Rondo from "Concerto No 1, Op 73" (arr Schmalz)

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Carl Maria von Weber

Carl Maria von Weber (arr. Schmalz)

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General Info

Year: 1811 /
Duration: c. 6:30
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Original Medium: Clarinet and orchestra
Publisher: Phoebus Publications
Cost: Score and Parts (print) - $45.00


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Program Notes

Carl Maria von Weber wrote his Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F minor, Op. 73 (J. 114) for the clarinettist Heinrich Bärmann in 1811. The piece is considered a gem in the instrument's repertoire. It is written for clarinet in Bb. The work consists of three movements in the form of fast, slow, fast.

The third movement contrasts with the preceding movements because of the light character. It is a typical rondo that usually ends a three-movement concerto. Instances like this in other similar works include the third movement of Weber's Clarinet Concerto No. 2 and Mozart's Clarinet Concerto.

- Program Note from Wikipedia


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  • United States Coast Guard Band (New London, Conn.) (Adam Williamson, conductor; Jonathan Towne, clarinet) – 6 May 2018

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