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Weait - Ukrainian Triptych for bassoon, contrabassoon and piano (13'00)

Page 6 of Weait - Ukrainian Triptych for bassoon, contrabassoon and piano.
SKU: [1201]

Ukrainian Triptych was written in 2012 at the request of Dr. Bruce Gbur who is of Ukrainian descent. The music in three panels (movements) is based on folk songs found in the collection 'Let's Sing Out in Ukrainian, Volume One' compiled and edited by Yurko Foty, published in Saskatoon, Canada by Canuk Publications, 1977. The work will be premiered at the International Double Reed Society's 2012 conference at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio on July 9, 2012.

First Panel - 4'00
Second Panel - 4'45
Third Panel - 4'15
Total duration - 13 minutes

$30.00

Weait - 4 Marches from Early America for 2 oboes and 2 bassoons (9'15)

First page of score to "Four Marches from Early America" for four double reeds.
SKU: [1102]

These Four Marches from Early America are found in the "Merrimac Collection of Instrumental and Martial Musick" by Henry Eaton Moore, printed and published by Jacob B. Moore in Concord, New Hampshire in 1833. The tempos reflect the slower, dignified marching style of the Revolutionary and Federalist periods. the United States March consists entirely of three-measure phrases

1. Colonel Orne's March (4'00)
2. United States March (1'00)
3. General Washington's March (1'45)
4. General Wayne's March (2'30)

$15.00

Rossini - La Scala di Seta Sinfonia (Overture) for chamber winds (7'00)

SKU: [9309]

Rossini's overture to the opera "La Scala di Seta (The Silken Ladder) is well-known to audiences and musicians - especially oboists - for whom the oboe solos are prime audition material. This version for chamber wind ensemble is in the original key of C and maintains the original woodwind and horn solo passages. This is a convenient way to allow your oboists to tackle the Big Solo. Performed by The Ohio State University Wind Ensemble under the direction of the transcriber.

$65.00

Weait - Four Fanfares for woodwind quintet (Total timing: 2'10)

SKU: [1012]

Four short fanfares that can be performed as encores, concert openers or as interludes between longer pieces. They don't have to be performed in numerical order. They were composed for a variety of ensembles. The OBOHIO fanfares were played offstage to begin concerts by that double reed quartet. #2 was performed at the International Double Reed Society conference at Louisiana State University in 1990. Tavern Fanfare was originally for wind octet for a concert at, you guessed it, a tavern! The Seven Eight Fanfare was composed in 1998 for no particular ensemble or event.

$15.00

Weait - A Nineteenth Century Scrapbook for wind nonet (12'30)

SKU: [7101]

This is a revised and re-notated version of this work. Cues have been added and the keys of the first three movements have been changed.

An aural scrapbook of music heard during the 19th century: 1. Washington’s March at the Battle of Trenton by James Hewitt (1770 - 1827), 2. Farewell, Thou Dear Country by G. F. Stanbury (1800 - 1845) 3. Waltz by F. A. Vogel, 4. Reel and Hornpipe (Buckley's Favorite Reel and Saratoga Hornpipe). For wind nonet. E-flat and B-flat contra bass clarinet parts are provided to substitute for contrabassoon or double bass.

$40.00

Beethoven - Bagatelle for wind quintet (2'10)

SKU: [6006]

The first Bagatelle from the Six Bagatelles for piano, Op.126. In the key of G with a short clarinet 'eingang'. Parts for A and B-flat clarinet parts are included. A good introductory work for any program or a fine encore when you wanted to calm down the crowd. Moderately difficult.

This is the pre-printed, paper version of the work. A PDF digital download is also available.

$10.00

Weait - Fragments for wind octet (3'50)

First score page of Weait Fragments for wind octet.
SKU: [9223]

Fragments for wind octet was composed beginning in 1992 and worked on sporadically until 2010. It uses a compositional technique as if themes placed on a bulletin board are moved around for each instrument. The motives recall the traditional figures played when harmonies – ensembles of pairs of woodwinds and horns - were in vogue: leaping clarinet arpeggios, bouncy bassoon bass lines, sprightly rhythms and lyrical oboe melodies. The horns, however, play a corrupted version of ‘horn fifths’ throughout without sharing it.

$25.00

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