This is a piano reduction of a work originally composed for clarinet and orchestra; orchestra cues are provided throughout. The one-movement piece with nine variations is a real showpiece for clarinet. Reprint edition.
Jeanjean's etudes were first published in 1924, and take their cue from the music of Debussy, Ravel and others. This edition includes an introduction, glossary of scales, glossary of chords and glossary of fingerings.
With an introduction. Jeanjean composed these studies with an eye on the developments of music during his time. The CDs include recordings by Neidich.
Music by 20th century clarinetist Cahuzac, as well as works by Gabriel Pierne, Alamiro Giamperi, Paul Jeanjean, and Rimsky-Korsakov. With Misaki Baba, piano.
The final volume in this set contains the most challenging etudes. The eleven selections are by Bozza, Fürsteneau, Jeanjean, Brun, Paganini and Ruggiero. With a preface in several languages.
This work is the earliest known example of music for this combination of instruments. The piece was also groundbreaking in its use of the upper range in the bass clarinet. With biographical and program notes.
…and Claudia Weissbarth. Contents: Caprices, Op. 26 / by Theobald Böhm -- Etudes, Op. 15 / by Joachim Andersen -- Etudes modernes / by Paul Jeanjean -- Caprices, Op. 107 / by Sigfrid Karg-Elert -- Caprices, Op. 4 / by Heiner Reitz. With a preface, notes on the composers and performance suggestions…