Weber Clarinet Concerto No 1 1st movement (arr for training orchestra)

Carl Maria Von Weber
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An arrangement of Carl Maria von Weber’s Clarinet Concerto no.1 for training orchestra. The 1st movement is not for purists! It’s been transposed from F Minor into E Minor to simplify the key for the string players who carry a large bulk of the accompanying. The clarinet soloist performs on a Clarinet in A to avoid having to change key from the original. There are also two significant cuts to reduce the total overall material to learn. It is designed to hold with piano & soloist, with the orchestral parts adding to the overall mix. As usual, please get in touch if you have use for it, or would like it tweaked for your purpose.

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Carl Maria Von Weber
Year of composition
Year of arrangement
Easy (Grades 1-3)
5 minutes
Orchestra + solo Clarinet in A
Classical music

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