Three Divertissements; For Four Clarinets by : Henri Tomasi
“French composer and conductor; Henri Tomasi (1901-1971) published Three Divertissements for Clarinet Quartet in 1964. As with his other wind compositions; Three Divertissements was well-received by audiences. Tomasi was born in Marseille; but his Father and Mother were originally from La Casinca in Corsica. Despite being pressured into musical studies by his parents; Tomasi dreamed of becoming a sailor; and during the summer; he stayed with his Grandmother in Corsica where he learnt traditional Corsican songs. However; in 1921; he began his studies at the Paris Conservatoire and went on to become a high profile composer and conductor. Tomasi did not forget his Corsican routes; often incorporating themes of the songs he had learnt during the summers with his Grandmother into his compositions. The Three Divertissements are named; 1) Proceedings; 2) Masquerade; and 3) Rounds. This Tomasi piece is suitable to an advanced Clarinet Quartet; providing an exciting alternative addition to the ensemble repertoire.”
| Length x Width x Height||12 x 9 x 0.19 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.34 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL48182297|
| 1st Publication Date||05/2018|
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