Clarinet Concerto in F Minor, Op. 5
Clarinet with Piano Reduction
by Bernhard Henrik Crusell
Clarinet Solo - Sheet Music

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Wind Instruments Clarinet; Piano Accompaniment (Clarinet and Piano)

SKU: HL.51481209

Clarinet with Piano Reduction. Composed by Bernhard Henrik Crusell. Edited by Johannes Umbreit and Nicolai Pfeffer. Arranged by Johannes Umbreit. Sheet Music. Paperbound. Henle Music Folios. With additional Clarinet part in B. Piano reduction by Johannes Umbreit. Classical. Softcover. 48 pages. G. Henle #HN1209. Published by G. Henle (HL.51481209).

ISBN 9790201812090. UPC: 888680077013. 9.25x12.25x0.165 inches.

The Swedish composer Bernhard Henrik Crusell was long viewed as an insider tip among clarinettists; in the meantime, his concertos have found their way to the concert stage. This is hardly surprising considering the enchanting music with which Crusell - himself aclarinet virtuoso of international rank - has enriched the early romantic repertoire. Crusell's works needn't shy from a comparison with Weber's and Spohr's clarinet output. This Urtext edition of the F minor concerto marks the beginning of a new publication series of all three clarinet concertos by Crusell which has been entrusted to the editor and clarinetist Nicolai Pfeffer. Since he combines editorial experience with many years of performance practice, the works are in the best possible hands.

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