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 Trios with Strings
Author: concertmaster3 
Date:   2010-06-19 05:16

Hi.

My string trio wants to perform some rep with me on wind instruments, so we're trying to find some more pieces (that aren't too terribly difficult) for Clarinet (or Oboe, Flute, Bassoon or even Sax), Viola and Cello. We're currently working on the trio by Emil Herold, and arranging the Violin part of Bertold Hummel's Capriccio for Clarinet. Any ideas?

Thanks!

Ron Ford
Woodwind Specialist
Performer/Teacher/Arranger
http://www.RonFordMusic.com

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 Re: Trios with Strings
Author: Sarah Elbaz 
Date:   2010-06-19 10:30

Double reed and violin professor! I'm impressed.

There are 3 trios by Hyden- for Clarinet D'amore (A), violin and cello. Not very difficult and very good music.

Sarah

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 Re: Trios with Strings
Author: Simon Aldrich 
Date:   2010-06-19 13:09

A good piece for this combination (cl, viola and cello) is
the trio by Anton Polzelli, who is suspected of being
a son Haydn had with an Italian soprano by the name of Polzelli.
Speaking of Haydn, I just played the three Haydn trios mentioned
by Sarah above (for cl, violin and cello). They are indeed for clarinet d'amore but in Bb, not A. They can be played on regular Bb. Also they are now considered to have been written by someone other than Haydn. If you play them you will see why. They are not strong nor coherent works, but might be somewhat charming in a concert of light music.
Simon

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 Re: Trios with Strings
Author: Katrina 
Date:   2010-06-19 17:22

Isn't there a Beethoven Trio for Flute, Viola, and Cello?

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 Re: Trios with Strings
Author: concertmaster3 
Date:   2010-06-20 01:24

The Beethoven is actually Flute, Violin Viola. I'll look into the Hadyn/Polzelli! Keep throwing ideas if you have them. Thanks!

Ron Ford
Woodwind Specialist
Performer/Teacher/Arranger
http://www.RonFordMusic.com

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 Re: Trios with Strings
Author: Simon Aldrich 
Date:   2010-06-20 05:21

Two more classical-era pieces for your combination of clarinet, viola and cello came to mind:
Johann Nepomuk Fuchs' Trio in D major (therefore for A clarinet)
and Rodolphe Kreutzer's Trio in F major (therefore for Bb clarinet)

Simon

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