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Bass Clarinet Mario


bass clarinet mario
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  • a large clarinet whose range is an octave below the B-flat clarinet
  • A concert instrument that, when used properly, is still not heard.
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  • Mario is a 1984 Canadian drama film.
  • Mario is a the debut album by singer Mario, released on March 19, 2002 when he was still 15 years old. It features hits "Just a Friend 2002," "Braid My Hair" and "C'mon". The album sold over 96,000 copies in the first week and was eventually certified Gold, selling over 596,000 copies .
  • Mario Dewar Barrett (born August 27, 1986), who performs under the mononym Mario, is an American R&B singer, actor, model, dancer and philanthropist.
bass clarinet mario - Richard Feliciano:
Richard Feliciano: Chamber Music
Richard Feliciano: Chamber Music
Richard Felciano’s interest in musical acoustics led him through language, voice and organ studies to electronic and then computer, as well as to music for architectural and public spaces and music for non-Western instruments. Many of these works demonstrate a strongly ritualistic bent, reflective of the large Portuguese and Asian populations of his Northern California childhood. In the words of his biographer, Howard Hersh, "the vitality of invention and depth of artistic curiosity are clearly enormous, (yet) the major thrust of his contribution…lies in the power with which he has fused his innovative techniques to that timeless element of dramatic immediacy and his acutely-tuned sensibility to the sheer beauty of sound. There has never been any doubt that behind his music – whatever its external form – there stands a human – a humane – sensibility". The composer himself writes: "It has been said that artists spend much of their lives following a path which they somehow know is right but cannot yet clearly define. Scientists know a similar situation: Einstein spoke of ‘something which is there but we don’t know what it is.’ In both instances, knowing that ‘something’ becomes compelling. In the notes about the works which are on this CD, my own search for that ‘something’ will become clear – a desire to approach composition through a deepening knowledge of ‘what is there’ in music – the physical nature of sound itself, so that, as in architecture, whatever structure is possible is defined by the nature of the materials. Picasso observed that the real problem in creativity is the materials, meaning that only through knowledge of them can anything at all be expressed. He was right."

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Ballarat Wind Orchestra
Ballarat Wind Orchestra
Wow, great performance! Conducted by Mario Dobernig, this is the singular performance before the Tour d' Austriche, July 4th, 2011. Flute/Piccolo/Flote: Helen Duggan, Karen George, Jess Heffernan, Amber Janssen, Kelsey Robinson. Bassoon/Fagott: Aaron Bettio-Sandlant. Clarinet/Klarinette: Heather George, Erin Matthews, Alison Teychenne, Lisa Young. Bass Clarinet/Klarinette: Andrew Dale. Alto Saxophone/Saxophon: Laura Baker-Goldsmith Tenor Saxophone/Saxophon: David Kennelly. Horn: Janice Ballinger, Melissa Banks, Peny Bohan. Trumpet/Trompete: Scott Mangos, Alice Marcollo, Simon Marcollo. Trombone/Posaune: Grace McKelvy, Jeff Moran. Euphonium: Peter Murnane, Paula Robinson, Lachlan Scott. Tuba: Zoom Beck, Tim Scott. Percussion/Schlagwerk: Michael Evans-Baker, James Hughes, Krissie Withers. Extra Players for Ballarat Concert: Trombone/Posaune: Hugh McKelvy. Baritone Saxophone/Saxophone: Georgia Parry. Oboe: Kathryn Saunders.
Ballarat Wind Orchestra
Ballarat Wind Orchestra
Conducted by Mario Dobernig, this is the singular performance before the Tour d' Austriche, July 4th, 2011. Flute/Piccolo/Flote: Helen Duggan, Karen George, Jess Heffernan, Amber Janssen, Kelsey Robinson. Bassoon/Fagott: Aaron Bettio-Sandlant. Clarinet/Klarinette: Heather George, Erin Matthews, Alison Teychenne, Lisa Young. Bass Clarinet/Klarinette: Andrew Dale. Alto Saxophone/Saxophon: Laura Baker-Goldsmith Tenor Saxophone/Saxophon: David Kennelly. Horn: Janice Ballinger, Melissa Banks, Peny Bohan. Trumpet/Trompete: Scott Mangos, Alice Marcollo, Simon Marcollo. Trombone/Posaune: Grace McKelvy, Jeff Moran. Euphonium: Peter Murnane, Paula Robinson, Lachlan Scott. Tuba: Zoom Beck, Tim Scott. Percussion/Schlagwerk: Michael Evans-Baker, James Hughes, Krissie Withers. Extra Players for Ballarat Concert: Trombone/Posaune: Hugh McKelvy. Baritone Saxophone/Saxophone: Georgia Parry. Oboe: Kathryn Saunders.

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