Music Appreciation: March (Symphonic Metamorphosis) by Paul Hindemith

Lori Archer Sutherland

Lori Archer Sutherland earned a Bachelor of Music in Theory and Composition degree from the Ohio State University and a Master of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She composes, performs, and teaches clarinet. She plays bass clarinet with the Crystal Lake Community Band and the Woodstock City Band, clarinet with Winds Off the Lake Woodwind Quintet, and is the founder and organizer of the Knock on Wood Clarinet Choir, where she plays an even bigger clarinet. Check out her site and podcast at tonaldiversions.com

4 Responses

  1. kwsutherland says:

    Absolutely one of my favorite pieces. This is an ear-worm that I don’t tire of very easily. As a horn player, I can get a bit focused on all the juicy horn parts. It’s nice to take a moment to notice the other neat things that Hindemith puts in there.

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