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Reber Clark

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Reber Clark

Biography

Reber Clark (b. born 1955, Des Moines, Iowa) is an American composer and trumpeter.

Clark attained a B.A. degree in Music Education under the direction of Gene Witherspoon, and studied composition under James Perry while attending Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, Arkansas. He taught in the public schools for several years before leaving that profession to pursue a career as freelance composer, arranger, and performer.

Clark has fulfilled numerous commissions for college, high school, and middle school bands. He has been a speaker at the national ASBDA convention speaking on procedures for commissioning a new work. He has arranged hundreds of talent charts and production numbers for state scholarship pageants, "gridiron," and other variety shows.

His performance experience includes many years on trumpet as a studio musician. He has performed in bands for internationally known performers such as Bob Hope, Mitzi Gaynor, the Four Tops, The Temptations, and others, including a road tour as lead trumpet for the New Sam and Dave Revue.


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