||"Sonatina in G (Op. 100) by A. Dvorak has been transcribed for Clarinet in A and piano in 2004 by Dr. William OíNeil. This is a major recital work with 4 movements (Allegro resoluto; Larghetto; Molto vivace, and Allegro).
The Sonatina in G Major by Dvorak is a great piece for violin. It has
been attempted for clarinet before with some success, but with the
drawback that the solo part is left alone and it is the accompaniment
that has been transposed. This makes for very unhappy pianists, who
have to learn the piece both in G and in F. Far more reasonable to
transpose the solo part. It is being offered here in both B-flat and A
editions. Please specify which version you want. The soloist can choose which instrument to use. There are
advantages to either one. Or, the soloist could choose by movement, or
even by section within the movement, if there is enough time to change
clarinets (always a concern in Dvorak).
This is Dvorakís opus 100 and dates from his time in the US, aroud the
same time as the Cello Concerto, the American String Quartet, and the
"New World" Symphony.