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Michael Norsworthy|Traceur: American Music for Clarinet & Piano

Traceur: American Music for Clarinet & Piano

Michael Norsworthy, David Gompper

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Traceur: American Music for Clarinet & Piano

Michael Norsworthy

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Souvenirs (Version for Clarinet & Piano) (Robert Beaser)

1
I. Happy Face
00:01:59

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Robert Beaser, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

2
II. Lily Monroe
00:02:35

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Robert Beaser, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

3
III. Y2K
00:04:30

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Robert Beaser, Composer

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4
IV. Spain
00:05:15

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Robert Beaser, Composer

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5
V. Cindy Redux
00:02:40

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Robert Beaser, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

6
VI. Ground O
00:03:33

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Robert Beaser, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

Black Anemones (Arr. for Clarinet & Piano) (Joseph Schwantner)

7
Black Anemones (Arr. for Clarinet & Piano)
00:04:51

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Joseph Schwantner, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

3 American Pieces (Arr. for Clarinet & Piano) (Lukas Foss)

8
No. 1, Early Song
00:05:07

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Lukas Foss, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

9
No. 2, Dedication
00:05:16

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Lukas Foss, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

10
No. 3, Composer's Holiday
00:02:52

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Lukas Foss, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

Nebraska Impromptu (Marti Epstein)

11
Nebraska Impromptu
00:07:19

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Marti Epstein, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

Schizm (Derek Bermel)

12
I. Field of Stars
00:02:57

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Derek Bermel, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

13
II. Puppet State
00:04:52

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Performer - Derek Bermel, Composer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

Traceur (David Gompper)

14
Traceur
00:14:40

Michael Norsworthy, Performer - David Gompper, Composer, Performer

(C) 2016 New Focus Recordings (P) 2016 New Focus Recordings

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