Clarinetist Max Opferkuch Accompanies Himself in Quarantine | KCET
Clarinetist Max Opferkuch Accompanies Himself in Quarantine
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Title: Live From Somewhere: At Home with Max Opferkuch
Presented by: USC Thornton
Originally Published: March 17, 2020
Performed by: Max Opferkuch
Clarinetist and USC Thornton student Max Opferkuch performs Bach’s Invention No. 8 in F major, accompanied by... Max Opferkuch? Enjoy a bit of digital magic with Max!
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