Music for Clarinet

Small instrumental groups with or without piano
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Massenet's Clarinet Quintet - why has it taken me
so long to discover its existence? FS anyone?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4uBUVgQqp8
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Timtin wrote:Massenet's Clarinet Quintet - why has it taken me
so long to discover its existence? FS anyone?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4uBUVgQqp8

Probably because it was written by Giacomo Meyerbeer. :D
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Oops - senior moment - but then I do mentally bracket them together! :oops:
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Timtin wrote:Oops - senior moment - but then I do mentally bracket them together! :oops:
A quick look in Worldcat only shows a Barenreiter edition from 2001.
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Thank you Jim - it's a lovely work!
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If, like me, you have a big admiration for the music of
Zemlinsky, this link might be of interest, regarding his
unfinished Clarinet Quartet.
http://www.clarinet.org/clarinetFestArc ... archive=36
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Vasily Kalinnikov
Chanson Triste, for Piano and Clarinet
- Arranged by S.Beileson
Kalinnikov V - Chanson Triste.pdf
(From notorious 'Russian State Library')
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Bio for this composer:
https://translate.google.com/translate? ... rev=search

Solomon Moiseyevich LOBEL (Moldova)
Clarinet Sonata no. 2 (1973 pub.)
Lobel - Clarinet Sonata no. 2 (1973 pub.).pdf
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Nikolai Petrovich RAKOV
Works (3), arr. for clarinet and piano (pub. 1989)

includes:
- Clarinet Concerto (1986)
- Fantasia
- Vocalise
Rakov - Works (3), arr. for clarinet and piano (pub. 1989).pdf
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I may be mistaken, but I seem to recall hearing Rakov described as a sort of 'Russian (or Soviet) Poulenc'. If I'm remembering this correctly, it's fitting that he composed a number of sonatas for woodwind and piano (i.e. see also, the threads on flute and oboe works):

Nikolai Petrovich RAKOV
Clarinet Sonatas nos. 1 & 2 (1956, 1975)
Rakov - Clarinet Sonatas nos. 1 & 2 (1956, 1975).pdf
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