K=FChner?=)
Subj: Re: [kl] YouTube Symphony Competition - Clarinets
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2010 06:46:20 -0500
There were a lot more people to attend on youtube.
Much better tone quality and playing than most of the people you can
Am 12.12.2010 um 22:52 schrieb Dan Leeson:
> I listened to every one, and was startled to hear that the sound
> varied considerably, in some cases giving a very unsatisfactory
> quality to
> the clarinet player's sound.
> The bass clarinet competition has the Russian dance section of the
> Nutcracker. It is scored for bass clarinet in A. It's rather
> difficult on a
> B-flat bass, but all of them played it accurately. I wonder if they
> did not transpose. They are playing alone and who would know? That
> caused me to raise my eyebrow when the clarinet players started with
> Mozart concerto and then followed with a Rimsky-Korsakov excerpt and
> the Mendelssohn scherzo from the Midsummer Night's dream, all without
> changing clarinets, which says that some of the pieces were played
> in the
> wrong key or else the players were transposing (which I doubt).
> Dan Leeson
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