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Bill Barner

IBill Barner's "Ten Tunes" reached number 10 on the jazz radio top 40. Radio accolades include, "Very impressed with Bill Barner’s clarinet work"~Sandy Taylor, WRIU Kinston, RI., and "The Bill Barner album is fun and mood transforming. Barner and his companions also have excellent tone quality and have a good sense of jazz theory"~Jenni Gibson, WSUM 91.7 FM Madison, WI. The recording has garnered good reviews such as this from Roots Music Report, "Jazz music allows for the exploration of many avenues of creativity. Clarinetist Bill Barner wrote these ten tunes while thinking of music from various continents

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Bill Barner: Ten Tunes

Read "Ten Tunes" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Variety is the theme of Bill Barner's plainly titled Ten Tunes. Although currently employed by a big band and small swing combos, Barner's career as reed man has spanned different genres, from free jazz and Indian raga and to bluegrass and klezmer, and the disc reflects that versatility, with the leader focusing exclusively on clarinet.