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Clarinet Cameos - Classic Concert Pieces: Orchestra And Solo

Instrumental Album | Sheet Music and Books

PUBLISHER: Music Minus One
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Album
Performed by Anton Hollich, clarinet Accompaniment: Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Emil Kahn This album of magnificent concert-pieces hails from the greatest works in musical history. Includes the finest concert pieces, beautifully arranged for clarinet and orchestra, ranging from Bach's
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Publisher Music Minus One
Product Format Instrumental Album
Genre Concert Piece
Year of Publication 2006
Style Classical
ISBN 9781596156807
UPC 884088161132
Instrumentation Orchestra And Solo
No. HL00400106
Number of pages 24
Series Music Minus One
Description
Performed by Anton Hollich, clarinet Accompaniment: Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Emil Kahn This album of magnificent concert-pieces hails from the greatest works in musical history. Includes the finest concert pieces, beautifully arranged for clarinet and orchestra, ranging from Bach's masterful 'Air on a G String' to the long, romantic melodic lines of the Berceuse from 'Jocelyn,' or Beethoven's sprightly Minuet in G. The nine pieces presented in this MMO edition, intended for instrumentalists of intermediate-to-advanced level, are material that any clarinetist will cherish forever. Virtuoso clarinetist Anton Hollich performs these masterpieces with the StuttgartSymphony Orchestra, then you take center-stage under the baton of Maestro Emil Kahn. An exciting and rewarding collection for performer and audience alike! Includes a newly engraved, authoritative printed solo part, and a compact disc containing a complete version with soloist, in digitally recorded stereo; then a digital stereo version of the accompaniment, minus the soloist.
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