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Allegro - Melvin Warner - Clarinet Candescence (CD, Album)

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  2. Buy Clarinet Candescence by Melvin Warner, C.M. Weber Von, Louis Spohr, Donald Martino, Carl Maria von Weber, Igor Stravinsky, Krzysztof Penderecki, William O. Smith, Allan Dameron, Sylvia Reynolds Henry, Jerry Horner, Diane Ragains, Peter Middleton from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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  5. Allegro Clarinet Trio version. Clarinet Trio Classical Clarinet Trio Classical Clarinet Trio Free Sheet Music Vivaldi - Spring from The Four Seasons 1. Allegro Difficulty: difficult. Sheet music and accompaniment CD. Solo part and standard notation. Op. 8, Nos. ; RV 35 pages. Published by Music Minus One" more info "10 Bassoon.
  6. Rose 32 Etudes for Clarinet John Walker, Franz Ferling, Cyrille Rose (arr.), Melvin Warner (ed.) Clarinet.
  7. This edition of the best-selling 32 Rose Etudes for clarinet students is a repackaging of the revised/corrected edition with the accompaniment CD, previously sold separately. Meticulously revised and edited by clarinetist Melvin Warner, this edition contains valuable insight into both the original author Cyrille Rose and Franz Wilhelm Reviews: 2.
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  9. Composition and premiere. The Three Miniatures were composed when Penderecki was only 23 and still a music student. They were dedicated to Władysław Kosieradzki, who was the clarinet professor at the Academy of Music in Kraków, and were premiered by the dedicatée at the clarinet and Zbigniew Jeżewski at the piano in the Polish Composers' Union concert, which took place in November

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