Ronald L. Caravan:
Meditation & Celebration for Clarinet Solo

This short two-movement unaccompanied work was composed to fill a short spot on a student recital at Syracuse University in early 2005. The first movement is based on an eight-tone scale whose tonic is approached from either direction by half step; the second is based principally on two eight-tone scales—a Dorian-Aeolian mixture with both minor and major sixths above tonic, and a Dorian-Mixolydian mixture with both minor and major thirds. The piece is of only moderate difficulty, making it appropriate for advanced high-school and college-level students, as well as professionals. (Selected in a blind competition for performance at the College Music Society’s National Conference in San Antonio, Texas in September 2006.) approx. 5-1/2 min.

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