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  • G. Henle Verlag


    Beethoven: Clarinet Trios, Op. 11 and, Op. 38

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    • Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
    • Editor: Friedhelm Klugmann
    • Format: Set of Parts
    • Instrumentation: Clarinet Trio (Clarinet, Cello, Piano)
    • ISMN: 9790201803425
    • Size: 9.3 x 12.2 inches
    • Pages: 112
    • Urtext / Critical Edition


    Beethoven composed his Clarinet Trios, Op. 11 and 38 in 1798 and 1802/03. The, Op. 11 was given the nickname "Gassenhauer Trio" because its third movement is a set of variations on a theme from Joseph Weigl's opera L'amor marinaro ("Gassenhauer" means a "popular song"). Playing with many possibilities in these nine variations, Beethoven sometimes lets the piano appear alone, and sometimes has it rest. in places the mood is that of a sort of funeral march, and there are harmonic and rhythmic surprises throughout. The, Op. 38 "Grand Trio", the later of the two, was a reworking by Beethoven himself of his, Op. 20 Septet. He provided – as also in the case of, Op. 11 – an alternative violin part, in order to give the work broader distribution and thus greater popularity. The violin parts are likewise included with our Urtext edition, which – just as back then- makes it doubly valuable.