Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestral Winds

Title: Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestral Winds
Date of Composition: Copyright © 1992 Daniel Bukvich
Level of Difficulty: University/Professional
Instrumentation: Orchestral Winds with Clarinet Solo
Ensemble Set-up: Bukvich Symphonic Band Diagram
Performance Time: 11:11
Publisher: Manuscript
Program Notes:

The “Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestral Winds” was inspired by the Benny Goodman Quartet's 1938 Carnagie Hall performance of Goodman's “Sing, Sing, Sing”. Bukvich uses the four ranges of the clarinet (clalumeau, throat, clarino, and altissimo) as building blocks for some of the formal and harmonic elements of the concerto.

The recording that we have (currently unavailable for download) features J. Roger Cole on clarinet. J. Roger Cole, professor of clarinet at the University of Idaho, received his MM and DMA from Yale University where he studied with Keith Wilson. He has done additional study with Jack Brymer in London and Richard Stolzman in New York.

Portions of the program notes were extracted from those written by Anthony Conrad Mengelkamp for the CD, "Music of Daniel Bukvich," published in 1997; edited for content by Susan G. Weaver.

Recordings: Details about recording(s):
  • Performer(s): University of Idaho Lionel Hampton School of Music Wind Ensemble
  • Conductor: Robert Spevacek
  • Soloists: J. Roger Cole, clarinet
  • Location: University Auditorium, University of Idaho
  • Date recorded: February 19, 1992
  • Recording engineer(s): Recording Engineers, University Conferences and Events
  • Digital mastering: Remastered by P.K. Northcutt II

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Recording(s) posted: [2002-09-17 00:00:00]

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