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Sonata K. 322. Domenico Scarlatti. Bass Clarinet sheet music.

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Sonata K. 322. Domenico Scarlatti. Bass Clarinet hoja de música.

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Sonata K. 322 composed by Domenico Scarlatti. 1685-1757. For clarinet, bass clarinet. Duo score. 3 pages. Published by Alea Publishing. A7.ALEA1115. Domenico Scarlatti. 1685-1757. was an Italian composer of the Baroque period who spent much of his life in the service of the Spanish and Portuguese royal families. He composed a large catalog of works in a variety of musical forms, but today is primarily known for his more than 500 keyboard sonatas. While many of these one-movement sonatas are showpieces for keyboard technique, some, such as the Sonata K. 322, are wonderful examples of simple Baroque counterpoint. In this transcription for clarinet and bass clarinet duet, the range of the original work is maintained, with the clarinet taking the lovely melody and the bass clarinet covering the simple bass line. Neither player is presented with any great challenges of technique or range, and an extended range instrument is NOT required for the bass clarinet part. The one-movement sonata, with two repeated sections, has a total duration of approximately 3 minutes. The work would make an excellent ensemble contest selection for young students.

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Sonata K. 322 composed by Domenico Scarlatti. 1685-1757. Para clarinete, clarinete bajo. Puntuación Duo. 3 páginas. Publicado por Editorial Alea. A7.ALEA1115. Domenico Scarlatti. 1685-1757. fue un compositor italiano de la época barroca que pasó gran parte de su vida al servicio de las familias reales de España y Portugal. Compuso un gran catálogo de obras en una variedad de formas musicales, pero hoy en día se conoce sobre todo por sus más de 500 sonatas para teclado. While many of these one-movement sonatas are showpieces for keyboard technique, some, such as the Sonata K. 322, are wonderful examples of simple Baroque counterpoint. In this transcription for clarinet and bass clarinet duet, the range of the original work is maintained, with the clarinet taking the lovely melody and the bass clarinet covering the simple bass line. Neither player is presented with any great challenges of technique or range, and an extended range instrument is NOT required for the bass clarinet part. The one-movement sonata, with two repeated sections, has a total duration of approximately 3 minutes. The work would make an excellent ensemble contest selection for young students.