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
Variations on Ma'oz Tzur (mah' - oh - tzoor'), a beloved Chanukah song that is sung in homes and synagogues after the candles are lit. In this arrangement the traditional hymn-like melody is presented as a
A jazz medley of Deck the Halls, Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
A medley of Dixieland favorites transposed for woodwind quintet. Titles include: When the Saints Go Marching In; Just a Closer Walk with Thee and Battle Hymn.
Composed to fulfill a commission for a memorial exhibit in Vienna to be played in a clock organ, the term "fantasy" or "fantasia" became affixed to this work later as a more descriptive term. In A-B-A form,
An extraordinary work of late Mozart, this title was composed to fulfill a commission for a memorial exhibit in Vienna, to be played in a clock organ, and only later became known as a "fantasy." This
Written for a quintet of four flutes and alto flute, Flock was inspired by minimalist composer Steve Reich's Vermont Counterpoint, a tour de force for multiple flutes. The flutes in
This compelling arrangement of the Advent and Christmas favorite What Child Is This? suggests the melody, but only occasionally states it outright. All players must be on high alert, as they are constantly
An introspective, emotive setting with the traditional melody supported by rich harmonies and unexpected modulations. A great choice for a moment of peaceful reflection during the Christmas season.
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