Spohr Concerto No. 1 for Clarinet and Piano in C minor, Op. 26, Ed. Stanley Drucker
The Clarinet Concerto in C minor of 1809 is the very first work by Louis Spohr to grace Henle's catalog. The first in a series of four concertos written by Spohr for the virtuoso Johann Simon Hermstedt has lost nothing of its romantic magic and belongs to the standard repertoire of every clarinettist.
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