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Mark Wolfram talks about working in the Recording Studio (click photo)


Mark Wolfram talks about his Tools of the Trade (click photo)


Mark Wolfram talks about Orchestral Transcriptions for Band (click photo)


Mark Wolfram talks about Being an American (click photo)


Mark Wolfram talks about his time as a trombonist (click photo)


Mark Wolfram talks about SPACE - the Final Frontier
(and all things space-related) (click photo)


Mark Wolfram talks about being the Son of a Preacherman (click photo)


Mark Wolfram talks about his long-time mentor Dr. Earl C. Benson (click photo)



Mark Wolfram's recollections of his time in the 1974 Disneyland
All-American College Band - Part 1 of 3 (click photo)


Mark Wolfram's recollections of his time in the 1974 Disneyland
All-American College Band - Part 2 of 3 (click photo)
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Mark Wolfram's recollections of his time in the 1974 Disneyland
All-American College Band - Part 3 of 3 (click photo)


Mark Wolfram discusses the use of instrumental choirs
when composing for concert band (click photo)


"Spectral Shifts" (for Clarinet Trio and Band) (14:47)
Mark Wolfram's "Spectral Shifts" was premiered at the 81st Annual American Bandmasters Association convention in Reno, NV on March 5, 2015. This premiere performance features the Ironwood Clarinet Trio and the Boise State University Symphonic Winds conducted by Marcellus Brown.

 

"All Points Bulletin: In Hot Pursuit" (9:01)
was composed by Mark E. Wolfram as a commissioned work which also has a video - also created by Mr. Wolfram. The live Concert Band plays the work as the video image is projected above or near the stage, while the conductor monitors a "click track" (a customized metronomic track) in order to ensure that the audio and visual images are in perfect synchronization. While this a synth demo track, the actual work was commissioned by a consortium of schools and premiered by the lead commissioner Minnesota State University Mankato Concert Wind Ensemble with conductor Dr. Amy Roisum Foley on February 24, 2015.

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Mark Wolfram attended the Medalist Concert Band of Bloomington, Minnesota premiere of
"Gloria in Mundo Pax" (for Concert Band) (10:51)
at the 2019 Minnesota Music Education Association's winter conference
on February 15, 2019. The work was commisioned by Dr. Earl C. Benson.

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"Rhapsody for Unaccompanied Violoncello" (11:00)
was composed by Mark E. Wolfram as a commissioned work for his nephew upon his graduation from Lawrence University in 2005. This live performance at The Baroque Room in St. Paul, Minnesota was on Saturday, December 21, 2013.

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