Title Bassoon Sonata, Op. 9 by Gustav Schreck
Instrumentation Bass Clarinet & Piano
Range Extended range instrument required
Price $15
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Gustav Schreck (1849-1918) was a German music teacher, composer, and choirmaster of St. Thomas School in Leipzig from 1893 to 1918. His Bassoon Sonata, Op.9, is one of his more well-known works, performed frequently on bassoon and also occasionally transcribed for other instruments.

This arrangement for bass clarinet by Dalton Ringey, which maintains the key and range of the original work, makes this very effective performance piece available to the serious student of the bass clarinet. It is an excellent addition to the repertoire, as a strong choice for contest, audition or recital for the advanced high school or college bass clarinetist.

Alea is pleased to also publish Mr. Ringey's arrangements of Mozart's Bassoon Concerto and Weber's Andante and Hungarian Rondo.


Listen to the work in its original instrumentation!

Catalog Info #ALEA1098
Score: 27 pages, spiral bound
Part: 7 pages, staple bound