Here are some pages from a set
of arrangements originally intended for solo clarinet with piano accompaniement.
The idea was not only to assoicate wonderful melodies from the standard repertoire
with the clarinet for the first time, but also to cull from differnet genres and
time periods as well. These examples include two from The Clarinet Album:
"Sonate E-moll," by Telemann (with piano composed by myself), and the
"Andante" of Mozart's Haffner Symphony. The rest of the set includes Beethoven's
Sonate Pathetique, Mvt. 2, "Prelude in Db-Major" (Raindrops), by Chopin,
the lied "Sehnsucht nach der Walgegand" by R. Schumann, and "The Laughing
Song" from Strauss' Die Fledermaus. The examples here are shown for violin
and flute. This was done to appeal to a wder group of instruments for marketing,
but it does display the verstaitilty of the entire set. There are versions for
flute, violin, clarinet, oboe, and alto saxophone. If anyone wishes to perform
any of these, please feel free to contact
me. You can listen to some of these on the Music
page under the Arrangements section.