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 RE: The Essential Clarinet
Author: Marci 
Date:   1999-08-09 20:20

I own this cd and I think it is wonderful. While his interpretation of the Copland is not like Drucker's or any other classical-based player, it is very interesting to hear his jazzy style. The Corigliano is awesome and the Stravinsky and Bernstein pieces are played very well and in the right style for that type of music. And, by the way, the Bernstein piece is Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs.

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Victor 1999-08-09 17:37 
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Marci 1999-08-09 20:20 
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Fat Albert (hey, hey, hey!) 1999-08-10 02:43 
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Becks 1999-08-16 18:57 

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