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Solution Graphics CONCERTI Alto Saxophone
Bass Clarinet Piccolo
Trombone
Tuba

Concerto for Bass Clarinet
and Orchestra [2008]

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THRID PLACE
2011 American Prize




WNM10801 — $50 score
WNM10801s — $30 study score
WNM10801red — $35 piano red.


Orchestral parts are available on
a rental basis only
CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION


Scores and/or Reduction
SCORED FOR: solo bass clarinet, flute, oboe, Bb clarinet, bassoon, horn in f, trumpet in c, trombone, tuba, timpani,
2 percussionists, harp, piano,
strings (max 6:6:5:4:3 min 1:1:1:1:1).
TOTAL TIME: [20:00]



WORLD PREMIERE
Listen to the performance by Calvin Falwell, Bruce Lauffer, and the Beaver Valley Philharmonic:
commerical recording with Calvin Falwell and the USF Orchestra with Maestro William Wiedrich coming soon

Movement No. 1: Promenade Comique

Movement No. 2: A Berceuse et Reve




Listen to and watch the solo part of a live performance
by Calvin Falwell, bass clarinet; William Wiedrich, conductor;
and the University of South Florida Symphony Orchestra:






Movement No. 1: Promenade comique

Movement No. 2: A berceuse et reve

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT
TODD GOODMAN'S
BASS CLARINET CONCERTO

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