Ensemble Repertoire for Woodwind Quintet Bass Clarinet (alternate for Bassoon)


Ensemble Repertoire for Woodwind Quintet Bass Clarinet (alternate for Bassoon)

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Clarinet Choir Repertoire (Bass Clarinet Part) Ensemble Collection by Various


Clarinet Choir Repertoire (Bass Clarinet Part) Ensemble Collection by Various

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Clarinet Choir Repertoire (Bass Clarinet Part) Ensemble Collection by Various


Clarinet Choir Repertoire (Bass Clarinet Part) Ensemble Collection by Various

$4.95



Beginning with Horák, many avid gamers have commissioned works for the tool, and consequently there now exists a repertoire of hundreds of solo works, many by favourite overseas composers reminiscent of Brian Ferneyhough and David Lang. In addition to Horák, other expert performers come with Henri Bok Netherlands, his pupil Luís Afonso Brazil, Dennis Smylie United States, Tommie Lundberg Sweden, Harry Sparnaay Netherlands, who has worked with crucial composers equivalent to Luciano Berio, Iannis Xenakis, and Morton Feldman, Evan Ziporyn United States, and Michael Lowenstern United States; the latter two are also composers. The first jazz album on which the leader solely played bass clarinet was Great Ideas of Western Mann 1957 by Herbie Mann, better called a flautist. However, avant garde musician Eric Dolphy 1928–1964 was the 1st major jazz soloist on the device, and dependent much of the vocabulary and technique utilized by later performers. He used all of the range of the instrument in his solos. Bennie Maupin emerged in the late 1960s as a primary player of the tool, gambling on Miles Davis's seminal record Bitches Brew as well as several data with Herbie Hancock's Mwandishi group. His style resembles Dolphy's in its use of superior harmonies. While the bass clarinet has been used often since Dolphy, it is typically used by a saxophonist or clarinetist as a second or third tool; such musicians include David Murray, Marcus Miller, John Surman, John Gilmore, Bob Mintzer, John Coltrane to whom Dolphy's mother left some of Dolphy's contraptions adding his bass clarinet, Brian Landrus, James Carter, Steve Buckley, Andy Biskin, Don Byron, Julian Siegel, Gunter Hampel, Michel Portal, and Chris Potter. Very few performers have used the instrument exclusively, but such performers include Berlin based bass clarinetist Rudi Mahall, and French bass clarinetists Louis Sclavis and Denis Colin. Klezmer clarinetist Giora Feidman is known for idiosyncratic use of the bass clarinet on some klezmer and jazz tunes. There are a number of devices that may arguably be regarded the first bass clarinet.

Clarinet Choir Repertoire (Bass Clarinet Part) Ensemble Collection by Various Clarinet Choir Repertoire (Bass Clarinet Part) Ensemble Collection by Various Ensemble Repertoire for Woodwind Quintet Bass Clarinet (alternate for Bassoon)