Media - Audio

Most audio clips are approximately 30 seconds in length.

Lake Country Orchestra concert on May 20, 2012

Franz Lehár's "Vilia Song" from The Merry Widow. Jim Skaleski, conductor. Angela Nieman, mezzo-soprano soloist. Full recording.

Solo clarinet recital on October 20, 2008

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André Messager's "Solo de Concours." Roger Bethard, piano.

Aaron Copland's "Clarinet Sonata." Roger Bethard, piano. Movement III - Allegro giusto.

Morton Gould's "Benny's Gig" for double-bass and clarinet. Mike Steen, double-bass. Movement VI - Moderately Moving (Calypso Serenade).

William Hurlstone's "Four Characteristic Pieces." Roger Bethard, piano. Movement III - Intermezzo.

The Clarinet Polka (traditional). Featuring Jennifer Tinberg and Stephanie Schiefelbein, clarinets. Roger Bethard, piano.

Joint student recital with Brian Handeland on November 20, 2007

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Gordon Jacob's "Duo for Clarinet and Alto Saxophone." Featuring Brian Handeland, alto saxophone and Jim Skaleski, clarinet. III - Moderato (Variations on an Old Five-Finger Exercise).

Robert Schumann's "Fantasy-Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 73". Judy Lies, piano. Performed on a clarinet in A. II - Vivace, leggero.

Michael G. Cunningham's "Three Inventions for Two Like-Saxophones, Op. 198." Featuring Brian Handeland, alto saxophone and Jim Skaleski, alto saxophone. I. Moderato.

Adolph Schreiner's "Immer Kleiner (Always Smaller), A Humorous Fantasy." Judy Lies, piano. This piece is unique in that the piece must be performed while gradually dismantling the instrument. Only half of the instrument is being performed in this section.

Franz Krommer's "Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-Flat Major, Op. 35." Featuring Jim Skaleski, clarinet, and Brian Handeland, clarinet. Judy Lies, piano. III - Rondo.

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wind Symphony

John Mackey's "Turning". Performing on Contrabass Clarinet at the College Band Directors National Association - North Central Division concert at Omaha, NE. R. Mark Heidel, conductor. Click to view the program.

Norman Dello Joio's "Fantasies on a Theme by Haydn." Performing on Eb Clarinet. James Colonna, conductor. Click to view the program.