1st Clarinet in Eb part from Adagio from Clarinet Concerto KV622 for Solo Clarinet in Bb

Composer
W. A. Mozart
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Classical music

This arrangement of the Adagio, second movement, of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto is for Solo Clarinet in Bb with Clarinet Choir accompaniment. I have transposed the concert key up a semitone to Eb Major, which makes this an easier key for the accompanying instruments to play in. It also means that the solo part is notated the same as the original, making it easier for the soloist to memorise.

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