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The Music of David Maslanka, Vol. 2: Concerto for Clarinet and Wind Ensemble

Myroslava Hagen, University of Utah Wind Ensemble, Scott A. Hagen

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Concerto for Clarinet and Wind Ensemble  
1.1
I. Lamentation
David Maslanka; Myroslava Hagen; University of Utah Wind Ensemble; Scott A. Hagen
12:44
1.2
II. Dance
David Maslanka; Myroslava Hagen; University of Utah Wind Ensemble; Scott A. Hagen
13:33
1.3
Morning Star
David Maslanka; University of Utah Wind Ensemble; Scott A. Hagen
8:36
1.4
Liberation
David Maslanka; University of Utah Wind Ensemble; Scott A. Hagen
16:20
1.5
On This Bright Morning
David Maslanka; University of Utah Wind Ensemble; Scott A. Hagen
8:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:53
The University of Utah Wind Ensemble continues its survey of the music of David Maslanka, considered one of the most important composers of wind ensemble music. Few others have produced such an amazing volume of incredible works, inspiring this second volume. Noted clarinetist Myroslava Hagen joins the musicians on the opening piece on this programme, the Concerto for Clarinet and Wind Ensemble.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mark Records Studio Masters

Recorded 27 & 28 February 2015 in Libby Gardner Hall on the Campus of The University of Utah
Engineer: Mark J. Morette
Producers: David Maslanka, Mark J. Morette and Stephen Steele
Assistant producers: Robert Bedont and Ken Gondor
Edits: Scott Hagen, Myroslava Hagen
Editing and mastering: Fred Betschen
Art design and layout: Denise Johnson, MarkArt
Cover painting: “Streaks of Red, Blue and Pink” Farinaz Taghavi
Additional photographs: Matthew Maslanka

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