We have worked to confirm the information on pieces in the following tables with each composer or that composer's publisher, management, or representative. If the piece has been confirmed, it is marked with an asterisk.
Some works have been orchestrated for instruments other than the clarinet and are noted in parentheses. When a work requires a single performer to double on multiple instruments, that is noted with a "+" sign between instruments for that performer.
Unaccompanied repertoire does not include any works with electronics. Some works do require the clarinetist to play multiple instruments, but all works require only one performer. The only clarinets included in this section are B-flat, A, and G clarinets. See below for solo bass clarinet works.
As above, unaccompanied repertoire does not include any works with electronics. Some works do require the clarinetist to play multiple instruments, but all works require only one performer. Clarinets included in this section are bass clarinet and lower, including contrabass.
The works in this section are also typically for only one performer, but some may require an engineer. They include many forms of electronic media from fixed/pre-recorded tape tracks to live patches and video. All clarinets are included in this section.
Clarinet and piano duo repertoire only requires two performers on stage. When multiple instruments are listed, that is because at least one performer is doubling.