Three Progressive Clarinet Duets  2 Clarinets  Crusell Book Only EP7780


Three Progressive Clarinet Duets 2 Clarinets Crusell Book Only EP7780

£16.45

3 Duos op. 6 Crusell, Bernhard Henrik  set of parts 2 clarinets


3 Duos op. 6 Crusell, Bernhard Henrik set of parts 2 clarinets

£14.00



The design of the clarinet was enhanced by the tip of the eighteenth century. The two keys gave way to 5 or 6, giving the instrument more pitch handle. Composers and virtuoso performers started to make the most some of the signal qualities of the clarinet, its versatile dynamic range, from whisper soft to loud and penetrating. Mozart composed a concerto for clarinet in 1791, showing that he realized its possibilities as a solo instrument. By 1800, most orchestras included clarinets. The clarinet built additional in the nineteenth century. Its intonation was improved by a rearrangement of the holes, more keys were added, and the tool's range was prolonged. Virtuoso performers toured Europe and inspired composers such as Spohr and Weber to write down clarinet concertos and chamber works. Instruments continued to be created from boxwood, though makers experimented with silver and brass as well. Someclarinets were produced from cocuswood, a tropical wood found mostly in Jamaica. French makers began making clarinets out of ebony, a heavy, dark wood from Africa, in the mid nineteenth century.

3 Duos op. 6 Crusell, Bernhard Henrik set of parts 2 clarinets Three Progressive Clarinet Duets 2 Clarinets Crusell Book Only EP7780