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    Rondo-krommer Clarinet..

    Final movement from Concerto for 2 clarinets and orchestra;
    written for small wind ensemblle.
    This is at break-neck speed, but what a ride.

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    Re: Rondo-krommer Clarinet..

    My my oh my what finger's this guy has! I'll ask my brother if he'd play it at this speed for me! (Clarinet major at Northwestern -Master's in performance) This will make him work on his 'chops'! Nicely done! I especially like how you got the sound of the clarinet cross fingerings - May I ask how you did that?

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    Re: Rondo-krommer Clarinet..

    I thiink the secrets are what the Composer wrote into the piece.
    They remind me of a solo instrument who plays alone but sound
    like two instruments.
    In the GPO I used solo clarinet for both parts, al†hough they didn't
    come out at the same level of projection.
    Al†hough Krommer was German, I think it has the nature(?)
    of Italian works like Rossinni's BARBER OF SEVILLE.
    It took a long †ime to write these pieces using a mouse, but
    I was continuously motivatede to finish because of the promise
    of this work.

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    Re: Rondo-krommer Clarinet..

    You know, I never thought about it much; but it
    does have something of an Italian feel to it, now
    that you mention it.

    Nice job on this. Some of those wing-flaps in the
    clarinets came out really nice (tricky)... and a good
    sound, overall.

    Best,

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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