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Organ, clarinet join in a joyful concert

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The fall series of Rumble and Zing Concerts for the community begins at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 10, at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. “An Afternoon of Joyful Music” will be presented by David H. Brock, organ, and Darrell Moore, clarinet.

The featured work for the concert will be the Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A. Mozart’s carefully crafted composition with soaring lines, gentle lullabies and energetic dance rhythms are a challenge for even the virtuoso clarinetists and a treat for all audiences.

Also on the program will be excerpts from Charles-Marie Widor’s Symphony No. 5 for Organ. This masterpiece of composition was written during the 19th century at the beginning of the construction of great symphonic organs for concert and cathedral performance venues. These massive works with large instrument requirements are rarely heard because of the rarity of the size of the organ required to play the music, and the difficulty of skills required to perform such pieces.



Several shorter works will complete the program, among them a selection of Scott Joplin ragtime pieces originally written for the piano, which will be transcribed for organ and clarinet for this concert.

A suggested donation of $20 per adult will be gratefully accepted. St. Patrick’s is at 341 Village Blvd., one block uphill from Highway 28 in Incline Village. Call David H. Brock, director of music, at the church office at (775) 831-1418.




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