clarinet


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Clarinet Systems' Infrared network products accomplished that goal.
Ian Venables' Canzonetta is performed by Timothy Orpen (clarinet) and the Cavaleri String Quartet at the Artrix, Bromsgrove on Friday, with the Mozart Clarinet Quintet concluding (8pm, details on 01527 577330), and at Droitwich Methodist Church on Saturday with the Brahms Clarinet Quintet concluding (7.
On through the decades, the Folk-Tale for Cello and Piano and the Sonata for Clarinet and Piano in D (1934), complement Bax's final chamber work, the Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano in B flat (1946).
Data access is available through CLARiNET in the form of a real-time graphical user interface that provides details of factors ranging from equipment status and the current job, to throughput and efficiency.
This collection has a great variety of tempi, moods, tonalities, meters and rhythmic complexities and would definitely have great appeal to the intermediate clarinet.
Her clarinet seemed to be an extension of her vivacious personality as she played in the beautiful setting of All Saints Church, Leamington Hastings, near Rugby.
This newish collection of flute, harp, and clarinet concertos from Pahud, Langlamet, Meyer, Abbado, and the Berliners is very good.
He treats a variety of subjects, including the role of the clarinet in the historical performance movement, the organological development of the instrument, and the interpretation of historical treatises.
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Today at the National Education Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, Bachmann Software is announcing that its PrintBoy application will now support printing from Palm OS(R) based devices to Clarinet Systems' EthIR LAN high-speed infrared LAN access system.
They will feature on clarinet, Paul Harrison from Denmark on clarinet who was 19 years old when he joined the Savannah as their first clarinet player in 1979.
Their performances have been praised by The Clarinet international magazine, and their recent European tour was highly acclaimed.
TALENTED clarinet player 16-year-old Bethan Caryl Jones (pictured) has been accepted into the National Youth Wind Orchestra.
After more than a third of a century as principal clarinet of the CBSO, Colin Parr took his official farewells last night in an all -American programme in which he had been invited to select two works in which to appear as soloist.
On the flip side of clarinet player David Howard's picture, he comments that he's terrible at the piano, once competed on the ``Gong Show'' and probably would have been a Russian-speaking CIA agent or frozen-yogurt server if he hadn't fallen in love with the clarinet at the age of 13.