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 Programs of master class and recitals
28th Aug (Thu) Recital hallmore Concert Hallmore Other placemore
29th Aug (Fri) Recital hallmore Concert Hallmore Other placemore
30th Aug (Sat) Recital hallmore Concert Hallmore Other placemore
31st Aug (Sun) Recital hallmore Concert Hallmore Other placemore

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12:00〜 Music university concert  
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Toho Gakuen School of Music

Showa Academia Musicae

Tokyo University of Arts

Tokyo College of Music

Musashino College of Music

Kunitachi Music College
Toho Gakuen School of Music
Les Freres (arr: T. Uchikado): Piano Breaker Boogie
The Shamrocks (Showa Academia Musicae)
S. Reich: New York Counterpoint
Traditional (arr: themself): Irish Country-Tunes
Tokyo University of Arts
Happy Clarinets!
Tokyo College of Music
B. Stark: TAKUMI?S BOOGIE
A. Isozoki: CLARINET VIVACE
Kunitachi Music College
G. Jacob: Introduction and Rondo for clarinet choir
F. Chopin (arr: A. Yodo): Etude op.10-4
G. Woolfenden: ree Dance for Clarinet Choir
C.M. von Weber (arr: A. Yodo): Concertino fur Klarinette und Orchester Es-dur op.26
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15:30〜 Overseas clarinettist recital  
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Sauro Berti (Bass Clarinet; Italy)

Naomi Fujiya (Piano,Japan)
G. Salieri (arr: S. Berti/N. Fujiya): Introduzionem ema con Variazioni per Corno di bassetto e Quarteto
C. Boccadoro: Walk
T. Procaccini (arr: S. Berti/N. Fujiya): Trois Pieces pour Clarinette Basse et Piano Op.30 Presto?Andante?Allegro
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16:00〜 Overseas clarinettist recital  
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Tie Bai (China)

Yihong Bai (Piano;China)
1.Sonatine / Pierre Gabaye
 I .Allegro
 II. Largo
 III .Prestissimo
2.Capriccio / Claude Arrieu
3.Karma / Na La
Time Name of event Remarks
16:30〜 Overseas clarinettist recital  
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Im-Soo Lee (Korea)

Joo hee Park(Piano;Korea)
Cantilene / Louis Cahuzac
Sonata op120 .no.2 Eb Major /Johannes Brahms
Time Name of event Remarks
17:00〜 Overseas clarinettist recital  
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Jan Jakub Bokun (Poland)

Naoko Ishibashi (Piano;Japan)
Different Geometry for solo clarinet / Peter Graham
Clair Matin for clarinet and piano / Paul  Jeanjean
Tango-etude no.3 for solo clarinet / Astor Piazzolla
Sonatina for clarinet and piano / JakaPucihar
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17:30〜 Overseas clarinettist recital  
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Jozsef Balogh (Hungary Budapest)

Naoko Ishibashi (Piano;Japan)
1.Music from Szek / Gulyas-Balogh
2. Brazilliance / Gordon Lewin
3. Concerto for Clarinet - 3.Movement, A La Creole / Jim Parker
4. Brahms goes to Budapest / J. Balogh
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1.Music from Szek / Laszlo Gulyas(1928-1995)
Szek is a district in Transylvania, today part of Romania, but until 1921 a part of the Kingdom of Hungary. Each district has its own musical practices. This is dance music originally written for bass, viola and violin, which has been reduced to piano and clarinet. This is also chardash or pub music that carries a rhythmic tension between duple in the clarinet and triple or a swung feel in the piano.
2. Brazilliance / Gordon Lewin(1925-2008)
This samba, with its pushing two-beats rhythm, contains jazz influenced phraseology.
3. Concerto for Clarinet - 3.Movement, A La Creole / Jim Parke(1934〜)
Jim Parker is a full time composer of works for the concert hall, the stage, film & television. How about the Jim Parker concerto? - exactly the scoring you want, written in the 90's and you do not say what kind of audience you expect but very approachable for a middle-of-the road crowd who may no know much clarinet music or 20th century music. It's jazz-influenced in part and also inspired by three poems having been commissioned by London Underground's "Poems on the Underground"
4. Brahms goes to Budapest (2006)/ J. Balogh(1956〜)
This piece based on Brahms' Hungarian Dance no. 5 was also inspired by the story of Brahms and his good friend Jozsef Joachim who was a Jewish violinist. They met in a sailor's pub where Brahms played the piano. They played sonatas together and improvised on famous Hungarian lieds (songs). Brahms' Hungarian Dances was arranged for four hands on the piano. Balogh brings a sense of parody to this piece through referencing various contrasting styles.
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18:00〜 Overseas clarinettist recital  
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The Minimum Orchestra (Japan)
Naoyuki Takano (Clarinet)
Akane Noguchi (Piano)
Masashi Kimura (Contrabass)
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19:00 〜 Crampon Gara consart  
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Johon Manasse
Yoshinobu Kamei
Yuki Nakazima (piano)
♪ Kamei solo
1. Introduction et Rondo / C. Widor
2. Concertstuck / R. Gallois Montbrun
3. Sonata / F. Poulenc
♪ Manasse solo
4. Premiere Rhapsodie / C.Debussy
5. Hommage a Falla / Kovacs
6. Grand Duo Concertante / C.M.von Weber
♪Duo
7.Concertstucke No.1 / F. Mendelssohn
※Michael Arr./Sikorski Vertion
 


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13:00 〜18:00 Exhibition booth Special exhibition room
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Reference
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