Carl Baermann: Tune Book 2, Op.63 - Band 2
Tune Book 2, Op.63 - Band 2
Carl Baermann (1810 - 1885)
Clarinet and piano
The clarinet method op. 63 by Carl Baermann from 1867 is still a standard work in classical clarinet education today. The thoroughly revised new edition aims at reviewing the educational concept, which is still valid today, for modern lessons, adjusting the music and texts, and sensibly complementing the teaching contents. The editor who draws on many years of experience as a clarinettist in an orchestra and university lecturer of clarinet has succeeded in adapting the valuable teaching material to the requirements of today while maintaining the basic methodology.
Due to trilingual nature of all editions (German, English, French), they can be used universally.
The tune books contain all performance pieces from the Clarinet Method Op. 63 by Carl Baermann for clarinet and piano. Thanks to the revised editions, they are now available as scores with inserted solo part for the first time. Thus, the popular performance pieces and studies can also be used separately from the textbook - as an addition to the repertoire of music lessons or simply as a collection of attractive performance pieces for pupils and advanced clarinettists. As with the two volumes of the Clarinet Method, the musical text of the tune books is based on the first edition of the method, and only few differences concerning articulation as well as several misprints and typographical errors were revised. By deleting the historical fingering instructions for the German fingering system, the clarinet method not only has a clean and, compared to the original, more clearly structured layout, but can also be used universally.
- Allegro moderato alla Polaca
- Tyrolienne- Andante
- Variations sentimentales
- Allegro grazioso