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kle ruh ne tist

  • n  a musician who plays the clarinet
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  • Young Artists competition
    The Music Worcester Beethoven Circle donor appreciation dinner took place June 5 at Tatnuck Country Club in Worcester. Winners were named in Music Worcester's Young Artists competition, open to piano and orchestral instrumental students. Felix Chen of Shrewsbury, a clarinetist, won the top prize, Felix's sister Sophie, a pianist, claimed the 2nd Stubblebine Prize. Winner of the 1st Stubblebine ...
    June 16, 2013 - Worcester Telegram & Gazette
  • Don Byron's New Gospel Quintet: Live From 92Y Tribeca
    The clarinetist Don Byron has a way of homing in on an artist's legacy and transforming it with intelligence and adventure. In this case, he takes on the bluesy music of Southern gospel pioneer Thomas Dorsey and the legacy of Sister Rosetta Tharpe in concert.
    June 13, 2013 - NPR

  • Quincy Jones in Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)
    Jones says he leaves the event each year totally inspired because "some clarinetist or some pianist has just blown my mind."
  • Elmer Bernstein in Los Angeles Times
    journal, The Clarinet, Bernstein described him as "the premier clarinetist in motion picture music and indeed in the world."
  • Gavin Bryars in
    He had retired from composing when he heard this virtuoso clarinetist, Richard Mohlfeld. Brahms was inspired by his playing to write a trio and two sonatas for him, as well as the Quintet. Brahms thought the clarinet was a soulful voice, and all... Alan Kay The Star-Ledger - May 26, 2009 18195 25539 clarinettist The band had had a few drinks. When the clarinet solo came up, the clarinettist was asleep and I had to prod him with a bow to start playing. Then right at the end, the percussionist suddenly took this huge gong off its stand and started bashing it...

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