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pkluttik - YouTube - 17:18
Maurice Ravel's "La mère l'Oye" suite (arr. H Mouton). Vermont Virtuosi, Unitarian Church of Montpelier, Vermont, April 28, 2018. Laurel Ann Maurer, flute; Karen Luttik, clarinets; Rebecca Hoffman,...
1 year ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 20:18
Géza Frid (1904-1989) was a significant Hungarian-born Dutch composer and pianist of Jewish descent. In 1972, he composed an unusually lovely concerto for B-flat, A, E-flat and bass clarinets (Op. ...
2 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 30:06
Newly discovered repertoire by a Hungarian, Jewish, Dutch composer! Géza Frid (1904-1989) was a significant Hungarian-born Dutch composer and pianist of Jewish descent. His compositional style was...
2 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 4:07
Performed on April 18, 2015 in Killian Hall at "Resilience; a Concert of Vocal and Chamber Music composed by Vartan Aghababian", presented in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the...
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 20:24
Boston University DMA Chamber Music Recital Laurel Ann Maurer, flute Karen Luttik, clarinet Claire Black, piano.
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 13:01
Boston University DMA Chamber Music Recital Laurel Ann Maurer, flute Karen Luttik, clarinet Claire Black, piano.
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 17:02
Boston University DMA Chamber Music recital, Feb. 22, 2015 Laurel Ann Maurer, flute Karen Luttik, clarinet Claire Black, piano.
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 5:36
A Swiss composer who studied with Carl Orff, Sutermeister is mostly known for his operatic works. He composed using dynamic rhythms (pointing towards Orff's influence) and rejected serialism...
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 18:36
A prominent Argentinian composer, Guastavino is recognized for his approachable and refreshing music in his oeuvre of over 500 works; his unique melodies and characteristic romantic charm seem...
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 5:00
Throughout his lifetime, Persichetti had written a series of 25 Parables, often for unaccompanied wind instruments. He comments in 1985 about the nature of his Parables: “Parables are musical...
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 12:09
Fantasia on themes from Verdi's Rigoletto, (1885) by Luigi Bassi. As principle clarinetist for the opera orchestra at La Scala in Milan, Luigi Bassi was immersed in the operas of Verdi....
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 11:04
Márquez, one of the most outstanding Mexican composers of his generation, was born in 1950 elaborates on his piece: “The Zarabanda (Sarabande) was a popular dance of unknown origin. There...
4 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 13:12
Euphonicum Tangenturis--or "agreeable sounds going every which way" begins life in the white key universe before veering off on one quirkily chromatic tangent after another. Jazzy melodies aboun, ...
6 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 40:43
Music for a Sunday Afternoon Duo for Flute and Clarinet, Leo Kraft; (00-8:18) Full Circle for Fl., Cl., Piano, Gwyneth Walker; (8:35 - 25:18) Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Francis Poulenc.(26:07-...
6 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 37:56
Phillip Bimstein--Utah composer, two term Springfield (UT) mayor, and former leader of new wave band 'Phil 'n the Blanks--says of 'The Golden Duel', "from out of primeval innocence a duo emerges, s...
6 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 4:30
Students identify with "Abyss" for solo clarinet by Oliver Messiaen after making up words and movements for contrasting sections. The composer chose not to give up but to create music for his clar...
6 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 16:27
Time Pieces, by Pulitzer Prize winning composer, Robert Muczynski (1983), was dedicated to commissioning clarinetist Mitchell Lurie. First performed at the Clarinet Congress of the International C...
6 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 7:34
Oliver Messiaen met clarinetist Henri Akoka for the first time in a French town, Verdun. Henri, an outgoing and funny fellow, prodded Messiaen to write something for him. Since Messiaen loved to ...
6 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 6:45
"Without Jews" (1946), a Yiddish poem by Jacob Glatstein (1896-1971) translated into English by Cynthia Ozick is read tonight in both languages by Wellesley College Professor, Lawrence Rosenwald. ...
6 years ago
pkluttik - YouTube - 9:08
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6 years ago
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