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Music Review: New Recordings of the Saint-Saëns Piano Trios and Brahms Clarinet Sonatas

Trio Latitude 41 Saint-Saens

Two new recordings of Romantic-era music from France and Germany are revealing in different ways. Read More »

Mr. Acker Bilk Topped the Music World 50 Years Ago

Mr. Acker Bilk was no stranger to the top of the charts a half-century ago. Read More »

Music Review: Monty Adkins – Four Shibusa

A powerful blend of woodwinds and electronic music. Read More »

Music Review: Eddie Daniels and Roger Kellaway – Live at the Library of Congress

Clarinet and piano make beautiful music together at the Library of Congress. Read More »

Music Review: Oran Etkin – Wake Up Clarinet

Young children can learn about world music and the language of music with Oran Etkin. Read More »

Music Review: Mort Weiss – Raising The Bar

The definitive Mort Weiss? How about the definitive solo jazz clarinet album. Read More »

Music Review: Ken Peplowski – Noir Blue

Jazz that goes down smooth. No aftertaste. All blue. Read More »

Music Review: Mort Weiss – Raising the Bar

Mort Weiss proves that clarinet can lead a whole jazz album. Raising the Bar is a clarinet wonder. Read More »

Retro Redux: Buddy DeFranco Deserves Some Love

One of the best to ever pick up the licorice stick. Read More »