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Monologues for Clarinet and Wind Ensemble

Clarinet and Wind Ensemble
A new work to be composed by Aaron Mencher
Difficulty: 6 · Collegiate
Length: 9 minutes

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Description

This is a continuation of a long standing collaboration with clarinetist Dr. Wesley Warnhoff for a band arrangement of my clarinet concerto, “Monologues.” The consortium will fund a band arrangement of either the first or second movement of “Monologues” for clarinet and orchestra depending on the desires of the commissioning ensembles. The first movement is slow, lyrical and brooding, while the second is jaunty, energetic, and loud. You can find a recording of the premiere performance with Dr. Wesley Warnhoff and the University of Missouri Philharmonic here: https://soundcloud.com/menchermusic/sets/monologues

About Aaron Mencher

Aaron Mencher writes “sophisticated and compelling” (Boston New Music Initiative) contemporary classical music, film scores, and incidental music. He recently worked with the St. Louis Symphony as they workshopped and premiered his piece Antrios. Additionally, Aaron has received recognition from organizations such as ASCAP, The American Modern Ensemble, The Boston New Music Initiative, NAfME, the European-American Musical Alliance, the American Prize, and the Third Millennium Ensemble. He has worked with a variety of ensembles including the St. Louis Symphony, Deviant Septet, Third Coast Percussion, International Counterpoint, the All-National Concert Band, Drax, clarinetist Wesley Warnhoff, cellists Bjorn Ranheim and Dave Eggar, and many others. Currently, he is working on a clarinet concerto for clarinetist Wesley Warnhoff and the University of Missouri Philharmonic, and piece for violin and piano commissioned by the Sheldon Concert Hall.