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Clarinet Concerto in A K622 1st movement Mozart Help Opus Details
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This version of Mozart's famous clarinet concerto is a duet between the piano and the clarinet. It has also been transposed into Bb major, so it can easily be played on a Bb clarinet, as most amateur clarinettists do not have a second clarinet in A.

Mozart wrote this concerto for his friend Anton Stadler, who was a fellow free-mason, and a clarinettist in the Vienna Court Orchestra. It was written in Mozart's last year, and has melancholy passages mixed with bright patches of sunlight. It explores beautifully the lovely low register of the clarinet.
Category: Concerto Orchestra Featuring Clarinet Classical Period
Time Signature 4 /4 Key Signature   Bb Major Play MP3 using player below.

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