|Title||Telemann: Six Canonic Sonatas|
Bass Clarinet Duet
or Clarinet Duet
|Range||Extended range instrument NOT required|
Georg Philip Telemann (1681-1767) was one of the more prolific composers of the baroque era, and was known especially for his skills as a contrapuntalist. A perfect example is this charming set of six duo sonatas, each movement a perfect canon. The Six Canonic Sonatas were composed for flute or violin duo.
This transcription offers clarinetists and bass clarinetists an excellent set of baroque pieces for performance or study. Because of the range of the original, the duos are equally effective for clarinet duet or bass clarinet duet, and do not require use of the lowest or highest ranges of either instrument. The original keys and range have been maintained throughout.
Listen to the work in its original instrumentation!
33 pages, spiral bound