WEBER GRAND DUO CONCERTANTE PROGRAM NOTES
Carl Maria von Weber – Grand Duo Concertant – The Piano Nerd
But in July of 1815, the 28 year old Carl Maria von Weber began writing his Grand Duo Concertant from the back to the front. He finished up the third movement first, then wrote the middle. And in November of 1816, when he was hitting the big “3-0”, he finished up the first movement.
Grand Duo Concertante for clarinet | Details | AllMusic
The finale dispels the darkness from the previous movement with the clarinet's joyful main theme. The music is gentle at first, but then bursts forth with greater energy and merriment. The ending is fast and brilliant, and features colorful writing for both instruments. The Grand Duo Concertante usually lasts just over 20 minutes.
Audio Reviews - November 2017 | The Clarinet [Online]
Audio Reviews – November 2017 The liner includes program notes written by the composers, which is an attribute. The first three pieces are multi-movement works that display both musician’s exceptional ability to communicate expressively and thoughtfully. By opening the album with Weber’s Grand Duo Concertante, Bunke immediately
Grand Duo Concertant (Weber) - Wikipedia
The Grand Duo Concertant, Opus 48, J204, is a three-movement work for clarinet and piano composed by Carl Maria von Weber from 1815 to 1816. It is a virtuosic piece for both instruments. Weber most likely composed the work for himself (on piano) and his friend Heinrich Baermann, a leading clarinettist of the era, although it has also been suggested that the intended clarinettist was Johann
Weber - Grand Duo Concertante, Op. 48, II. Andante con
Mar 07, 2015Matthew Ross, Flute Kseniia Polstiankina, Piano Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826) Grand Duo Concertante, Op. 48 II. Andante con moto trans. Matthew Ross February 25, 2015 Patricia Corbett Theater