Capriccio (Stamp)

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Jack Stamp

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General Info

Year: 2023
Duration: c. 9:35
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Errata

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Program Notes

My first association with Manuel Martínez was with the Barcelona Clarinet Players and their 2018 recording session with Eugene Corporon and the North Texas Wind Symphony where I served as recording producer. My relationship has grown with the BCP over the past five years which will culminate with a recording of my music for clarinet quartet, all written for this fabulous ensemble.

As Manuel has begun to embark on a solo career, he asked me if I would write him a clarinet concerto to which I flatly responded, “No”. However, I did agree to write him a one-movement work. A “capriccio” is defined as “a lively piece of music, typically one that is short and free in form.” Such is the case with my new work, which pits the clarinet in conversation with the band, sometimes whimsical and always rhythmic and syncopated.

- Program Note by composer


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Performances

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  • University of North Texas (Denton) Wind Ensemble (Amy Woody, conductor; Manuel Martinez, clarinet) – 2 November 2023 *Premiere Performance*


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