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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000107.txt from 2005/05

From: Anne Bell <bell@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] African-American composers
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 18:07:56 -0400

Hailstork's Simple Caprice (NOT SIMPLE) for Clarinet & Piano- he also
has Three Smiles for Tracy (clarinet alone) and I see from his catalog:

Sonata for Trumpet (or Clarinet) and String Orchestra (1996)
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: Orbert Davis, Trumpet, Chicago Park District’s
South Shore Cultural Center, November 16, 2000
Available Separately:
Solo Part with Piano Reduction (#114-41090)
Solo Part (#114-41090A)

AND
Crystal for Clarinet and Harp
Available From Composer

DISCLAIMERS: Dr. Hailstork is one of my favorite people. I have also
worked for him proofreading etc... I love 20th century music and would
like to see everyone playing more of it. I am not familiar with the
Sonata or Crystal. AND- did I mention: SIMPLE CAPRICE IS NOT SIMPLE!

Best Wishes,
Anne

Winston Calvert wrote:
> Anyone have information on clarinet pieces by African-American
> composers? I am aware of William Grant Still's "Mother and Child &
> Gamin'" and his
> "Songs (Bayou Home; If I Should Go; Song for Lonely)", but know nothing
> about them other than their title and price. Any suggestions would be
> much appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Winston Calvert ICQ: 27254687
> http://scribers.midwest.net/johnc/winston

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