Rondo alla BCP

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General Info

Year: 2023
Duration: c. 7:40
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Clarinet Quartet


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Program Notes

"BCP" is the Barcelona Clarinet Players.

I first met Eugene Corporon at a CBDNA National Conference in 1983, and my musical life was changed forever. I had the good fortune of being one of his doctoral students at both the University of Northern Colorado and Michigan State University. When he decided to do his first recording project at Cincinnati CollegeConservatory (CCM), I was his recording producer and have served as such for probably 90% of his releases. Needless to say, my musical life and the opportunities I have been given have been enriched by my association with this incredible teacher.

It was a recording session at UNT [University of North Texas] where I first met the Barcelona Clarinet Players (BCP). They may be the finest chamber music ensemble that I have ever heard! I had the opportunity to write a work for the quartet, which premiered in Dallas last April. Upon hearing of their acceptance to perform at TMEA [Texas Music Educators Association], Professor Corporon contacted me asking for a short work for the BCP and wind symphony to be premiered at TMEA. The result was Rondo alla BCP. The title is taken from Rondo alla Turca and is actually a sonata rondo with variations setup in a concerto gGrosso format, with the BCP being the ‘concertino group’ and the wind symphony serving as the ripieno ensemble.

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