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We offer a growing catalog of creative, artistic transcriptions and new works for bass clarinet solo & ensemble.
About the Music
Lone Wolf (2004) is an original work for solo bass clarinet by American composer Gregory Youtz. This dramatic six-movement work is a highly effective performance piece which is accessible in terms of range and technical demands. The work covers the full spectrum from lyric and melodic emphasis in the first and fifth movements, to a fascinating movement using well-notated key clicks to give a very musical percussive effect.
This publication appears in the following syllabi/prescribed music lists:
Extended range instrument NOT required; 9 pages, spiral bound.
Listen to Andrew Grenci's recording of Lone Wolf from his 2012 album Excursions. Visit his website for more information and to order!
Hard Copy Edition
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About the Composer
American composer Gregory Youtz received his Doctorate in Music Composition from the University of Michigan in 1987 where he studied with Leslie Basset, William Bolcom and William Albright. His compositions include two symphonies, a full-length opera, and numerous other works for orchestra, wind ensemble, choir, and various chamber ensembles.
Duo Alea, the father-daughter duo of Michael and Kimberly Davenport, began performing music for bass clarinet and piano in 1996. As performers searching for new repertoire and teachers working with students eager to develop as performers, it quickly became clear that there was a need for more repertoire featuring the bass clarinet. Filling this need became the mission of Alea Publishing & Recording.
Since our first publication in 1997, the Alea catalog has now grown to include over 300 titles. We pride ourselves on the accuracy and quality of our sheet music, as well as our ability to ship directly to customers around the world.
We are proud of the diversity of our catalog in terms of the inclusion of works by composers and arrangers from around the world. We are interested in continuing to expand this diversity, representing musical ideas from around the world.
Following Michael's passing in 2019, Kim has taken over solo management of Alea Publishing. In 2020, Alea established the Dolphy Prize, an annual composition award for new works for bass clarinet by black composers.
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