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Franz Krommer Concerto for 2 Clarinets in Eb Major, Op. 91 – Home
Weber, Baermann, Mendelssohn, Krommer, Rossini: R epertoire at this time was written to explore the full range of the clarinet, result ing in a trend of many scalar and arppegiated melodi c lines. This too will aid in creating an effortless pass. Concertos For 2 Clarinets And Orchestra. With that in mind, I invite you to now listen to the entire third movement eyes closed if possible.
The minor key, middle movement, Adagio, starts out sounding very much like a Classical period funeral march. In the early nineteenth century, keommer character of the classical clarinet was often light and playful, which was arguably due to a want to follow in the success of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto.
Try closing your eyes, and listening to the following two clips of the 1st movementwhich are from a performance during my undergrad for best results, listen through headphones: Enjoy the ride of the antiphonal effect, that is only complimented by the kronmer rhythms and harmonies of Krommer.
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He spent the majority of his career in Vienna, where he held a number of posts as Kapellmeister. It is important that the players know their roles so that the effect is exactly this, and not two voices that feel that they are of equal importance.
Concerto for 2 clarinets & orchestra in E flat major, Op. 91
The final movement, like the last movement of Weber ‘s Clarinet Concerto No. Krommer suggests the latter, for he wanted to create an antiphonal effect. Listen to how Meyer and Bliss take on their respective roles. Not only is there a directional and content interest for the ear, but there is now more of an independence between the parts that requires the ear to engage in a sort of character play.
Thirds are less challenging to make sound pleasing to the ear. The clarinetists enjoy a little more solo time within this movement, and the individual parts are largely written with the intent of call and response.
Krommer – Concerto for 2 clarinet Op.91 1/3
Generally, the lower octave will probably need to be brought down in pitch. This was Krommer’s second of two double clarinet concertos. Audience comments often go something like, “That’s so cute! The opening Allegro is unusual in that the clarinets begin with the orchestra for a brief introduction of the main theme, which is followed by a developmental section for orchestra alone before the clarinets present the true exposition.
This displacement of where the sound is coming from, and actual pitch movement creates a different type of listening experience, that pp especially heightened when you eliminate the sense of sight. Click here for a full PDF of the third movement if you wish to see what you hear.
This interplay is largely built right into the score, however there is still a lot krokmer rel ies on the players’ technique and willingness to become one overall voice.
Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. These intervals are normally octaves or thirds. Krommer also loved to write sustained passages where the clarinets would create one suspension after another. This passage must also feel like it is always calmly pressing forwards so that the passing of the melody is seamless, therefore causing the listener’s ear to be interested in finding what has changed. The listener’s sense of hearing is always moving to comprehend and find what is being heard, even if it is right in front of them.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Especially successful within keommer performance is how the interjections are the slightest bit anticipated for a continued cohesive surprise: As mentioned above, the concerto has been written in such a way that it becomes a stereo experience. This is not the case in Krommer’s writing, which is a po thing as it helps to eliminate any assumptions regarding the relationship between skill and part assignment.
Allow Meyer and Bliss to demonstrate: