English horn

Weait - Sarabande and Scherzo for English horn & Bass Clarinet (5'25)

First score page to Weait - Sarabande for English horn and bass clarinet.
First score page to Weait - Scherzo for english horn & bass clarinet
SKU: [1605]

Two movements for the not-often-heard duo of English horn and bass clarinet dedicated to the outstanding Robyn Dixon Costa and Anthony J. Costa. Sarabande invokes the historic slow dance form in triple time. The Scherzo has playful treatments of octave doublings with occasional "wrong" notes. The bass clarinet part has alternative pitches for instruments without the extended low range.

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

$25.00

Weait - The Merry Raftsmen for 12 woodwinds (2'45) PDF

SKU: 7905A-pdf

Music from the Ottawa River where rafts of lumber were floated to sawmills guided by men perched on the logs. The arrangement recalls the vibrant, outdoor life of the raftsmen in a setting for triple orchestral woodwinds. Performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at children’s concerts to demonstrate the woodwind instruments. It is dedicated to Victor Feldbrill. For Pic, 2Fl, 2Ob, EH, 2Cl, BCl, 2Bn, CBn

$25.00

Mozart - Kanon Alleluja, K. 553 for woodwind and sax choir (2'00) PDF

SKU: 9210F-PDF

Mozart's interesting canon is first set out for unison performance by all instruments, then the canon melody is scored in a four-part version that can be played by any combination of woodwind instruments. You can use it as a warmup from the beginning or as a concert selection by starting at a half-note before measure 27.

Parts are provided for: piccolo, flute, oboe, English horn, E-flat clarinet, 2 clarinets in B-flat, bass clarinet, E-flat and B-flat contrabass clarinets, bassoon, contrabassoon, 2 alto saxophones, tenor saxophone, baritone and bass saxophone.

$10.00

Weait - The Merry Raftsmen for woodwind choir (pdf)

First score page. Weait - Merry Raftsmen for woodwind choir
SKU: [7905B-pdf]

Music from the Ottawa River where rafts of lumber were floated to sawmills guided by men perched on the logs. The arrangement recalls the vibrant, outdoor life of the raftsmen in a setting for the complete woodwind choir. An earlier version was performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at children’s concerts to demonstrate the woodwind instruments. For Pic, 2Fl, 2Ob, EH, 2Cl, BCl, 2Bn, CBn, 2ASx, TSx, BarSx.

The arranger pouts while stating, “This arrangement can be performed without the English horn and contrabassoon parts.”

$20.00

Weait - 3 Movements for 8 Double Reeds (7'52) PDF

SKU: [1311pdf]

Composed for performance at the 43rd annual conference of the International Double Reed Society at New York University in August, 2014. The three movements, Melancholy Waltz (2'16), Chaconne (3'00) and Jollification (2'36) are for 2 oboes, 2 English horns (or 3 oboes and English horn), 3 bassoons and contrabassoon. A set of parts comes with a full score. The parts are professionally notated with cues, measure and rehearsal numbers.

This is the downloadable version of the work. A pre-printed, paper version is not available on the website.

$25.00

Mozart - Kanon Alleluja, K. 553 for woodwind and sax choir (2'00)

First score page to Mozart - Kanon Alleluja for woodwind choir
SKU: [9210F]

Mozart's interesting canon is first set out for unison performance by all instruments, then the canon melody is scored in a four-part version that can be played by any combination of woodwind instruments. You can use it as a warmup from the beginning or as a concert selection by starting at a half-note before measure 27.

Parts are provided for: piccolo, flute, oboe, English horn, E-flat clarinet, 2 clarinets in B-flat, bass clarinet, E-flat and B-flat contrabass clarinets, bassoon, contrabassoon, 2 alto saxophones, tenor saxophone, baritone and bass saxophone.

$10.00

Paisable - The Queen's Farewell for 17 woodwinds (2'30)

SKU: [6907]

A setting of Jacques Paisable's funeral march for Queen Mary II (1662 - 1695). It was published 9n John Banister's "Sprightly Companion", London, 1695, possibly the first English language oboe tutor. Paisable was one of the early oboists and Bannister's teacher. This transcription from the original for 4 double reeds, is for the woodwind section of a concert band without saxophones: piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, English horn, E-flat clarinet, 3 B-flat clarinets, alto, bass and contrabass clarinets, 3 bassoons and contrabassoon.

$20.00

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