Xavier Lefevre: Five Sonatas For Clarinet And Piano


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Clarinet, Piano Accompaniment (CLT/PFA)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Xavier Lefevre
Catalogue #: 3575515
ISBN: 9780193575516
This Item Earns 30 Musicroom Points

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Five sonatas originally written in 1802 by Lefevre for his Method De Clarinette, a tutorial method that was adopted by the Paris Conservatoire as the standard tutor for the clarinet for many years. For Clarinet with Piano Accompaniment.



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Sonata No.1
Sonata No.2 [Keller, Godfrey]
Sonata No.3
Sonata No.4
Sonata No.5

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Customer Rating This music is suitable for musicians who are of grade 4-6 standard. The music is not too challenging, and makes good study material for teaching newer clarinet players ornamentation such as trills and turns. The pieces include a good range of notes, and are interesting and enjoyable to play.
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Sales Rank: Not specified
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Format: Instrumental Album
Length: 60 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Editor: Paul Harris; John Davies

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