Music for Clarinet

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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by arglmann » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:40 am

Hello, dear everyone,

could someone please provide me with some information about the Bärmann Clarinet Concerto "Military" op. 6:
I know it is available on IMSLP, but my question is: how could it be transformed to a black and white scan?

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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Alex
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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by caostotale » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:14 pm

A later work by Milhaud:

Darius MILHAUD
Duo Concertante, for clarinet and piano, op. 351 (1956)
Milhaud - Duo Concertante, for clarinet and piano (1956).pdf
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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by lito valle » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:40 am

Martinu
Sonatina cl. and piano
(piano score only)
(publ. 1957)
(nms)

Clarinet part
Martinu - Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano (Clarinet in Bb).pdf
Martinu - Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano.pdf
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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by caostotale » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:42 am

Thanks for the Martinu. It's a lovely work.

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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by rob » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:49 am

caostotale wrote:Thanks for the Martinu. It's a lovely work.
I echo this sentiment. Although Martinu probably wrote far too much (although not as much as Milhaud) most of his pieces make me smile, and there are many works of his that I adore.

Thank you also C(h)aos for the Milhaud and the other scores you've just posted - all great contributions.

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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by caostotale » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:47 am

rob wrote: I echo this sentiment. Although Martinu probably wrote far too much (although not as much as Milhaud) most of his pieces make me smile, and there are many works of his that I adore.

Thank you also C(h)aos for the Milhaud and the other scores you've just posted - all great contributions.
You're quite welcome. If my posts don't betray it, I'm actually mostly attuned to straightforward and workman-like composers such as Milhaud, Martinu, Villa Lobos, Holmboe, Bentzon, Vainberg, Golobev, Diamond, etc... and much prefer the positive atmosphere their work represents compared to that of any of the more monolithic and tortured realms of classical music (high romantics, minimalists, and a ton of avant-garde composers come to mind). Looking over the output from the twentieth century in retrospect, there's most definitely something to say for composers who weren't fumbling about trying to make their music match the speed of technology or otherwise attempting to make their music meet an increasingly-vulgar civilization halfway.

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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by lito valle » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:59 am

Works by Eugène Bozza
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Bozza, E. - Aria - clar. part.pdf
Bozza, E. - Aria (cl. & pno.).pdf
Bozza - Prélude et divertissement - pno. et basson (ou sax. ou clar.).pdf
Bozza, E. - Sonatine pour quatre clarinettes inégales.pdf
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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by rob » Fri Oct 05, 2012 5:06 am

caostotale wrote:
rob wrote: I echo this sentiment. Although Martinu probably wrote far too much (although not as much as Milhaud) most of his pieces make me smile, and there are many works of his that I adore.

Thank you also C(h)aos for the Milhaud and the other scores you've just posted - all great contributions.
You're quite welcome. If my posts don't betray it, I'm actually mostly attuned to straightforward and workman-like composers such as Milhaud, Martinu, Villa Lobos, Holmboe, Bentzon, Vainberg, Golobev, Diamond, etc... and much prefer the positive atmosphere their work represents compared to that of any of the more monolithic and tortured realms of classical music (high romantics, minimalists, and a ton of avant-garde composers come to mind). Looking over the output from the twentieth century in retrospect, there's most definitely something to say for composers who weren't fumbling about trying to make their music match the speed of technology or otherwise attempting to make their music meet an increasingly-vulgar civilization halfway.
I wish we had a 'like' button. I like these sentiments too - although I like these composers in addition to your other categories. However I think Martinu at his very best is actually quite extraordinary. I also like composers who plough their own furrow so to speak, regardless of fashion - and I think composers such as Holmboe fall into that category - and in the same breath I would mention Valen, Rosenberg and Frank Martin - sources of the most beautifully crafted music anyone has produced.

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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by Generoso » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:09 pm

Does anyone have the Terzettino dal Trovatore di Verdi concertata for Clarinet, Cello and Piano
by Domenico Liverani?

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Re: Music for Clarinet

Post by caostotale » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:17 am

Some Soviet-era works for clarinet and piano:

Herman Grigoryevich OKUNEV
Scherzino
Okunev - Scherzino, for clarinet and piano.pdf
Yury Mikhailovich SLONOV (bio and many MP3 songs at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D869 )
Pieces (4); 1. Sad Song, 2. Mazurka, 3. Etude, 4. Waltz
Slonov - Pieces (4), for clarinet and piano.pdf
Boris Ivanovich KARAKHAN (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... RJ0CLEbj3g )
Pieces (2); 1. On the Steppe (Kalmyk), 2. Breeze (Moldovan)
Karakhan - Pieces (2), for clarinet and piano.pdf
Nabi Sadykovich DAGIROV (Dagestan)
Theme and Variations
Dagirov - Theme and Variations, for clarinet and piano.pdf
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