|Title||Gregory Youtz: Lone Wolf (2004)|
|Instrumentation||Solo Bass Clarinet|
|Range||Extended range instrument NOT required|
Lone Wolf (2004) is an original new work for solo bass clarinet by American composer Gregory Youtz. This dramatic six-movement work is a highly effective performance piece which is accessible in terms of range and technical demands. The work covers the full spectrum from lyric and melodic emphasis in the first and fifth movements, to a fascinating movement using well-notated key clicks to give a very musical percussive effect.
We expect that Lone Wolf will become a mainstay for advanced high school and college bass clarinetists. Publication includes program notes written by the composer.
This publication appears in the following syllabi/prescribed music lists:
Listen to excerpts, performed by Michael Davenport:
Listen to Andrew Grenci's recording of Lone Wolf from his 2012 album Excursions. Visit his website for more information and to order!
9 pages, spiral bound