Perpetual Motion - Paganini, Nicolò - Waignein, Andre
Solo for the clarinet section and concert band.The Italian violinist Nicolo Paganini, born in Genua (1782-1840), was famous for his exceptional virtuosity. He composed 24 capriccios and several concerti for violin. Under these compositions is written "Moto Perpetuum", that is featured on the standard repertoire of all contemporary virtuoso violinist players. André Waignein was inspired by this spectacular composition to make it into an arrangement for clarinet(s) and wind band. It obviously is based on virtuosity and will make the audience judge the technical skills of the soloist(s).