Tag Archives: Karl Henning

Karl Henning plays his extended solo clarinet piece, "Thpreau in Concord Jail." (image from video still)

An EarRelevant Interlude, #2: Thoreau in Concord Jail

Mark Gresham | 27 MAY 2020 Number 2 in a series of audio and video presentations curated by by EarRelevant’s publisher and principal writer Mark Gresham as part of his “Composer’s Notebook.” Several of our writers are also composers, and […]

Composer Stephen Wood in a mountain wilderness. (courtesy of the composer)

CD Review: Untrammeled reflects wilderness inspirations

Karl Henning | 16 APR 2019 Composer Stephen Wood, who is also a naturalist by avocation, has reflected his residency in wild unspoilt places in an engaging and admirable divertimento entitled Untrammeled. The first number, Drosera: the morning dew […]