The Clarinet in the Classical Period

Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN-13 : 0195342992

Page : 337 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 992 voters

A comprehensive study of the clarinet in use through the classical period, 1760 to 1830, a period of intensive musical experimentation. The book provides a detailed review and analysis of construction, design, materials, and makers of clarinets. Rice also explores how clarinet construction and performance practice developed in tandem with the musical styles of the period.

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