Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??

Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??

    
Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??    21:56 on Thursday, July 5, 2007          

freakthmusicgeek
(12 points)

I've been messing around with these pieces lately...

Mozart Clarinet Concerto
Weber Concertos 1 and 2
Weber Concertino
Weber Grand Duo Concertant (can you tell I LOVE Weber?)
Premiere Rhapsodie** (working on right now)
Hindemith Sonata
Stravinsky Three Pieces for Clarinet Solo

A few of these I've played before, and am just practicing so i don't forget how to play them...


Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??    02:08 on Friday, July 6, 2007          

Klarinet88
(32 points)
Posted by Klarinet88

This year I only played Concerto no 3 (C Stamitz) and Introduction, theme and variations (F David, NOT Rossini). But for the holidays my teacher gave me lots of work.

Studies: 20 etudes faciles (Delécluse), 60 etudes book 1 (Costes), 12 etudes de rythme (Bitsch), 15 etudes (Bach), 40 etudes book 2 (Rose), 30 etudes (Klosé) and etudes carateristique (Klosé) + all scales major and minor

Repertoire: Concertino (CMv Weber), Sonate (F Poulenc), Sonatine (M Arnold), Sonatine (B Heiden), Concerto (L Kozeluch), Solo de concours (A Messager), Five bagatelles (G Finzi), Sonatine (B Martinu), Monolog (Y Stankovitsj) and Fantasia (F Alpaerts)

And then of course there are the pieces some of you already mentioned that I really want to play like Saint-Saëns, Lutoslawski, Stravinsky. But I'll have to find some free time first. So maybe I'll give these pieces as an answer when someone pops this question again next summer.


Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??    07:59 on Friday, July 6, 2007          

altoclardude
(22 points)
Posted by altoclardude

Brahms Sonata No. 1-second movement
Hindemith sonata for clarinet and piano-first movement
Mozart Quintet K581-second movement
Once in while I play duet #6 from "Fifteen Grand Duets" from the Klose book with my teacher.


Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??    23:15 on Monday, August 6, 2007          

jvanullen
(186 points)
Posted by jvanullen

My current repitoire is as follows...

-Concertos by Mozart, Weber (1,2, and Concertino), Copland, Neilsen, Stamitz #3 and Sphor (1 and 3).
-Sonatas by Heiden, Hindemith, Poulenc, Saint-Saens, Copland, Bernstein, Brahms (Both).
-Adagio and Tarantella, Cavallini
-Carnival of Venice, Paul Jeanjean
-Arabesques, Paul Jeanjean
-Introduction, Theme, and Variations, Rossini
-Sonatina, Frackenpohl
-Various Pieces from the Aria Book, Richard Stoltzman
-Grand Duo Concertante, C M von Weber
-Premiere Rhapsody, Debussy
-Petite Piece, Debussy
-Hillindale Waltzes, Babin

I think that is about it. If I notice that I forgot one I will edit this.


Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??    19:31 on Tuesday, August 14, 2007          

lacruiser
(10 points)
Posted by lacruiser

Well, I've had my clarinet for 1 week now, and I've got the first 16 measures of Bach Bouree, ala Jethro Tull. Plus a lot of other simple tunes.

This is fun stuff!



Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??    12:15 on Friday, September 28, 2007          

megs_905
(18 points)
Posted by megs_905

Hello How are you??

We are going to Walt Disney World to play at if we are accepted and we are going to play for a movie soundtrack.

Also we are going to 2 music festivals.

We are playing:

High School Musical
80's Flashback
Avra Maria??
Novena
Lilo and Stitch the Movie

and many more. Too many to name them all.


Re: What Pieces are You Learing/Playing this Year??    23:22 on Sunday, October 7, 2007          

alxx
(60 points)
Posted by alxx

Seems like you guys are playing mostly classical pieces.



I'm more into Jazz
(recently joined uni music society jazz band - technical uni so no music faculty)

For the show coming up soon having to learn

So What
Take Five
Work Song - Nat Aderly
Watermelon man - Herbie Hancock
Canteloupe Island
Sway(Quien Sera)

For myself
Nows the time - Charlie Parker

Having fun learning to solo/improvise.

One I would love to learn when I'm a bit better(more practised)is

Good Bless the Child by Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuiIyDxa750
That guy was amazing - note how he has his ligature


Also
Benny Goodman


These guys are also amazing
clarinet gang http://clarinetgang.com/
Mix of Klezmer , classical and Jazz
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-AYtHFuecU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9L7_RaTw6I
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=TheClarinetGang&search=tag



Got back into playing earlier this year after a twenty year break since Highschool

<Added>

Play both Bb and bass clarinet.


   








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