For 2 trumpets in C, French horn, trombone & tubular bells. First printing. Originally written for orchestra. One movement work. Score, 4 p. and parts.
For clarinet & orchestra. Reprint. Two movement work dedicated to Richard Stoltzman. Duration: ca. 11'. Spiral bound score, 45 p.
For violin & orchestra. Commissioned by CityMusic Cleveland and James Gaffigan, for violinist Michi Wiancko. Duration: ca. 25'. Spiral bound score, 76 p.
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Brouwer, Margaret. Four-movement work loosely suggested by the flavor of the folk music of Virginia.
Brouwer, Margaret. A brilliant and ingratiating work for string quartet. Rich vein of intense lyricism contrasts with moments of more lively, virtuosic quartet writing. One movement, 8
Brouwer, Margaret. A collection of thoughts, impressions, and reactions in musical form. A 17-minute work in four movements, in which the flutist can choose which movements for perform.
Brouwer, Margaret. Powerful work speaks to the events before, during,and after Sept 11, 2001. 18 minutes.
For 16 players or chamber orchestra. Commissioned by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony. This work features a main ensemble, a solo group, and a group of brass positioned around the auditorium. Duration: ca.
For full orchestra. Originally commissioned by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony. Duration: ca. 16'. Spiral bound score, 40 p.
For orchestra with soprano & women's chorus. Commissioned by the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra. There is no text. Duration: ca. 13'. Spiral bound score, 51 p.
For clarinet in A, 2 violins, viola & cello. First Edition. A work in four movements. Commissioned by Daniel Silver and the University of Colorado, in the tradition of quintets for the
Brouwer, Margaret. Copyright 1999. Tone poem beginning with an expression of grief and sorrow, and then evolving into a musical portrait full of warm memories, love, admiration, and images of sailing.
Sing with the Lark is a stunning piece for treble voices by Margaret Brouwer, with beautiful vocal lines soaring above a flowing piano accompaniment.
Brouwer, Margaret. Copyright 2000. This work was commissioned by the Horn Consortium Commissioning Group. Consisting of two movements:Hymn and Riding to Higher Clouds the work is 14 1/2' in length.
Brouwer, Margaret. Copyright 2000. Written in 1997. A major addition to the symphonic repertoire and confirms Brouwer's growth into one of the most important and original voices in American Music.
Published in 2003, this work explores the reaction to personal loss so profoundly expressed in the poem During Wind and Rain by Thomas Hardy. The first movement utilizes one pitch cell throughout in two