Ludwig Milde's 25 Studies, Op. 24 is a long-standing staple of the bassoon's pedagogical literature, previously available only in corrected editions lacking content beyond the etudes themselves.
Continuing his celebrated series of Latin-inspired dance suites for two flutes and piano, Gary Schocker's Accident Prone (Four Dances for Two Flutes and Piano) has all the sizzle and charm of his
Advanced Clarinet Studies: The Art of Chunking presents the first and only method for clarinetists to master the process of "chunking" as a practice technique. Through exploration of technical
Airspace is an 11 minute work commissioned by the Monmouth Winds, for whom Schocker's Sextet for wind quintet and piano was also composed. Evoking four contrasting outdoor spaces
Welcher's fascinating work for soprano sax is both a refraction of Mendelssohn's music for A Midsummer Night's Dream and his own incidental music to Shakespeare's comedy. The work's
The six Brandenburg Concertos are among the most familiar of Bach's works. Among the six, the third is a wondrous experience for performers and audience, with its fascinating use of
Trust Melanie Thorne to arrange Verdi's famous "drinking song" from La Traviata for an ensemble of eight clarinets! Raise a glass as the opening theme is quietly introduced, then raucously
Following the Capitol Quartet's commission and celebrated premiere of The Mechanics, Carter Pann composed this short encore piece for the Capitol Quartet as a written-out improvisation. The players
Celestial Bodies was commissioned by Powell flutes in celebration of Philip Dikeman, and premiered at the gala closing concert of the 2017 NFA convention. Composed with a lilting, moderate 6/8
The Robert Russell Bennett Project of Maurice River Press addresses the unpublished works of this uniquely American treasure. A Leading arranger of Broadway and popular music over a span of decades, Bennett
Previously known only through a spurious edition in G Major, the authentic Concertino in F was recently discovered in Italy by Pedro Diaz, English Hornist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Diaz
Mozart's Concerto No. 1 in F minor, Op. 73, J 114 for Clarinet and Orchestra, arranged here for clarinet and string quartet. Score and set of parts: B-flat Clarinet, Violin 1, Violin 2, Viola, and
Inspired by the alluring human-like sound of the Ney (a Persian bamboo flute), Ranjbaran aimed not only to highlight the modern flutist's ability to play agile and brilliant passages, but also to emulate
Composed by Telemann as a double concerto for recorder and transverse flute, Zart Dombourian-Eby's new edition is prepared for piccolo, flute and piano - remaining compatible with available orchestral
This 14-minute work was co-commissioned of 19 saxophone/piano duos. Matheson cites the irony that humans throughout time find new ways to connect with each other, while distancing themselves in other ways.
in Court Dances, Amanda Harberg's musical palette sparkles with her trademark sense of imaginative energy, warmth, and lyricism. The three-movement work is a joyful and soulful celebration,
DC was commissioned by Nan Raphael (Solo Piccolo, US Army Field Band, retired) who premiered it in an all-Schocker concert at the 2015 NFA convention in Washington DC, with Schocker at the piano.
Dark Lake, the second movement of Somers' Flute Sonata is available in its original scoring for bass flute and piano. The composition of this tone poem was inspired in part by a
The dramatic overture from Mozart's "Don Giovanni" (the sixth most-performed opera in the world) is skillfully arranged for a large woodwind ensemble by Melanie Thorne. The thrilling and dramatic overture
For this synthesis of Mozart's well-known full orchestral overture, Melanie Thorne has crafted a stunning octet version SSAATTBB saxophones. All parts are engaged and integral, requiring extra practice time
For the stirring overture to Mozart's "Don Giovanni," the arranger separates the layers into different clarinet voices, creating an octet which capably reflects the original. Scored for four B-flat
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