Humoreske for clarinet quartet

$9.00

Paul Juon (1872-1940), a little-known Russian born Swiss composer, wrote many excellent works that are rarely heard today. This clarinet quartet is an arrangement of his Humoreske, op. 18, no. 7 for clarinet or violin, cello, and piano. It is one of his original “Nine Miniatures for Piano” that he wrote in 1920. This piece has a Baltic gypsy flavor that reflects the composer's Russian heritage. It pairs well with Juon's Reverie, which is also available on ScoreVivo.

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Title:
Reverie
Composer:
Paul Juon
Arranger:
Brent Smith
Tempo/Style:
Molto Allegro ma non troppo
Length:
2 minutes to 3 minutes
Parts:
4 parts
Difficulty:
Moderate
Instruments:
4 Clarinets (Bb or A)

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