This newly engraved and edited collection of the classic 22 Woodwind Quintets features a first-ever full score (now included with with the complete set); the Clarinet book now contains all parts
Contains 48 famous studies, three duos concertantes, ten duos by Bernards, and Trio for Two Oboes and English Horn by Beethoven.
Originally written for oboe and strings in four movements: Introduzione, Allegro, Siciliana and Allegro Giusto. A standard work in the oboe repertoire.
As a composer, Breczinski has written a number of works that have been performed by such ensembles as WiZARDS! A Double Reed Consort, the Encore Wind Ensemble, and the Sorcerers Double Reed Quartet, at such
My intention in writing Impressions was to present to both the audience and the performers short and simple character pieces, each leaving very contrasting mental images of people, places, or
Commissioned in memory of renowned oboist/pedagogue John Mack, the title hints at how influential teachers shape their students' internal dialogues. Cast in two movements, the first (Ricercare doloroso)
Kui is a polysemous figure in ancient Chinese mythology named for the legendary musician "Kui" who invented music and dancing and for the one-legged mountain demon or rain-god variously said to resemble a
Metamorphosis for two oboes and piano explores the idea of rebirth and growth through trials and tribulations. The work concludes with a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson that brings together the
Using the translated poems of Chinese women poets from the 3rd century through the 20th century, the soprano and oboe weave a story of love, death, life, and what we hold close to our hearts.
Partita For Solo Oboe, edited by Bruce Gbur.
The Prelude et Danse features colorful harmonic language and rhythmic interest. The Prelude opens with the unaccompanied oboe, and much of this portion of the piece alternates between the
Composed in 1951. The six metamorphoses include: I. Pan; II. Phaeton; III. Niobe; IV. Bacchus; V. Narcissus; VI. Arethusa. Duration: c. 12 minutes
The Sonata for Oboe and Piano displays the contrapuntal influence of Kent Kennan. The score and part are not dated but the piece was probably written while Lane was a Master's student at the