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Franz Schubert: Clarinet Album

(Arranger: James Rae)

  • for clarinet and piano
  • Instrumentation details:
    clarinet in Bb
    piano
  • Composer: Franz Schubert
  • Arranger: James Rae
  • Table of contents:
    : Heidenröslein
    : An die Nachtigall
    : An die Musik
    : Das Wandern
    : Ständchen
    : Du bist die Ruh
    : Entre-Acte aus "Rosamunde"
    : Ballett aus "Rosamunde"
    : Menuetto und Trio aus "Symphonie Nr. 5"
    : Marche Militaire
    : Schubertiade (Coverfoto von Schmid)
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Franz Schubert: Clarinet Album for clarinet and piano | UE21398

The Most Beautiful Schubert Lieder

  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Grade: 2-5
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-3332-1
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-07868-2
€21.50
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Description

Schubert for clarinet Together with Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert is considered to be the founder of romantic music in German-speaking countries. He mainly owes this reputation to the composition of more than 600 songs, many of which, even today, are an integral part of every singers repertoire. For this album James Rae has selected some of Schuberts most beautiful melodies from both his vocal and instrumental works and arranged them for clarinet. Its expressive sound, coupled with Schuberts unique melodies, is a homage to the great composer and should enrich every clarinet players repertoire.

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Contents

  • Heidenröslein
  • An die Nachtigall
  • An die Musik
  • Das Wandern
  • Ständchen
  • Du bist die Ruh
  • Entre-Acte aus "Rosamunde"
  • Ballett aus "Rosamunde"
  • Menuetto und Trio aus "Symphonie Nr. 5"
  • Marche Militaire
  • Schubertiade (Coverfoto von Schmid)

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