I realized that the woodwinds have been severely underrepresented in my Monday YouTube Fix so I figure there's no better place to start than with Stanley Drucker. Mr. Drucker was a clarinetist with the New York Philharmonic for 61 years! No that is not a typo. 49 of those years were as the principal. It is hard to imagine that I first heard him play with the Philharmonic 21 years ago and he had been playing in the orchestra at that time for 43 years! This is a wonderful performance of the Weber Concertino for Clarinet and Orchestra. He sure makes that instrument sound easy.