New Clarinet Sonata

In my travels (mostly via email) I've been fortunate to meet a number of other composers and artists, some who read my blog, other's whose blogs I read. Occasionally, I get the thrill of see a work in progress which eventually becomes a published piece.

Noah Potter is just one of those people who I've communicated with - and he's just published a Clarinet Sonata. I am proud to say I heard portions of it prior to publication. Although I doubt I had any influence on the piece, it is nice to feel as though I was there at the beginning, or at least before it was finished.

You can hear some of Noah's other music on his website:

Or, you listen to the Clarinet Sonata (and order a copy) at the BRS website.

Congratulations, Noah!


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