Clarinet Sonata: II. Andantino - Vivace e leggiero. Performed By: David Oppenheim, Leonard Bernstein; Album: Aaron Copland & Leonard Bernstein Play Their. Clarinet Sonata . Notes for: August 7, Even as an undergraduate at Harvard, Leonard Bernstein had strong ideas about what American music. Bernstein: Piano Trio, Clarinet Sonata, 3 Meditations, 13 Anniversaries & Touches Blendinger: Clarinet Concerto, Op. 72 & Media in vita, Op. View › Buy +.


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Dedicated to Arthur Honegger inthe work was one of the last pieces Poulenc would complete.

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The form is one familiar throughout history: The slow movement introduces harmonies not usually found in my music. They usually write their own anyway.

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