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John Williams Clarinet Concerto

by John Williams & Michele Zukovsky

John Williams wrote his Clarinet Concerto for Michele Zukovsky in 1991. The recording is from a live performance with John Williams Conducting and Michele Zukovsky as the Clarinet Soloist. *This work remains unpublished.* This is the remastered edition.
Genre: Classical: Twentieth Century
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1. Clarinet Quintet in A, K.581: I. Allegro John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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2. Clarinet Quintet in A, K.581: II. Larghetto John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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3. Clarinet Quintet in A, K.581: III. Menuetto John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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4. Clarinet Quintet in A, K.581: IV. Allegretto con variazioni John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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5. Contrasts: I. Verbunkos John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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6. Contrasts: II. Pihenö John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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7. Contrasts: III. Sebes John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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8. Clarinet Concerto: I. Maestoso John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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9. Clarinet Concerto: Cadenza John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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10. Clarinet Concerto: II. Calmo John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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11. Clarinet Concerto: III. Con Brio John Williams & Michele Zukovsky
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John Williams wrote his Clarinet Concerto for Michele Zukovsky in 1991. The recording is from a live performance with JOHN WILLIAMS Conducting the Riverside Orchestra, and MICHELE ZUKOVSKY as the Clarinet Soloist. This work remains unpublished.

JOHN WILLIAMS has received forty-three Academy Award nominations, making him the Academy's most nominated living person. He has been awarded five Oscars, three British Academy Awards, eighteen Grammys, three Golden Globes, four Emmys and numerous Gold and Platinum Records.

Principal Clarinetist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic MICHELE ZUKOVSKY has appeared frequently at the Hollywood Bowl and at the Music Center, and she has been a guest soloist with orchestras throughout the world. Ms. Zukovsky also performs regularly at the Philharmonic's Chamber Music Society concerts and she has participated in a number of premieres as a soloist with the Orchestra's New Music Group. She gave the world premiere of John Williams's Clarinet Concerto with the Boston Pops which was written for her. She collaborates with a number of chamber ensembles, most notably the Angeles and St. Petersburg String Quartets. She has appeared in New York with Concerts at the Y, Ravinia, Lincoln Center, and "Mostly Mozart" ensembles. Ms. Zukovsky tours worldwide as a chamber musician and soloist, and gives master classes throughout the world. She is currently on the faculty at the University of Southern California. She studied clarinet with her father, Kalman Bloch, a former principal with the Orchestra. Michele has recorded for London/Decca, Avant, Nonesuch, and Summit records.


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Ken R.

Great Interpretation!
A Great Interpretation from two legends of contemporary Classical Music!