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Concert works for unaccompanied clarinet comprise a small but significant portion of the repertory for the instrument.
These four young musicians make up one of the country's leading chamber music ensembles and play music which aims to show how versatile and appealing the clarinet can be.
One apparent error can be found on page 48 in Table II, where two Wurlitzer clarinets of different design (an Oehler with auxiliary vents and the Reform Boehm with its single vent) are compared for intonational discrepancies in the overblown twelfths.
While the 1781 Breitkopf catalogue lists Concerto 4 as an oboe concerto, he is aware of both the potential fallibility of such catalogues and that the work was originally printed for clarinet and orchestra.
The Prince of Wales accepted the clarinet on behalf of the Prince's Trust.
coli, Staphylococcus, and a deactivated strain of tuberculosis bacteria to a clarinet.
A lot of the so-called classical repertoire for the clarinet was influenced by Benny Goodman.
Especially useful is the way he specifically demonstrates how manufacturers of other woodwinds expanded their manufacturing efforts to the production of clarinets.
The Czech Clarinet Quartet was founded by students, today graduates of the Prague Music Academy HAMU.
Colin Parr's other party-piece was the rarely-heard Derivations for Clarinets and Dance band by Morton Gould.
It is written for four B-flat clarinets, parts and full score included.
Chris owned several clarinets, including treasured instruments which had once belonged to Joe Darensbourg and Omer Simeon, but in recent years he favoured a boxwood instrument manufactured in this country.
Hanson Clarinets has just been honoured for launching the world's first "green" clarinet.
The eleven sets of Duos for two clarinets by Lefevre (according to Fetis) were composed in the early decades of the nineteenth century during which the popularity of the wind instrument virtuosi in Europe reached its height.
In fact, this chapter is only indirectly about how to play historical clarinets today; instead, it provides an overview of clarinet treatises from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.