The piccolo clarinet in D is the clarinet for which Richard Strauss wrote the main motive of his famous tone poem Till Eulenspiegel, and it also notably appears in the symphonies of Mahler and
Johann Melchior Molter achieved particular notoriety for his writing for unusual instruments, such as the chalumeau, the flauto d' amore, the flauto cornetto, and the harp. The clarinet was at the time a
One of the most popular works in the classical concert repertoire, now available for clarinet in A with an additional basset clarinet part.
Through the collection Famous Transcriptions, the intent is to recall the most interesting and creative arrangements of Chopin's music made over the last hundred and fifty years. In restoring
Edited by Federico Kurtz de Grino. For clarinet & piano. Five movement work. Score, 27 p. and part.
This lyrical work for clarinet allows for great expressive playing with engaging melodic ideas against contemporary harmony.
Bring the old world charm of the Viennese ballroom to your next clarinet recital. These charming and sentimental melodies are sensitively transcribed by clarinet master Gustave Langenus, and by Erik
The Rondo movement from Ludwig van Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata (No. 8, Op. 13) is one of the most beautiful, expressive and exciting pieces of all time. These Grade 4+ editions are ideal
Soloists will love this setting of Georges Bizet's fiery prelude from "Carmen." Perfect as an encore, it's guaranteed to thrill audiences of all ages everywhere!
A lovely theme and several variations to showcase both the lyrical and rhythmic capabilities of the clarinet. An ossia or alternate part is included for Variation No. 3 that provides an option for more
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