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The trio will perform clarinet trios by Ludwig Van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms and works by Ernest Bloch, Alberto Ginastera and Claude Debussy.
As the piece proceeds, players return to their other instruments — strings, clarinets, flutes, cello, and marimba — and a kind of concerto grosso emerges.
Ash is lean kid with big eyes, deep voice, and plays clarinet in the marching band.
Even the soloists on clarinet, cello, and viola responded, treating their passages in those moments like the only things that ever mattered.
The loveliest moments came in the second movement, where the violin has its sweet-sad pas de deux with flute, and then clarinet.
The 69-year-old Norwegian reedist, who currently favors alto saxophone and B-flat clarinet, has struck that balance throughout his career.
Flea, who runs a music academy for young people in Silverlake, performed an unaccompanied bass clarinet piece.
Lakeshore Rush: The chamber ensemble performs works for flute, clarinet, cello and piano by Debussy, Dutilleux, Lita Grier and others.
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