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"He filled out the piece with writing that communicated directly through an innovative, individual style...  

...The effect was electric, and Resanovic came on stage to acknowledge the cheers for this arresting new work."

Elaine Guregian, The Akron Beacon Journal, Sunday, July 24, 2005 re: "Collateral Damage: Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra" as performed by Franklin Cohen (Principal Clarinetist) and the Cleveland Orchestra - James Gaffigan, Conductor


"It is, in a word, a hit."

"The clarinet part is a tour de force of expressive phrases and wild riffs, many ending on piercing high notes, while the orchestra contributes myriad fascinating colors (the bass harmonics are especially haunting). Pungency rubs shoulders with utmost sweetness, terror with exuberant rebelliousness. It is, in a word, a hit."

Donald Rosenberg, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Monday, July 25, 2005 re: "Collateral Damage: Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra" as performed by Franklin Cohen (Principal Clarinetist) and the Cleveland Orchestra - James Gaffigan, Conductor


"Inviting....Energetic....Impassioned...

....Although the majority of the crowd was older, the more contemporary music was a huge hit, and audience members were on their feet before Wright ended his final note"

Angela Dryden, The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), Saturday, March 5, 2005 re:  World Premiere of "Collateral Damage: Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra" as performedby Principal Clarinetist Peter Wright and the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra (Fabio Mechetti, Director)



—The Clarinet Music of Nikola Resanovic—

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