Michaela Cundari performs the Vanhal Sonata in Bb at her senior recital. Carl Maria von Weber. Vanhal: Clarinet Sonatas. By Johann Baptist Vanhal, Luigi Magistrelli. • 11 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Clarinet Sonata in C Major: I. Allegro moderato. Vanhal, Sciroli, Et Al: Clarinet Sonatas / Magistr by on CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - ArkivMusic. Great prices. Best service.
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Whole passages whose true sound is two octaves vanhal clarinet sonata are notated in the source transposed into the high treble clef. The concerto is, indeed, extant only in a single source, from the estate of the double-bass virtuoso, Johannes Sperger Schwerin, Landesbibliothek Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Did he also have his finger in the pie? Extensive handwriting comparison done while preparing the new Henle edition revealed vanhal clarinet sonata in the first two movements probably all!
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Here, these could vanhal clarinet sonata of the greatest consequence for musical practice. Differing from the source was, for instance, the following passage, often played up to now an octave lower from the treble clef, m. I, measure 93 2nd note —in the original octave register The theme of the IInd movement in the source is also notated an octave higher than printed in many editions: In addition, entries by at least one other, unknown vanhal clarinet sonata are present.
In editing, these further additions involve differentiated solutions: Section from the double bass part, mvt.
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Musically not mandatory, but logical, formally cf. The later addition was adopted as an option in the edition. Musically questionable, since the melodic voice-leading was destroyed vanhal clarinet sonata mm.
Furthermore, the parallel spot mm. This later addition was not adopted in the vanhal clarinet sonata. Frequently in your Vanhal edition you have not adjusted parallel spots; also, differing articulation in parallel parts was not unified. Can we also vanhal clarinet sonata being faithful to the sources?
For me this would perhaps be the case if, regardless of the musical context, inaccuracies and mistakes in the source culminating in recognizable errors find their way into the music text.
Here, subtle differences mirror the articulation diversity typical of the time. The 3rd measure of vanhal clarinet sonata theme in the first movement already shows an astounding wealth of playful variants!
I, theme, articulation variants in mm.
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Normally in our editions for strings, we have an unmarked Urtext part as well as a part marked to show bowing suggestions and fingering. In the Viennese double bass concertos, on the other hand, the Urtext part is considered only in the piano score.
vanhal clarinet sonata
The reason for this vanhal clarinet sonata the already mentioned notation of the large portion of the solo part transposed into the high treble clef. In the piano score this notation can vanhal clarinet sonata retained without problem. In adding fingering and bowing suggestions for the marked part, I am, in general, extremely cautious see the Dragonetti blog.
For this reason the solo parts enclosed in all the Viennese concertos are basically a synthesis: Next to transparency and source reliability, the publication has in particular one focus: