This includes works designated by their composers as a 'Concerto', or other concertante works not labeled as such. See also Concertantes, Concerti grossi, Concertinos. → Sort this list by work type, instrumentation, composer, and more.
Clarinet Concerto in B-flat major (Stamitz, Johann) Clarinet Concerto in G major, MWV 6.40 (Molter, Johann Melchior) Clarinet Concerto No.3 in B-flat major (Stamitz, Carl Philipp) Clarinet Quintet No.3, Op.23 (Baermann, Heinrich) El Cometa (Massa, Juan Bautista) Concert for Violin, Piano and String Quartet, Op.21 (Chausson, Ernest) Kriikku swaps basset-clarinet for a stratospheric D clarinet in three concertos by Johann Melchior Molter, written in the late 1740s when the clarinet was still in its infancy. The music, often sounding like a cross between Vivaldi and CPE Bach at his most complaisant, is agreeable, if hardly distinctive.