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- n. A musician who plays the clarinet.
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- n. a musician who plays the clarinet.
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- n. a musician who plays the clarinet
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He humanized his orchestra, sharing the anecdote about the new parents and letting everyone know his clarinetist was a breast cancer survivor, before she launched into a rousing, and amazing, "Hava Nagila."
In addition to Brown, artists such as clarinetist Paulo Moura and guitarist Toninho Horta -- not to mention the multiple-Grammy-winning composer and arranger Eumir Deodato -- pitched in on her maiden CD, to be launched in the coming months on an independent label.
White staged the concert, he said, to honor early jazz pioneers connected with the West Bank, such as clarinetist George Lewis, a key player in the 1940s traditional-jazz revival;
He let the orchestra float in sections, such as clarinetist Michael Rusinek's exquisite opening theme or the string playing in the second movement, but had it dig in with edgy, unsettling attacks whenever the darkness of the work rears its apocalyptic head.
Jody Redhage (and including familiar downtown musicians such as clarinetist
After seeing the Reisenweber performance, Durante was inspired to assemble his own dance music group, called the Original New Orleans Jazz Band, which featured, in one of the first acts of racial integration in American popular music, a young African American clarinetist named Achille Baquet.
Kyle Sanna, a guitarist who will perform the same night, in part with a group led by Syrian clarinetist Kinan Azmeh, agreed.
She cautiously added a clarinetist and then, over the next several years, an upright bass, percussionist, and violin.
Meanwhile, across the hall in the Allen Room, an outstanding evening of Latin music is in store, co-starring the exceptional Brazilian diva Leny Andrade and the excellent Cuban clarinetist and saxophonist Paquito D'Rivera.
The cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who was asked by the inauguration committee to organize the performance, invited three illustrious colleagues to join him: the renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman; the superb young clarinetist Anthony McGill, a principal player in the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra (and among the few black artists to hold a principal chair in a major orchestra); and the fiery Venezuelan-American pianist Gabriele Montero.