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2 Sonatines for Clarinet, Op. post. 137 - Richard Stoltzman 21st Century Series for Clarinet Clarinet and P (Bb Clarinet)

transcribed and edited by Richard Stoltzman
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These two Sonatines composed by Schubert in March of 1816 receive relatively little attention from violinists, Richard Stoltzman thankfully decided to transcribe them for the clarinet.

The felicitous and satisfying quality of the works is perfect for the clarinet as they are full of memorable melodies contained in a formal claity, that is nevertheless full of harmonic surprises.

This edition includes a CD recording of Richard Stoltzman and the pianist Richard Goode performing them. This is a world premiere edition never before published.

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Publisher: Lauren Keiser Music Publishing (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 00042593
Northwest Product Number: 106-2019-10-008

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