Paul Harvey was born in Sheffield (UK) in 1935 and started playing the clarinet at the age of 11. He went on to become a member of the National Youth Orchestra, and then gained a scholarship to go the Royal College of Music in 1952, where he studied clarinet with Frederick Thurston and Ralph Clarke, and also composition with John Addison. This Concertino for Soprano Saxophone and Piano is dedicated to Paul Brodie.
We don't connect with our followers through email anymore. Our preferred method of communicating new releases, updates, and announcements is through our social media platforms. We encourage you to visit our Facebook page and "like us" so you are kept up-to-date on the latest information from each of our partner publishers.
Anže Rozman - Dance of the little dragon for Flute Quartet