Mozart's friendship with Anton Stadler, the clarinettist in Vienna's Royal-Imperial Court Orchestra, led to the composition of Mozart's Clarinet Quintet In A Major. The four-movement piece is arranged for Clarinet, two Violins, Viola, and Violoncello.
Brahms's Clarinet Quintet in B minor, also in four movements, is equally popular and often recorded with Mozart's work.
Professional and amateur musicians alike will appreciate this convenient single-volume publication of these frequently performed quintets. Both scores were reproduced from authoritative sources. Durable but inexpensive, this edition features a sturdy binding that allows pages to remain open on music stands for years of enjoyment.