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It Takes Four To Tango-clar4

For 3 B-Flat Clarinets and Bass Clarinet (Quartet or Ensemble)

By Daniel Dorff

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Clarinet quartet Bass Clarinet in Bb, Clarinet 1 in Bb, Clarinet 2 in Bb, Clarinet 3 in Bb
For 3 B-Flat Clarinets and Bass Clarinet (Quartet or Ensemble). Composed by Daniel Dorff. Sws. Score and part(s). With Standard notation. Duration 2:30. Theodore Presser Company #114-40871. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.114408710).

Item Number: PR.114408710

ISBN 9781491100158. 9 x 12 inches.

DANIEL DORFF Daniel Dorff as music has been performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra under Wolfgang Sawallisch, commissioned five times by the Philadelphia Orchestraas education department, and commissioned twice by the Minnesota Orchestraas Kinder Konzert series which has programmed his music over 200 times. Dorff as works have also been performed by clarinetists Larry Combs and John Bruce Yeh, the Baltimore Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Louisville Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony, Detroit Symphony, and Eastman Wind Ensemble; chamber concerts of the Chicago Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, and Oregon Symphony; on the 1998 Chicago Symphony Radiothon, by flutists Jean-Pierre Rampal, Donald Peck, Mimi Stillman, and Gary Schocker, by pianist Marc-AndrA(c) Hamelin, and at the Spoleto and Aspen summer festivals. Other commissions have come from the Colorado Symphonyas Up Close and Musical series, Sacramento Symphony, Young Audiences, Ithaca College School of Music, Symphony in C, Network for New Music, National Flute Association Piccolo Committee, Concerto Soloists of Philadelphia, and other organizations. Dorff has also created arrangements for Sir James Galway and for pop musicians Keith Emerson and Lisa Loeb. Daniel Dorff was born in New Rochelle, NY in 1956; acclaim came early with First Prize in the Aspen Music Festivalas annual composersa competition at age 18. Dorff received degrees in composition from Cornell University and University of Pennsylvania, serving as a Teaching Fellow at Penn. His teachers included George Crumb, George Rochberg, Karel Husa, Henry Brant, Ralph Shapey, Elie Siegmeister, and Richard Wernick; he studied saxophone with Sigurd Rascher. In 1996, Dorff was named Composer-In- Residence for the Haddonfield Symphony (now Symphony in C), in which he played bass clarinet from 1980 through 2002. IT TAKES FOUR TO TANGO has been recorded by: The Harmo Saxophone Quartet, on Meister Music MM-1015 The Miles Osland Saxophone Quartet, on Sea Breeze SEAB 3059 The Morse Code Saxophone Quartet, available directly from the quartet Interclarinet Ensemble, Farao Classics B108011 Published for: Clarinet Quartet (3 B(s and Bass, 114-40871) Bassoon Quartet (3 Bns. and Cbn., 114-40872) String Quartet (114-40942) String Quintet (114-41060) String Orchestra (116-40040) Flute (or Violin) and Guitar (114-41327) Flute Quartet (mixed flutes, 114-41507) For more complete and current information, please visit

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