“This was music-making at its best: joyful abandonment without a trace of inhibition…” –Cue Magazine Clarinetist
David Krakauer has been widely praised as a major voice in chamber music. Pianist Kathleen Tagg has been praised for her outstanding technique and deep musicality. Together they delve into the canon of works inspired by folk music, beginning with Brahms and Debussy, and ending with their own arrangements.
Johannes Brahms: Sonata in F minor, Op. 120, No. 1
Olivier Messiaen: Abîme des oiseaux (Abyss of the Birds)
From the Quartet for
the End of Time
Steve Reich: New York Counterpoint For Clarinet and Tape
Claude Debussy: Première Rhapsodie
arr. Krakauer, Tagg: Emil Kroitor Moldavian Voyage
David Krakauer: Synagogue Wail
trad, Arr. Krakauer, Tagg: Der Heyser Bulgar
*Program subject to change
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