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B-Flat version of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto composed in 1791.
This concerto, originally composed by Domenico Cimarosa for Oboe and Strings, has been arranged for oboe or clarinet and piano reduction by Arthur Benjamin.
In late 1791 Mozart wrote his famous work the Concerto for “Bassettklarinette” and Orchestra K.622, known today as his Clarinet Concerto. The challenging virtuoso piece was written for Anton Stadler, and the music follows the three-part structure of Allegro, Adagio and a Rondo finale.
This delightful little work is a free arrangement of movements taken from two of Tartini’s sonatas for Violin, arranged for Clarinet and String Orchestra by Gordon Jacob.
These Fantasiestucke were originally written for clarinet and piano; Schumann himself later made arrangements of this work for cello and for violin.