Discography

Recorded Broadcasts on WDPR and WGUC
Too Numerous to List from 1985-1995
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra
Dayton Ballet Orchestra
Grand Rapids Ballet Orchestra
Dayton Opera Orchestra
Springfield Symphony Orchestra

Special Recordings:
Dayton Philharmonic 75th Anniversary (2008)
Tutti Soloisti Plays Brahms Trio Op. 114 (2007)
The Brahms Clarinet Quintet (1999)
Grand Rapids Ballet Orchestra \"Alice\" (1998)
Dayton Ballet Orchestra \"An American Cinderella\" (1997)


Book:
Successful Strategies in Clarinet Reed Making;
Including a Step-by-Step Process (2010)
Published by VDM Verlag; Saarbrucken, Germany

Doctoral Dissertation:
A Study and Comparison of Four Prominent Clarinet
Reed Making Methods (2001)
Published by UMI Dissertation Services Ann Arbor, MI

Articles:
Woodwind Articulation; A Syllabic Approach (TBA)
The Clarinet Legends at WSU Report (2011)
The Clarinet Legends at WSU Report (2010)
A Selective Bibliography of Clarinet Reed Making Sources (TBA)
The WSU Clarinet Symposium Report (2010)
How to Make a Clarinet Reed from Tube Cane (2009)
Clarinet Intonation Remedies Through Repair Techniques (2008)
Randall Paul in Carnegie Hall (1986)

New Music Dedications and Premieres:
Soundscapes-Deborah Netanel (2010)
Vier Stucke-Rachmaninoff/Aldredge (2009)
Pissaro\'s Bridge-Isaac Watras (2004)
Parabola for Clarinet-Leland Bland (2003)
Elegy for Clarinet and Piano-Robert Taylor (1997)
Humoresque for Clarinet and Piano-Robert Taylor (1996)
L\'Image for Clarinet and Piano-Robert Taylor (1994)
Piece for Clarinet \"Alone\" -Dana Wilson (1982)

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