Clarinet Sonatas

Clarinet Sonatas

Clarinet Sonatas    18:00 on Wednesday, March 26, 2014          

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Posted by mrman93

I am expanding my clarinet repertoire and would like tips on good clarinet sonatas. Which do you consider worth learning and why?

clarinet Music    04:20 on Tuesday, May 20, 2014          

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Posted by clarinetmike

Greetings Mr Man,
I listen to music on Youtube and on my cds to find things I like and want to play, as well as my teachers choices as she knows a lot more that I do,

Re: Clarinet Sonatas    08:38 on Friday, May 30, 2014          

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Posted by EnglishSound


I can recommend the following sonatas:

Leonard Bernstein sonata, the two Brahms Sonatas, Poulenc sonata, Malcolm Arnold sonata also yu might like to try Five Bagatelles by Gerald Finzi, the Schumann Fantasy pieces and the Weber Concertino. Hope this helps, Graham

Re: Clarinet Sonatas    17:58 on Thursday, March 05, 2015          

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Posted by Pyface


Heartily agree with the above and would like to add a couple;
-Hindemith Sonata (very good for anyone beginning to move into advanced repertoire)
-Horovitz Sonatina (Brilliant jazz influenced piece (difficult))
-Schumann Romances
-Saint-Saens Sonata (Again, the first 3 movements are a great bridge into the advanced level)
-Stanford Sonata or Three Intermezzi
-Martinu Sonatina (Difficult but marvellous

Have fun!


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