Mendelssohn: Sonata in Eb

The only wind instrument for which Felix Mendelssohn wrote any solo works is the Clarinet. This Sonata, written by a young Mendelssohn, is genuine chamber music: the Clarinet and Piano are both used equally as a melody and an accompaniment instrument. The various playing characteristics of the Clarinet are not fully exploited; instead Mendelssohn focuses more on the cantabile character of the instrument.

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