Music for Clarinet with Strings
(with or without piano)

(Updated 17 April 2014)


This page has music for clarinet and string instrument(s) including guitar (some pieces include piano). Most music for clarinet with string orchestras is on the Clarinet and Piano page as piano reductions. Items are in alphabetical order by composer on this page. For chamber music with more than one woodwind see the Woodwind page.

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C1574: Clarinet Methods, Studies & Ensembles. CD Sheet Music LLC, 2010. This collection makes available eight essential clarinet methods, studies and exercises, as well as over 30 works for clarinet with instruments including duos, trios and quartets by 20 familiar and lesser known composers from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Scores and parts are included for many ensemble works. There are a number of works for clarinet and strings on this CD.
Methods, Studies & Exercises include: Baermann (Complete Method for Clarinet, Op. 63); Klosé (Conservatory Method, 25 Daily Exercises, 30 Studies after Augmont); Langenus (Complete Method for Clarinet); Rose (32 Etudes for Clarinet).
Ensembles include: Amberg (Fantasiestücke, Suite for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet & Piano); Beethoven (Quintet for Piano and Winds); Brahms (Quintet for Clarinet & Strings, Trio for Clarinet, Cello & Piano); Bruch (8 Piece for Clarinet, Cello & Piano); Cavallini (Rêverie Russe for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano); d'Indy (Trio for Piano, Clarinet, and Cello); Fibich (Quintet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Horn, & Piano); Glinka (Trio Pathétique, for Clarinet, Cello, & Piano); Hummel (Serenade No. 1 for Flute, Clarinet, Viola, & Cello); Liadov (8 Russian Folk Dances); Mozart (Twelve Minuets for 2 Clarinets or Basset Horns, Five Divertimenti for 2 Clarinets & Bassoon, Quintet for Clarinet & Strings, Quintet for Piano & Winds, Trio for Clarinet, Viola & Piano); Ravel (Introduction & Allegro); Reger (Quintet for Clarinet & Strings); Rimsky-Korsakov (Quintet for Piano & Winds); Saint-Saëns (Tarantella for Flute, Clarinet & Piano); Schubert (Der Hirt auf dem Felsen); Schumann (Märchenerzählungen, for Clarinet, Viola & Piano); Spohr (Fantasy & Variations); Titl (Serenade for Violin, Clarinet & Piano); Zemlinsky (Trio for Clarinet, Violin & Cello). Also includes composer biographies and relevant articles from the 1911 edition of Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians.
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19.95
C1147: Suite for Trio (Violin, Clarinet and Piano) by Alexander Arutiunian. Zen-on Music, 1994, SS, includes piano score and parts. Alexander Arutiunian (1920-) is an Armenian born composer and pianist. This work was commissioned by the Verdehr Trio in 1992. It is in three movements: I. Introduction (Lento), II. Scherzo (Allegretto), III. Dialog (Adagio), and IV. Final (Allegro non troppo). The second movement was originally written for clarinet in A and that part is also included. College level with a duration of about 14 minutes.
Armenian Chmber Music - Joaquin Valdepenas
36.95
C378: Baermann Concerto (Quintet) for Clarinet in E-flat major Op. 23 String parts by Heinrich Baermann edited by Harald Strebel. Schott, 1986, SS. These are the string quartet parts for the Baermann Concerto (Quartet). In three movements: Allegro non troppo, Adagio, and Rondo. The matching clarinet part is in the piano reduction. Parts (strings and two optional horns in E-flat) and a score for the orchestral version are also available. Contact us for details.
Clarinet Virtuosi of the Past: Heinrich Baermann - SoamesWeber/Baermann - James CampbellJože Kotar Klarinet/Clarinet/Klarinette
19.95
C515: Contrasts for violin, clarinet, and piano by Béla Bartók edited by Nelson Dellamaggiore and Peter Bartók. Boosey & Hawkes, 1942 (corrected edition 2002), SS. Written for and dedicated to Benny Goodman and Joseph Szigeti who premiered and recorded the work with the composer. Calls for clarinets in A and B-flat. Three movements: Verbunkos, Pihenö, and Sebes. It is one of best works in the repertoire for this combination of instruments and requires a high degree of virtuosity. Musically, the work has a very strong Hungarian flavor. The edition includes a preface by Peter Bartók and notes on the editing in English, German, and French.
Benny Goodman Collector’s EditionMichele Zukovsky 'Live'Clarinet Concert No. 5 - Harold Wright20th Century Clarinet Trios
49.95
C334: Beethoven Clarinet Trios Op. 11 and Op. 38 by Ludwig van Beethoven. Henle, 1981, PB. Includes performance parts for clarinet in B-flat, the alternate violin part, the violoncello part, and the piano part which includes the other parts in the score. Op. 11 was written in 1798 and Op 38 (which was based on the septet Op. 20) was completed in 1802/03.
The Art of the Clarinet - SchmidlClarinet Trios -  KlöckerBeethoven - Rees Clarinet Trio: Vlad Weverbergh clarinet
50.95
C1383: Beethoven Clarinet Trio in B-flat Major Op. 11 by Ludwig van Beethoven edited by Isidor Philipp. International Music, 1952, SS. Includes performance parts for clarinet in B-flat, the alternate violin part, the violoncello part, and piano score.
The Art of the Clarinet - SchmidlClarinet Trios - KlöckerBeethoven - Rees Clarinet Trio: Vlad Weverbergh clarinetJonathan Cohler & Claremont Trio
19.75
C1384: Beethoven Clarinet Trio in E-flat Major Op. 38 by Ludwig van Beethoven. International Music, SS. Includes performance parts for clarinet in B-flat, the alternate violin part, the violoncello part, and piano score. This piece was transcribed by the composer from his Septet Op. 20.
Beethoven - Rees Clarinet Trio: Vlad Weverbergh clarinet
23.95
C858: Clarinet Quintet by Richard Rodney Bennett. Novello, 1992, SS, parts only. Richard Rodney Bennett (1936-2012) was one of the leading English composers of recent times. This work. written for the Warwick Festival in 1992, is in four movements: I. Con moto, II. Presto, III. Romanza (Adagio), and IV. Vivo e ritmico. Upper college level with a duration of about 17 minutes. You can read a full description of the quintet here.
Richard Rodney Bennett -  Victoria Soames
59.95

C2059: Variations on an Octatonic Scale for clarinet and cello by Leonard Bernstein. Boosey & Hawkes, 2013, SS, 10 pages (score format). Previously unpublished, Bernstein's Variations on an Octatonic Scale was originally composed for recorder and cello in 1988-89 in Key West. This is a transcription for clarinet in B-flat and cello. There is a theme, four variations, and a coda. Early college level with a duration of 6 minutes.
9.95

C1814: Carmen arranged for clarinet, cello and piano by Georges Bizet arranged by Alexandre Ouzounoff. International Music Diffusion, 2010, SS, includes parts and piano score. This arrangement includes the Ouverture, Act 1 Marche et choeur degamins, Act 1 Chanson et duo, Act 2 Couplets, Habanera, Entr'acte No. 3, and Act 2 Chanson gitane. Includes parts for both A and B-flat clarinet (I suggest using both). Early college level. 
32.95

C672: Trio Op 23 for clarinet, cello and piano by Adolphe Blanc. Rosewood, 1999. With alternate parts for violin in place of clarinet and bass clarinet, basset horn or viola in place of cello. Adolphe Blanc (1828-1885) was a French composer who was an especially prolific composer of chamber music. It is in three movements: I. Allegro ma non troppo, II. Scherzo (Vivace), and III. Andante/Moderato.
25.95

C1069: Duetto for Clarinet, String Bass and Piano by Giovanni Bottesini edited by Thomas Martin. International Music Co., 1999, SS (includes parts and piano score). Giovanni Bottesini (1821-1889) was an Italian musician and composer who was known as "the Paganini of the Double Bass." His father was a clarinetist. This is a virtuoso piece for clarinet and double bass. The piano is in an accompanying role and the part is not difficult. In two movements: I. Allegro/Adagio/Andante and II. Allegro.
P. & G. Bottesini Chamber Music with Clarinet - Magistrell

17.25
S585: Stone Quartet for Soprano Saxophone (or Clarinet), Viola, Cello and Piano by Roger Bourland. E.C. Schirmer, 1989, SS, includes parts and piano score. This two movement piece was written in 1982 and was name for the saxophonist the premiered the work, Richard Paul Stone. The first movement is The Strange Juggler which was inspired by a painting by Odilon Redon. The tempo is presto. The second movement is Dark Chaconne. It has some mixed meter and in the second part of the piece the strings play 32nd note arpeggios. College level with a duration of 9 minutes. This piece won awards as the Best New Music of 1982 in Boston. There are some samples here which do not necessarily start from the beginning of the piece.
25.20
S586: Three Dark Paintings for Soprano Saxophone (or Clarinet), Viola and Cello by Roger Bourland. E.C. Schirmer, 1989, 3 copies of the music in score format. This piece was written 1981. The movements are: I. Spanish Black (Doloroso). II. Eyes in the Heat II (Rapidly), III Red Black Widow. This is a challenging piece, especially the second movement which has many rapid figures. Duration 12 minutes. There are some samples here which do not necessarily start from the beginning of the piece.
17.35

C599: Phantasy Quintet Op. 93 for bass clarinet and string quartet by York Bowen. Emerson Edition, 1954. Bowen (1884-1961) was an English composer and professor of piano at the Royal Academy of Music. This piece was written sometime between 1933 and 1936 as an entry in a competition. It is in three movements: Allegro moderato (with many tempo changes); Allegro con spirito, non troppo; and Allegro moderato ma più tranquillo. Low E is the lowest bass clarinet note. Includes a score and parts. This is an advanced college or professional work. Duration about 14 minutes.
Twelve by the Moon-dial - Riverdale Ensemble
54.95
C329: Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor Op. 115 (Parts) by Johannes Brahms edited by Andrea Massimo Grassi. Henle, 2000, SS. Performance parts for clarinet in A and string quartet. This outstanding edition includes an informative preface and detailed comments on the editing including the sources and musical examples. All text is in German, English and French. We also have a version arranged for clarinet and piano here.
Brahms Clarinet Trio and Quintet. József BaloghClarinet Chamber and Solo Classics Vol II - DrushlerMozart - Brahms - Luis Rossi clarinetRosario MazzeoBrahms - Larry Combs
C1399: Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor Op. 115 (Score) by Johannes Brahms edited by Andrea Massimo Grassi. Henle, 2000, SS, 65 pages. Since the edition of the parts shown above does not include the score, we have the matching Henle Study Score for those that want it. It also includes the preface and notes.
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62.95


Score
31.95

C360: Brahms Trio for Piano, Clarinet (or Viola) and Violoncello in A minor Op. 114 by Johannes Brahms edited by Monika Steegmann with piano fingering by Hans-Martin Theopold. Henle, 1979, PB. Performance parts for clarinet in A (plus alternate viola part), violoncello, and piano (score). Includes a preface and comments on the editing. All text is in German, English and French.
Trios for Cello, Piano & Clarinet - WestThe Art of the Clarinet - SchmidlBrahms Clarinet Trio and Quintet. József BaloghBrahms -  Martin FröstBrahms - Karl LeisterIn Brahms' Apartment - ValdepenasPnina Salzman Volume 2 Brahms - Yona EttlingerJonathan Cohler & Claremont TrioClarinet Music of Rota and Brahms -  Stanis Smith
34.95
C1810: Brahms Trio for Piano, Clarinet (Violin or Viola) and Violoncello in A minor Op. 114 by Johannes Brahms edited by Georg Schumann. C.F. Peters, SS. Performance parts for clarinet in A (plus alternate violin and viola parts), violoncello, and piano (score).
Trios for Cello, Piano & Clarinet - WestThe Art of the Clarinet - SchmidlBrahms Clarinet Trio and Quintet. József BaloghBrahms - Martin FröstBrahms - Karl LeisterIn Brahms' Apartment - ValdepenasPnina Salzman Volume 2 Brahms - Yona EttlingerJonathan Cohler & Claremont TrioClarinet Music of Rota and Brahms -  Stanis Smith
24.25
C1825: Brahms Trio for Piano, Clarinet (Violin or Viola) and Cello in A minor Op. 114 by Johannes Brahms. International Music Co., SS. Performance parts for clarinet in A (plus alternate violin and viola parts), cello, and piano (score).
Trios for Cello, Piano & Clarinet - WestThe Art of the Clarinet - SchmidlBrahms Clarinet Trio and Quintet. József BaloghBrahms - Martin FröstBrahms - Karl LeisterIn Brahms' Apartment - ValdepenasPnina Salzman Volume 2 Brahms - Yona EttlingerJonathan Cohler & Claremont TrioClarinet Music of Rota and Brahms -  Stanis Smith
23.50
C2028: Brahms Trio for Piano, Clarinet (or Viola) and Violoncello in A minor Op. 114 by Johannes Brahms edited by Christopher Hogwood. Baerenreiter, 2012, SS. A new edition with performance parts for clarinet in A (plus alternate viola part), violoncello, and piano (score). Bärenreiter’s scholarly-critical edition, prepared by Christopher Hogwood, offers a foreword on the trio’s compositional process with comments on performance practice, as well as a comprehensive critical commentary and facsimile excerpts of the manuscript. The text is in English and German.
Trios for Cello, Piano & Clarinet - WestThe Art of the Clarinet - SchmidlBrahms Clarinet Trio and Quintet. József BaloghBrahms - Martin FröstBrahms - Karl LeisterIn Brahms' Apartment - ValdepenasPnina Salzman Volume 2 Brahms - Yona EttlingerJonathan Cohler & Claremont TrioClarinet Music of Rota and Brahms - Stanis Smith
31.95

WW069: Trio in D minor for Oboe (Clarinet), Bassoon (Viola/Bass Clarinet/Basset Horn) and Piano by Alexander Brent-Smith. Rosewood, 2003, (includes piano score and all parts). Alexander Brent-Smith (1889-1950) was a British composer, author, and teacher. This work was first performed in 1943. It is in three movements I. Allegro Moderato, II. Andante, and III. Allegretto. It should be playable by those at the early college level (and adult amateurs).
23.95

C986: Klezmer Music for Clarinet, Viola and Piano by Elissa Brill. Arsis Press, 1994, (includes piano score and parts). Klezmer Music is not a traditional Klezmer piece, but was inspired by and owes much of its structure to this Yiddish folk form. In one movement with alternating slow and fast sections and includes a cadenza played independently and simultaneously by all players. An advanced work with a duration of about 9 minutes.
11.95
C1026: Double Concerto Op. 88 for Clarinet (or Violin), Viola and Piano by Max Bruch. Simrock, 1977. This is a piano reduction of this very popular Bruch work for clarinet in A, viola and orchestra. In three movements: I. Andante con moto, II. Allegro moderato, III. Allegro molto. The violin part is included.
Max Bruch: Clarinet and Viola Music - Steven KanofThe Romantic Clarinet - Sharon KamLuis Rosi Liver PerformancesMendelssohn - Rossini - Bruch.  Ludmila Peterkova clarinet
30.95
C707: Eight Pieces Op 83 Vol. 1 for Clarinet, Viola and Piano (or Violin, Violoncello and Piano) by Max Bruch. Masters Music, SS. This volume contains the first four pieces: I. Andante, II. Allegro con moto, III Andante con moto/Andante, and IV.Allegro agitato. The first three are for clarinet in A and the fourth for clarinet in B-flat. Includes parts for all instruments including alternates.
Clarinet Concert No. 5 - Harold WrightMax Bruch: Clarinet and Viola Music - Steven KanofTrios for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano - Kim Aseltine
16.95
C708: Eight Pieces Op 83 Vol. 2 for Clarinet, Viola and Piano (or Violin, Violoncello and Piano) by Max Bruch. Masters Music, SS. This volume contains the second four pieces: V. Rumänische Melodi (Andante), VI. Nachgesang (Andante con moto), VII. Allegro vivace, ma non troppo and VIII. Moderato. Number VII is for A clarinet and the rest are for B-flat clarinet. Includes parts for all instruments including alternates.
Clarinet Concert No. 5 - Harold WrightMax Bruch: Clarinet and Viola Music - Steven KanofTrios for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano - Kim Aseltine
15.95

C1264: Ständchen for Clarinet, Viola and Guitar by Norbert Burgmüller. Philomele Editions (PE 2021), SS (includes parts and guitar score). This serenade is a short work marked Allegretto and in 6/8. The parts are relatively easy and should be playable by better high school students.
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12.95

C598: Carnovale for clarinet in A and string quartet by Ernesto Cavallini edited by Pamela Weston. Emerson Edition, 2002. This very short (16 bar) clarinet quintet which is the statement of the theme of "O mamma, mamma cara!" from Il Carnevale di Venezia is suggested as a brief encore after performing one of the major clarinet quintets such as the Mozart or Brahms. It is based on a manuscript by Cavallini that may have been prepared as a memento prior to the publication of his Carnival of Venice variations.
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6.95

C939: Quintet for Clarinet in A and String Quartet by Friedrich Cerha. Doblinger, 2005, (parts only). Friedrich Cerha (1926-) is a leading Austrian composer and conductor. This is one of Cerha's most recent compositions and been described as a work that is accessible from the first hearing and highly expressive. In four movements: I. Stürmisch, II. Sehr ruhig, III. Intermezzo, and IV. Energico. An advanced work.

C940: Quintet for Clarinet in A and String Quartet by Friedrich Cerha. Doblinger, 2005, 40 pages. Score.
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39.95


C660: Prelude, Allegro, and Pastoral for B-flat Clarinet and Viola by Rebecca Clarke. Oxford University Press, 2000, SS, 16 pages. Clarke who was born in England in 1886 and died in New York 1979, was one of the finest viola players of her day and also an excellent composer who studied with Stanford. This piece was composed in 1941 and this is the first publication. It is in score format. College level.
Middle Voices - Kelly Burke
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20.50

C1950: Suite, Op. 72, Entre Dos Mundos (Between Two Worlds) for Clarinet in A and Guitar by James Cohn. XLNT Music, 1994, SB, includes clarinet part and guitar score. In five movements: I. Crepúsculo (Twilight) (Andante moderato), II. Canción (de Martin) y Danza (Andante cantabile), III. El Torbellino (The Whirlwind) (Allegretto marcato), IV. Canto de Liberación (Song of Deliverance) (Andante ma con Fuoco), and V. Recuerdos de las Americas (Memories) (Andante con moto). College level.
24.95

C1949: Three Dances Op. 87 for Clarinet (in A and B-flat) and Guitar by James Cohn. XLNT Music, 2005, SB, includes parts and score. Dedicated to Raphael Sanders Jr. and David Galvez. The three movements are 1. Handkerchief Dance (Allegretto con fuoco), 2. Old Mountaineer's Dance (Fast Waltz Tempo), and 3. Viva Mexico! (Allegro vivace). College level.
19.95

C673: Quintet in F-sharp minor Op. 10 for Clarinet in A and String Quartet by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. Breitkopf, 1974, SS, (parts only). Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) was an Afro-British composer, conductor, and professor of music. In four movements: I. Allegro energico, II. Larghetto affettuoso, III. Scherzo, IV. Finale (Allegro agitato).While this was an early work of Coleridge-Taylor, it is well regarded and will be a good addition to the repertoire of college level performers.
English Clarinet Quintests -  Ramon Kireilis
31.95

C853: Sextet for string quartet, clarinet and piano by Aaron Copland. Boosey & Hawkes, 1948, SS, includes piano score and parts. Three movements: Allegro Vivace, Lento, and Finale. The style is similar to the Clarinet Concerto with the strong jazz influence. All parts require good players and the rhythm plays an important part in setting the mood of the fast movements.
64.95

C380: Quartet Op. 2 No. 1 for Clarinet, Violin, Viola, and Violoncello by Bernhard Henrik Crusell. Kunzelmann, 1960, SS. Four movements:  Poco Adagio-Allegro, Romanze (Cantabile), Menuetto (Allegro), and Rondo (Allegro vivace). Prof. Heim wrote that this is music is of high value. The string parts are not as difficult as clarinet part with the strings primarily in an accompaniment role. This is good recital literature for college level performer.
Crusell:Crusell: 3 Clarinet Quartets - VänskäCursell Clarinet Quartets - Lásló HorváthElm - The Crusell Quartet. Else Parker clarinet
18.75

New!C1849: Quartet Op. 4 in C minor for Clarinet, Violin, Viola, and Violoncello by Bernhard Henrik Crusell edited by Fritz Kneusslin. Kunzelmann, 1970, SS. Four movements: Allegro molto agitato, Menuetto-Trio, Pastorale (un poco Allegro), and Rondo (Allegro vivace). Early college level. (Our CDs all list this as Quartet No. 2, but it isn't on the music.)
Crusell:Crusell: 3 Clarinet Quartets - VänskäCursell Clarinet Quartets - Lásló HorváthElm - The Crusell Quartet. Else Parker clarinet
29.95
C1910: Rondo in B for 2 Clarinets (or Clarinet and Viola, 'Cello or Basset Horn) and Piano by Bernhard Henrik Crusell. Rosewood Publications, 2012, SS. Here is an alternate edition of this piece with the second duet part transposed for other instruments. The piano part and first clarinet part are copies of an old edition. The additional second parts are new. This piece is in concert B-flat (although it has sections in concert D-flat). Two movements: Andante con moto and Allegro vivace. This is an arrangement made in 1822 by an unknown arranger of the second and third movements of the third duet Op. 6 (see below). Advanced high school or early college level.
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8.95

C1566: Concerto a Tre for Clarinet, Violin, & Cello by Ingolf Dahl. Schott, 1952, SS, includes parts and score. This piece was written in 1947 and was first performed by Benny Goodman. It is in the neoclassical style. It is a sectional piece with a variety of tempos and time signatures and has a clarinet cadenza in the middle. For advanced college and professional performers with a duration of about 18 minutes.
Works for Clarinets and Strings by Dahl, Martinu, and Husa - Russell Harlow
58.95

G170: Notturno aus "Abendunterhaltungen" for Flute (Violin) or Clarinet and Guitar by Anton Diabelli. Philomele Editions (PE 2007), SS. Anton Diabelli (1781-1858) was an Austrian music publisher, editor and composer. The six pieces that make up this edition were originally published (1818/19) in two volumes that included works of other composers. The clarinet parts were originally for an obsolete type of recorder known as a csakan which was usually in the key of A. The six pieces are 1. Andante con moto, 2. Menuetto (Moderato assia e cantabile), 3. Marcia (Allegro), 4. Original Thema und Variationen (Andante grazioso), 5. Polonaise, and 6. Marcia (Allegro). Several of these pieces should be playable by better high school wind players while the rest are more difficult. Includes parts for flute (violin), clarinet, guitar, and a score. While the music calls for an A clarinet, a capo can be used on the guitar to raise the pitch so a B-flat clarinet can be used.
33.95

C1265: Notturno Op. 123 for 2 Clarinets in A (Violins) and Guitar by Anton Diabelli. Philomele Editions (PE 2033), SS (includes score and all parts). In this piece the clarinet parts were also originally for the csakan. This piece can be played by one clarinet and violin and could also be played by clarinet(s) in C using the violin part or with a capo on the guitar for two clarinets in B-flat. In four movements: I. Andante sostenuto, II. Menuetto (Cantabile), III. Andante cantabile/Rondo Allegretto, and IV. Marcia. "This major composition contains some of the most beautiful chamber music pages for guitar of this period, especially in the two central movements, where the guitar part is very 'concertant.'
36.95

C1103: Preludio y Merengue by Paquito D'Rivera arranged for clarinet and string quartet by Gustavo Tavares. International Opus, 2003. Includes parts and score. A memorable recital work and excellent example of Paquito’s unique mix of Latin and modal jazz styles. The colorful and episodic Preludio is followed by an energetic, lilting Merengue in five-eight time. Includes improvised solos for the clarinet.
41.95

C2118: Ricordanze for Clarinet (A), Violin, Viola, and Violoncello by Ferenc Farkas. EMB, 1987, SS, includes parts and score. Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000) was a Hungarian composer and music educator who composed a number of popular pieces for woodwinds. The title comes from Italian and means memories, remembrances, or recollections. The initial Andante moderato in this work is followed by alternating faster and slower sections. The parts are two pages long. Click on the cover image to view a sample page from the score.
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14.95

C1403: Trio in E-flat major Op. 44 for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano by Louise Farrenc edited by John P. Newhill. Breitkopf/Music Rara, 2000, SS. (includes parts and piano score). Jeanne-Louise Farrenc (1804-1875) was a French composer (she studied with Anton Riecha) and was professor of piano at the Paris Conservatoire for 30 years. This work was composed in 1861. It is in four movements: Andante/Allegro moderato, Adagio, Minuetto (Allegro), and Finale (Allegro). This trio has been reported to contain both Romantic and Classical influences. The piano part appears to be the most difficult of the parts. I believe a college level trio (with a good pianist) could probably put this together fairly quickly.
38.95

C2102: Five Bagatelles Op. 23 by Gerald Finzi arranged for Clarinet and String Quartet by Christian Alexander. Boosey & Hawkes, 1945/2000, SS, string parts only. This arrangement was made several years ago but has just been published. You will need to provide your own clarinet part.
42.95

C1541: Trio in A minor Op. 40 for Clarinet in A (or Violin), Cello and Piano by Carl Frühling. Rosewood, SB/SS, includes parts and piano score. Carl Frühling (1868-1937) was an Austrian composer and music teacher. The date of composition is unknown, but it is thought to have been around 1900. In three movements I. Mäßig schnell, II. Anmutig bewegt, III. Andante, and IV. Allegro vivace. College level with a duration of about 26:30. This is a very pleasant piece. You can listen to excerpts here.
32.75

C2088: Trio in D Major for Clarinet (in A), Viola and Violoncello by Johann Nepomuk Fuchs edited by Otto Biba. Amadeus, 1979, SS, parts only. Johann Nepomuk Fuchs (1766-1839) was a deputy to Haydn at Esterhazy. This piece is dated 1808. It is a four movement work: I. Allegro non molto, II. Romanze. Adagio, III. Menuetto. Allegro & Trio and IV. Finale. Allegretto grazioso.  The parts are 6-7 pages long with fairly large print. Early college level at most. Adult amateur ensembles should have no problem with this piece. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the clarinet part.
21.95

WW049: Trio Pathétique for Clarinet, Bassoon (Violoncello) and Piano by Michail Glinka. Music Rara, 1957, SS. In four movements: Allegro Moderato, Scherzo, Largo and Allegro con spirito. This is a major work that brings out the best qualities of each instrument. The clarinet and bassoon/cello parts are not especially difficult but it requires an excellent pianist.
26.95

C503: Benny's Gig, 8 Duos for Clarinet and Double Bass by Morton Gould. G. Schirmer, 1980, SS, 20 pages. These eight duos were written for Benny Goodman by the composer.  The first is marked (1962) Celebrating Benny's 1962 Russian Tour while the last is for Benny's 70th Birthday May 1979. Larry Comb's recording is recommended.
Old Wine, New Bottles - Floyd Williams
16.95

G102: Serenade Op. 24 for Clarinet in A and B-flat (Violin), Cello (Viola/Basset Horn) and Piano by Emil Hartmann. Rosewood, 1998, SB, (includes all parts and piano score). Hartmann (1836-1898) was a Danish church musician, conductor, and composer of German descent. Three movements: 1. Idylle (Andante), 2. Romance (Andante/Allegretto Scherzando), and 3. Rondo-Finale (Allegro). This is a fairly long work with the parts running 9 pages and the piano score 50. Probably early college level in difficulty.
27.95

C1121: Quartet No. 1 in B-flat for Clarinet and String Trio (Violin, Viola, & Cello) by Franz Joseph Haydn arranged by Vincenzo Gambaro edited by John P. Newhill. Musica Rara, 1992, SS, (includes parts only). This is the first of three clarinet and string trios arranged from Haydn string quartets by the Italian composer Vincenzo Gambaro. It was published in 1810. The movements are from several quartets: Allegro spirito (Op. 76 No. 4 and Op. 74 No. 3), Andante (Op. 50 No. 4), Menuetto (Op. 50 No. 1) and Vivace (Op. 50 No. 1). College level.
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C1459: Three Trios Hob. IV: Es 1; Es 2; B1 for Clarinet, Violin and Cello (or Bassoon) by Joseph Haydn edited by Klaus Burmeister. C.F. Peters, 1977, SS, (includes parts and score). These trios are little known but are worth some attention. Notes at the end of the score give information on what is known about them and describe the editing. Advanced high school level and up.
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C1122: Musikalisches Blumengärtlein und Leyptziger Allerley (Musical Flower Garden with Leyptziger Assortment) for Clarinet and Double Bass (or Cello) by Paul Hindemith. Schott, 1995, SS, 12 pages (in score format). Hindemith, an excellent clarinetist, composed this work in January 1927 for himself and his wife Getrude who was trained as an actress, singer and cellist, and who could also play double bass. The private nature of these compositions is underlined by the fact that all the dynamic and tempi markings are missing. There are nine short pieces: 1. Untitled, 2. Priere d'une vierge dans la Tonart mixolydique (A virgin's prayer in the mixolydian mode), 3. Untitled, 4. Kanon zum Schiessen (Canon for shooting), 5. Broken melody, 6. Marsch der Lowenreichswehr - Oberst W. gewidmet (March of the Lion King's artillery dedicated to Colonel W.), 7. Lied (song), 8. Die Gebetsmuhle im Schwarzwald, Charakterstuck (Prayer wheel in the Black Forest, character piece), 9. Ein Tanzlein (A little dance). Duration about 10 minutes.
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C630: Quartett by Paul Hindemith. Schott, 1939, SS. Written in 1938, Hindemith's Quartett for clarinet, violin, violoncello and piano had its first performancein New York City in 1939 with Victor Polatschek as clarinetist. It is in three long movements: Mässig bewegt, Sehr langsam, and Mässig bewegt. The second movement has intricate rhythms while the third movement is extended, with several sections and tempo changes. The instrumental parts are musically demanding, and the piano part is especially difficult.
Clarinet Chamber Music by HindemithHindemith Chamber Music
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C854: Quintett Op. 30 for Clarinet in B-flat and E-flat and String Quartet by Paul Hindemith. Schott, 1986, SS, (parts only). Written in 1923, the quintet has five movements: Sehr Lebhaft, Ruhig, Schneller Ländler, Arioso, and Sehr lebhaft. The third movement is for clarinet in E-flat. The first movement is contrapuntal; the second begins with a beautiful viola solo, joined by the cello; the third is a Ländler, a dance movement; the fourth is very short and the fifth is related to the first movement. The clarinet is part of the ensemble, rather than solo with accompaniment, except in the first and last movements. This is a fine work requiring excellent string players. A score for this piece has been published recently. We can order it for you. The price is $32.95.
Clarinet Chamber Music by HindemithHindemith Chanber Music
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C1897: Quartet in E-flat major for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Violoncello by Johann Nepomuk Hummel edited by Kurt Janetzky. Music Rara/Breitkopf, 1958/2000, SS, includes parts and score. Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837) was an Austrian composer and virtuoso pianist. This work is from 1808. This was written while he was musical director at Esterhazy (1804-1811) as a successor of Haydn. It is in four movements: Allegro moderato, La Seccatura (Allegro molto), Andante, and Rondo (Allegretto). College level but on the easier side with the violin part appearing to be the most challenging. Duration about 30 minutes.
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C1567: Évocations de Slovaquie for Clarinet in A (Flute), Viola and Violoncello by Karel Husa. Schott, 1970, SS, includes parts and score. Karel Husa (1921-) is a Czech born composer and conductor, trained in Prague and Paris, who taught at Cornell for many years. An advanced work in three movements: I. La Montagne (Exaltando), II. La Nuit (Tranquillo possibile), and III. La Danse (Ritmico). Duration about 15 minutes.
Works for Clarinets and Strings by Dahl, Martinu, and Husa - Russell Harlow
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C1385: Trio in D minor for Clarinet, 'Cello & Piano by John Ireland edited and reconstructed by Stephen Fox. Emerson Edition, 2006, SS. This is a substantial work which was performed at most twice (in 1914 or 1915) during the composer's lifetime. In three movements: I Allegro non troppo, II Scherzo, and III. Lento/Con moto. The last movement requires an A clarinet. Duration about 26 minutes.
Twelve by the Moon-dial - Riverdale Ensemble
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C1751: Largo for Violin, Clarinet and Piano by Charles E. Ives. PeerMusic (the music itself says Southern Music Co.), 1953, SS, (includes parts and piano score). A one movement piece with a number of tempo changes and a duration of about 5 minutes. Some mixed meter. College level.
Kalman Bloch Principal ClarinetistRed Mesa Trio
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C1544: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano by Gordon Jacob. Breitkopf & Härtel (Musica Rara), 1970/2000, SS, (includes parts and piano score). In four movements: Adagio molto, Menuetto, Adagio molto, and Presto. Early college level although the clarinet part goes up to an altissimo A. There are some nice duets for the clarinet and viola. Duration about 17:30.
Music of Françaix, Jacob, and Mozart
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C1363: 4 Plus 1 for Clarinet and String Quartet by Helge Jung. Hofmeister, 1999, SS, (includes parts and score). Helge Jung (1943-) is a (male) German composer and conductor. This advanced contemporary work, written in 1996, is in five movements: In Certo Qual Modo Raccontando, Misterioso, Corso Forzoso, Il Mistero Raddoppiato, and Ritorno Al Inizio Dei Racconti. Duration about 18:15.
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C1811: Rrrrrrr ... Five Jazz Pieces for Clarinet (Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone) Violin and Piano by Mauricio Kagel. C.F. Peters, 1992, SS, includes parts and piano score. Mauricio Kagel (1931-2008) was born in Argentina into a Russian-Jewish family. He moved to Germany in 1957. This was written in 1981/82. Rrrrrrr ... consists of 41 pieces (all beginning with the letter "R"). This is the cycle of 5 jazz pieces: 1. Rackett, very fast, inspired by the Baroque instrument of that name (BsCl and Pn); 2. Rrrrrrr - Bop,  A slow swing (Cl, Vn and Pn); 3. Reeds, fast, (ASx & Pn); 4. Rrrrrrr: Old/New Freely (Vn or Cl); 5. Riff, slow rubato (BsCl, Vn & Pn). A low C bass clarinet is called for. College level with a duration of about 8:20.
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C1753: Married Couple for Clarinet and Cello by Gábor Kerek. EditionDarok, 2011, SS, (includes parts and score). Gábor Kerek (1971-) is a Hungarian composer. This is a five movement work: 1. Angry Exchange (Allegro), 2. Tenderness (Adagio), 3. In the Kitchen (Moderato), 4. Dream (Andante), and 5. Don't Get Impatient! (Allegro). College level.
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C622: Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano by Aram Khachaturian. Sikorski, 1957, SS. A very good three movement trio with a Russian flavor. Requires advanced performers.
Red Mesa TrioFoliage - Riverdale Ensemble20th Century Clarinet TriosArmenian Chmber Music - Joaquin Valdepenas
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C1917: Quartettino for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello by Kokai Rezso. Editio Musica Budapest, 1972, SS, (includes parts and score). KÓKAI Rezső (1906-1962) was a Hungarian composer and musicologist. This four movement work was written in 1952. This work reflects the folk influences of the verbunkos, the czardas and other folk dances. The movements are: I. Sonatina (Allegro moderato), II Scherzino (Allegro assai), III. Canzonetta (Andante moderato, sempre molto rubato), and IV. Finaletto (Presto). This college level work with a duration of about 10 minutes is popular for this ensemble of instruments. Here is a video of the final two movements (you can find performances of the other movements on YouTube).
Elm - The Crusell Quartet. Else Parker clarinet
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C701: Suite for Clarinet and String Orchestra by Ernst Krenek. Broude International Editions, 1957, SS. This Suite by Vienna born Krenek (1900-1991) has four short movements: Andante Sostenuto, Allegro moderato, Andante, and Vivace. This is the score and the string parts (4,4,3,2,2). The string parts do not appear to be difficult. The clarinet part is in the edition for Clarinet and Piano.
Ernst Krenek: Chamber Music with Clarinet - Csaba Klenyán
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C1276: Hebrew Sketches (No. 1) Op. 12 for Clarinet and Strings by Alexander Krein. Kalmus, SS. Alexander Krein (1883-1951) was a Russian-Jewish composer whose output included a number of works on Jewish themes. This 1909 work is in three movements: 1. Lento, 2. Andante con anima/Allegretto grazioso, and 3. Allegro moderato. The strings parts are supplied in the quantities 4, 4, 3, 3, however, this work can be performed with clarinet and string quartet. A very nice college level piece with a duration of about 11:30.
Simeon Bellison: His Arrangements for ClarinetKalman Bloch Performs Hebraic Music
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C1519: String Connection with Clarinet for clarinet and string quartet by Rolf Kühn. Advance Music, 2008, SS, (includes parts and score). This is a new version of Clarinet Connection for four B-flat clarinets and bass clarinet which was written for Sabine Meyer and Eddie Daniels and is featured on the CD Blues for Sabine.  In this version the two solo parts have been combined and a string quartet provides the accompaniment. It is in three movements: I. Connection, II. Contacts, and III. Encounter. The clarinet part has improvised solos from chord symbols. An advanced work with a duration of about 13 minutes.
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C658: Black Birds, Red Hills for B-flat Clarinet, Viola, and Piano by Libby Larsen. Oxford University Press/Goodmusic, 2005, SS. This piece was inspired by six Georgia O'Keeffe paintings of the red hills of New Mexico. It is in four movements with a brief epilogue. They are: 1. Pedernal Hills (extremely legato), 2. Black Rock (deliberately), 3. Red Hills and Sky (gently), 4. A Black Bird with Snow-Covered Red Hills, and 5. Looking. Includes full score with piano part and individual clarinet and viola parts. College level.
Dancing Solo - Caroline Hartig
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WW066: Blue Third Pieces for Flute or Clarinet and Guitar by Libby Larsen. Oxford University Press, 2000, SS. This is a little homage to the interval of the third and its place in the blues. The first piece, "Deep Blue," is quite and lyrical. The second piece is "Salt Peanuts" and was inspired by the Dizzy Gillespie and Kenny Clark jazz piece of the same name. The clarinet part is a direct transposition of the flute part so the clarinetist needs to be comfortable in the altissimo.
Dancing Solo - Caroline Hartig
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C661: Slang for Clarinet in B-flat, Violin, and Piano
by Libby Larsen. Oxford University Press/Goodmusic, 1998, SS. This piece was commissioned by the Verdehr Trio. "Slang is a one movement work in three sections. The title refers to the use of both jazz and boogie slang and twentieth century 'new music' slang throughout the composition."  A work for advanced performers. Includes full score with piano part and individual clarinet and violin parts. 
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C1707: Steamboat Bill Junior for Clarinet and Cello by Magnus Lindberg. Edition Wilhlem Hansen, 1990(?), SB, 11 pages (2 copies in score format). Buster Keaton was one of the first stars of the silver screen and appears in the 1928 motion picture, Steamboat Bill Junior, one of the undoubted final highlights of silent film. Swedish composer Magnus Lindberg was so affected by the stunning film, with its ambitious and iconic stunts, that in 1990 he wrote this terrific piece for Clarinet and Cello called Steamboat Bill Junior. It is a colorful, four movement work of spectral music, which hints at minimalism yet attempts to express the action and plot of the film in its eight minute duration. This is an advanced piece with quite a bit of mixed meter (although most of it is of the 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/4 variety). Here is a performance on YouTube.
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C1879: Pagina d'album for Clarinet and String Orchestra by Michele Mangani. Edizioni Musicali Eufonia, SS. This edition is for clarinet and string orchestra. It includes the solo clarinet part, score and the string parts in these quantites: 4/4/3/2/1. This is a lyrical piece marked Moderatamente cantabile. Intermediate/upper intermediate level with a duration of about 3:25-4:00. Here is a video of Sergio Bosi playing this piece. There are also at least two professional performances on YouTube. We also have the edition for clarinet and piano listed here.
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C1968: Images from "The Old Gringo" Eleven Little Pieces for Violin, Clarinet and Piano by David Maslanka. Maslanka Press, 2010, SB/SS, (includes parts and piano score). Carlos Fuentes’ novel “The Old Gringo” provided dozens of stunning emotional pictures, eleven of which prompted the little sound pictures of this piece. Here is a complete explanation of this piece from the composer's web site.
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G206: Notturno aus Op. 18 ("Kurze Musikstücke") for Clarinet, Horn and Guitar by Wenzeslaus Matiegka. Philomele Editions (PE 2056), SS, (includes parts and score). Wenzeslaus Matiegka (1773-1830) was a Bohemian guitar player and composer of the early Viennese guitar period. The horn part is for E-flat horn. In four movements: I. Tema und Variationen (4 variations), II. Menuetto (Allegro), III. Zingara (Andante), and IV. Marcia (Maestoso). This is one of only two works known to the publisher for this combination. The parts look interesting. Early college level.
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C1139: Trio for Violin, Clarinet and Piano by Gian Carlo Menotti. G. Schirmer, 1996/2001, SS. This piece was commissioned by the Verdehr Trio (and Michigan State University) and they edited it for publication. Gian Carlo Menotti (1911-2007) was an Italian-born American composer primarily known for his operas. Three movements: I. Capriccio (Allegro), II. Romanza (Andante espressivo), and III. Envoi (Allegro). Inclues parts and piano score. Duration about 12 minutes.
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G093: Quartet for the End of Time (Quatuor pour la Fin du Temps) for Clarinet in B-flat, Violin, Cello and Piano by Olivier Messiaen. Durand, 1942, PB. This is the full performing edition with individual parts for the clarinet and strings and piano score. Included in the clarinet part is the solo Abîme des oiseaux (Abyss of the Birds). We have two books about this piece: Messiaen - Quatour pour la fin du Temps which is primarily about the music and For the End of Time, The Story of the Messiaen Quartet which focuses on the creation of the composition and the historical context.
Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time
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C235: Meyerbeer Quintet for Clarinet and String Quartet edited by Dieter Klöcker. Baerenreiter (BA 8731), 2001, SS. Includes score and performance parts. This quartet was found in the papers of the great-granddaughter of Heinrich Baermann. While not an autograph, the copy was inscribed in the hand of Carl Baermann that it had been composed by Giacomo Meyerbeer for his father. Editing is noted in the score or in a "Critical Report" which follows. 
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C1232: Phantasy Quintet Op. 33 for Clarinet and String Quartet by Robin Milford edited by Paul Harris. Queen's Temple Publications, 2002, SS, (includes score and parts). Robin Milford (1903-1959) was an English composer whose style was entirely his own although it lies on a continuum between the work of his close friend Gerald Finzi and that of Vaughan Williams. The Quintet is full of wonderful tunes as well as robust and characteristic writing for both the clarinet and strings. This piece is sectional shifting primarily between Adagio and Allegro. Early college level.
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C576: Suite Op. 157b for Violin, Clarinet and Piano by Darius Milhaud. Salabert, 1937. In four movements: I. Overture (Vif et gai), II. Divertissement (Animé), III. Jeu (Vif), and IV. Introduction et Final (Modéré/Vif). College level.
Kalman Bloch Principal Clarinetist,20th Century Clarinet TriosMusic from France - Verdehr Trio
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C1154: Quintet for Clarinet and Strings by Douglas Moore. Carl Fischer, 1952, SB/SS. Includes score (?) and performance parts. Douglas Moore (1893-1969) was an American composer, educator, and author who wrote for music the theater, film, ballet and orchestra. The Juilliard School of Music commissioned this piece in 1946. It is in four movements: I. Allegro risoluto, II. Andante comodo, III. Adagio recitativo, and IV. Allegro ritmico. All parts are important in this very nice ensemble work. College level with a duration of about 19 minutes. This is print on demand. The last copy I had was complete but the parts and score are now listed separately on the Carl Fischer website. Contact us if you are interested and we will check on the current situation.
American Clarinet TreasuresAmerican Clarinet - Ramon Kireilis

C1093: Quintet for Clarinet and Strings by Douglas Moore. Carl Fischer, 1952, SB, 46 pages. Score only.
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C1733: Mozart Allegro in B-flat for Clarinet and String Quartet K. Anh 91 (516c) completed and edited by Robert D. Levin. Nagels Verlag Kassel, 1970, SS, includes parts and score. This is a completion of the fragment of a clarinet quintet which was probably written about 1787. The first four pages (98 measures) have survived with indications that more of the movement had been written and possibly finished. This completion is by distinguished Mozart scholar Robert D. Levin and done at the very beginning of his career. You can hear a sample on this page (next to last piece on the third CD listed) from near the beginning of the movement. The duration is about 4:15.
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C233: Mozart Trio in E-flat major for Clarinet, Viola and Piano KV 498 (Kegelstatt Trio) edited by Wofgang Plath and Wofgang Rehm. Baerenreiter (BA5325), 1966 revised 1987, SS. From the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe with a preface and editorial note in Germany and English. Includes a violin part as an alternate to the clarinet. 
Music of Françaix, Jacob, and MozartMozart: Clarinet Trio, 'Kegelstatt' - Clarinet QuartetsHarold Wright Live Recital No. 3Trios for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano - Kim Aseltine
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C640: Mozart Trio in E-flat major for Clarinet, Viola and Piano KV 498 (Kegelstatt Trio) edited by Günter Lorenz. Henle, 1981. Includes brief introductory notes. Includes a violin part as an alternate to the clarinet. 
Music of Françaix, Jacob, and MozartMozart: Clarinet Trio, 'Kegelstatt' - Clarinet QuartetsHarold Wright Live Recital No. 3Trios for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano - Kim Aseltine
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C234: Mozart Quintet in A major for Clarinet and String Quartet KV 581 Performance Parts edited by Ernst Fritz Schmid. Baerenreiter (BA 4711), 1958. Urtext edition from the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe.
Kalman Bloch Principal Clarinetist,Jon Mannasse Plays Clarinet Music from 3 CenturiesMozart: Clarinet Concerto & Quintet -ShifrinMozart -  Martin FröstClarinet Chamber and Solo Classics Vol 1 - DrushlerMozart - Von Weber Clarinet Quintets - Charles Russo clarinetMozart - Brahms - Luis Rossi clarinet
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C1791: Mozart Quintet in A major for Clarinet (Basset Clarinet) and String Quartet KV 581 edited by Warner Breig. Breitkopf, 2005, SS, includes all parts and score. The edition includes a part for basset clarinet and for the regular A clarinet. Includes notes on the history of the piece and the reconstruction of the basset clarinet part. Click on the cover image to view page 2 of the basset clarinet part.
Kalman Bloch Principal Clarinetist,Jon Mannasse Plays Clarinet Music from 3 CenturiesMozart: Clarinet Concerto & Quintet -ShifrinMozart - Martin FröstClarinet Chamber and Solo Classics Vol 1 - DrushlerMozart - Von Weber Clarinet Quintets - Charles Russo clarinetClarinet Quintets - Ludmila Peterkova, clarinetMozart Clarinet Quintet in A K581 -  Colin Lawson
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C563: Mozart Quintet in A major for Clarinet and String Quartet KV 581 Performance Parts edited by Henrik Wiese. Henle, 2004. This is a new edition of this work. It includes two pages of notes (in German, English, and French) explaining what little is known of this work, how this edition was created from earliest known edition, and the problems involved. There are also comments on specific issues in the parts. This edition also includes the fragment Allegro (KV Anh. 91) for basset clarinet in B-flat and string quartet. Only the first 93 measures have survived (this is about a page in each part). The editor has provided alternatives for the basset passages.
Kalman Bloch Principal Clarinetist,Jon Mannasse Plays Clarinet Music from 3 CenturiesMozart: Clarinet Concerto & Quintet -ShifrinMozart -  Martin FröstClarinet Chamber and Solo Classics Vol 1 - DrushlerMozart - Von Weber Clarinet Quintets - Charles Russo clarinetMozart - Brahms - Luis Rossi clarinet
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G087: Fantasy Trio Op. 26 for clarinet (in B-flat), violoncello, and piano by Robert Muczynski. Theodore Presser, 1971, SS. Four movements: Allegro energico, Anadnate con espressione, Allegro decisio, Introduction and Finale: (Andate molto e sostenuto and Allegro). College level with a duration of 12 minutes.
Trios for Cello, Piano & Clarinet - West
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C1002: A Fraction of Your Grace for clarinet and string quartet by Zae Munn. Sisra (Arsis Press), 1999, SS. This piece was written for composer David Lipak in 1997 and was inspired by his wonderful grace as he faced the impending death of his wife. There is an alternation of sections based on quartal chords and sections based on open fifths. Motives derived from the quartal and quintal structures provide most of the melodic material. While not technically difficult at the mm=54 tempo, the parts move independently in most of this piece. Early college level with a duration of about 8:40.
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C680: Serenata Svizzera Op. 29 for clarinet (in C or B-flat) and guitar by Heinrich Neumann edited by J. Gaitzsch. Berben, SS. This is one of six works by Neumann (1792-1861) for clarinet or basset horn and guitar and was first published in 1835. Includes notes in Italian and English on the composer and the piece. The C clarinet part can also be used by oboe, flute, or violin.
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C1727: Quartet for Clarinet and String Trio by Krzysztof Penderecki. Schott, 1993, SS, (includes parts and score). This piece calls for both B-flat and A clarinets. In four movements: I. Notturno (Adagio), II. Scherzo (Vivacissimo), III Serenade (Temp di Valse), and IV. Abschied (Larghetto). Advanced college level with a duration of about 20 minutes. Here is Sharon Kam playing movement II on YouTube and here is Martin Fröst playing the same. You can probably find some other movements from these artists on YouTube as well.
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C2087: Trio Op. 4 for Clarinet, Viola and Violoncello by Antonio Polzelli. Verlag Walter Wollenweber, 1982, SS, (parts only). Alois Anton (Antonio) Polzelli (1783-1855) was born in Esterhazy of Italian parents (there are more details in the music). He was a violinist, conductor and composer. This piece is in four movements: Adagio sostenuto/Allegro moderato, Adagio molto e sostenuto, Tempo di Menuetto/Trio alla Pastorale, and Finale (Allegro). Click on the cover image to view the final page of the clarinet part which is the second half of the Finale.
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C494: Overture on Hebrew Themes Op. 34 for clarinet in B-flat, piano and string quartet by Serge Prokofieff. Boosey & Hawkes, 1922. An excellent work written in 1919 at the request of  Simeon Bellison while Prokofieff was living in the United States.

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C1262: Sonate No. 1 in D minor for clarinet and guitar by Ferdinand Rebay. Philomele Editions, SS. Ferdinand Rebay (1880-1953) was an Austrian composer. He wrote 600 pieces for guitar apparently inspired by his niece Gertha Hammerschmied. This large scale, three movement sonata is written, as usually for Rebay, in a concertant style giving the guitar part full participation in the melodic action. The beautiful opening Allegro molto moderato is a sonata movement constructed on two themes strongly reminiscent of Brahms late clarinet works. The slow central movement brings a set of variations and the finale is a rhythmically marked Tanz-Rondo in the way of some central European folkloric dance. Includes an introduction in French, German, and English. 
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C1263: Sonate No. 2 in A minor for clarinet and guitar by Ferdinand Rebay. Philomele Editions, 2006, SS. The manuscript for this piece was discovered in 2005. It is believed to have been written after 1941 (the date of the first clarinet and guitar sonata). The opening movement is in sonata form, followed by a slow movement, a Scherzo and a final set of variations ending by a march. The latter gives the sonata a bit of a serenade flavor. Includes an introduction in French, German, and English. Both A and B-flat clarinets are needed for this work.
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C632: Quintett in A major Op. 146 for clarinet in A and string quartet by Max Reger. C.F. Peters, 1916, SS. Four movements: Moderato ed amabile, Vivace, Largo, and Poco allegretto. Professor Norman Heim described this quintet as a beautiful piece of music for clarinet in A and strings and notes that each movement is in a major form and could stand by itself.
Max Reger Music with Clarinet - Csaba Klenyán
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C671: Quintet in B-flat major Op. 89 for clarinet and string quartet by Anton Reicha edited by Kurt Janetzky. Breitkopf, 1962, SS, (includes parts and score). Anton Reicha (1770-1836) was a contemporary of Beethoven and is particularly know for his many woodwind quintets. This is a major work in four movements: Allegro, Andante, Menuetto, and Finale (Allegretto). The first and last movements of major proportion and in sonata form. It has a challenging, virtuoso clarinet part with string parts primarily in an accompanying role.
Jože Kotar Klarinet/Clarinet/KlarinetteClarinet Quintets - Ludmila Peterkova, clarinet
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C1371: Incontro duet for clarinet and cello by Johannes Reiche. Hofmeister, 1998, SB, 7 pages in score format. Johannes Reiche (1955-) is a German composer, conductor, teacher and clarinetist and a proponent of New Music. This piece might be a good choice for a senior or graduate recital where a piece of new music is needed. It uses contemporary notation (but not extended techniques) and much is without bar lines. The introductory section is marked impetuso and it is followed by 14 mostly short variations.
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C1531: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano Op. 264 by Carl Reinecke edited by Bernhard Päuler. Amadeus Verlag, 1985, SS, includes parts and piano score. Carl Reinecke (1824-1910) was a renowned German pianist and composer who wrote prolifically in all forms and for most instrumental and vocal combinations. This edition includes a forward in German and English which gives a brief biography of Reinecke and describes this piece which was written in 1903 as the work of a classically oriented Romantic. The clarinet part is for A clarinet. In four movements. 1. Moderato/Allegro, 2. Intermezzo (Moderato), 3. Legende (Andante), and 4. Finale (Allegro moderato). College level (although not especially difficult) with a duration of 28 minutes.
Carl Reinecke Music for Clarient - Dartevelle
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C1780: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano Op. 264 by Carl Reinecke. International Music Co., SS, includes parts and piano score. The clarinet part is for A clarinet. In four movements. 1. Moderato/Allegro, 2. Intermezzo (Moderato), 3. Legende (Andante), and 4. Finale (Allegro moderato). College level with a duration of 28 minutes. This appears to be a copy of the Amadeus edition. The printing as not quite as sharp but is very acceptable.
Carl Reinecke Music for Clarient - Dartevelle
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C856: Museum Pieces for Clarinet and String Quartet (Parts) by Phillip Rhodes. C.F. Peters, 1978, SS. Phillip Rhodes (1940-) is an American composer and music educator. This piece was commissioned by the J.B. Speed Art Museum of Louisville for the dedication of the Hattie Bishop Speed Music Room. The movements in this work are based on works of art in the museum (there are pictures in the score). They are: I. Equestrian Bronze (Furioso), II. The "Pierrot" Music Box (Waltz tempo), III. Landscape-Seurat (Miniature), IV. Station of the Cross-Chassériau (Rondo with Chorale Variations), V. Le Bouquet-Picasso (Fast), and VI. A Bacchanal (Giocoso). The parts have been made from the score but are completely readable. An advanced work with a duration of 17:30. You can listen to samples on the composer's web site.

C855: Museum Pieces for Clarinet and String Quartet (Score) by Phillip Rhodes. C.F. Peters, 1978, SS, 58 pages.
Parts
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Score
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C1600: Trio Sonata for Viola, Bass Clarinet and Piano by Alan Richardson edited by John White. Comus Edition, 2000, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Alan Richardson (1904-1978) was a Scottish born composer and pianist who studied at Royal College of Music and was a professor of piano there from 1960 until his death. This piece was completed in June 1973 and was premiered by the Stadler Trio in 1974. Described by the publisher as "A short three movement work with some interesting sonorities." The three movements are: 1. Allegro energico, 2. Andante con moto, 3. Vivace. College level with a duration of 11 minutes.
19.95
C1333: Trio for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano Op. 28 by Ferdinand Ries edited by Dieter Klöcker and Walter Genuit. Breitkopf (Musica Rara), 1969, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Ferdinand Ries (1784-1838) who was pupil of Beethoven in Vienna was a German composer, conductor and a celebrated piano virtuoso. This trio is in four movements: Allegro; Scherzo, Allegro vivace; Adagio; and Rondo, Allegro ma non troppo. The clarinet and cello parts are probably early college level while the piano part appears to be more difficult.
Beethoven - Rees Clarinet Trio: Vlad Weverbergh clarinet
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C1556: Trio for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano by Nino Rota. Schott, 2002, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Nino Rota (1911-1979) was a renowned Italian composer best known for his film scores. In three movements: I. Allegro, II. Andante, and III Allegrissimo. A very nice piece at the college level. The duration listed on the music is 11 minutes but the videos last about 14:30 in all. You can watch each movement on YouTube: Allegro, Andante, and Allegrissimo.
Nino Rota -  Alessandro CarbonareClarinet Music of Rota and Brahms -  Stanis Smith
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C1117: Trio in E-flat Major for Clarinet, Violoncello, and Piano by Archduke Rudolph of Austria edited by Dieter Klöcker. Breitkopf (Musica Rara), 1969, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Archduke Rudolph (1788-1831); who was a patron, friend, and composition student of Beethoven; left a number of fine works. This trio is in three movements (a Rondo was incomplete): Allegro moderato, Scherzo allegretto, and Larghetto (which has five variations).  Duration about 22 minutes.
Clarinet Trios -  Klöcker
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C1287: Fantasy on "The Miller's Tears" for Clarinet (in A), Violoncello and Piano by Simon A. Sargon. Simon A. Sargon, 2007, SB/SS, (includes parts and piano score). This piece was inspired by the song "Dem Milner's Trern," one of about 50 songs written by Mark Warshawsky (1840-1907) a well-know Yiddish composer, poet, and performer. The composer writes that although this piece has elements of both a Theme and Variations and program music, it cannot be put into any formal category. College level with a duration of about 13:30.
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C2108: Autumn Trio for Clarinet (in A), Violoncello, and Piano by Peter Schickele. Theodore Presser, 2011, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Inspired by his son’s cello lessons while studying composition at Bard College, Peter Schickele’s Autumn Trio consists of three movements: Mosaic, Intermezzo, and Tarantella (La vache qui rit). The playful finale is based on the image of a dancing cow, laughing and flinging herself around the pasture. An advanced work with a duration of about 14 minutes. Click on the cover image to view an extended sample from the score.
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G153: Quartet for Clarinet (in A), Violin, Violoncello, and Piano by Peter Schickele. Elkan-Vogel, 1984, SS, (includes parts and piano score). In four movements: I. Moderate, flowing, II. Fast, driving, III. Slow, elegiac, and IV. Quite fast, dancing. An advanced work with a duration of about 20 minutes.
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C1095: Love Letters for Clarinet and Cello by Ruth Schonthal. Sisra (Arsis Press), 1988, SS, 16 pages (score format). Ruth Schonthal (1924-2006) was born in Germany and lived in Sweden, USSR, Mexico, and finally in the US where she studied with Hindemith at Yale graduating in 1948. This work was written in 1979 and contains nine pieces. Excellent for college and professional recitals. For Clarinet in A. Duration about 11:30.
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C704: Märchenerzählungen (Fairy Tales) Four Pieces Op. 132 for clarinet (or violin), viola and piano by Robert Schumann edited by Joachim Draheim. Breitkopf, 1988, SS, (includes all parts and piano score). Four short movements: I. Lebhaft, nich zu schnell, II. Lebhaft und sehr markiert, III. Ruhiges Tempo, mit zartem Ausdruck, and IV. Lebhaft, sehr markiert. This is beautiful writing for all three instruments in a style similar to the Fantasy Pieces, with flowing melody and accompaniment in other instruments. A nice recital piece for college and professional level performers. Includes notes by the editior.
Max Bruch: Clarinet and Viola Music - Steven KanofTrios for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano - Kim AseltineClarinet Concert No. 5 - Harold Wright
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C1393: Clarinet Quintet (Clarinet and String Quartet) by Cyril Scott. Edition Peters, 1961/2008, SS, (includes parts and score). Cyril Scott (1879-1970) a composer, author and poet was described by Eugene Goossens as "the father of modern British music." It was composed in 1951 and premiered the same year by Gervase De Peyer. This work is in two sections. A college level work. This is the first edition available for sale.
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C761: Concertino for Clarinet and String Quartet by Bright Sheng. G. Schirmer, 1997, SS, (includes parts and score). This piece was commissioned and written for The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and its Artistic Director, David Shifrin. The materials of this work are drawn from fragments of folk tunes the composer heard while living in the northwest part of China. Unlike most Chinese folk music this music has a seven-note scale similar to the mixolydian mode. In four movements: I. Andante, II. Prestissimo, and III. Largo. Both B-flat and A clarinets are needed. This is a professional level work with a duration about 17 minutes.
Five American Clarinet Quintets - David Shifrin
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C736: Tibetan Dance for clarinet in B-flat, violin and piano by Bright Sheng. G. Schirmer, 2006, SS. Tibetan Dance was written for the Verdehr Trio in 2000 by Chinese born composer Bright Sheng (1955-) who lived near the Tibetan border during his teenage years. It is in three movements: I. Prelude, II. Song (Melanconico, and the piano is tacet), and III. Tibetan Dance. The composer wrote "the work is anchored on the last movement, the longest of the three. The first two movements are reminiscent, as if one is hearing songs from a distant memory, and the music becomes real in the last movement." Duration about 15 minutes.
International Connection - The Verdehr TrioBright Sheng: Spring Dreams - Erin Svoboda, clarinet
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C900: Cabaret Music for Clarinet, Violin, Cello & Piano by Allen Shawn. Galaxy Music, 1986, SS. Allen Shawn (1948-) is an American composer who teaches at Bennington College in Vermont. The work is in three movements. It is a college level work, primarily due to the mixed meter in the first and third movements.
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C1153: Prelude, Blues and Finale for Two Clarinets in A (or Clarinet in A and Viola) and Piano by Elie Siegmeister. Carl Fischer, SS. Elie Siegmeister (1909-1991) was an American composer, educator and author. This is a challenging and exciting piece that was composed for Stanley and Naomi Drucker and Blanche Abram and premiered by them in 1984. This edition was copied from a manuscript which appears to have had a number of corrections (cut and paste) especially in the first few pages. It is supplied with a piano score, and a part with the first and second clarinet part and another with the first clarinet and viola part, so when played by two clarinets they each have their own part. Duration about 16 minutes.
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C917: Tres Fantasias for clarinet, cello & piano by Roberto Sierra. Subito Music, 1994, SS. The first movement is Muntuno and is based in part on that popular Afro-Caribbean rhythm. The second movement (Coral) is based on Bach's Choral "Es ist genung" (which is heard midway through in the first movement as well). The third movement (Doce) is a free exploration of the 12-tone row that Schoenberg used in his Suite for Piano Op. 25. An advanced work with a duration of about 11 minutes.
Roberto Sierra: Clarinet Works - Rick Faria
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C1293: Trio in E-flat major Op. 27 for Piano, Clarinet (or Violin) and Violoncello by Frantisek Skroup edited by Martin Harlow. Baerenreiter (BA 9521), 2008, SS, (includes all parts and piano score). František Jan Škroup (1801-1862) was a Czech composer and conductor who was an important musician of the national revival movement. His primary compositional output was music for the theatre but he also wrote some chamber music including this clarinet trio (ca. 1845) which is one a very few between Beethoven and Brahms. In four movements: I. Allegro, II. Andante grazioso, III. Scherzo (Allegretto), and IV. Finale (Allegro). This edition includes historical notes and a critical commentary on the editing. A college level work. Click on the cover image to see a copy of the first page.
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C681: Clarinet Quintet for clarinet in A and string quartet by Arthur Somervell. Emerson Edition, 2004, SS. Arthur Somervell (1863-1937) was an English composer of a conservative style. Despite the title both A and B-flat clarinets are required for this piece. Four movements: 1.. Sostenunto/Allegretto (quasi andante) grazioso, 2. Intermezzo (Allegretto), 3. Lament (Adagio non troppo), and 4. Finale (Allegro vivace). The inner two movements are for B-flat clarinet.
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C1972: Quintet for Clarinet in A and Strings (String Quartet) by Rick Sowash. Rick Sowash Publishing Co., 1995, SS, includes parts and score. Paraphrasing the composer: This work was written in 1995, specifically for the for the French clarinetist Lucien Aubert. The work was the my attempt to express something of what I have felt as I wandered amidst the beautiful, grand and ancient forms of Europe. Similarly, imagine how the Sonata-Allegro from looks! How is an American of my sensibilities to respond to such grand structures. You can find the answer to that question in the first movement. In the other movements, I do my best to come to terms with other classical forms--specifically the scherzo, the toccata, and the Hungarian Dance. The results a piece of music that "sounds" American even while it lovingly and respectively evokes the great musical forms of Europe. They loved it in Paris! Duration 25 minutes.
Rick Sowash: Serenade - Gringras
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C1974: Trio # 9, Five Women for clarinet, cello and piano by Rick Sowash. Rick Sowash Publishing Co., 2003, SS, includes parts and piano score. Portraits of five women who have been important for the composer - in F major. I. Bernice: merry and mystical, II. Claire: in the process of becoming, III. Jo: mother of our children, IV. Diane: beautiful and sad, and V. The Vitality of Emilie. College level.
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C1973: Trio con brio for violin, clarinet, and cello by Rick Sowash. Rick Sowash Publishing Co., 1999, SS, includes parts and score. I. Intrada (Allegro con brio), II. Lincolnesque (Andante), III. Song of Samwise (Allegro con brio), IV. Lullabye (Moderato), and V. Finale (Vivo, con brio). College level with a duration of about 18 minutes.
Rick Sowash: Serenade - Gringras
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C487: Fantasia and Variations on a Theme of Danzi Op. 81 for clarinet and string quartet by Louis Spohr edited by Himie Voxman. Musica Rara, 1977, SS. This piece was written in 1814 and premiered in January 1815 by Johann Simon Hermstedt. In one movement with tempos alternating between Allegro molto and Andantino. The clarinet part is primarily based on arpeggio patterns and requires strong technique. The strings are mostly in an accompanying role. We also stock the Clarinet and Piano Reduction edition.
Jon Mannasse Plays Clarinet Music from 3 CenturiesSpohr Clarinet Concertos Nos. 2 and 4Jože Kotar Klarinet/Clarinet/Klarinette
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C1731: Quartet in E-flat major Op. 8 No. 4 for Clarinet (0boe), Violin, Viola and Violoncello by Carl Stamitz. Breitkopf (Musica Rara), 1958/2000, (includes all parts, but no score). This quartet was first published in 1785 and was written while Stamitz was in Paris. In three movements: Allegro, Andante, Allegro and relatively short (the parts are mostly three pages long). Suitable for advanced high school, early college and adult amateurs.
18.95
C1730: Quartet in E-flat major Op. 19 No. 1 for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Violoncello by Carl Stamitz. Breitkopf (Musica Rara), 1966, SS, (includes parts only). In three movements: Allegro, Largo/Allemande (Vivace), Andante moderato/Vivace. This piece is quite a bit longer than Op. 8 No. 4 and may be slightly more difficult.
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C1943: Fantasy No. 1 for Clarinet and String Quartet by Charles Villiers Stanford. SJ Music, 1996, SS, (includes parts only). Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924), who was born in Ireland, was a composer, teacher and conductor. In 1882, he was one of founding professors of the Royal College of Music where he taught composition for the rest of his life. This work was written in 1921 and this is the first time it has been published. Thea King who wrote the notes may have been responsible for the editing. It is in three movements: Allegro moderato (alla marcia), Andante, and Allegro. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
Live in Boston. Luis Rossi
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C1375: Man lebt nur einal!, Walzer im Ländlerstyle Op. 167 by Johann Strauss II arranged for clarinet and string quartet by Peter Totzauer. Hofmeister, 1994, SS, includes score and parts. Wrtten in 1855, the title means "You Only Live Once" and it is to be performed in the style of the landler, an Austrian folk dance. The bass line of the score calls for a double bass with the cello as an alternate. The clarinet and the first violin have the melody with the other strings in an accompanying role. Advanced high school level and up.
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G149: Suite from L'Historie du Soldat for Clarinet, Violin and Piano by Igor Stravinsky (arranged by the composer). Chester, 1920/1989, SS. This suite has the pieces: 1. Marche du Soldat, 2. Le Violon du Soldat, 3. Petit Concert, 4. Tango-Valse-Rag, and 5. La Danse du Diable. Both A and B-flat clarinets are needed. Duration about 15 minutes.
20th Century Clarinet Trios
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G148: Suite from L'Historie du Soldat for Clarinet, Violin and Piano by Igor Stravinsky (arranged by the composer). International Music Co. SS. This suite has the pieces: 1. Marche du Soldat, 2. Le Violon du Soldat, 3. Petit Concert, 4. Tango-Valse-Rag, and 5. La Danse du Diable. Both A and B-flat clarinets are needed. Duration about 15 minutes.
20th Century Clarinet Trios
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C1289: 7 Balkan Dances for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano by Marko Tajcevic arranged by Alojz Srebotnjak. Schott, 1973, (includes parts and piano score). Marko Tajčević (1900-1984) was a Serbian composer and musician. He studied in Zagreb, Prague, and Vienna and was a music educator, composer, and choral conductor. This piece was originally for piano and is very popular in that format. The dances do not have names. They are marked: I. Con moto, II. Rustico, III. Vivo, IV. Sostenuto e cantabile, V. Allegro ritmico, VI. Allegretto, and VII. Allegro quasi pesante. College level with a duration of about 10 minutes.
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C1539: Cortège for Chris for Clarinet, Cello and Piano by Mark-Anthony Turnage. Schott, 2007, SS, (includes parts and piano score). British composer Mark-Anthony Turnage (1960-) is one of the most admired and widely performed composers of his generation. This piece was written as a memorial to Chris van Kampen a fellow musician and a friend of the composer. Marked sweet and mournful, it has a duration of 3 minutes. College level.
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C1096: Passages 111 Trio for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn. Sisra Publications (Arsis Press), 2003, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Mary Jeanne van Appledorn (1927-) is an American composer of contemporary classical music.  Passages III is a trio for clarinet, cello and piano that was commissioned in 2003 by Trio Montecino. The piece continues the composer's concept of creating movements based on the colors of a specific musical scale or motive. In six movements: I. Allegro (contains octatonic and modal scale constructions), II. Moderato (features energetic bi-chordal structures), III. Presto (octatonic melodic and vertical structures), IV. Fugato (a short four-voice fugue based on a Lydian tetrachordal subject), V. Mesmeric Moment (founded on pentatonic structures in the D Dorian scale), and VI. Marcato (features minor ninth chords alternating with quartal structures performed at sforzando dynamics throughout). College level.
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C1105: Six Studies in English Folk-Song (arranged for Clarinet and String Quartet) by Ralph Vaughan Williams arranged by Adam Lesnick. International Opus, 1994, SS, (includes parts and score). This popular piece (originally for cello and piano) was arranged by the composer for clarinet and piano. This version for clarinet and string quartet should be playable by better high school level players.
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C1638: Quartet in C major for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello by Adam Valentin Volckmar edited by Bernhard Päuler. Amadeus, 2004, SS, includes parts (which are 6 pages long) and score. Adam Valentin Volckmar (1770-1851) was a German organist, composer and school music teacher. He studied with a former student of CPE Bach. This edition includes parts for both B-flat and C clarinet. In four movements: Allegro, Mineutto (Allegro), Andante con moto espressivo, and Finale (Allegro poco molto). Early college level.
Volckmar: Trios & Quartets
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C1637: Quartet in F major for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello by Adam Valentin Volckmar edited by Bernhard Päuler. Amadeus, 2004, SS, includes parts (which are 6 pages long) and score. In five movements: Allegro non molto. Adagio un poco Andante. Minuetto/Allego spirituoso, Andante con Variationi (four variations), and Polacca/Poco Allegretto scherzando. College level.
Volckmar: Trios & Quartets
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C1639: Trio in B-flat major for Clarinet, Cello and Piano by Adam Valentin Volckmar edited by Bernhard Päuler. Amadeus, 2005, SS, includes parts and score. In three movements: Andante con moto/Allegro poco vivace, Poco Adagio, and Finale (Allegro). The clarinet and cello parts are early college level. The piano part which is important, may be a bit more difficult. 
Volckmar: Trios & Quartets
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C2076: A Short Quintet in E-flat for Clarinet and String Quartet by Richard Walthew. Rosewood, 1997/2012, SS, includes parts and score. Richard Walthew (1872-1951) was a British composer with a special affinity for chamber music. This piece was was written in 1917 and was commissioned by the well known amateur clarinetist Oscar W. Street Esq. While it is written as one continuos movement there are fermatas and one grand pause between sections. Having been lost for many years after last known performance in 1937, the manuscript parts were found in the 1980s and have finally been typeset. Early college level with an estimated duration of around 15 minutes. Here is a low qualify recording of the first modern performance in 1986 which includes a spoken introduction. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
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G101: Trio in D for clarinet in A (violin), horn (viola/bassoon/basset horn/bass clarinet) and piano by Richard Walthew. Rosewood, 2000.This piece is of intermediate length and in three movements: I. Allegro Moderato, II. Allegretto, and III. Lento/Allegro non troppo. Early college level.
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C1370: Gestural Variations Op. 43a for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano by Graham Waterhouse. Hofmeister, 1998, SS. Includes parts and piano score. Graham Waterhouse (1962-) is an English born and educated composer and a cellist who is based in Germany. Originally written for bassoon, oboe and piano, the work was rescored by the composer for this combination. Each variation evokes a different movement or gesture, such as those made by a mime or ballet dancer. College level with a duration of 13 minutes.
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C556: Weber Introduction, Theme and Variations for Clarinet and String Quartet by Carl Maria von Weber edited by Leonard Kohl. Bote & Bock, 1962/1998. This work begins with a Adagio introduction, then the theme (Allegretto), followed by six variations. It concludes with a 6/8 Allegro assai and ends in a final Vivo. Parts only (no score). We also have an edition for clarinet and piano.
Weber Clarinet Works - BerkesJože Kotar Klarinet/Clarinet/Klarinette

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C554: Weber Quintet for Clarinet in B-flat Major Op. 34 for clarinet and string quartet by Carl Maria von Weber. Robert Lienau. Four movements:  Allegro, Adagio ma non troppo, Minuet, and Rondo. The first and third movements are weak; however, the Adagio and Rondo show Weber at his best. The string parts are not difficult helping to make this an excellent college level work. We also have an edition from the same publisher for clarinet and piano.
Weber Clarinet Works - BerkesClarinet Virtuosi of the Past: Heinrich Baermann - SoamesHarold Wright Live Recital No. 3The Romantic Clarinet - Sharon KamJože Kotar Klarinet/Clarinet/KlarinetteKlarinettenquintette - Eric HoeprichMozart - Von Weber Clarinet Quintets - Charles Russo clarinet
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C886: Weber Quintet for Clarinet in B-flat Major Op. 34 for clarinet and string quartet by Carl Maria von Weber edited by Günter Haußwald revised by Wolfgang Meyer and Christoph Poppen. Breitkopf, 1989. This edition includes a Preface (in English and German) that provides the background and history of the works and remarks on the editing, Notes on the Revision, and a Critical Commentary that lists the individual edits. Four movements: Allegro, Adagio ma non troppo, Minuet, and Rondo. .
Weber Clarinet Works - BerkesClarinet Virtuosi of the Past: Heinrich Baermann - SoamesHarold Wright Live Recital No. 3The Romantic Clarinet - Sharon KamJože Kotar Klarinet/Clarinet/KlarinetteKlarinettenquintette - Eric HoeprichMozart - Von Weber Clarinet Quintets - Charles Russo clarinet
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C887: Weber Quintet for Clarinet in B-flat Major Op. 34 for clarinet and string quartet by Carl Maria von Weber edited by Stanley Drucker. International Music Co., 1958, SS. Four movements: Allegro, Adagio ma non troppo, Minuet, and Rondo.
Weber Clarinet Works - BerkesClarinet Virtuosi of the Past: Heinrich Baermann - SoamesHarold Wright Live Recital No. 3The Romantic Clarinet - Sharon KamJože Kotar Klarinet/Clarinet/KlarinetteKlarinettenquintette - Eric HoeprichMozart - Von Weber Clarinet Quintets - Charles Russo clarinet
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C1579: Quintet for Clarinet and Strings by Dan Welcher. Elkan-Vogel/Presser, 1984, SS, includes parts and score. For clarinet in A and string quartet. I. Furioso, II. Intermezzo (Gracioso), and III. Song with Variations (Amabile). A substantial and changeling work. The clarinet has the leading role but the string parts are also important and interesting. Duration about 28:30.
American Clarinet - Ramon Kireilis
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C1358: Air and Simple Gifts for Violin, Cello, Clarinet and Piano by John Williams. Hal Leonard, 2009, SS. Written especially for the Inaugural Ceremony of President Barack Obama on January 20, 2009. It is based on the on the familiar nineteenth century Shaker hymn Simple Gifts by Joseph Brackett. Duration is about 4:30. This edition has individual parts (including one for the piano) and a full score.
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C2017: From Here on Farther for Violin, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet and Piano by Stephen Wolpe. Peer-Southern Concert Music, 1984/1993, SS, includes parts and piano score. Stefan Wolpe (1902-1972) was born, studied and began his career in Germany, but moved to Palestine in 1934 and to the United States in 1938. This work was written in 1969. This work is in three sections, each of which begins with the same material. The score includes notes on the piece and the editing. This an advanced work with a duration of about 6 minutes. Here is a link to a recording.
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C908: Trio in D Minor Op. 3 for clarinet (or violin), cello, and piano by Alexander von Zemlinsky. Simrock, 1897, SS. Alexander von Zemlinsky (1871-1942) was an Austrian composer, conductor, and teacher. This is one of Zemlinsky earlier works and was published by Simrock at the recommendation of Brahms. The clarinet part requires both B-flat and A clarinets. In three movements: Allegro ma non troppo, Andante, and Allegro. This is an extended work with a duration of about 28 minutes.
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