Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Clarinet and Piano (Rosanov)
||Sergey Rosanov (1870–1937)
||Moscow: Muzgiz, 1929. Plate M. 9653 Г.
||Clearly violin range, and no place to breathe.
||Aria and Presto
These two movements do not come from the same sonata:
- The Aria is the third movement of the Sonata in E minor, Book 4 No.1. It has a tempo marking of Allegretto which is Rosanov's, not Aubert's. The original consists of two arias, in parallel minor/major, which are combined here with written out Da Capos, and a Da Capo to the first Aria after the end of the second Aria (it may not have been performed this way originally). There is extra ornamentation in the original that might be interesting source material to look at.
- The Presto is the fifth movement of the Sonata in E minor, Book 5 No.1.