Tru’a

It’s music with clarinet on Now is the Time, Sunday, October 14th at 10 pm. Tru’a is Hebrew for “fanfare,” and the work by the Israeli-American Amos Elkana is one of three pieces clarinet virtuoso Richard Stoltzman plays on this program, along with those of the neo-Romantic McKinley and Davidson.

From Panama, the composer and guitarist Emiliano Pardo-Tristan now lives in the Philadelphia area. His Ludus No. 1 is rich and colorful, as is all his music.

Now is the Time means American contemporary music on WRTI-HD2 and the all-classical stream at wrti.org.

PROGRAM:

Emiliano Pardo-Tristan. Ludus No. 1
William Thomas McKinley. Six Movements for Clarinet and Orchestra
Amos Elkana. Tru’a
Roger Davidson. Meditation for Clarinet and Orchestra

Now is the Time combines all styles of concert music by living American composers, every Sunday night at 10. Here are the recording details and complete schedule.

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