Mr. Froom’s Duettino for flute and clarinet is a piece the ensemble will surely be carrying into its next quarter-century.
The New York Times
About David Froom
Elliott McKinley: “Caffeinated Music,” Series 3, Episode 7, May 2021.
Lisa Bost-Sandberg: “The 2017 NFA Commissions,” The Flutist Quarterly, 42/4, Summer 2017, page 48.
Zach Herchen: “Talk with David Froom” on YouTube
Perry Goldstein: “David Froom” in The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition, 2013
“David Froom,” on Wikipedia.
“Trusting the Connections” by Alexandra Gardner, Spotlight Profile in New Music Box, April 18, 2012
“A stylistic analysis of three flute pieces by David Froom: Circling for flute and clarinet, To Dance to the Whistling Wind for solo flute, and Lightscapes for flute and piano” by Candice Behrmann, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, DMA dissertation, 2010
“Flute and Clarinet Together” by Joanna Cowan White in Flute Talk, September 2009
Ann Rivers Witherspoon: “David Froom: MTNA Shepard Distinguished Composer 2006” in American Music Teacher, June-July 2007 (scroll down to 2006)
Perry Goldstein: “David Froom” in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd edition, 2001
By David Froom
“Classical Music to Unite a Community,” New Music Box, July 20, 2011
“Looking Back, Looking Forward,” and “Composed in Southern Maryland,” River Gazette, volume 10, no. 3, Fall 2010
“The Emerging Generation,” keynote article in Contemporary Music Review, Volume 10, Part 1.
Editor of the issue “The Emerging Generation,” Contemporary Music Review, Volume 10, Part 1.
Editor of Sinfonia in C major/minor, by G. Donizetti, in The Symphony 1720-1840, series A, volume IV, Garland Publishing, Inc., New York and London, 1982.
Contributing editor to The Symphonies of Gossec, The Symphony 1720-1840, series D, volume III, Garland Publishing, Inc., New York and London, 1983.
Record notes for CD: “Sonnets to Orpheus and Siren Songs: Music of Eric Moe” on Koch International
Two articles in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd edition
Entries on Ronald Caltabiano and Jeffrey Mumford