Conradin Kreutzer (1780–1849) Variations Op. 36
edited by John Paul Newhill [clar,pno]
original scoring: clar,orch
During his lifetime, Conradin Kreutzer was known for his songs and stage works; one occasionally still finds his 'Nachtlager von Granada' in some opera guides.
28 pages | 23 x 30,5 cm | 125 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-48827-0 | Saddle Stitch
During his lifetime, Conradin Kreutzer was known for his songs and stage works; one occasionally still finds his "Nachtlager von Granada" in some opera guides. Kreutzer also wrote a number of clarinet works for his own very virtuoso use, such as the Variations Op. 36. In the work's original setting, the solo instrument is accompanied by a (string) orchestra. As a conductor in Stuttgart, Donaueschingen and Vienna, Kreutzer was able to draw on a number of good ensembles for his performances. Since there was no edition for clarinet and piano, John Newhill has come to the aid of performers by remedying this omission.