Krommer's Concerto for two clarinets in E flat, Op. 35, dates from just a decade after Mozart's Clarinet concerto, but in style and idiom, it could hardly be more different. The orchestration, particularly in the majestic opening movement (Allegro) is calculated to create maximum effect, and even if some of the effects come straight from the opera stage, the solo writing for the two clarinets is both entertaining and ingenious.
|HAFABRA Music||Nº 46 ISRC BE-O89-13-00046|
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