Spohr Clarinet Concerto No 1 C minor Op 26 Piano Sheet Music Henle Urtext Book


Spohr Clarinet Concerto No 1 C minor Op 26 Piano Sheet Music Henle Urtext Book

$26.95

Spohr Konzert No.1 in C minor, Opus 26 for Clarinet and Orchestra


Spohr Konzert No.1 in C minor, Opus 26 for Clarinet and Orchestra

$12.50



Today several programs survived, on the one hand the German System a little by little advantage of Denner's System, that's played mainly in Germany and Austria. Then there are forks that technically and from the appearance remain German style: the Albert System or simple system it truly is utilized in Jazz and the oriental clarinet, both are comparable to a German clarinet of around 1870. Shortly after this the German flute maker Theobald Boehm led to two advancements to the device making world:On the only hand, he created a mathematical basis for the perfect calculation of the position of tone holes and on theother hand, he invented the hoop key. The ring key makes it feasible to cover a hole larger than the finger that lieson the ring key. On this basis the Frenchman Hyacinthe Klosé developed the "Boehm" clarinet model, his tool makerBuffet began building it in 1839. Being French himself, he was better arranged to handle the gatekeepers of theParisian Music Academy than Ivan Müller, his device was accredited and is played in the entire world today.

Spohr Clarinet Concerto No 1 C minor Op 26 Piano Sheet Music Henle Urtext Book Spohr Konzert No.1 in C minor, Opus 26 for Clarinet and Orchestra