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Concerto for Clarinet and Chamber Ensemble

Classical/Contemporary • 2010
 
     
 

Concerto for Clarinet and Chamber Ensemble

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Instrumentation
Piano, Flute, Flute piccolo, Clarinet, Bassoon, Oboe, Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass, Glockenspiel, Marimba, Triangle, Vibraphone, Cymbals, Bass drum, Wood block, Tom-tom
Scored for
Solo, Chamber orchestra
Type of score
Full score
Movement(s)
1 to 2 from 2
Publisher
Alexander Shchetynsky
Difficulty
Very difficult
Duration
17'0
Clarinet concerto consists of two contrasting movements. The first is a soft and delicate scherzo with light vanishing passages of clarinet covered by echoes of the ensemble. The second movement starts with meditative psalmody, as if the instruments recite a hidden sacred text. The theme undergoes intensive elaboration and spreads this quasi-vocal style of playing among all the instruments, including percussion and having the most strange appearance in tom-toms brief cadenza. At the certain point the slow movement is interrupted by animated episode which leads to the dramatic climax of the whole piece. Solo clarinet always plays the role of the leader of the ensemble, its challenging part contains many virtuoso elements and exploits various expressive and technical recourses. The technical basement of the piece is a combination of free atonality and modality which also incorporates some tonal elements. Concerto was premiered in 2010 in New York by Alan R. Kay and The New Paths Ensemble conducted by David Alan Miller.
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