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Last Friday I posted the first movement of my reed trio and today, as promised, I am posting the second movement, Song. The second movement is ten minutes long. However, this sound file only contains the first 4:30 of the … Continue reading
In 1994 I composed a work for oboe, clarinet and bassoon (known as a reed trio). The piece is in two parts. This sound file is the first part with a duration of five and one half minutes. This movement … Continue reading
This clip is the opening of a piece I am working on for clarinet and piano. Mostly, the two parts are in separate meters, occasionally coming together. I don’t even have a title.
I composed this one minute piece in 2002 for Chinary Ung’s 60th birthday concert. The piece is titled for chinary and it is for clarinet and percussionist (marimba and vibes). It’s really a study but I would like one day to … Continue reading