pour Clarinette et Orchestre ou Piano-Jeanine Rueff (1922-1999) was a French composer and music educator. Her Concertino for Clarinet and orchestral or Piano accompaniment was first published in 1950 and remains a popular alternative piece in the advanced clarinetist's performance repertoire. Rueff wrote extensively for the Saxophone and Clarinet and her compositions are often used as required contest solos. Concertino is fast and contains complex rhythms. Other appealing musical features include chromaticism triplet motifs and the exploitation of the entire range of the Clarinet. Rueff's Concertino provides a challengingyet riveting piece for advanced clarinetists.
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