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 Fruhling Trio - Clarinet, cello & Piano
Author: kev182 
Date:   2010-06-07 04:50


I was wondering whether anyone here has played this wonderful piece? I would really like to get the music but am not sure where or even if it is available. Does anyone know?

Thank you so much,

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 Re: Fruhling Trio - Clarinet, cello & Piano
Author: Noqu 
Date:   2010-06-07 09:36

Carl Frühling
Trio in A minor, op. 40, for clarinet, cello and piano
Google search found http://www.editionsilvertrust.com/fruhling-trio-Op.40.htm

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 Re: Fruhling Trio - Clarinet, cello & Piano
Author: Jack Kissinger 
Date:   2010-06-07 14:12


I got my copy here:


Click on "Trios" under "Rosewood Facsimile Editions."

To order, go to their main page, click "Contact Us" and fill in their e-mail form. As I recall, they actually have a distributor in the U.S. and they will give you contact information. Also, as I recall, they sent me the music I ordered immediately and billed me -- I didn't have to pay in advance.

GBP 8.4 is just a little over $US 12 so their price is, IMO, amazing. The copy was clean and very nicely done and included both the clarinet (in A) part and the alternate violin part. Rosewood has some other interesting items in its catalog, most, if not all, at reasonable prices. Note, though, that many of the older items they have for sale are available for free at IMSLP. Frankly, I'm surprised the Fruhling hasn't made it there.

Speaking of IMSLP, if you like the Fruhling trio, check out the Fuchs clarinet quintet, now free at IMSLP.

Best regards,

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 Re: Fruhling Trio - Clarinet, cello & Piano
Author: tsmith 
Date:   2010-06-11 01:35

I had the pleasure of playing the first three movements of the Fruhling Trio in a recital several years ago; I was able to get the music shortly after the Michael Collins CD was released (I assume this is also where you heard the work), but I don't recall from where. It was a facsimile edition.

This trio was just as much fun to play as it was to hear in the wonderful CD performance, and it is clear that Fruhling had a great understanding of the clarinet. I'ts too bad that his music is unknown, and that apparently likely to stay that way since most of it has been lost.

I hope you get to play it!

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 Re: Fruhling Trio - Clarinet, cello & Piano
Author: grifffinity 
Date:   2010-06-11 06:05

I played it on my Senior recital back in 2003. My cellist friend cornered Steven Isserlis backstage at BSO after a concert to find out the publisher. Definately a UK publisher and she paid over $50USD at the time. The new price is appealing!

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