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Rating: 3 Not authentic by on October 25, 2009 @6:23 am PST
Adapted transcription for clarinet in B flat.
The original was for clarinet in D
Rating: 4 great! on May 12, 2009 @5:30 pm PST
The music was very good and very accurate. Molter's pieces are so fun to play and not ultra hard like Sporh. The only thing that was wrong with it was it had very few slurs. Maybe that was the way it was supposed to be or something but it gives you some type of freedom(i guess). Overall it is a very good piece!
Rating: 3 Baroque clarinet by on March 16, 2008 @4:33 pm PST
Well, the piece has apparently been transposed to be played in C on a B flat instrument. I have recently started playing a copy of a Zencker two-key clarinet in D, which I "think" is the original key, so I'll have to rewrite the whole thing in the "correct" key, which would be in D to read from a concert part on the baroque instrument - or should it be transposed to read in C on the D clarinet? I rated it "high" because of the extremely high tessitura for such an early instrument - I believe it should be up a third. Some notes would be helpful.

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