Nicolo Paganini was an Italian virtuoso violinist and composer. He wrote much of his music for his own performances, music so difficult that it was commonly thought that he entered into a pack with the Devil. In performance, Paganini enjoyed playing tricks, like tuning one of his strings a semitone high, or playing the majority of a piece on one string after breaking the other three. He astounded audiences with techniques that included harmonics, double stops, pizzicato with the left as well as the right hand, and near impossible fingerings and bowings. "Moto Perpetuo" is a classic example of a repeated note-pattern maintained throughout a composition. Optional cuts are indicated in this grade 6 arrangement that was penned for the Potsdam Clarinet Quartet. Duration: ca. 4:10.

Moto Perpetuo - Full Score
Arthur Frackenpohl
Woodwind Ensemble
Moto Perpetuo - 1st Bb Clarinet
Arthur Frackenpohl
Woodwind Ensemble
Moto Perpetuo - 2nd Bb Clarinet
Arthur Frackenpohl
Woodwind Ensemble
Moto Perpetuo - 3rd Bb Clarinet
Arthur Frackenpohl
Woodwind Ensemble
Moto Perpetuo - Bb Bass Clarinet
Arthur Frackenpohl
Woodwind Ensemble
Moto Perpetuo
Moto Perpetuo
$12.50

Arranger: Arthur Frackenpohl

Format: Woodwind Ensemble

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