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His wind chamber music includes four wind quintets, two saxophone quartets, and many works for solo instrument and piano. In addition, he wrote a variety of orchestral and choral pieces. Sites: davidmaslanka. Variations: Viewing All David Maslanka.
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Three Pieces For Clarinet And Piano Clarinet – Phillip RehfeldtPiano – Barney ChildsRecorded By – Marty Walker. Composed By – David Maslanka (tracks: B2), Rolv Yttrehus (tracks: B1) Composed By, Tape – Lejaren Hiller (tracks: A1). Notes. Composition dates: A1: 1974, B1: 1973, B2: 1974-75. Recording dates: A1: May 1, 1978, B1: October 1979, June 1978.
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David Maslanka (August 30, 1943 – August 6, 2017) was a . composer who wrote in a variety of genres, including works for choir, wind ensemble, chamber music, and orchestra. Best known for his wind ensemble compositions, Maslanka published nearly 100 pieces, including nine symphonies (seven of them for concert band), nine concertos, and a full mass. Maslanka's works for winds and percussion have become especially well known.
Another 3 pieces by Igor Stravinsky. As usual for Stavinsky, this was a very difficult transcription. There are many techniques in this one to make the score look like what the musician expects to see and have it sound as close to real as Musescore can make it. Stravinski Clarinet Solo Clarinet Solo mike320 Three Pieces.
Three Pieces for Solo Clarinet. Three Pieces for Solo Clarinet is a solo instrumental work by Igor Stravinsky. It was published in 1919, shortly after the completion of his Suite from L'Histoire du Soldat, as a thank-you gift to the philanthropist and arts patron Werner Reinhart, who was also an amateur clarinetist. The Three Pieces is perhaps the most well-known work for unaccompanied clarinet in the repertoire
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|A1||–Lejaren Hiller||A Portfolio For Diverse Performers And Tape
Conductor – Gregg Smith Recorded By – David HancockVocals – Gregg Smith Singers
Cello – Jerry GrossmanClarinet – Virgil BlackwellConductor – Donald PalmaEnsemble – Speculum MusicaeFlute – Michael ParloffPiano – Ursula OppensRecorded By – David HancockViolin – Benjamin Hudson
|B2||–David Maslanka||Three Pieces For Clarinet And Piano
Clarinet – Phillip RehfeldtPiano – Barney ChildsRecorded By – Marty Walker
- Composed By – David Maslanka (tracks: B2), Rolv Yttrehus (tracks: B1)
- Composed By, Tape – Lejaren Hiller (tracks: A1)
NotesComposition dates: A1: 1974 / B1: 1973 / B2: 1974-75. Recording dates: A1: May 1, 1978 / B1: October 1979 / June 1978.
Tape parts for A1 realized at the Experimental Studio, Polish National Radio, Warsaw.
Composer supervised recording