Bach was originally written for solo piano as an exercise for smooth transitions between the left and right hands. Dennis Smylie, bass clarinetist extraordinaire, arranged this piece for his bass clarinet students in order to practice reading music in bass clef. Dennis was a fascinating person and wonderful musician who was adept at performing on clarinets of all sizes with the bass clarinet being his favorite. He was a dedicated teacher and influenced many bass clarinet students during his long career. I studied with him for five summers at the Aspen Music Festival and it was there I discovered my love for the bass clarinet. This publication is dedicated to Dennis Smylie in great appreciation for passing on the love of his instrument to so many.
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The music is clearly laid out, although I found some of the shifting between staves and clefs quite tricky to start with. It is also quite challenging initially to follow all the accidentals. There does seem to be one error in the copy - the last note of bar 8 should, I think, be a D instead of C.
My piano teacher could play it 1count to a click on a metronome and it was set a It is easy to keep count because it is all made up of 16th notes. I would recommend this to anyone because it is a beautiful piece and every one should play it. Reply 6 Stars!!!! E on January Wow!!!! I hear many complements about this piece! I heard it once and I was blown away, there for I was inspired to learn this piece.
I describe this wonderful piece as brilliant, wonderful, sophisticated, and amazing. Reply Incredible Piece! It is hard at first because all you see is 16th notes. It is one of the best pieces i have played in all of my 7 years of piano. Everyone should play this song. Reply Returning to the piano by Mike on August After 20 years without a piano I recently purchased an electronic piano at an auction. When I went to look for the music I had played in the past it was no where to be found.
Solfeggietto was one of my favorite pieces to play and it was an easy purchase and download when I found it on the internet at Virtual Sheet Music. I will use them again when the time comes to purchase again.
Free Piano Sheet Music – Solfeggietto – C.P.E Bach
Solfeggietto Practice Diary
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