Zoltán Kocsis whose Chopin interpretation has given so deep impression made a specific, French-like arrangement of the two compositions. He
Csaba Szabo (1936–2003) A concert piece in three movements for wind quintet (flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon). Score and parts.
Gyula Fekete (1962– ) A virtuoso concert piece demanding traditional technical abilities for solo clarinet.
János Gyulai Gaál (1924–2009) A brilliant four-movement quartet by the composer whose oeuvre includes a great deal of genres from
Katalin Pocs (1963- ) Technical studies which can be effective from the concert platform, too.
The cycle Crumbs for clarinet was composed in 1998 consisting of short movements of different characters. The fourth movement is
Laszlo Dubrovay (1943– ) A piece by the composer with an extraordinary invention in the timbres of wind instruments, using
Máté Hollós (1954- ) Duo for bass flute or clarinet and piano based on a gypsy folksong which has to