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 bass clarinet excerpts
Author: Richard Salzman 
Date:   2006-06-21 22:13

I'm trying to find bc excrpts for Strauss,Wagner etc. Googling giving me a headache.Help!

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 Re: bass clarinet excerpts
Author: GBK 
Date:   2006-06-21 22:38

The excerpts series books listed below should have what you need:

Orchester Probespiel - Test Pieces for Orchestral Auditions Clarinet edited by Heinz Hepp and Albert Rohde.

Difficult Passages and Solos for Clarinet and Bass Clarinet - Book 1 and Book 2 edited by Alamiro Giampieri

Symphonic Repertoire for the Bass Clarinet - Volume One and Volume Two by Michael Drapkin


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 Re: bass clarinet excerpts
Author: LarryBocaner 2017
Date:   2006-06-22 00:04

Wagner/Hinze: Orchestral Excerpts for Clarinet: published by International.
Generous portions of clarinet and bass clarinet stuff from the "Ring" operas as well as Tristan, Lohengrin, etc. Great for learning your bass clef "A" transposition skills.

Strauss/Bartholomey: Orchestral Studies from Symphonic Works. Book III has Eb and Bass Clarinet extensive exerpts from all the tone poems (Till, Don Quixote, Death and Transfiguration, Heldenleben, Zarathustra etc.) Originally published by Peters; available in a International reprint, too.

I use both of these books in my bass clarinet teaching.

Luyben's website shows both of these in stock.

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 Re: bass clarinet excerpts
Author: Terry Stibal 
Date:   2006-06-22 04:47

Ditto on Luyben...Anne seems to make it a point to keep this sort of thing in stock.

leader of Houston's Sounds Of The South Dance Orchestra

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 Re: bass clarinet excerpts
Author: pmgoff78 
Date:   2006-06-22 21:48

Luyben is the place for all your Clarinet music needs...IMHO

You vitually have to have every book mentioned so far to cover the entire gambit of excerpts.

Don't forget to buy parts though....some music (ex. Stravinsky) is not really excerpted anywhere. Even so, the parts are fun to practice!

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 Re: bass clarinet excerpts
Author: Richard Salzman 
Date:   2006-06-24 23:07

thanks all. luybens is the place. i had a great chat with annette about clarinets ,the weather and california wines. i will be sure to look her up if i make it to atlanta this august.

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 Re: bass clarinet excerpts
Author: Ken Lagace 
Date:   2019-08-08 16:45

How about The Clarinet Institute?
There is a huge library of clarinet parts.


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 Re: bass clarinet excerpts
Author: Ed Palanker 
Date:   2019-08-08 16:55

I agree with Larry. I've owned the Strauss and Wagner all my life, Added the Drapkins as they came out.

ESP eddiesclarinet.com

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