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    Does anyone knows is there any clarinet and tenor sax duo? I'm not interested in transcriptions of some pieces for different instruments. I want pieces written originally for these instruments. Or at least clarinet, tenor sax and piano trio?

    Thanks for help in advance!

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    Webern's Op. 22 is a quartet featuring clarinet and tenor sax with violin and piano, unfortunately that's the best I can do off the top of my head.

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    there's a suite of alec wilder but it's for clarinet and soprano sax

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    This page might have some pointers, though the message seems to be there aren't many - if any! - works like you want.

    http://test.woodwind.org/oboe/BBoard...57056&t=256958

    I wonder why you don't want arrangements?

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    Thank you for your posts! I've known and listened Webern's Op 22 and it is very interesting.

    Thanks for this link Jeremy Marchant, I will check it! I didn't really expressed myself well. I don't need scores or anything, I was just wondering is there works written for this combination of instruments
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    Nice sharing that you have posted.
    I also have this type of question but got answered after to read it.
    It is really interested thing which are hardly known by many persons..

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    Default Original duo for cl/tsax

    There is a piece called "Mad Rush to the End"
    composed by Charles Savage (Ohio Universityin Zanesville).
    Contact him for publishing info and to order
    the piece. There's also an original duo for alto sax
    and clarinet by Nikola Resanovic called "The
    Ox and The Lark". There's a clarinet duo version
    that *may* work on tenor...not sure, but it's
    worth trying!







    Quote Originally Posted by contra7 View Post
    Does anyone knows is there any clarinet and tenor sax duo? I'm not interested in transcriptions of some pieces for different instruments. I want pieces written originally for these instruments. Or at least clarinet, tenor sax and piano trio?

    Thanks for help in advance!

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    "Mad Rush" is for clarinet and tenor sax only (no piano).

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    Default Clarinet & Tenor Sax Duo?

    Well, not for tenor, but I have a duo for clarinet and alto sax, called "blur."

    It was commissioned by Dinosaur Annex (Boston), has been performed by a number of saxophonists around the country and in Italy, and was just released by saxophonist Jan Berry Baker on her new CD "Citizens of Nowhere" (Albany Records, 20130).

    http://www.lansingmcloskey.com/blursax.html

    BTW, in reference to Webern's op.22 mentioned above, I also have a piece that is performed INSIDE the Webern quartet! You have to check it out to see what I mean:

    http://www.lansingmcloskey.com/quartettrope.html

    Lansing McLoskey

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