Tru'a on Now is the Time
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.
Host Kile Smith brings you Now is the Time, American contemporary music on WRTI-HD2 and the all-classical stream at wrti.org.
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