Clarinet trio

Summary

A clarinet trio is a chamber ensemble that consists of a clarinet, a bowed string instrument and a piano, or a musical work for such an ensemble. The string instrument can be a cello, a viola, or a violin. Therefore, a clarinet trio can be referred to below:

Notable works for clarinet trioEdit

Wolfgang Amadeus MozartEdit

Ludwig van BeethovenEdit

The clarinet part of both works by Beethoven can be and is often substituted with a violin.

Johannes BrahmsEdit

Darius MilhaudEdit

  • Suite for violin, clarinet and piano, Op. 157b (1936)

Béla BartókEdit

Alexander von ZemlinskyEdit