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 clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: redwine 
Date:   2007-09-18 16:58

Hello,

I'm hosting a brass ensemble at my chamber music series later this season. I wondered if anyone knows of a piece for clarinet solo with brass accompaniment. Thanks!

Ben Redwine, DMA
owner, RJ Music Group
Assistant Professor, The Catholic University of America
Selmer Paris artist
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 Re: clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: marcia 
Date:   2007-09-19 06:28

You mean in the same room at the same time??

Marcia

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 Re: clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: LonDear 
Date:   2007-09-19 13:28

I can't tell if this is a serious request or not.

We once had a flugelhorn player offer to sit-in with our clarinet ensemble. The thought of that took a while to get over.

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 Re: clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: Mark Charette 2017
Date:   2007-09-19 13:40

Etler Concerto - if you can get good percussionists to accompany.

http://www.schirmer.com/Default.aspx?TabId=2420&State_2874=2&workId_2874=27803

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 Re: clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: redwine 
Date:   2007-09-19 13:56

Hello,

Yes, this is serious. I was given one suggestion of an Etler piece, which I'll check out.

Ben Redwine, DMA
owner, RJ Music Group
Assistant Professor, The Catholic University of America
Selmer Paris artist
www.rjmusicgroup.com
www.redwinejazz.com
www.reedwizard.com



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 Re: clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: LonDear 
Date:   2007-09-19 14:19

cm# 534 at http://www.cimarronmusic.com/music-brass-ensemble.cfm

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 Re: clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: S. Friedland 
Date:   2007-09-19 14:22

The Stravinsky Octet comes to mind, having many clarinet solo places, but so too do others....but the brass players will love it.

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 Re: clarinet solo w/brass ensemble
Author: bob49t 
Date:   2007-09-19 19:33

A few years ago I did a couple of guest solo spots at a local brass band concert. Later in the concert I played up front in Errol Gardner's Misty with the band accompanying. It was great fun and seemed to go down really well with the punters. No idea where the music is but I suspect it was arranged by the band master. Anyway there you go.

BobT

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