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    A Jaunt On Clarinet

    A brief solo for clarinet & piano.

    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=5137881&q=hi

    This next is an extension of themes; a little longer.

    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=5137881&q=hi
    Last edited by garymosse; 03-24-2007 at 01:50 PM. Reason: performance addition

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    Re: A Jaunt On Clarinet

    Enjoyed this! - I did not know where it was going most of the time which is a plus. Keeps me guessing! The piano sounded kind of thin or distant for some reason. The Clarinet was great.

    Some background on how this was played or recorded would be interesting. Liked the quick back and forthing or the piano and clarinet. Ended too quickly or abruptly for my taste.

    Thanks for sharing! - Del
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    Re: A Jaunt On Clarinet

    THANKS DEL,
    This was written for a younger player, albeit a good player
    with opportunities for good tone quality and use of some higher range notes, so the length was shorter than it could be.
    Perhaps I can consider a 2nd & 3rd movement.
    This is a Finale 2007 product using the Recital hall,dynamics and 50% avolume in the mixer.
    I didn't want the piano to dominate the solo, but the piano supported the melody.

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    Re: A Jaunt On Clarinet

    I have made additions to this solo added on my original post
    for those who may have felt it was too short.
    Gary

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    Re: A Jaunt On Clarinet

    While I think some of this might be a little difficult
    -- just a few spots -- for an intermediate player;
    most of it, I would think, would be quite serviceable
    even for a younger musician.

    If anything, I might suggest shortening it; as young
    players tend to be challenged by too many pages!
    Perhaps some concession to more traditional
    musical sense might be in order, too... young ears
    might have difficulty absorbing any intent in the
    wandering nature of the writing.

    My best,


    David
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