Woodwind Music

(Updated 30 September 2014)

This page has some woodwind performance reference books and music for mixed woodwind duos and larger ensembles (including horn). Music which is for one type of instrument (3 flutes, for example) is found on the pages for that instrument. The music is arranged in order of composer or editor.


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Reference  
WW016: The Classical Woodwind Cadenza, A Workbook by David Lasocki & Betty Bang Mather. McGinnis & Marx, 1979, SS, 60 pages. This workbook is designed to involve the performer of eighteenth-century woodwind music in the composition of classical cadenzas. Included are examples of the few surviving cadenzas preserved in published and manuscript form. We are now out of this book. We have had orders pending from this publisher since April 2013 and have not received them.
15.95
WW014: Free Ornamentation in Woodwind Music 1700-1775 by Betty Bang Mather & David Lasocki. McGinnis & Marx, 1976, SB, 158 pages. This book on free ornamentation is intended for woodwind performers. The authors have found written out examples of ornamentation in manuscripts of the period and presented them along with guidelines for various composers and schools of playing (Italian, French, etc.)
21.95
WW015: Interpretation of French Music from 1675 to 1775 by Betty Bang Mather. McGinnis & Marx, 1973, SS, 104 pages. Subtitled: For Woodwind and Other Performers, Additional Comments on German and Italian Music. This book focuses on the 50 years from 1700 to 1750 when woodwind (especially flute) music was popular and the performance practices for French music were distinctive. The three principal subjects are rhythmic inequality, articulation, and ornamentation. The book is packed with musical examples and includes appendices, bibliography, and index. 
19.95

Duets (in order by composer or editor)
C1574: Clarinet Methods, Studies & Ensembles. CD Sheet Music LLC, 2010. This collection makes available eight essential clarinet methods, studies and exercises, as well as over 30 works for clarinet with instruments including duos, trios and quartets by 20 familiar and lesser known composers from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Scores and parts are included for many ensemble works. There are several woodwind ensemble works on this CD.
Methods, Studies & Exercises include: Baermann (Complete Method for Clarinet, Op. 63); Klosé (Conservatory Method, 25 Daily Exercises, 30 Studies after Augmont); Langenus ( Complete Method for Clarinet); Rose (32 Etudes for Clarinet).
Ensembles include: Amberg (Fantasiestücke, Suite for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet & Piano); Beethoven (Quintet for Piano and Winds); Brahms (Quintet for Clarinet & Strings, Trio for Clarinet, Cello & Piano); Bruch (8 Piece for Clarinet, Cello & Piano); Cavallini (Rêverie Russe for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano); d'Indy (Trio for Piano, Clarinet, and Cello); Fibich (Quintet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Horn, & Piano); Glinka (Trio Pathétique, for Clarinet, Cello, & Piano); Hummel (Serenade No. 1 for Flute, Clarinet, Viola, & Cello); Liadov (8 Russian Folk Dances); Mozart (Twelve Minuets for 2 Clarinets or Basset Horns, Five Divertimenti for 2 Clarinets & Bassoon, Quintet for Clarinet & Strings, Quintet for Piano & Winds, Trio for Clarinet, Viola & Piano); Ravel (Introduction & Allegro); Reger (Quintet for Clarinet & Strings); Rimsky-Korsakov (Quintet for Piano & Winds); Saint-Saëns (Tarantella for Flute, Clarinet & Piano); Schubert (Der Hirt auf dem Felsen); Schumann (Märchenerzählungen, for Clarinet, Viola & Piano); Spohr (Fantasy & Variations); Titl (Serenade for Violin, Clarinet & Piano); Zemlinsky (Trio for Clarinet, Violin & Cello). Also includes composer biographies and relevant articles from the 1911 edition of Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians.
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WW258: Five Dialogues for Flute and Clarinet by John Addison. Emerson Edition, 1992, SS, 13 pages in score format. John Addison (1920-1998) was a British composer (who studied both oboe and clarinet) best known for his film scores. This piece was part of a project by the publisher to commission works for these two instruments from composers whose writing for wind instruments was particularly skillful and imaginative. The dialogs are: I. Prelude al scherzo (Allegretto), II. Air (Andante), III. Caprice (Allegro moderato/Andante), IV. Entracte (Moderato), and V. Valse (Tempo di Valse). College level (although the slower movements are easier).
Barn Dances - The Scott/Garrison Duo
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16.95
WW034: Duos Concertants for Flute or Oboe and Clarinet 1st Series compiled, transcribed, and revised by Albert J. Andraud. Southern Music Company, 1935, SS, 23 pages (two copies). All duets are in score format. This book contains six duets from the works of Bach, three from Handel and three from Mozart. For good high school players or better.

WW035: Duos Concertants for Flute or Oboe and Clarinet 2nd Series compiled, transcribed, and revised by Albert J. Andraud. Southern Music Company, 1946, SS, 40 pages (two copies). This book has two duos concertants by G. Kummer (not in score format, all the rest are), and Symphony Concertante by Mozart KV 364 for violin, viola and orchestra or piano (accompaniment not included) transcribed, and shorter works by Bach, Handel, and Krebs. Some of the material in this book is more difficult than the first book.

WW036: Duos Concertants for Flute or Oboe and Clarinet 3rd Series compiled, transcribed, and revised by Albert J. Andraud. Southern Music Company, 1946, SS, 40 pages (two copies). This book has three duos concertants by J.B. Gambaro (not in score format, all the rest are), 12 duets for 2 basset horns by Mozart (not transposed), an extended duet by J. Sellner, and shorter works by Bach, Handel, Lacome, and Rameu. A mix of difficulty levels similar to the second book.
Series 1
12.50

Series 2
12.50


Series 3
9.95


WW171: Fantasy for flute and clarinet by Malcolm Arnold. Queen's Temple Publications, 2003, SS, 2 pages (score format). A miniature (duration 1:30) Arnold wrote for his children to play together. Opens and closes with the flute playing a melody over arpeggios in the clarinet and has a contrasting interlude in between. Some pleasing dissonance in spots. Early high school level.
Sir Malcolm Arnold: Wind Chamber Music
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WW314: Johann Sebastian Bach for Flute and Clarinet Duo Volume I arranged by Joe Armstrong and Liz Leehey. Van Cott Information Services Inc., 2013, SB, 16 + 6 + 6 pages (includes score and parts). This volume has three duos. Adagio from Concerto in C minor BWV 1060: Originally for oboe and violin, this Adagio is an example of Bach’s marvelous interweaving of exquisite lines. In this transcription the clarinet takes the oboe line while the flute takes the violin line. Frohe Hirten, eilt, ach eilet! from The Christmas Oratorio BWV 248: Bach’s delightful tenor aria Frohe Hirten, eilt, ach eilet! (Joyous Shepherds Hasten!), transcribed for flute and clarinet duo with the clarinet taking the vocal line. The two parts interweave and then join in running roulades that challenge both fingers and breath. Ich will leiden, ich will schweigen from Cantata BWV 87: A tenor aria (translated as I would suffer, I would keep silent) transcribed for flute and clarinet duo. The clarinet takes the vocal line while the flute takes the violin line, in this poignant, pastorale-like aria that embraces both sorrow and comforting. Click on the cover image to view the score of the first page of each duo.
19.95
WW317: Johann Sebastian Bach for Flute and Clarinet Duo Volume II arranged by Joe Armstrong and Liz Leehey. Van Cott Information Services Inc., 2013, SB, 16 + 7 + 8 pages (includes score and parts). This volume has three duos. Schweigt, ihr Flöten, schweigt ihr Töne! from Cantata BWV 210: The clarinet takes the soprano vocal part. This is the second aria from Bach's wedding cantata O holder Tag, erwünschte Zeit! There is an alternate part for this piece for clarinet in A. Valet will ich dir gerben from Cantata BWV 95: Originally for solo soprano chorale with oboe d'amore obbligato, it has been transcribed for flute and clarinet duo. Was willst du dich mein Geist entsetzen? from Cantata BWV: This is the tenor aria from Cantata Liebster Gott. The flute takes the tenor line while the clarinet takes the oboe d'amore line. Click on the cover image to view the score of the first page of each duo.
19.95
WW071: Duo Op. 25 Oboe and Clarinet by Marion Bauer. C.F. Peters, 1953, SS, 9 pages (score format). Marion Bauer (1892-1955) was a composer, critic, author, lecturer and teacher. She was also the first American student of Boulanger in Paris. This is a suite of four duets: Prelude (Allegretto Con Moto), Improvisation (Andante Expressivo e rubato), Pastoral (Allegretto), and Dance (Allegro Giocoso). Early college level.
Marion Bauer: Orchestral and Chamber Works
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15.75
WW152: Three Duets WoO 27 for Clarinet and Bassoon by Ludwig van Beethoven edited by Jerry Kirkbride and Jane Taylor. International Music Co., 1979, SS, 13 pages for each part (no score). While there is some doubt that Beethoven wrote these pieces, they are popular nonetheless. I. Allegro commodo, Larghetto sostenuto, and Rondo (Allegretto); II. Allegro affecttuoso, Aria (Larghetto), and Rondo (Allegro moderato); and III. Allegro sostenuto, Andantino con moto, and Allegro assai.
15.50
WW185: Drei Duos (Three Duets) WoO 27 for Clarinet and Bassoon by Ludwig van Beethoven edited by Egon Voss. Henle, 2010, SS. This edition includes a score with the bassoon part and separate parts for clarinet in C (for the first two duets which were originally for that instrument) and parts for all three duets for clarinet in B-flat. The Preface (in German, French, and English) describes the problematic history of these duets while a Comments section at the end has notes on the editing. I. Allegro commodo, Larghetto sostenuto, and Rondo (Allegretto); II. Allegro affecttuoso, Aria (Larghetto), and Rondo (Allegro moderato); and III. Allegro sostenuto, Aria con Variazioni (Andantino con moto), and Allegro assai.
31.95
WW113: Contrastes III for Clarinet and Bassoon by Eugene Bozza. Alphonse Leduc, 1977, SS, 12 pages. Includes two copies of the parts in score format. There are eight short movements in this piece. Early college level.
31.65
WW042: Trois Mouvements (Three Movements) for Flute and Clarinet in B-flat by Eugene Bozza. Alphonse Leduc, 1974. Includes two copies of the parts in score format. The three movements are Allegretto; Moderato, espressivo; and Allegro giocoso. Suitable for college or professional recitals.

32.30

WW132: Shadows Duo for Flute and Clarinet by Jane Brockman. Arsis Press, 1985, SS, 7 pages (score format). The tradition of imitation which has historically inspired two-voice music can be likened to an object and its shadow, continually evident in this composition. At times, the instrumental identities become obscured, and one is not certain which instrument is playing which line. Also, the musical language of Richard Wagner still has much relevance for this composer. It is his shadow which is 'felt' throughout the work as the leitmotiv of Kundry (from Parsifal) is employed melodically, but without its characteristic rhythm--and in a new context. A college level work with a duration of about 6 minutes.
6.95

WW143: Four Pieces for Flute and Clarinet by Newel Kay Brown. Tenuto Publications, 1968, SS, two copies in score format each 7 pages. The four pieces are: I. Adagio, II. Allegretto, III. Adagietto, and IV. Allegro con brio. Better high school level and up. Duration 5:35.
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8.95

WW219: Sonatine for Flute and Clarinet by Jean Cartan. Heugel, 1931, SS, each part is 6 pages. Both the flute and clarinet parts include the part for the other instrument in small print. In three movements: Pastorale (Sans lenteur), Berceuse (Andante), and Rondeau (Vif). College level.
Barn Dances - The Scott/Garrison Duo
21.25

WW326: Three Bagatelles from China West Duet for Flute and Clarinet by Chen Yi. Theodore Presser Co., 2009/2014, SS, 10 pages in score format. This piece was originally written for flute and piano but seven additional versions have been created. The three bagatelles are I. Shan Ge (Lightly), II. Nai Guo Hou (Lively) and III. Dou Duo (Simply). As befits a piece originally for solo flute, the flute is the star and the clarinet is mostly in an accompanying role. In the first movement the flute is playing the melody (freely) while the clarinet has short rhythmic statements. In the second movement, the clarinet plays the melody. The flute enters after bar 23 with an obbligato part while the clarinet repeats the melody. In the third movement (which is the source of our example) the flute plays a melody while the clarinet plays a rhythmic accompaniment of 16the notes. College level. Click on the cover image to view a sample page from the third movement.
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15.95

WW197: Duo Suite on Mexican Themes for Flute and Clarinet by Mike Curtis. Advance Music, 1997, SS, 15 pages in score format. There are six pieces: I. Plaza del Baratillo, II. El Burro Viejo, III. La Banda del Estado, IV. Dulcinea, V. Sancho Danza, and VI. La Rana Loca. Better high school players and up.
10.95

WW227: Woodwind Friends, 25 Intermediate Duets by Mike Curtis. MSS Publishing, 2010, SB, 73 pages in score format. This book has 25 intermediate duets with parts in C, B-flat, E-flat, and bass clef. The composer has computed that there are more than 50 possible combinations of woodwind instruments that can play them. These duets are progressive. They gradually build the student's experience of time signatures, articulations, tempi, dynamics, keys, styles and rhythmic complexity. They were written to be short and fun. Click on the cover image to see a sample page.
14.95

WW313: Conversations pour clarinette et basson by Jean-Michel Damase. Editions Henry Lemoine, 2000, SB, 20 pages in score format. Jean-Michel Damase (1928-2013) was a French pianist, conductor and composer. This suite for clarinet and bassoon has six "conversations" in a variety of tempos at the college level.  Click on the cover image to see the first page page.
18.95

WW141: Four Little Duos for Flute and Clarinet by Robert Dickow. Manduca Music, 1997, SS, 8 pages. In score format with two copies. Robert Dickow (1949-) is an American composer who teaches horn, composition, and theory at the University of Idaho. These four duets are at the advanced college level and feature mixed meter. The publisher describes them as "Really nice recital material for good players. Stravinskyesque technique and textures." The duration is 8:30.
Barn Dances - The Scott/Garrison Duo
11.95

WW145: Andante Con Variazioni for Flute and Clarinet by Daniel Dorff. Tenuto Publications, 1986, SS, two copies in score format each 7 pages. The Andante is followed by five variations. The odd meters (7/16 and 5/8) in variation II make this an early college level piece. Duration about 4:30.
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8.95

WW144: Dances and Canons for Flute and Clarinet by Daniel Dorff. Tenuto Publications, 1988, SS, two copies in score format each 7 pages. There are nine short pieces which are: 1. Waltz (Tempo di valse), 2. Canon (Allegro), 3. Ballad (Andante cantabile), 4. Canon (Presto), 5. Invention (Maestoso), 6. Dance (Con spirito), 7. Nocturne (Largo amorosa), 8. Canon, (Leggiero), and 9. Dance (Allegro con brio). For better high school students and up. The duration is about 7 minutes.
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8.95

WW232: Old New Borrowed Blue, A collection of fun duets for Flute and B-flat Clarinet by Daniel Dorff. Tenuto Publications, 2010, SS, 23 pages. In score format. The duets are in three groups: Dances and Canons which has 9 pieces and a duration of 7 minutes, Three Little Waltzes with a duration of 6 minutes, and finally, Andante con Variazioni which has a short Andante and five variations with a total duration of 4:30. Most of these pieces are at the advanced intermediate level and will probably be of most interest to better high school students and adult amateurs.
13.95

WW124: Three Romances for Flute and B-flat Clarinet by Daniel Dorff. Tenuto Publications, 2007, SS, 8 pages. In score format with two copies. The three romances are: 1. Languid (Allegro pastorale), 2. Sultry (Tango drammatico), and 3. Frisky (Brisk allegro). The music is lyrical, tonal, and rhythmic. It will be premeried by flutist Gary Schocker with the composer on clarinet at the 2007 National Flute Association's annual convention. Early college level. Duration about 8 minutes.
12.95

WW158: Two Cats for Flute and B-flat Clarinet by Daniel Dorff. Tenuto Publications, 2008, SS, 8 pages. In score format with two copies. Close on the heels (paws?) of his already popular Three Romances, composer Daniel Dorff has presented us with another flute and clarinet duet. The composer's program notes are as follows: "Being quite fond of my flutist-partner's two cats, I chose this opportunity to make musical portraits of Hootie, a handsome and elegant 20-pound tuxedo cat, and Tiki, a petite bengal princess. Hootie's music is generally in a slow pulse with lyrical 16ths flowing, just as Hootie is pensive and outwardly still, while clearly being very busy inside. The final phrase is marked snoozendo poco a poco. The final measures of the Hootie movement are identical to the beginning of the Tiki movement, just as in reality one cat's end is sometimes notably close to the other's beginning. After a 'peacefully lurking' introduction, Tiki's remarkable showcat grace and playful lightness are set as an effervescent scherzo, including some double-tonguing (after all, her name is ti-ki), a bit of fluttertonguing as Tiki can sound herself, and with a regally strutted circus march in the middle of the scherzo." College level with a duration of about 8:15.
13.95

WW303: Duo for Flute and Clarinet (in A) by Alberto Ginastera adapted by Daniel Dorff. Theodore Presser Co., 2013, SS, 12 pages (score format). Ginastera's Duo (1945) is familiar and standard repertoire for most flute and oboe duos. In three movements (Sonata, Pastorale, Fuga), the composer immediately found a welcoming audience in the United States, including Virgil Thomson, who proclaimed, "This is the kind of music which makes one believe and have confidence in the New World." Now, Daniel Dorff retains the original flute part, while transposing the oboe to clarinet in A with an ear for idiomatic accuracy. Duration about 8:30 minutes. Early college level. Click on the cover image to view several pages from this piece.
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12.95

WW332: Christmas Anthology Flute and Clarinet Duet arranged by Frank J. Halferty. Almitra Music/Kendor Music, 2014, SS, 28 pages. Subtitled 24 Duets for Grade 3-4 Musicians. This grading is on the US 6 point scale but is on the easier side of that standard. Contents: Adeste Fidelis (O Come, All Ye Faithful); Angels We Have Heard On High; Away In A Manger; Bring A Torch, Jeanette, Isabella; Coventry Carol; Deck The Halls; The First Noel; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen; Good Christian Men Rejoice; Good King Wenceslas; Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; The Holly And The Ivy; In The Bleak Midwinter (Holst); Infant Holy, Infant Lowly; It Came Upon A Midnight Clear; Jingle Bells; Jolly Old St. Nicholas; Joy To The World; O Little Town Of Bethlehem; Silent Night; Up On The Housetop; We Three Kings; We Wish You A Merry Christmas; and What Child Is This? Click on the cover image to view two sample pages.
11.50

WW168: Dialogues Op. 158 for Flute and Clarinet by Michael Kibbe. Michael Kibbe, 2006, SB, (includes score and parts). This work is in three movements: I. Allegretto, II. Andante, and III. Vivo. Duration about 8:30 minutes. Early college level.
19.95

WW167: Duo Op. 73 for Clarinet and Bassoon by Michael Kibbe. Michael Kibbe, 2007, SB, (includes score and parts). Premiered in 1983, this revised edtion was published in late 2007. The work is in three movements: I. Briskly, II. Quietly Moving, and III. Very fast. Duration about 8 minutes. Early college level.
19.95

C1158: Pink Flamingos Tango for Clarinet and Bass Clarinet (or Bassoon) by Michael Kibbe. Michael Kibbe, 2006, (includes all parts). Originally written for wind quintet, the composer has adapted this piece for two players. At an Allegro sensuoso tempo, this should be playable by good high school/adult amateur performers and beyond.
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11.95

WW163: Sonatina for Flute and Clarinet Op. 92/2b by Ernst Krenek. Baerenreiter, 1960, SS, 5 pages (in score format). Ernst Krenek (1900-1991) was an Austrian born composer (of Czech heritage) who lived in the United States from 1938 on. In three movements: I. Allegretto comodo, II. Adagio, and III. Vivace. This piece, which as written in 1942, looks like a good piece for a college recital. The duration is about 8 minutes.
Ernst Krenek: Chamber Music with Clarinet - Csaba Klenyán
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22.95

WW139: Caribbean Sketches for Flute and Clarinet by Gordon Lewin. Boosey & Hawkes, 1962, SS, (includes parts and score). Gordon Lewin (1921-2008) was a British composer, clarinetist, and saxophonist, who studied at the Royal College of Music and performed on more than 100 film scores. This piece has two movements: 1. Palm Tree Song (1:30) and 2. Cuban Calypso (2:10). The first could probably be performed by many good high school duos, while the second, which is mostly in 5/4 at Allegro giocoso con ritmo (mm=160-168), will require a somewhat higher skill level.
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25.95

WW136: Three Latin-American Impressions for Flute and Clarinet by Gordon Lewin. Boosey & Hawkes, 1955, SS, 8 pages in score format. Another Gordon Lewin piece that looks like a lot of fun and has finally been received (in August 2010) after a lengthy wait. The three pieces are: 1. La Chica (Allegro, Valse Creole), 2. El Burro Pequeño (Tempo di Samba), and 3. Bailecito Mexicano (Allegro, Jarabe). Early college level (some high school level musicians will be able to play this) with the first and last pieces easier than the middle one.
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20.95

WW130: Duo Flute and Clarinet by David Liptak. MMB Music, 1992, SB, 9 pages. David Liptak (1949-) is an American composer and music educator. This piece was commissioned for the 1979 Rock Mountain Chamber Festival and was first perform by Doriot Anthony Dwyer flute and David Harman clarinet at Fort Collins, Colorado the same year. It was revised by the composer in 1992. It is in four movements: Andante con moto, Con forza, Andante languido, and Presto. It is in score format (11 x 17 size) with a copy for each performer. This is an advanced work with a duration of  about 9 minutes.
Flights of Fancy - Crescent Duo
39.95

WW183: Baroque Dance Suite for Flute and Clarinet by arranged by Robert S. Frost. Kendor Music, 2010, 5 pages in score format. The dances of the Baroque period provide challenging and rewarding repertoire for festival and concert performance. They dances are: Georg Phillip Telemann Bourree, Jean-Philippe Rameau Two Sarabandes, George Frederic Handel Minuet in F minor, Johann Sebastian Bach Gavotte (from French Suite No. 5). The publisher rates this as US grade 3. It is suitable for younger (but progressing) high school students. Total duration 6:00. Click on the cover image to view the first page.
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WW037: Duos for Flute and Clarinet Op. 24 by Robert Muczynski. G. Schirmer, 1991, SS, 13 pages. Includes two copies of the six duets which are in score format. Probably early college level but might be attempted by younger players if the flutist has good command of the third octave.
14.95
WW260: Two Duos for Piccolo and E-flat Clarinet (or Piccolo and Flute) by Roger Nixon. ECSPublishing/Galaxy Music, 1982, SS, 8 pages (2 copies in score format). Roger Nixon (1921-2009) was an American composer, musician (who had studied the clarinet), and professor of music. Duo I. is Moderato and Duo II. is Allegro moderato. College level.
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11.25
WW038: Sonata for Clarinet and Bassoon by Francis Poulenc. Chester Music, 1924, SS, 12 pages. The music is in score format. Somewhat similar in style to Sonata for Two Clarinets, it has three movements: Allegro, Romance, and Final. While the bassoonist faces some endurance issues in the second and third movements, this is excellent recital repertoire.
Portrait of David Weber
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11.95
WW277: A Treasury of Puccini Duets, 8 Favorite Arias for Flute and Clarinet in B-flat arranged by Daniel Dorff, edited and annotated by Cindy Anne Broz. Theodore Presser Co., 2012, SS, 20 pages. Score format. Oh! Mio Babbino Caro from Gianni Schicchi; Musetta's Waltz from La Bohème; Butterfly's Entrance, Flower Duet, and Un Bel Di from Madama Butterfly; Donna Non Vidi Mai from Manon Lescaut; Vissi d'Arte from Tosca; and Ave Maria from Suor Angelica. Includes translations and scene descriptions. In addition, notes and suggestions for applying operatic lyricism through instrumental expression are provided by flutist-pedagogue Cindy Anne Broz. Upper intermediate level. Click on the cover image to see sample pages.
12.95
WW051: Three American Miniatures for Flute and Clarinet in B-flat by John Rutter. Oxford, 1981, SS, 8 pages. One of the foremost living composers and conductors of choral music, John Rutter has also written orchestral and instrumental music. This piece for unaccompanied flute and clarinet is in three movements: Fanfare and Proclamation (Vivace), Blues (Andante expressivo), and Rag (Allegretto).  Early college level. Score format.
Flights of Fancy - Crescent Duo
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WW287: Six Studies for Clarinet and Bassoon by Peter Schickele. Theodore Press Co., 2012, SS, 12 pages (score format). As a teenage Schickele played both bassoon and clarinet has maintained a "fondness for the combination" ever since. Now, years later, he was presented with the opportunity to again compose for this duo, with the resulting Six Studies, a short (9' total) set of varied pieces ranging from reverent to raucous. For intermediate to advanced performers. The titles are Cantilena, Parallel Motion, Spanish Nights, Staccato, Hymn, and Vaudeville.
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9.95

WW262: Still Airheads for Flute and B-flat Clarinet by Gary Schocker. Theodore Press Co., 2011, SS, 10 pages (score format). Following the success of the classic Airheads for flute and clarinet, Gary Schocker has provided a sequel, sporting the same lyricism, surprises, grace, and wit; teasing us with five evocatively named movements: “Hmmm...,” “Spritely,” “… While You Work,” “Brooding,” and “Royal Outing.” For advanced players, but the first two pieces are the most difficult. Duration of about 6:30.
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11.95
WW039: 18 Trios Vol. 1 by Anton Stadler. International Music Diffusion, 1996. Originally written for basset horns, this edition includes parts so that these trios can be played by 3 basset horns; 3 clarinets; 2 clarinets and bass clarinet or bassoon; oboe or flute, clarinet, and bassoon.  Volume 1 has trios 1-5.

WW040: 18 Trios Vol. 2 by Anton Stadler. International Music Diffusion, 1996. Parts are the same as volume 1. Volume 2 has trios 6-18

Vol. 1
22.95

Vol. 2
24.95

WW325: Old Shoes Op. 54 Duets for Clarinet and Bassoon by Don Stewart. Trillenium Music, 2013, SS, 13 pages. This work is in score format (2 copies) which some extra pages included to avoid page turns. This work is also available for for clarinet and bass clarinet (C2147). Four pieces: 1. Some Blues, 2. After Mose (a down-south funk), 3. Waltz, and 4. After Cole (Porter, in the style of Billy May both a show-tune and a bop). College level. Click on the cover image to view a sample page.
39.95
WW133: Three Duets for Flute and Clarinet by Don Stewart. Trillenium Music, 1999, SS, 8 pages (two parts in score format). Don Stewart (1935-) is an American composer and woodwind performer. This piece was written in 1959 and is one of his earliest compositions. The first duet is a perfect canon but with contrasting sections. The second which the composer originally regarded as "flamenco" in derivation, alternates an intensive melody with a brittle rhythmic background. The third is short and formally simple but polytonal. Early college level.
9.95
WW108: Duo for Flute and Clarinet by Antoni Szalowski. Chester, 1948, SS, 14 pages (now with 2 copies in score format). Szalowski (1907-1973) was a Polish born composer who studied in Warsaw and Paris (with Boulanger). While most of his work was written for strings it is his pieces for winds that are most popular today. He has been described as a neo-classicist, favoring established forms, clear musical content, and contrapuntal writing. This is one of the more popular (advanced college level) flute and clarinet duets. It is in three movements: I. Allegro, II. Andante, and III. Allegro. It is in score format and has been printed without regard for page turns, so some preparation will be required for performance. Duration is about 8 minutes.
Flights of Fancy - Crescent Duo
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WW254: Kalinka & Katiusha and Other Famous Russian Songs for Flute and Clarinet traditional. EditionDarok, 2011, SS, 30 pages (score format). Fifteen Russian folk songs at the intermediate level but with a range of difficulty. Includes: Do Not Scold Me, The Silver Birch, Kalinka, The Light, My Heart, Behind the Walls, Poliushko-Pole, Moscow Nights, Stenka Razin, Snow Flurries & Troika Rushing, Song of the Volga Boatmen, In the Valley & the Slender, Katiusha, Along the Peterskaya Road, and Folk Song.
18.95
WW218: Choros No. 2 for Flute and Clarinet in A by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Eschig, 1927, SS, 4 pages (two parts in score format). This is one of 14 numbered choros that Villa-Lobos wrote between 1920 and 1929 for a variety of instruments and combinations of instruments including orchestra. The tempo is Pouco movido (mm=88 with some slower spots). College level with a duration of about 2:30.
Chamber Music with Flute
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WW017: 78 Duets for Flute and Clarinet Vol. 1 (1-55) Easy-Medium by Himie Voxman. Rubank, 1960, SS, 72 pages. Adapted from the works of the Bachs, the Mozarts, Boismortier, Dietter, Handel and others.

WW018: 78 Duets for Flute and Clarinet Vol. 2 (56-78) Advanced by Himie Voxman. Rubank, 1960, SS, 72 pages. Adapted from the works of Bach, Mozart, Geminiani, Muffat, Quantz, Rameau, and C. Stamitz.

Vol. 1
8.95

Vol. 2
8.95

WW251: Waln Duets for Flute and Clarinet arranged by George Waln. Neil A Kjos Music Co., 1954, SS. Parts for flute and clarinet (no score). Sixteen duets from Mozart, Keller, Kummer, Mazas, Ferling, Berbiquier, W.F. Bach. Garibaldi, and Beethoven. A variety of difficulty levels from early to advanced high school. Adult players will also enjoy these duets.
9.95
WW259: Reversible Jackets (Exercises in Conjugal Counterpoint) for Flute and Clarinet by Dan Welcher. Elkan-Vogel/Presser, 1997, SS, 11 pages in score format. This piece was composed in 1987 for Leone Buyse and Michael Webster as a wedding present. The title refers to the fact that the musical lines are constantly being exchanged, inverted, expanded and contracted by both players. In three movements: 1. Canon (Breezy), 2. Dialogue (Freely; like an improvisation), and Fugue (Suddenly fast). Duration 6:00.
Barn Dances - The Scott/Garrison Duo
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WW058: Three Short Stories for Clarinet and Bassoon by Gernot Wolfgang. Doblinger, 2003, SS, (includes parts and score). Gernot Wolfgang (1957-) is an Austrian born composer who lives in Los Angeles. He received his musical education in Austria and the United States. He has written chamber and orchestral music as well as for the film and TV industries. The three stories are: 1. Uncle Bebop (very fast with straight eighth notes), 2. Rays of Light (Rubato, expressive), 3. Latin Dance (also very fast with straight eighth notes).
33.95
WW261: Serenade for Flute and Clarinet in B-flat by Jürg Wyttenbach. Schott, 1980, SS, 12 pages, score format. In four movements: I. Little March (in broken steps), II Duettino (in unequal voices), III. Waltz (in added values and Trio in false unison), and IV. Chase (in slow motion and accelerated). This is a relatively advanced work, suitable for upper division college recitals. Duration about 8 minutes.
Barn Dances - The Scott/Garrison Duo
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WW257: Pit Band for Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet and Piano by William Albright. C.F. Peters, 1996, SS. (includes parts and piano score). This work, with its unusual ensemble of three haphazard instruments--a pick-up band--attemps to digest an evening-long musical comedy in a few minutes (8 to be precise). The program is: Tune-up and Introduction, Overture, Opening Number, Vamps and Screams ("Nessun dorma"), Love Song, Waltz, alla Marcia, Fox-trot and Shimmeys, and Finale. An advanced work with some high altissimo for both instruments, but without the nasty key changes found in most musicals.
17.75
WW255: Grand Fantasia for Flute, Clarinet (or Trumpet) and Piano by Malcolm Arnold. Queen's Temple Publications, 2004, SS, (includes parts and piano score). This piece was written in 1940 for flute, trumpet (played by the composer) and piano. It is not surprising that the clarinet is now listed first on the cover as the part would be more difficult on the trumpet than the clarinet. A sectional piece including a czardas, tango, blues, waltz and other elements. Early college level with a duration of 10 minutes.
Sir Malcolm Arnold: Wind Chamber Music
27.95
WW125: Le Calme de la Mer Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Piano by Tony Aubin. Alphonse Leduc, 1964, SS, (includes parts and piano score). A suggested piece for this combination. It is at an unhurried tempo (Lento, ma non troppo) and should be playable by many high school students although the flute part goes up to C7.
20.35
WW109: Pastorale in A Minor for Oboe (Flute, Violin), Bassoon (Cello, Viola de Gamba) and Continuo by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach edited by Kurt Walther. Zimmermann, 1975. This piece has a "real" bassoon part as a featured instrument along with the oboe. It also includes a continuo part for cello, and a realized keyboard part for harpsichord, piano, or organ. When this piece was first published, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was listed as the composer. More information came to light afterwards and when it was reprinted in 1983 the composer's name was corrected.
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14.95
WW030: Beethoven Trio for Piano, Flute and Bassoon WoO 37 by Ludwig van Beethoven edited by Friedhelm Klugman with piano fingerings by Hans-Martin Theopold. Henle, 1981, SS. Includes performance parts for flute, bassoon, and piano (which includes the other parts in the score). This trio was written between 1786-90.

24.95
WW195: Lluna for flute, clarinet and piano by Daniel Bimbi. Emerson Edition, 2008, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Daniel Bimbi (1971-) was born in Carcassonne in Southern France. He studied clarinet with Guy Deplus and more recently has been studying composition with Jan Van der Roost. Lluna was originally intended to be the theme of a Children's Opera based upon "The Child and the Moon." The themes are very sultry and nostalgic in a Latin, Mediterranean style, finished with a brilliant pyrotechnical finale, both humorous and exciting. College level with a duration of about 7 minutes.
Expressions - Craven
21.95

WW069: Trio in D minor for Oboe (Clarinet), Bassoon (Viola/Bass Clarinet/Basset Horn) and Piano by Alexander Brent-Smith. Rosewood Publications, 2003, (includes piano score and all parts). Alexander Brent-Smith (1889-1950) was a British composer, author, and teacher. This work was first performed in 1943. It is in three movements I. Allegro Moderato, II. Andante, and III. Allegretto. It should be playable by those at the early college level (and adult amateurs).
23.95

WW031: Sinfonia Concertante for Flute, Clarinet and Orchestra Op. 41 Piano Reduction by Franz Danzi edited by John P. Newhill. Music Rara, 1982, PB, 57 + 9 + 10 pages. In three movements: Allegro Moderato, Larghetto, and Allegretto polonaise. Includes extensive notes by the editor.
39.95

WW228: Trio in B minor Op. 27 for Oboe, Clarinet (in A) and Piano by Edouard Destenay. Lauren Publications, SS, includes parts and piano score. Recently reprinted from a 1906 Hamelle edition. Edouard Destenay (1850-1924) was a French composer and organist who was born in Algiers. In three movements: Allegro vivace, Andante non troppo, and Presto. College level.
25.25

WW204: Petite Suite arranged for Flute, Clarinet in A and Piano by Claude Debussy arranged by Michael Webster. International Music Co., 2009, SS. A wonderful arrangement of a wonderful piece (originally for piano four hands). Four movements: I. En Bateau, II. Cortège, III. Menuet, and IV. Ballet. Generally college level. The duration is about 12:30.
World Wide Webster - The Webster Trio
27.95

WW138: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun) arranged for Flute, Clarinet and Piano by Claude Debussy arranged by Michael Webster. International Music Co., 1994, SS. This piece is one of the most popular flute solos in the repertoire, but as the arranger writes, adapting it for flute and piano has not been very successful because there is too much music to be covered by two instruments. Adding the clarinet produces a more satisfactory result. Both A and B-flat clarinet parts are included. The duration is about 9:20.
Tour de France - The Webster Trio
13.95

WW274: Perennials for Flute, Clarinet in A and Piano by Daniel Dorff. Tenuto Publications, 2012, SS, includes parts and piano score. This piece was commissioned by Walfrid and Sherry Kujala in celebration of the retirement of Helen and Richard Shanley from Baylor University. It was premiered by Sherry Kujala, Larry Combs and Nolan Pearson in October 2011. There are five movements (non-programatic): I. Joyous Overture, II. Romanza, III. Scherzo, IV. Winter Prayer, and V. Spring Awakening. Accessible college level music with a duration of about 21 minutes. Click on the cover image to view the first page of each movement. 
22.95

WW295: Trio from Rio, Three movements on Brazilian motives for Flute, Clarinet and Piano by Donald Draganski. Alry Publications, 2012, SS, includes parts and piano score. Donald Draganski (1936-) is from Chicago where he worked for many years as a university music librarian in addition to being a composer and a bassoonist. Three movements based on Brazilian motives and dance styles, originally written for the Pilgrim Chamber Players in 1999. I. Allegro energico, II. Andante, and III. Allegro moderato. College level with a duration of about 14.30. Click on the cover image to view the a page of the score from the first movement. 
24.95

WW289: Slavonic Dance Suite No. 1 arranged for Flute, Clarinet and Piano by Antonin Dvorak arranged by Michael Webster. International Music, 2012, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Flute doubles piccolo on the first movement. Clarinet in B-flat only. The dances in this suite are: I. No. 8 Op. 46 (Presto), II. No. 14 Op. 72 (Moderato, quasi Menuetto), III. No 13. Op. 72 (Poco Adagio), IV. No. 12 Op. 72 (Allegretto grazioso), and V. No. 6 Op. 46 (Poco Allegro). They may be performed individually or together. College level with a duration of about 18:50.
World Wide Webster - The Webster Trio
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WW235: Dolly Op. 56 arranged for Flute, Clarinet in A and B-flat, and Piano by Gabriel Fauré transcribed and edited by Michael Webster. International Music, 1999, SS. The Dolly suite was written for piano four hands between 1894 and 1897 with additional movements added on Dolly's birthdays. Michael Webster writes that the nature of the original composition makes it well suited for this instrumentation. Six movements: I. Berceuse, II. MI-A-OU, III. Le Jardin de Dolly, IV. Ketty - Valse, V. Tendresse, VI. Le Pas Espagnol. For the first and third movements, A clarinet is preferred but alternate parts for B-flat clarinet are provided (the other movements are for B-flat clarinet). College level with a duration of about 15 minutes.
Tour de France - The Webster Trio
34.75

WW270: Trionometry for Flute, Clarinet/Bass Clarinet and Piano by Richard Festinger. C.F. Peters, 1996, SS, includes parts and piano score. Richard Festinger (1948-) studied composition at the University of California in Berkeley with Andrew Imbrie. Before turning to composing, he led his own groups as a jazz performer. He has taught at the University of California in Berkeley and Davis, Dartmouth College, and since 1990 at San Francisco State University. Written in 1996. In three movements: I. A la breve/Vivace, II. Andantino, and III. Allegro. An advanced work with a duration of about 15 minutes. The first and last movements are for bass clarinet with some notes in the extended range.

"Richard Festinger's Trionometry was simply breathtaking... This technically demanding tour de force begins with a delicate exposition which... eventually explodes into a contrapuntal argument of grandiose proportions... like a multi-stage rocket that - ignoring gravity - traverses the earth's atmosphere. Bravo!" - Twentieth Century Music 
37.50

WW256: Trio Flute, Oboe and Piano by Harald Genzmer. Edition Peters, 2010, includes parts and piano score. Harald Genzmer (1909-2007) was a German composer and music educator who studied with Hindemith. This work was written in 1993 but was not published until recently. This piece is in Genzmer's typical style while given the instrumentalists the opportunity to cooperate in contrapuntal textures and demonstrate their virtuosic ability. It is in three movements, generally in the fast/slow/fast format but with considerable variations in tempos within each movement. Duration is about 12:20.
45.95

WW049: Trio Pathétique for Clarinet, Bassoon (Violoncello) and Piano by Michail Glinka. Music Rara, 1957, SS. In four movements: Allegro Moderato, Scherzo, Largo and Allegro con spirito. This is a major work that brings out the best qualities of each instrument. The clarinet and bassoon parts are not especially difficult but it requires an excellent pianist.
25.95
WW075: Waltz and Interlude Duet for Flute and B-flat Clarinet with Piano Accompaniment by Clare Grundman. Boosey & Hawkes, 1964, SS, (includes piano score and individual parts). This is an intermediate duet with an easy piano part. It is in three sections: a waltz (Moderato con moto), then the interlude in 4/4 (Meno), followed by a return to the waltz in the original tempo. The flute part goes to a high G while the clarinet part does not go higher than a B above the staff and is frequently in the lower register.
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WW170: Five Waltzes for Flute, Clarinet and Piano by Paul Harris. Queen's Temple Publications, 1998, SS, 24 + 3 + 3 pages. The five waltzes are: I. Allegro, II Allegro grazioso, III. Moderato, IV. Allegretto, and V. Allegro con moto. High school level and the piano part is easy.
15.95

WW238: Trio in G minor for Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano by William Hurlstone. Emerson Edition, 2006, SS, 50 + 15 + 14 pages. William Yates Hurlstone (1876-1906) was a talented British composer whose untimely death, before he could reach full maturity as a composer, has resulted in undeserved obscurity. This work was written in 1896/97 but the third movement was lost for many years and this is the first publication of the complete work (the full story can be found here, scroll down to see it). The four movements are: I. Allegro moderato, II. Andante, III. Scherzo (Allegretto con moto), and IV. Andante maestoso/Allegro vivace. College level.
52.95
WW142: Sonata Op. 40 for Bass Clarinet (or Bassoon) and Piano by Michael Kibbe. Stretto Music, SB, 24 + 7 pages. This piece was composed in 1977-78 (and revised in 2005) and is in a very straightforward Neoclassical style in three contrasting movements with an emphasis on clarinet of form and of the melodic ideas. The movements are: I. Allegro deciso, II. Andante tranquillo, and III. Allegro vivo. College level with a duration of about 9:30.
15.95

WW052: Barn Dances for Flute, Clarinet and Piano by Libby Larsen. Oxford University Press/Goodmusic, 2004, SS, 24 + 8 + 8 pages. The composer wrote: "Barn Dances is a set of four abstract pieces. . . Each pieces draws from the name of a particular dance step used in cowboy dances. Taking the name of the step as a point of departure, my idea was to take a flight of fancy in each movement and to create the musical equivalent of a character drawing." The movements are: Forward Six and Fall Back Eight, Divide the Ring, Varsouvianna (a simple dream waltz), and Rattlesnake Twist. Upper college level.
Barn Dances - The Scott/Garrison Duo
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WW237: Trio for Clarinet (Violin), Bassoon (Viola/Bass Clarinet/Basset Horn) and Piano by Charles Harford Lloyd. Rosewood Publications, 1997, SB, (includes piano score and all parts). Charles Harford Lloyd (1864-1919) was a celebrated organist and music professor who also did some composing. Although most successful as a choral composer, he wrote a few other works including this one and a Duo Concertante for clarinet and piano. In three movements: I. Allegro con brio, II Andante espressivo, and III. Allegro moderato. (Early) college level. A low C bass clarinet would be desirable for that version but is not required. 
31.95

WW126: Music for the Middle of the Day for Flute, Clarinet in B-flat, and Piano by Joseph Makholm. Billaudot, 2006, SS. This piece was written for the Webster trio. Michael Webster describes it as "Sophisticated jazz. Joe has written everything out to sound natural, almost improvised at times, with lush chord changes and inventive melodies and rhythms. It is an outstanding example of its genre." In four movements: 1. Late One Afternoon (At a lazy, but regular, pace), 2. Dolores' Kitchen (Up-tempo bossa), 3. December (Molto rubato), and 4. You Think You Know, But You Don't (Up-tempo swing). The first and last movements should be swung. College level with a duration of about 9 minutes.
49.95

WW316: Czardas for Flute, Clarinet in B-flat, and Piano by Jerome Naulais. Billaudot, 2011, SS, includes parts and piano score. This is an original Czardas (a Hungarian folk dance) by French composer Naulais (1951-). It is rated by the publisher as a 6 which is the upper end of intermediate on their 9 level scale. It alternates between slow and fast sections and has a duration of about 5:30. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
21.95
WW229: Mozart Fantasia for a Musical Clock for Flute, Oboe, and Piano arranged by Maximilian Schwedler. Lauren Publications, SS, includes parts and piano score. Reprinted from the 1919 Zimmermann edition. The second part can be played by a violin or a second flute. This piece was written for the Flötenuhr or Spielühr, a mechanical organ or clock. It is sectional: Allegro, Andante, and Tempo I. College level.
12.50
WW241: A Treasury of Mozart Duets (7 Familiar Favorites) for Flute and Clarinet arranged by Daniel Dorff. Theodore Presser Co., 2010, SS, 24 pages in score format. Composer and clarinetist Daniel Dorff has further expanded the repertoire for Flute and Clarinet duo with this book featuring Mozart’s best-loved arias and instrumental themes, the works in this collection have been transcribed into complete-sounding idiomatic adaptations, equally suitable for recital use and just-for-fun duet read-throughs. This collection also features a scholarly preface about ornamentation, interpretation, and authentic performance practice. Includes Overture to The Magic Flute (abridged); "Voi, che spete" and "non più andrai" from The Marriage of Figaro;, Adagio from the Clarinet Concerto (abridged);, "Alleluia" from Exsultate, Jubilate; "Bei Männern, welche Liebe" from The Magic Flute; and Twelve Variations on "Ah! Vous dirai-je, Maman" (Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. Better high school level musicians and up.
14.95
WW046: Jazzy Duets Flute & Clarinet by James Rae. Universal Edition, 1991, 11 pages. This book has five original duets in score format. They are intended for young players (about third or fourth year or so).
15.95
WW121: Tarentelle Op. 6 for Flute, Clarinet in A and Piano by Camille Saint-Saëns. Kalmus, SS, (includes parts and piano score). Originally with orchestral accompaniment, this is one of Saint-Saëns earlier adult works. While traditional in many respects it includes a surprising Prestissimo conclusion in 2/4. College level with a duration of about 6 minutes.
Tour de France - The Webster Trio
9.95
WW122: Sonatine en Trio Op. 85 for Flute, Clarinet in A and Harpsichord or Piano by Florent Schmitt. Durand, 1935, SS, includes parts and harpsichord/piano score. This is one of the more popular pieces for this combination. It is in four movements: I. Assez animé, II. Assez vif, III. Très lent, and IV. Animé. The flute and clarinet parts generally move together in harmony. College level with a duration of about 8 minutes.
Chamber Music with Flute
41.95
WW123: Four Waltzes for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano by Dmitri Shostakovich arranged by Levon Atovmian. Sikorski, 1958, SS, includes parts and piano score. A somewhat unusual arrangement in that the first waltz is for clarinet and piano and the second is for flute and piano with only the last two for all three instruments. The waltzes are I. Spring Waltz, II. Waltz Joke, III, Waltz, and IV. Barrel-Organ Waltz (piccolo instead of flute). Early college level.
Chamber Music with Flute
33.95

WW202: Concerto in B-flat for Clarinet, Bassoon and Orchestra
(Piano Reduction) by Karl Stamitz edited by Johannes Wojciechowski. Sikorski, 1954, 28 + 8 + 8 pages (includes both parts and piano score). In three movements: I. Allegro moderato, II. Andante moderato, and III. Rondo. The parts are well laid out with excellent page turns. Cues are often provided before entrances and the other solo part is provided for the two joint cadenzas. The 1954 publication of this work was the first time it had been published.
Carl Stamitz: Clarinet Concertos Vol 1
34.95
WW043: Duet-Concertino for Clarinet and Bassoon with String Orchestra and Harp (Piano Reduction) by Richard Strauss. Boosey & Hawkes, 1949, SS. Includes two copies of duet parts and the piano reduction in score format. The Concertino is in three movements: Allegro moderato, Rondo, and Tempo primo.
54.95

WW266: Carmen Rhapsody Based on Themes from Bizet's Carmen for Flute, Clarinet in A and B-flat, and Piano by Michael Webster. International Music, 1997, SS. Mostly for A clarinet with a section in the middle for B-flat. Includes Prelude, Habanera, Chorus of the Street Boys, Seguidilla, Entr'acte, Toreador Song, and Gypsy Song (which may be performed as a separate piece). College level.
33.95
WW156: Suite for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano by Alec Wilder. Margun Music, 1980, SS, (includes parts and piano score). American composer Alec Wilder's (1907-1980) music combined elements of the jazz, popular, and classical realms. This is a college level work in four movements.
16.95

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WW056: Divertimento for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet (Op. 37) by Malcolm Arnold. Paterson's Publications, 1952. This popular work is in six sections: Allegro energico, Languido, Vivace, Andantino, Maestoso/Prestissimo, and Piacevole. College level. Duration about 8:30. The score is available separately.
Flights of Fancy - Crescent DuoSir Malcolm Arnold: Wind Chamber Music
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C1554: "Baby Bach" Pieces for Beginning Piano transcribed for Basset Horn Trio, Clarinet Trio, Two Clarinets and Bassoon, or Two Clarinets and Bass Clarinet by David Glenn. Bassetti Paletti Publications, 2009, SB/SS. Includes score and parts. These short pieces are from BWV 691, 899, 900, 927, 928, 931, 933, 939, 941, 943, 952, 953, and 988. While the title make is sound as if these are easy pieces this is not the case. They are at the upper intermediate level at a minimum. In addition to the combinations listed above, they could also be played by two clarinets in A and a basset clarinet in A.
49.95
WW315: Four Dances for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet by Christopher Ball. Emerson Edition, 2007, SS, includes score and parts. Christopher Ball (1936-) is a British composer who began his career as an orchestral clarinetist and also served as a conductor in the United Kingdom and Canada. The composer wrote "The Four Dances were composed as companion pieces to Malcolm Arnold's very popular Divertimento [see WW056, above] for the same instruments. Their intention is to be fun for both players and performers . . ." The dances are: 1. Lively Dance (Allegro), 2. Lyrical Dance, 3. Round Dance, and 4. Square Dance. There is a short section of optional piccolo in the last movement. College level with a duration of about 10:30. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the first two movements.
30.95

Ob185: Beethoven Trio in C Major Op. 87 & Variations in C Major WoO 28 for 2 Oboes and English Horn by Ludwig van Beethoven edited by Egon Voss. Henle, 2009, SS, (parts only). This new edition of these two Beethoven trios has a Preface with information on these pieces and their histories and notes on the editing. All text is in German, English, and French.
39.95

WW240: Beethoven Trio Op. 87 arranged for flute, oboe, and clarinet by Ludwig van Beethoven arranged by Gustave Langenus. Carl Fischer (formerly an Ensemble Music Press publication), 1938, SS, (includes parts and score). Transposed to B-flat major this arrangement will give trios at the early college level (and probably some advanced high school students) an opportunity to enjoy this piece.
19.95
WW209: Triade Trio for oboe, clarinet and alto saxophone by Marcel Boucard. Billaudot, 1974, (parts only). This piece has four relatively short movements (each part is three pages long). They are 1. Allegro moderato, 2. Andante moderato, 3. Andante, and 4. Petit divertissement (Allegro). Better high school players and up. The first two movements have many tempo changes that will add to the challenge for the ensemble.
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14.95
WW041: Suite Brève en Trio Op. 67 by Eugene Bozza. Alphonse Leduc, 1947. For oboe, clarinet, and bassoon. Includes individual parts and the score. This is a four movement work: Allegro moderato, Allegro vivo, Adagio expressivo, and Allegro vivo. College level.
40.90

C1144: Bachanale for Clarinet Trio by Zefir Brezeanu. Woodwindiana, 2005, (includes score and parts). This piece is for two B-flat clarinets and bass clarinet (or bassoon). It is based on Bach's Invention XIII, using a jazz approach to give the familiar melody a new life. College level.
12.95
WW288: Compatible Trios for Winds for Flute and/or Oboe arranged or composed by Larry Clark. Carl Fischer, 2012, SS, 45 pages in score format. This collection contains 32 trios in a variety of styles from classical to folk, and includes some new original works as well. Each piece is playable by any combination of three wind instruments. Compatible Trios for Winds is especially useful in a school setting. Generally at an early intermediate level. Includes tunes such as The Irish Washerwoman, Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 5, MacDowell's To a Wild Rose, and more. In some cases the oboe parts may need to be played an octave lower than written. Parts for other wind instruments are listed under trios for clarinet and saxophone and music collections for bassoon. Click on the cover image to view the Table of Contents.
9.95
WW230: Aubade Trio for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet in B-flat by Paul deWailly edited by Jerry Kirkbride. International Music Co., 1983, SS, includes parts and score. Paul deWailly (1854-1933) was a French composer and student of Cesar Frank. His music, most of which was written during the period from 1870-1900, is in a conservative style.  This very pleasant piece is marked Allegro with a middle section that is more tranquil than the beginning and end. Early college level with a duration of 3 minutes. Here is a student performance on YouTube.
11.75
WW221: Habanera from Aires Tropicales for Woodwind Trio (Flute or Oboe, B-flat Clarinet and Bassoon) by Paquito D'Rivera. InternationalOpus, 1994. A movement from the Aires Tropicales (Suite) with challenging contrapuntal lines in a Latin style similar to the Ravel Habanera.
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11.95

WW177: Tre Bagattelle for flute, clarinet and bassoon by Ferenc Farkas. Berben, 1993, SS, (includes score and parts). Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000) was a Hungarian composer and music educator who composed a number of popular pieces for woodwinds. In three movements: I. Allegretto, II. Andante, and III. Allegro. Suitable for early college level, amateur adult trios, and better high school ensembles.
15.95

WW169: Trio for flute, oboe and clarinet by Paul Harris. Queen's Temple Publications, 1998, SS, (includes score and parts). The movements are: 1. Prologue (Allegro scherzando), 2. Meditation (adagio sostenuto e cantabile), 3. Waltz (Allegro ma non troppo), 4. Dance (Con moto), 5. Soliloquy (Andante), and 6. Burlesque (Allegro energico).  24 + 3 + 3 pages. The five waltzes are: I. Allegro, II Allegro grazioso, III. Moderato, IV. Allegretto, and V. Allegro con moto. Advanced high school or early college level.
15.95
WW275: Left at the Fork in the Road for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon by Sean Hickey. Muzyka Moscow, 2011, SS, (includes score and parts). Sean Hickey (1970-) is an American composer who works in most genres of classical music and is also an arranger for jazz and pop music. This piece was written in 2003. It is in one extended movement mostly at an andante tempo. There is quite a bit of mixed meter and all parts are challenging. The duration is about 6 minutes. (The supplied clarinet part is at concert pitch, even though both it and the score are clearly marked for B-flat clarinet. We have obtained a .pdf file of the transposed part you can download.) You can listen to an audio file here. Click on the cover image to see the first page of the score.
14.95

WW073: Trio No. 2 for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon Op. 31 by Charles Huguenin edited by R. Mark Rogers. Southern Music Co., 2006. SS. Includes a score and individual parts. Charles Huguenin (1870-1939) was a Swiss composer, violinist, and choir master. This Trio is in four movements: 1. Rèverie (Daydream) Andante; 2. La Fileuse au Rouet  (The Maiden at the Spinning Wheel) Allegretto; 3. Le Chantre de mon Village (The Cantor of My Village) Grave et lent; and 4. La Poule, l'Âne et le Coucou (The Chicken, the Ass and the Cuckoo) Allegro. This edition includes the original clarinet part that calls for A clarinet in movements 1, 2, and 4; plus a version with all movements on B-flat clarinet. General at an early college level and may also be enjoyed by adult amateur players.
9.95

WW215: Introduction and Fugue for Piccolo, Flute, and Alto Flute or Clarinet by Gordon Jacob. Emerson Edition, 1983, SS. Includes the score and parts. The Introduction is Poco Adagio (mm=60) while the Fugue is Allegro (mm=120). Advanced high school level.
16.95

WW216: Divertissement Op. 90 for Two Flutes and Alto Flute (or Clarinet) by Charles Koechlin. Masters Music, SS. Includes score and parts. Charles Koechlin (1867-1950) was a French composer. While he wrote in many styles, much of his music was influenced by Fauré who was one of his teachers. The cover of this music says "Bass Flute" but the part is for flute in G (sol) which is an alto flute. This was written in the period 1923-24 and is in three movements. They are I. Très calme (Tranquillo), II. Allegretto quasi Andante (sans lenteur), and III. Final (Allegro, bien décidé). There are many cues in the parts to assist with the ensemble. College level.
9.95

WW276: Épitaphe de Jean Harlow Op. 164 Romance for Flute, Alto Saxophone and Piano (or Harp) by Charles Koechlin. Eschig, 1970, SS. Includes parts and piano score. Koechlin was fascinated by the movies this is one of many pieces he composed that is film related. In one movement marked Andantino, sans traîner. Duration about 3:00. Here is a video of an excellent performance.
Chambersax - Kyle Horch
31.95

WW231: Eighteen Trios from the Classic Masters for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet or Two Flutes and Clarinet transcribed and arranged by Ary van Leeuwen and Albert J. Andraud. Southern Music Co., 1934/2000, SS. Includes score and parts. Includes the following: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Larghetto and Adagio and an Allegro; L.C. Daquin La Joyeuse; J. J. Mondonville Tambourin; Johann Sebastian Bach Two Gavottes; Franz Josef Haydn Allegro marziale, Andante and Allegro (from  Trio No. 1) and two Prestos; J.P. Rameau Rigodon de Dardanus; Antonio Lotti Allegro; J. M. Leclair Musette; A. Järnefelt;  and Paul de Wailly Aubade. Generally these are at the advanced intermediate level.
24.95

WW271: Erwinn Fantaisie for Clarinet for Clarinet, Oboe and Bassoon by Georges Meister arranged by Alexandre Ouzounoff. International Music Diffusion, 2010, SS, includes parts and score. While this is a clarinet solo and although the clarinet has most of the heavy lifting (and many cadenzas) the oboe and bassoon have their moments as well. Sectional with all but the last short: Allegro maestoso, Andante cantabile, Allegro moderato, 2 Variations, Adagio, and Polonaise. College level. Click on the cover image to see a sample page from the score. We also have the version for Clarinet and Piano (C1861).
20.95
WW057: Pastorale Op. 147 for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon by Darius Milhaud. Masters Music, SS, (includes parts and score). The piece was written by Milhaud in 1937. One reference called it a tiny gem of the woodwind repertoire. Despite the name it moves right along in cut time with half note = 72. College level.
6.95

WW053: Sonate for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Piano by Darius Milhaud. Durand, 1923, SS. (includes parts and piano score). The piece was written by Milhaud in 1918. It is in four movements: I. Tranquille, II. Joyeux, III. Emporté, and IV. Douloureux. College level. We missed listing this when it was received. The current price is $56.95.
44.95

WW319: Adagio from the Serenade 'Gran Partitta' (K 361/370a) for 2 Clarinets and Bassoon or Bass Clarinet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart arranged by Anthony Masiello. MMHC Music Publications, 2014, SS, includes all parts and score. The lowest note in the bass clarinet part is a low F. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
16.95

C1946: Canonic Adagio KV 484d (410) 2 Basset Horns (or Clarinets) and Bassoon by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart edited by John P. Newhill. Musica Rara, 1984, SS, (includes all parts and score). The upper parts are in two-part canon by inversion (the second part is inverted and a fifth higher). The bassoon part could be transposed and played on a basset horn or bass clarinet.
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13.95
Trio di Clarone (Sabine Meyer, Wofgang Meyer, and Reiner Wehle) have prepared editions of five diveritmentos, KV Anh. 229 (439b). While it isn't mentioned, these pieces could also be played by two clarinets and bass clarinet.

C591: Divertimento No. 1 for three basset horns from KV Anh 229 (439b)
by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart edited by the Trio di Clarone. Breitkopf & Haertel, 1989, SS. For three basset horns, two clarinets and bassoon, or three clarinets.
Mitchell Lurie, An American Master

C592: Divertimento No. 2 for three basset horns from KV Anh 229 (439b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart edited by the Trio di Clarone. Breitkopf & Haertel, 1987, SS. For three basset horns, two clarinets and bassoon, or three clarinets.
No. 1
18.95


No. 2
19.95

C593: Divertimento No. 3 for three basset horns from KV Anh 229 (439b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart edited by the Trio di Clarone. Breitkopf & Haertel, 1991, SS. For three basset horns, two clarinets and bassoon, or three clarinets.

C594: Divertimento No. 4 for three basset horns from KV Anh 229 (439b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart edited by the Trio di Clarone. Breitkopf & Haertel, 1990, SS. For three basset horns, two clarinets and bassoon, or three clarinets.

C595: Divertimento No. 5 for three basset horns from KV Anh 229 (439b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart edited by the Trio di Clarone. Breitkopf & Haertel, 1990, SS. For three basset horns, two clarinets and bassoon, or three clarinets.
No. 3
20.95

No. 4
17.95


No. 5
15.95


WW272: Fragments for Woodwind Trio (Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon) by Robert Muczynski. Shawnee Press, 1960, includes the score and parts. This work has five short movements: I. Waltz (Allegro), II. Solitude (Andante, Freely with expression), III. Holiday (Vivace, Sprightly), IV. Reverie (Moderato), and V. Exit (Allegro giocoso, Cheerfully with energy). Quite a bit of mixed meter with some of the 2/4 5/8 variety. College level with a duration of about 6 minutes.
14.95

WW222: Three Celtic Tunes for Wind Trio (Oboe or Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon) by Turlough O'Carolan arranged by Peter Simpson. InternationalOpus, 2003, SS. Includes the score and parts. Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738) was an Irish musician and composer of hundreds of tunes about 200 of which survive. The three tunes are Captain O'Kane (Moderately slow), Lord Inchinquin (9/8 in one at about mm=60), and Planxty Drury (Moderately Fast). Suitable for adult (amateur) trios who may find this of most interest. There are clarinet parts for both B-flat and A instruments (the A will be easier for the second and third pieces) and the bassoon part has some tenor clef .
29.95

WW131: Three Pieces for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon by Walter Piston. Associated Music Publishers, 1933. Parts only. Walter Piston (1894-1976) was an American composer and music theorist. This piece was written in 1926 and is one of his earliest published works. It is in three movements I. Allegro scherzando/Andante, II. Lento, and III Allegro/Moderato. College level. Duration about 10 minutes.
Flights of Fancy - Crescent Duo
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19.95


WW198: Caprice en Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon by Thomas L. Read. Tunbridge Music, 2008, SS. Includes score and parts. Thomas L. Read (1938-) is an American violinist, composer, and music educator. This trio was commissioned by the Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble and composed in June 2006. It is in one extended (8:17) movement with mixed meter and a number of tempo changes. The composer wrote that it is "fanciful and somewhat mutable in texture and style, setting 'learned' counterpoint against free lyricism, while also encompassing tonal and non-tonal harmonies and conjuring humorous and bizarre episodes."  Upper college/professional level.
39.95

WW321: Dances for Three for Two Clarinets and Bassoon by Peter Schickele. Elkan-Vogel, 1986, SS, (includes parts and score). In seven movements: 1. Prologue (Moderately slow, elegant), 2. Minuet (Moderately fast, perky), 3. Tango (Moderate, quiet), 4. Bossa Nova (Moderately fast, light), 5. Gigue (Sprightly), 6. Sarabande (Slow, but with motion), and 7. Finale (Fast, bright). Early college level with a duration of 14 minutes. The bassoon part can be transcribed for a low C bass clarinet as in the recording. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
Dances for Three
19.95

WW115: Liebelei-Walzer for Two Clarinets and Bassoon by Arthur Schnitzler arranged by Wolfgang Danzmayr. Musikverlag Alexander Mayer, 2004, SS, (includes parts and score). Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) was an Austrian who trained as a physician and had a deep interest in psychiatry, but is best known as a playwright and writer (he was also an amateur pianist). Liebelie (playing with love or a flirtation) is the name of one of his early plays. He also wrote the novel that was the inspiration for Stanley Kubrick's last film, Eyes Wide Shut. Intermediate level (although the first clarinet part goes up to an altissimo F).
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9.95

WW324: Divertimento for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon by Armand Toth. EditionDarok, 2013(?), SS, includes parts and score (the parts are each 6 pages long). Armand Tóth (1955-) is a Hungarian composer, conductor, and flutist. This is a college level piece in three movements: I. Moderato, II. Larghetto, III. Vivace, and IV. Finale (Allegro molto e vivace). Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
20.95

WW155: Verdi Three Arias for Two Clarinets and Bassoon by Giuseppe Verdi arranged by Michael Drapkin. Roncorp, 1983. Arrangements of "La donna è mobile" from Rigoletto, "Un di felice, etera" from La Traviata, and "Parigi, o cara" also from La Traviata. The parts are a neat manuscript and include portions of the other parts when they are helpful to ensure a good ensemble.
15.00

WW164: Trio for oboe, clarinet, and bassoon by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Eschig, 1954. Parts only. This piece was written in 1927. Three movements: I.Anime, II. Languissammente, and III. Vivo. An advanced work with a duration of about 17:30.
Rustiques - Ocotillo Winds
49.95

WW173: Caprice on Danish and Russian Airs Op. 79 for flute, oboe, clarinet and piano by Camille Saint-Saëns. International Music Company, 1971. Includes parts and piano score. This caprice was written in 1887 by Saint-Saëns for a trip to St. Petersburg where is was performed by the composer along with Paul Taffanel flute, Ernest Gillet oboe, and Charles Turban clarinet.  It is a sectional, college level piece with a duration of about 11:45.
18.75
WW220: Prelude and Fugue for Two Clarinets and Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet) by Richard Walthew. Rosewood Publications, 1997, SB. Includes parts and score. Richard Walthew (1872-1951) was a British composer with a special affinity for chamber music. The Prelude is Andante Moderato and the Fugue is Andante espressivo. There are a few low Ds in the bass clarinet part. All of the parts are important and challenging at the early college level. 
8.95

Four Woodwinds 
WW166: Bach Three Quartets for Three Flutes and Alto Flute (or Clarinet) edited by Paul Renzi. International Music, 2008, includes score and all parts. These three quartets for flutes and alto flute (with a clarinet part as an alternative to the alto flute) are from: Aria "Qui tollis peccata mundi" (Gloria) from the Mass in A major s. 234, Aria "Jesu, deine Gnaden blikke" from Cantata Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen S. 11, and Aria "Doch Jesus will auch bei der Strafe" from Cantata Schauet doch und sehet S. 46. All of these works originally had two flutes with voice and other instruments. They are at the upper intermediate level and each work is one and a half to two pages long.
34.95
WW111: Trois Pièces Pour Une Musique de Nuit by Eugene Bozza. Alphonse Leduc, 1954. For flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon. Includes individual parts and the score. In three movements:: Andantino, Allegro vivo, and Moderato. This is not a difficult work, but frequently appears on professional recitals.
28.30

WW299: 8 Etudes and a Fantasy for Woodwind Quartet (Parts) by Elliot Carter. Associated Music Publishers, 1955/1959, SS. Elliot Carter (1908-2012) was a distinguished American composer who enjoyed a long and productive career. This work was written in 1950. Notes provide suggestions for performing fewer than all of these etudes in concert. This is an advanced work with a total duration of about 23 minutes. Here is a performance of the first portion on YouTube.

WW300: 8 Etudes and a Fantasy for Woodwind Quartet (Score) by Elliot Carter. Associated Music Publishers, 1955/1959, SS, 42 pages.
Parts
39.95
Score
24.95
WW112: Les Trois Mousquetaires, Divertissement for Oboe, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone (or second Clarinet) and Bassoon by Pierre Max Dubois. Leduc, 1966, includes individual parts and the score. Five movements: Lentement (Recitativo), Allegrement, Allegro, Andante, Andante/Presto. Early college level and could also be played by very good high school ensembles.
56.15
WW253: Divertimento for Four Wind Instruments (Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon or three Clarinets and Bass Clarinet) by Alan Hovhaness. C.F. Peters, 1958, includes score and all parts. In seven movements: I. Prelude (Andante), II. Fantasy (Andante), III. Canzona (Andante), IV. Canzona (Andante), V. Canon in Four Keys (Allegro vivo), VI. Aria (Andante), and VII. Fugue (Finale) (Allegro). It appears the parts can be mixed between the two versions, using a bass clarinet instead of the bassoon, for example. Better high school musicians and up.
12.50
Histories is a very popular set of ten pieces by Ibert. Originally for piano it has been arranged for many instruments with this set of six for an unusual combination.

G150. Histories Vol. I for Oboe, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, and Bassoon
by Jacques Ibert arranged by Jean-Pierre Ballon. Alphonse Leduc, 2006, SS. Volume I  has the pieces A Giddy Girl... and Le Cortège de Balkis... College level.

G151. Histories Vol. II for Oboe, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, and Bassoon by Jacques Ibert arranged by Jean-Pierre Ballon. Alphonse Leduc, 2006, SS. Volume II has the pieces La Cage de Cristal... and La Meneuse de Tortues d'Or... College level.

G152. Histories Vol. III for Oboe, Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, and Bassoon by Jacques Ibert arranged by Jean-Pierre Ballon. Alphonse Leduc, 2006, SS. Volume III has the pieces La Marchande d'Eau Fraîche.... and Le Petit Âne Blanc... College level. This volume has parts for both A and B-flat clarinet.
Vol. I
23.25

Vol. II
25.55


Vol. III
31.45
WW178: Andante, e Tema con Variazioni for Flute, Clarinet (in C), Horn and Bassoon by Gioachino Rossini edited by Philip Gossett. Baerenreiter, 2008, includes individual parts and the score. This is a new edition of one of seven known chamber works without piano by Rossini (1792-1868). It includes a preface (explaining why there is some doubt that it was written in 1812 as noted by the composer many years later) and notes on the editing. This looks like a lot of fun. The duration is about 10 minutes and it is at the early college level.
31.50
WW061: 6 Quartets Vol. 1 Nos. 1-3 for Flute, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon by Gioachino Rossini edited by Walter Zachert. Schott, 1936, SS, parts only. Very pleasant quartets with Rossini's gift for melody clearly evident. You can here audio samples here.
WW062: 6 Quartets Vol. 2 Nos. 4-6 for Flute, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon by Gioachino Rossini edited by Walter Zachert. Schott, 1936, SS, parts only. The current price is $29.95.
Vol.1
27.95

Vol.2
19.95


Four Woodwinds and Piano (some have horn instead of a fourth woodwind)
WW032: Beethoven Quintet for Piano and Wind Instruments in E flat major Op. 16 by Ludwig van Beethoven edited by Siegfried Kross with piano fingerings by Hans-Martin Theopold. Henle, 1964, SS. Includes performance parts for oboe, clarinet in B flat, horn in E flat, bassoon, and piano (which includes the other parts in the score). This piece was written in 1796.
Mozart - Beethoven: Piano Quintets
39.95
WW243: Beethoven Quintet in E flat major Op. 16 for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon by Ludwig van Beethoven. International Music Co., SS. The International edition of this piece.
Mozart - Beethoven: Piano Quintets
23.25
WW045: Quintet for flute, oboe, clarinet (in A), bassoon and piano by André Caplet. Rosewood Publications, 1998, SB, (includes all parts and score). André Caplet (1879-1925) was a French composer who was a supporter of Debussy and orchestrated and completed several of Debussy's works. This quintet was performed a number of times between 1899-1901 but was not published. It was rediscovered in 1937 and received additional performances but this is the first published edition. In four movements: I. Allegro con brio, II. Adagio, III.  Scherzo (Vif), and IV. Finale (Allegro con fuoco). College level. There are audio recordings of the first and second movements on YouTube.
38.95
WW267: Tango La Invitación for Woodwind Quartet and optional percussion by Mike Curtis. Advance Music, 2006, SS, includes parts and score. This is for flute, oboe, clarinet in B-flat and bassoon. The optional percussion is for two players. This piece blends tango with elements of klezmer music. Sectional: Languido, Agitato, Quasi cadenza (clarinet and bassoon), and a final section at mm=112. The main challenge in this piece is ensemble as the parts are very independent. Click on the cover image to see a sample page of the score.
18.95
WW067: Quintet Opus 38 by William Edmonstoune Duncan. Rosewood Publications, 2000. For flute, clarinet, bassoon, horn, and piano. Duncan (1966-1920) was a British writer, critic, and composer who trained at the Royal College of Music in London. This is a fairly long work (the score and piano part is 90 pages) in three movements (I. Moderately fast, II.  Moderately slow, and III. Rondo: Brightly, and somewhat fast). College level.
24.95
WW172: Quintet in G minor for flute, clarinet, bassoon, horn & piano by William Hurlstone edited by Jonathan Kershaw. Emerson Edition, 1998, SS/SB. William Yates Hurlstone (1876-1906) was a talented British composer whose untimely death, before he could reach full maturity as a composer, has resulted in undeserved obscurity. In three movements: Allegro Moderato, Andante cantabile, and Finale (Allegro Scherzando). All movements have tempo changes within them. College level.
54.95
WW027: Mozart Quintet in E-flat major (for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, & Bassoon) KV 452 edited by Hellmut Federhofer. Baerenreiter, 1986, (includes parts and piano score). Includes notes by the editor in German and English.
Mozart - Beethoven: Piano Quintets
26.95
WW096: Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat major KV Anh. I, 9 (297b) for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon and Orchestra Piano Reduction edited by Martin Schelhaas. Baerenreiter, 2006, SS, (includes parts and piano score). This piece has what the Preface calls perhaps the strangest and most convoluted history of the entire Mozart literature and source tradition. A brief history of this work and notes on the editing is given in German and English. It is in four movements: Allegro, Adagio, Andantino con Variazioni (with 10 variations), and concludes with a short Allegro.
32.50
WW104: Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat major KV Anh. I/ 9 (297b) for Flute, Oboe, Horn, Bassoon and Orchestra Piano Reduction reconstructed by Robert D. Levin. Baerenreiter, 1991, SS, (includes parts and piano score). This is a reconstruction of the Sinfonia Concertante for what may have been the original instrumentation by American Mozart scholar Robert Levin. It is in four movements: Allegro, Adagio, Andantino con Variazioni (with 10 variations), and concludes with a short Allegro. This edition includes some suggested cadenzas and eingänge for each of the wind instruments and alternate horn parts for F or E-flat horn.
23.95
WW060: Mozart Quintet in E-flat major (for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, & Bassoon) KV 452 edited by Wolf-Dieter Seiffert. Henle, 2000, (includes parts and piano score). Includes a forward and notes on the editing in German, French, and English.
33.95
WW286: Quintet Op. 52 for Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon and Piano by Louis Spohr edited by Maurice F. Powell. Musica Rara/Breitkopf, 1971, SB/SS, (includes parts and piano score). The horn part is in E-flat. In four movements: Allegro moderato, Larghetto con moto, Menuetto (Allegretto), and Finale (Allegro molto). The wind parts are early college level. The important piano part may be a bit more difficult. Duration about 31 minutes.
51.95
WW068: Quintet in A minor Op. 80 by Ferdinand Thieriot. Rosewood Publications, 2006, SB, (includes parts and piano score). For oboe, clarinet (in A and B-flat), bassoon, horn, and piano. Thieriot (1838-1919) was a North German composer, teacher, and choral conductor. In four movements: I. Allegro non troppo, II. Allegretto, III. Adagio, and IV. Allegro Vivace. College level with an important piano part. (Alternative string parts are available but are not supplied with this version.)
33.95

Woodwind Quintets (a few are with piano)
WW153: Encore Pieces Vol. #1 for Woodwind Quintet by Henry Aaron. Houston Publishing, 1988, SS. These quintets are in individual booklets for each instrument. This wonderful collection of woodwind quintet encores was originally arranged for the Chicago Symphony Woodwind Quintet. Some of these are suitable for high school level but others are in more extended keys and will be more challenging. It includes many familiar pieces: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Humoresque Op. 10. No. 2, Claude Debussy The Girl With The Flaxen Hair, Joseph Haydn Capriccio in A minor, Bela Bartok Diary Of A Fly (from Mikrokosmos Suite), Cecile Chaminade Scarf Dance, Edward MacDowell In Autumn (from Woodland Sketches Op. 51), Felix Mendelssohn Scherzo In E Minor Op. 16 No. 2, Dimitri Shostakovitch Polka (from Golden Age Ballet) Edvard Grieg Norwegian Dance in G major Op. 35 No. 12,  Modest P. Moussorgsky Gopak, Charles Gounod Funeral March of a Marionette , Johann Strauss Tritsch-Tratsch Polka. Available as a complete set or individual books.
Set
24.95

Set (w/score)
39.95

Flute
5.00

Oboe
5.00


Clarinet
5.00

Bassoon
5.00

Horn
5.00

Score
14.95

WW193: Five Easy Dances for Woodwind Quintet by Denes Agay. Presser, 1956, SS, (includes parts and score). Denes Agay (1912-2007) was born in Hungary and studied in Budapest. He moved to New York in 1939 and became an American citizen. He was a teacher, composer and arranger and conductor. As the title suggests, this is a good work for a high school level quartet. The five dances are: 1. Polka (Bright and happy), 2. Tango (Moderately), 3. Bolero (Animated), 4. Waltz (With steady, gentle motion), and 5. Rumba (Very lively and rhythmically).
24.95

WW280: Three Shanties for Wind Quintet by Malcolm Arnold. Paterson's Publications, 1952, SS, parts only. Three Shanties, which were written in 1943, provide as much fun for the listener as for the players. The bubbling figuration and racy rhythms of the outer movements frame a charming and sensitively scored Allegretto semplice, Boney was a warrior. The last shanty is based on Johnny come down to Hilo. Early college level with a duration of about 7 minutes.

WW281: Three Shanties for Wind Quintet by Malcolm Arnold. Paterson's Publications, 1952, SS, 19 pages. Score.
Sir Malcolm Arnold: Wind Chamber Music
Parts
19.95



Score
15.95

WW282: Wind Quintet (Op. 2) by Malcolm Arnold. Queen's Temple Publications, SS, (includes parts and score). An important and significant work, written in London in 1942 and published for the first time 60 years later. The first movement is tuneful and full of those surprises the composer loved to introduce in his music. There is no shortage of jazz inspired ideas, colored always by that Arnold "edge." The second movement is a fiendish scherzo - full of amazing cross rhythms and of immense energy. The final movement is a March which is the most emotionally charged. It includes  severe and angry dissonances, mocking fanfares, angular and brutal melodic and rhythmic shapes. Duration about 12 minutes. Click on the following to listen to sample mp3 files from each movement: Allegro, Presto, and Alla marcia.
Sir Malcolm Arnold: Wind Chamber Music
49.95
WW203: Scenes from a Comedy for Wind Quintet by Christopher Ball. Emerson Edition, 2007, SS, (includes parts and score). British composer Christopher Ball has used an imaginary comedy as the inspiration for this work which was first performed in 1990 by students from Trinity College of Music. The movements are: 1. Comedy Overture, 2. Hilda Broods and Hatches a Plot, 3. March Past of the Jaunty Boys, 4. Waltzing with Hilda, 5. Clandestine Lovers, and 6. All's well that Ends Well. The flute part includes piccolo. Duration is about 13:00.
30.95
WW175: Summer Music Op. 31 for Woodwind Quintet by Samuel Barber. G. Schirmer, 1967, SS, (includes parts and score). This work which had its premier in 1956 is in one continuos movement. It is an advanced work which highlights each member of the quintet.  Duration about 11 minutes. (I heard this on the radio and thought it was very nice.)
29.95
WW159: Rhapsody on a Chassidic Tune for Wind Quintet by Samuel Baron. Oxford University Press, 2005, SS, (includes parts and score). This work is by Samuel Baron (1925-1997) a famous flutist and founding member of the New York Woodwind Quintet. It has alternating slow and fast sections with all of the quintet members having at least one solo. College level or adult woodwind quintets.
37.50
WW305: Pastorale Op. 151 for Woodwind Quintet by Amy Beach. Hildegard Publishing Company, 1942, SS, (includes parts and score). Amy Beach (1867-1944) was an American woman composer. This piece was written in 1941. It is her next to last published work and the only one for woodwind quintet. It is based on works she wrote in 1921 and is in a conservative, diatonic style unlike many of her later works. This piece is in 6/8 and marked Lento tranquillo. High school quintets and up. Includes notes on the composer and this work. Click on the cover image to view the second page of the score.
24.95
WW283: Allegro From Beethoven's Fifth for Woodwind Quintet by Ludwig van Beethoven arranged by Nicholas J. Contorno. Kendor Music, 2012, SS, (includes parts and score). This is the famous opening section of the fifth symphony. A bass clarinet part is included as an alternative to the bassoon. The publisher rates this as (US) grade 3. The duration is 2:00. Click on the cover image to view the first two pages of the score.
15.50
WW290: Scherzo from Symphony No. 6 arranged for Woodwind Quintet by Ludwig van Beethoven arranged by Thomas Bourgault. Kendor Music, 2012, SS, (includes parts and score). In this setting of the scherzo movement from Beethoven’s popular Symphony No. 6 (often referred to as the Pastoral Symphony), the wind voices are scored nearly identically to the original piece, showcasing the feeling of a light dance and a pastoral flourish. Instrumentation includes flute, oboe, B-flat clarinet, horn in F, and bassoon (opt. bass clarinet). The publisher rates this as (US) grade 5. The duration is 3:00. Click on the cover image to view the first two pages of the score.
16.50
WW105: Coriolan Overture Op 62 for Woodwind Quintet by Ludwig van Beethoven arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 8601), 2003, SS, (includes parts and score). The Coriolan Overture was composed in 1807 after a tragedy based on the Roman general Coriolanus. For college level or adult woodwind quintets.
28.50
WW200: Quintet in E-flat for Woodwind Quintet by Ludwig van Beethoven arranged from the Sextet Op 71 by the Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet. Presser, 1964, SS, (includes parts and score). A popular arrangement of this piece. The movements are: I. Adagio/Allegro, II. Adagio, III. Menuetto, and IV. Rondo (Allegro).
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WW101: Marche Hongroise for Woodwind Quintet by Hector Berlioz arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 6877), 1998, (parts only). This familiar piece is based on Berlioz's orchestral arrangement of a military march. Advanced high school/early college level or adult woodwind quintets. The clarinet part is for clarinet in A.
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WW118: L'Arlésienne Suite No. 1 for Woodwind Quintet by Georges Bizet arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA8604), 2007, (includes parts and score). A Bizet favorite. The first three movements are for clarinet in B-flat while the fourth and last movement is for clarinet in A.
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WW119: Sextet Op. 45 (Originalthema mit Veränderungen) for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon and Piano by Theodor Blumer. Simrock, 1922, SS, (includes parts and piano score). The is a theme and variations piece with all of the variations are named. They are: I. Improvisation (piano only). II Capriccio, III. Pastorale, IV. Slavischer Tanz, V. Romanze, VI. Humoreske (5/4 Time), and VII. Finale. College level with a duration of about 18 minutes.
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WW278: Six Miniature Pastorals arranged for Wind Quintet by Frank Bridge arranged by Russell Denwood. Emerson Edition, 2011, SS, includes parts and score. Frank Bridge (1879-1941) was an English composer and violist who was a student of Stanford and a teacher of Britten. These pieces were written for piano between 1917 and 1921. They work well for wind quintet. The flute switches to piccolo for the third piece. Early college level.
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WW182: Occasional Postcards for Wind Quintet by Paul Carr. Comus Edition, 1995, SS, includes parts and score. Five colorful and evocative pieces - ‘Through Crowded Streets’, ‘Bicycles in Summer Rain’, ‘Boys on the Beach’, ‘Summer Evening’ and ‘Tuscan Diary’. There is quite a bit of mixed meter (constant eighth notes) and some fast tempos in this work making it appropriate for experienced college and adult quartets. Duration about 14 minutes. Also available from the publisher is accompaniment parts for string orchestra.
24.95
WW206: A Day in the Forest of Dreams for Woodwind Quintet and Piano by Billy Childs. Southern Music, 2009, (includes parts and piano score). Billy Childs (1957-) is an American composer and jazz pianist who won the 2009 Guggenheim Award for music composition. This work was commissioned by the Dorian Wind Quintet in 1997 and is inspired by the sounds of nature in an enchanted forest. There are two movements: First Glimpses of Sunlight and Afternoon Dance. An advanced piece with a duration of about 21 minuets.
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WW318: Clearly Classical for Woodwind Quintet (with optional bass clarinet instead of bassoon) arranged by James Christensen. Kendor Music, 2013. Includes parts and score. The title of this medley describes it perfectly since it features short snippets of several famous classics (with the Mozart clarinet concerto leading off). At the same time it showcases the wide range of colorful timbres that are possible in woodwind quintet performance, making it an especially good choice for demonstrating the sound of individual instruments to aspiring musicians. Relatively easy high school level at US grade 3. Duration 1:35. Click on the cover image to view the first two pages of the three page score.
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WW268: A Klezmer Wedding Edition for Woodwind Quintet by Mike Curtis. Advance Music, 1998. Includes parts and score. Fun for the performers and the audience. It begins with a Doina with solos for the flute, oboe and clarinet. This is followed by a Hora, Chusidl, and a Frylach. College level.
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WW028: Seventeen Variations for Woodwind Quintet Op. 22 by Jean-Michel Damase. Alphonse Leduc, 1952. French title: Dix-Sept Variations pour Quintette à vent. Includes score.
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WW100: The Children's Corner for Woodwind Quintet by Claude Debussy arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 6876), 1997, SS, (includes parts and score). This popular piano piece was written between 1906 and 1908 and dedicated to Debussy's daughter. It includes the pieces (which can be performed individually): Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum, Jimbo's Lullaby, Serenade for the Doll, The Snow is Dancing, The Little Shepherd, and Golliwog's Cake Walk.  For college level or adult woodwind quintets. Both B-flat and A clarinets are needed to perform this work and the flute part includes piccolo.
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WW239: Aires Tropicales for Woodwind Quintet by Paquito D'Rivera. InternationalOpus, 1994, SS, includes parts and score. For flute (and piccolo with optional alto flute), oboe (and English horn), clarinet, horn and bassoon. The seven movements are: Alborada, a slow introduction, Son with an ostinato Latin bass line, Habanera, similar to Ravel, Vals Venezolano, a lively Venezuelan waltz, Dizzyness, an homage to Dizzy Gillespie, Contredanza, an upbeat Cuban dance, and Afro, a rhythmic 6/8 dance over an African ostinato. A popular and different quintet with movements that can be played together or individually. For advanced college or professional quintets with a duration of about 24 minutes.
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WW070: Suite of Folk-Tunes from Transylvania and Banat for Wind Quintet by Roderick Elmer. Rosewood Publications, 1998. For flute, oboe, clarinet in A (with alternate part in B-flat), bassoon, and horn. Roderick (1947-) is a British music educator and composer. This work, which includes 10 mostly Romanian folk songs and dances, was inspired by the work of Bartok and Kodaly and is based on folk tunes collected in Romania in the 1930s. It should be playable by a good high school quintet.
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WW196: Cascadian Concerto for Woodwind Quintet and Orchestra (Piano Reduction) by Eric Ewazen. Southern Music, 2009, SS, includes parts and piano score. Commissioned and dedicated to the Cascadian Wind Quintet of Seattle, Washington. This is a four-movement concerto grosso in which each movement evokes a musical image of the Pacific Northwest: Sundrenched, Windswept, Snowcapped, and Glistening. An advanced college level quintet or better will be required. This piece is now print on demand with a price.
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WW128: Early Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century for wind quintett by Ferenc Farkas. Editio Musica Budapest, 1959. Includes the score. This quintet is fun for both the performers and the audience. The five dances are Intrada, Slow Dance, Shoulder-Blade Dance, Chorea, and Leaping Dance. Clarinet in B-flat and A. Early college level, adult amateurs, and up. This version has one more dance (Chorea) than either the clarinet quartet or saxophone quartet version.
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WW244: Quintette No. 1 for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet (in A), Bassoon and Horn by Jean Françaix. Schott, 1990, SS, parts only. In four movements: I. Andante tranquillo/Allegro Assai, II. Presto, III. Tema and (5) Variations, and IV. Tempo di marcia francese. This quintet was written in either 1933 or 1948 depending on the reference. It is college level with a duration of about 20 minutes. You may listen to an audio performance of this work in two parts: Part I  and Part II. The score is available separately. Contact us if you need it.
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WW245: Quintette No. 2 for Wind Instruments by Jean Françaix. Schott, 1987, SS, parts only. In five movements: 1. Preludio, 2. Toccata (Allegro), 3. Scherzando, 4. Andante, and 5. Allegrissimo. This quintet is for clarinet in B-flat. The oboe part changes to Cor Anglais for the fourth movement. A much later work than the first quintet, it was written in 1987. College level with a duration of about 18 minutes. The score is available separately. Contact us if you need it.
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WW135: Three Preludes by George Gershwin transcribed and arranged for Woodwind Quintet by Don Stewart. Trillenium Music, 2007, SS, (score and parts). This set of three piano preludes written in 1924 was so popular a few years ago that it may have suffered from overexposure. (I recall hearing a version for electric violin while watching an ice skating competition.) However, it is probably safe to perform this wonderful music again.
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WW322: Three Madrigals by Don Carlo Geualdo arranged for woodwind quintet by Graham Bastable. International Music Co., 1999, SS, includes parts and score (each part is 2 pages). Carlo Gesualdo (1560-1613), was an Italian nobleman, lutenist, and composer who had an unusually colorful personal life. He was especially know for his Madrigals. The three in this collection were written between 1596 and 1611. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score of the third madrigal.
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WW284: Anitra's Dance from Peer Gynt Suite for Woodwind Quintet by Edvard Grieg arranged by James Christensen. Kendor Music, 2012, SS, (includes parts and score). This is a much simplified arrangement compared the version of Anitra's Dance in the Baerenreiter edition. There is an easy piccolo part which could be played on flute near the end of the flute part. A bass clarinet part is included as an alternative to the bassoon. The publisher rates this as (US) grade 3. The duration is 1:30. Click on the cover image to view the first two pages of the score.
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WW107: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 Op. 46 for Woodwind Quintet by Edvard Grieg arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 8603), 2006, SS, (includes parts and score). A very popular suite arranged for college or adult woodwind quintets. Includes the pieces (which can of course be performed individually): Morning Mood, The Death of Åse, Anitra's Dance, and In the Hall of the Mountain King. The clarinet part is for clarinet in A.
37.95
WW304: Prairie Songs for Woodwind Quintet by Roger Goeb. Peer International, 1952, SS, includes parts and score. Roger Goeb (1914-1997) was an American composer who studied with Nadia Boulanger and was a music educator as well. This piece was composed in 1947 and also exists in a version for small orchestra. It is in three movements: 1. Evening, 2, Dance, and 3. Morning. Early college level. Click on the cover image to view the last page of the score. (This portion of the music is in cut time with half note = 56.)
14.95
WW309: Petite Symphonie arranged for Wind Quintet by Charles Gounod arranged by Jane Whalley edited by Russell Denwood. Emerson Edition, 1994, SS, includes parts and score. Charles Gounod (1818-1893) was a French composer who also lived in England. This piece was written in 1885. It was originally for 9 wind instruments (a double wind quintet minus one flute). This arrangement is in four movements: Adagio/Allegretto, Andante Cantabile, Scherzo, and Finale (Allegretto). Early college level.
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WW234: Carols for Christmas arranged for Woodwind Quintet (with optional bass clarinet replacing bassoon) by Frank J. Halferty. Almitra Music/Kendor Music, 2010, SS, includes parts and score. The carols are: Joy to the World, Ding Dong Merrily on High, We Three Kings, Deck the Halls, Jingle Bells, Silent Night, and We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Intermediate level which makes in suitable for high school and other quintets that need holiday music that doesn't require much rehearsal.
25.50
WW279: Divertimento No. 1 in B-flat for Woodwind Quintet by Joseph Haydn arranged by the Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet. Theodore Presser Co., 1958, SS, includes parts and score. Movements are: I. Allegro con Spirito, II St. Anthony Chorale (Andante), III. Minuetto, and IV. Rondo (Allegretto). Early college level. Duration 7:20. Here is the Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet in a recording made in 1956.
24.95
WW320: Selections from Quartet in E-flat by Joseph Haydn arranged for Woodwind Quintet (with optional bass clarinet replacing bassoon) by Thomas Bourgault. Kendor Music, 2014, SS, includes parts and score. These are the first (Allegro moderato) and last (Presto) movements of Haydn's String Quartet Op. 33 No. 2, known as the Joke. The joke is in the final movement which has several false endings as well as some other features that might be considered humorous. It is rated by the publisher as (US) grade 5 and has a duration of about 8:35. Click on the cover image to view the first two pages of the score.
23.50
WW205: Trois pièces brèves for Wind Quintet by Jacques Ibert. Alphonse Leduc, 1930, SS, includes parts and score. The three pieces are: I. Allegro, II Andante, and III. Assez lent/Allegro scherzando/Vivo. College level.
44.25
WW226: Sextet for Piano, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon by Gordon Jacob. Breitkopf & Härtel (Musica Rara), 1962/2000, SS, (includes parts and piano score). This piece was written in 1956 in memory of Aubrey Brain and it can also be regarded as a tribute to his son Dennis Brain who was killed in a traffic accident shortly after its first performance. In five movements: I. Elegiac Prelude, II. Scherzo, III. Cortege, IV. Minuet and Trio, and V. Rondo with Epilogue. The flute part has a very brief piccolo section and the oboe part has a short cor anglais solo. College level.
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WW246: Wind Quintet No. 1 (Serenade) by Gordon Jacob. Emerson Edition, 1988, SS, parts only. Piccolo is needed briefly as well as both B-flat and A clarinets. There are, unusually, six movements to this work, making it possible, if necessary, to make two suites out of it. Written for the English Wind Players in 1931 it lay unpublished until 1988 as there was "little demand for such things" before the war. The movements are Overture, Air, Jig, Interlude, Theme & Variations, and Rondino. As always with Jacob's work it is a delight to both players and audience.
33.95
WW160: Klezmer Dances for Woodwind Quintet arranged by Gene Kavadlo and adapted for woodwind quintet by Adam Lesnick. International Opus, 2005, SS, (includes parts and score). Four traditional klezmer dances: Freylekh, Khosidl, Kolomeyke, and Kamariska arranged by clarinetist Kavadlo. The clarinet does the heavy lifting in these arrangements, although the flute and oboe have their moment. Some performance notes for classical clarinetists are included.
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WW293: Candelaria, Suite para Quinteto de Viento by Mario Kuri-Aldana. Musica Rara, 1969, SS, (includes parts and score). Mario Kuri-Aldana (1931-) is a Mexican composer who has worked in Mexico as a conductor, teacher and musical ethnologist. The roots of his style are in a folkloristic neo-classicism which applies to this woodwind quintet. In four movements: 1. Villancico (Alegre jugando), 2. Canción (Lento cantando), 3. Jarabe (Rapido con brio), and 4. Rondó Provinciano (Alegre jugando). The first three movements are short. The last is longer with six different tempos. Early college level.
18.95
WW146: Sechs Bagatellen for Wind Quintet Parts by György Ligeti. Schott, 1973, SS, (parts only). An interesting quintet written in 1953. Ligeti is said to have been influenced by Bartok during this period (listening to it reminds me of the music of Leonard Bernstein). The six bagatelles are I. Allegro con spirito, II. Rubato, Lamentoso, III. Allegri grazioso, IV. Presto ruvido, V. Béla Bartók in memoriam (Adagio, Mesto), and VI. Moto vivace, Capriccioso. Upper college level with a duration of about 12 minutes.

WW199: Sechs Bagatellen for Wind Quintet Score by György Ligeti. Schott, 1973, SS, 30 pages.
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WW298: Wind Quintet after Beethoven by Martin Joseph Mengal. Phylloscopus Publications, 1990, SS, includes parts (both E-flat and alternative F horn) and score. Martin Joseph Mengal (1784-1851) was a Belgian horn player and composer. This is one of three wind quintets he created based on the themes from great composers (the other two are based on Mozart and Haydn). It is in four movements: Allegro, Andante, Minuet Allegro and Finale Allegro. The first two movements are based on the first two movements of the Violin Sonata Op. 12 No. 2 and the last movement is from the Violin Sonata Op. 12 No. 3 (third movement). Although the origin of this quintet is somewhat unusual, it is a very nice work. This is a link to a page with a recording of some of the third movement (try the RealAudio link first). 
34.95
WW097: The Magic Flute Overture for Woodwind Quintet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 6872), 2003, (parts only). A woodwind quintet arrangement of this popular and familiar overture. Advanced high school/early college level or adult woodwind quintets.
21.95
WW106: Symphony in G min KV 550 for Woodwind Quintet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 8602), 2003, SS, (includes parts and score). This symphony was completed in 1788 and is one of only two Mozart wrote in a minor key. For college level or adult woodwind quintets.
45.95
WW103: Pictures at an Exhibition for Woodwind Quintet by Modest Mussorgsky arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 6879), 1999, SS, (includes parts and score). Written by Mussorgsky for piano in 1874, this is a substantial work for woodwind quintet. For college level or adult woodwind quintets. Both B-flat and A clarinets are needed to perform this work.
54.95
WW223: Quintet Op. 43 for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, French Horn, and Bassoon (Parts) by Carl Nielsen. Wilhelm Hansen, 2003, SS, parts only. This work had its first performance in 1922. In three movements: I. Allegro ben moderato, II. Menuet & Trio, and III. Preludium, Theme and Variations (11), and Andantino festivo. The clarinet is in A and the first portion of the last movement is for English Horn. You can find a detailed description here.

WW224: Quintet Op. 43 for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, French Horn, and Bassoon (Score) by Carl Nielsen. Wilhelm Hansen, 2003, SS, 42 pages, score only.
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WW233: Canon in D for Woodwind Quintet (with optional bass clarinet replacing bassoon) by Johann Pachelbel arranged by Frank J. Halferty. Almitra Music/Kendor Music, 2010, SS, includes parts and score. An arrangement of this familiar piece that gives each player the melody at some point. Intermediate level (the publisher says US grade 4) with a duration of 4:40.
13.95
WW296: Libertango for Woodwind Quintet by Astor Piazzolla arranged by Jeff Scott. International Opus, SS, (includes parts and score). This is one of Piazzolla's faster tangos, with a Presto tempo. The recording and videos on the internet have added a cajon. College level with a duration of about 6:30. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
36.95
WW161: Oblivion for Woodwind Quintet by Astor Piazzolla arranged by Jeff Scott. International Opus, 1984, SS, (includes parts and score). Piazzolla’s haunting and seductive milonga shows off the slow and sultry side of tango, giving all five players a chance to play expressive solos. While the publisher says this is suitable for high school students, it would probably take some coaching to bring it off.
31.95
WW297: Suite Pittoresque for Wind Quintet by Paul Pierné. Alphonse Leduc, SS, includes parts and score. Paul Pierné (1874-1952) was a French composer and organist. This college level quintet is in three movements: 1. L'Abeille et la Fleur (Allegro Moderato), 2. Nuit sur la Plaine (Très lent), and 3. Les Oiseaux et le Chat (Allegro). The oboist switches to Cor Anglais for the second movement. This web site has audio files for the first 30 seconds of each movement.
23.50
WW117: Le Tombeau de Couperin by Maurice Ravel transcribed for woodwind quintet by Mason Jones. Durand, 1970, (parts only). A very popular transcription of this enjoyable piece. 1. Prelude (Vif), 2. Fugue (Allegro Moderato), 3. Menuet (Allegro Moderato), 4. Rigaudon (Assez vif) The score may also be ordered. For better college level or adult woodwind quintets. The clarinet part calls for both clarinet in A and B-flat.
26.95
WW137: Mother Goose Suite (Ma Mère l'Oye) for Woodwind Quintet by Maurice Ravel by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 8605), 2008, (parts only). The Mother Goose Suite was composed as a piano duet and was first published in 1910. Each of the movements is inspired by a fairly tale. For college level or adult woodwind quintets. The flute part includes piccolo..
37.95
WW225: Suite in G for Woodwind Quintet by Jean-Philippe Rameau arranged by Ryohei Nakagawa. Theodore Presser, 1978, SS, (includes score and parts). Our local woodwind quintet guru wanted this so I ordered more than one. In six movements: 1. L'Indifférente/The Indifferent Girl (Allegretto), Les Sauveges/The Brutes (Allegro moderato), 3. Menuet I & II (Allegro), 4. La Poule/The Hen (Allegro, ma non troppo), 5. Les Triolets/The Triplets (Andantino), and 6. L'Égyptienne/The Egyptian Girl (Allegretto). College level.
52.95
WW264: Quintet for Wind Instruments in E-flat major Op. 88 No. 2 by Anton Reicha edited by Henrik Wiese and Norbert Müllemann. Henle, 2010, SS, parts only. These quintets are believed to have been written around 1811 but not published until 1817 or 1818. This edition has notes on the sources used and the editing. The parts state that the oboe part can also be played on flute and parts for both E-flat and F horn are included. In four movements: Lento/Allegro moderato, Menuetto (Allegro) with two trios, Poco Andante (Grazioso),  and Finale (Allegretto). Early college level.
43.95
WW098: The Barber of Seville Overture for Woodwind Quintet by Gioacchino Rossini arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 6873), 1996, (parts only). For college level or adult woodwind quintets. The clarinet part is for clarinet in A.
21.95
WW331: Petite Offrande Musicale for Woodwind Quintet by Nino Rota. Alphonse Leduc, 1955, SS, includes parts and score. This is a brief (a bit over 4 minutes), but very pleasant quintet by Nino Rota who was especially known for his film scores. Early college level/college level. Here is performance on YouTube.
25.55
WW116: Short Developments for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon by Mathias Rüegg. Musikverlag Alexander Mayer, 1996, SS, (includes score and parts). Mathias Rüegg (1952-) is a Swiss born composer who has resided in Vienna since 1976. He is best known as the founder and director of the Vienna Art Orchestra. This piece has many short sections at differing tempos and time signatures. Probably best suited for an upper level college or graduate quartet.
34.95
WW301: A Year in the Catskills for Woodwind Quintet (Parts) by Peter Schickele. Elkan-Vogel/Theodor Presser Co., 2011, SS, (parts only). In A Year in the Catskills, Schickele set about exploring the blending of these five very different sounds, scoring almost-solo passages for each, while tapping into the joy of the ensemble. In four movements: I. Spring: Fantasy (Broad, bold etc.), II. Summer: Imitations (Flowing), III. Fall: Variations (Joyous), IV. Winter: Lament (Slow, still) and V. Finale (Fast, driving). For advanced performers with a duration of about 22 minutes. You can listen to samples here. Click on the cover image to view a 22 page sample from the score.

WW301a: A Year in the Catskills for Woodwind Quintet (Score) by Peter Schickele. Elkan-Vogel/Theodor Presser Co., 2011, SS, (score only).

WW301b: A Year in the Catskills for Woodwind Quintet (Complete) by Peter Schickele. Elkan-Vogel/Theodor Presser Co., 2011, SS, (both parts and score).
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WW294: "La Nouvelle Orleans" Woodwind Quintet by Lalo Schifrin. Scherzo Music, 1987, SS, (includes parts and score). While Argentina born composer Lalo Schifrin (1932-) is best know for his film and TV scores, he has also composed music for more traditional settings. This is an advanced sectional work: Adagio non troppo, Molto espressivo (Horn solo), Tempo primo, Più lento, Allegro in 2 and Più animato. Duration of about 8:30. Here is an audio file of a performance. Listen for the section near the end inspired by traditional New Orleans jazz.
19.95
WW302: Quintet in B-flat Major from the D471 String Trio Woodwind Quintet by Franz Schubert arranged by David Walter. Billaudot, 2010, SS, (includes parts and score). In one Allegro movement. This is at an advanced high school/early college level and is rated a 4 on the publisher's 9 point difficulty scale. Duration is about 6 minutes. Click on the cover image to view the first page of the score.
33.95
WW162: Miniatures for Woodwind Quintet by William Grant Still arranged by Adam Lesnick. International Opus, 1996, SS, (includes parts and score). This is an arrangement of the original work which was for flute, oboe and piano. The five contrasting movements display a variety of Afro, Anglo, Latino and Native American musical styles; I Ride An Old Paint (Cowboy Song - U.S.A.), Adolorido (Mexico), Jesus Is A Rock In The Weary Land (Spiritual, bluesy clarinet solo - U.S.A.), Yaravi (Peru) and A Frog Went A-Courtin’ (U.S.A.). Advanced high school or early college level.
25.95
WW311: The Overture to Iolanthe for Woodwind Quintet by Arthur Sullivan arranged by Graham Sheen. Emerson Edition, 1985, SS (parts only). Iolanthe or The Peer and the Peri (immortal fairies) is a comic opera with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert. It was first produced in London at the Savoy Theatre, on 25 November 1882. This arrangement, which calls for clarinet in A, is early college level in difficulty.
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WW140: Quintet for Winds by Endre Szervánsky. Edition Musica Budapest, 1959, SS, (includes parts and score). Endre Szervánsky (1911-1977) was a Hungarian composer and composition professor. This work was written for the Budapest Wind Quintet in 1953. In four movements: I. Adagio, II. Allegro scherzoso, III. Andante, and IV. Allegro vivace. An upper level college work with a duration of about 16:30.
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WW308: Abaafa Luli for Woodwind Quintet by Justinian Tamusuza. InternationalOpus, 1994, SS, (includes parts and score). Justinian Tamusuza was born in 1951 in Kibisi, Uganda in East Africa. After studying traditional music in his native country, he studied composition in Ireland and the United States. This is n exciting and unique woodwind quintet based on the traditional African folk music of Uganda. "In this short piece, Tamusuza creates a rich polyrhythmic texture, woven not just by wind instruments but also hand-held maracas and stamping feet. The main theme sounds like a rhythmically energized hymn tune....a mosaic of African and European genres. The climactic ending to Abaafa Luli – rapid and resounding rhythms – served to delight and exhilarate the listener."
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WW292: Quintet for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon & Horn by Philip Taylor. Musica Rara, 1975, SS, (includes parts and score). Philip Taylor (1952-) is an English composer who studied at the Royal College of Music. In three movements: I. Allegro Molto ed Animato, II. Lento, and III. Presto Vivace. Click on the cover image to view the first two pages of the score.
41.95
WW285: Arabian Dance from The Nutcracker Suite for Woodwind Quintet by Peter Ilyich Tschaikowsky arranged by James Christensen. Kendor Music, 2012, SS, (includes parts and score). A bass clarinet part is included as an alternative to the bassoon. The publisher rates this as (US) grade 3. The duration is 1:50. Click on the cover image to view the first two pages of the score.
11.50
WW208: Overture to The Nutcracker Ballet for Woodwind Quintet by Peter Ilyich Tschaikowsky arranged by Earl C. North. Kendor Music, 1993, SS, (includes parts and score). The publisher rates this as (US) grade 5. The flute part also calls for piccolo. The duration is 3:15.
11.95
WW207: The Nutcracker - Three Movements for Woodwind Quintet by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky arranged by Tom Kennedy. Masters Music, 1991, SS, (includes parts and score). The three movements are 1. Marche, 2. Arab Dance, and 3. Russian Dance - Trepak.
12.95
WW102: La Forza del Distino Overture for Woodwind Quintet by Giuseppe Verdi arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 6878), 1998, SS, (parts only). This opera (The Power of Destiny) was completed in 1862 and is a work of Verdi's late period. For college level or adult woodwind quintets. The clarinet part is for clarinet in A and the flute part includes piccolo.
20.95
WW099: Nabucco Overture for Woodwind Quintet by Giuseppe Verdi arranged by Joachim Linkelmann. Baerenreiter (BA 6875), 1997, SS, (parts only). Nabucco was Verdi's third opera and one of his most popular. For college level or adult woodwind quintets. The clarinet part is for clarinet in A and the flute part includes piccolo.
21.95
WW310: Quintet in E Minor for Wind Quintet by Giuseppe Verdi arranged by Moredechai Rechtman. Emerson Edition, 1994, SS, (includes parts and score). Giuseppe Verdi's String Quartet in E minor which is what has been arranged here, was written in the spring of 1873 in Naples when the opening of Aida was delayed. It is his only surviving chamber music work. It is in four movements: I. Allegro, II Andantino, III. Prestissimo, and IV. Scherzo Fuga, Allegro assai mosso. College level. The first three movements are for clarinet in B-flat; the last movement for clarinet in A.
37.95
WW134: Wind Quintets 9 & 10 by Alec Wilder. Trillenium Music, 2007, SS, (parts only; score is also available). Two late quintets from American Alec Wilder (1907-1980) whose compositions combined elements of classical, jazz, and popular music. Upper college level.
49.95
WW312: Quintet (for Woodwind Quintet) by William Wolstenholme. Emerson Edition, 2004, SS, (includes parts and score). William Wolstenholme (1865-1931) was an English composer and organist and the first blind musician to receive a music degree in more than 100 years. This piece is in four movements: I. Allegro, II. Andante pastorale, and III. Allegro Vivace. Early college level with a duration of 16:30.
31.95
WW269: Wooden Miniatures Woodwind Quintet by Gregory W. Yasinitsky. Advance Music, 2010, SS, (includes parts and score). Wooden Miniatures was commissioned by Washington State University and written in 1994. Since the work was composed for a ceremonial occasion, the goal was to create positive and uplifting music. Since the time frame available for the performance was somewhat limited the goal was to create a piece which had the feeling of a complete work, yet was short and concise (duration 6:25). Wooden Miniatures is in three movements: I. Made of Mahogany features brilliant, sprightly colors; II. Teak Elephants is more melancholy and reflective; and III. Fashioned from Boxwood begins with a march-like fugato followed by a return of material from the first movement. Early college level.
21.95

Sextets and Larger Woodwind Ensembles
WW273: Sextet in E-flat major Op. 71 and March WoO 29 for two Clarinets, two Bassoons and two Horns by Ludwig van Beethoven. Henle, 2011, SS, parts only. Believed to have been written in 1795/96 (although not published until 1810), this sextet is in four 4 movements: I. Adagio/Allegro, II. Adagio, III. Menuetto (Quasi Allegretto)/Trio, and IV. Rondo (Allegro). Also included is the very brief March WoO 29. Included are horn parts in the original E-flat/B-flat keys and transposed for the F horn. It includes a Preface and Notes on the sources and editing in German, English and French. Early college level. We can also get the score which is $20.95. The price has been increased to $42.95 since we received it.
34.95
WW165: Molly on the Shore Music for Woodwind Band by Percy Aldridge Grainger adapted by R. Mark Rogers. Southern Music, 2007, (includes parts and conductor's score). This edition of this popular Irish reel is based on Granger's setting for military band. The instrumentation includes all woodwinds normally found in a large concert band plus 3rd flute (alternate for E-flat clarinet), 4th clarinet, soprano saxophone (which has a short solo), and 2nd tenor saxophone. Also included are optional parts for string bass and percussion. US grade 4 (of 6) with most of the difficulty in the upper woodwinds.
49.95
WW021: Mozart Serenade in B-flat major “Gran Partita” KV 361 Performance Parts edited by Daniel N. Leeson and Neal Zaslaw. Baerenreiter, 1979. Includes alternate clarinet parts to replace the basset horns.

WW020: Mozart Serenade in B-flat major “Gran Partita” KV 361 Study Score edited by Daniel N. Leeson and Neal Zaslaw. Baerenreiter, 1979, SS, 82 pages.
Parts
67.95

Score
16.95

WW065: Mozart Serenade in B-flat major “Gran Partita” KV 361 (370a) edited by Henrick Wiese. Henle, 2005. Includes Preface and Notes on the editing in the Oboe I part. Parts only. Overstock Special! $8.00 off regular price.
75.95
WW025: Mozart Serenade in C minor KV 388 Performance Parts edited by Daniel N. Leeson and Neal Zaslaw. Baerenreiter, 1979. An octet for two oboes, two clarinet, two horns, and two bassoons.

WW024: Mozart Serenade in C minor KV 388 Study Score edited by Daniel N. Leeson and Neal Zaslaw. Baerenreiter,1979, SS, 44 pages.
Parts
24.95
Score
10.95
WW050: Mozart Serenade in C minor KV 388 Performance Parts edited by Henrik Wiese. Henle, 2005. A new edition of this wind octet. It includes a page of notes (in German, English, and French) explaining the origin of this work and the issues surrounding it. There is also a page detailing the editing decisions and their rational. Very well printed and with attention to page turns. Overstock Special! The regular price is $40.95.
22.95
WW095: Mozart Serenade in E-flat major KV 375 Sextet Version - Performance Parts edited by Daniel N. Leeson and Neal Zaslaw. Baerenreiter, 1979. For two clarinets, two horns, and two bassoons.

WW023: Mozart Serenade in E-flat major KV 375 Octet Version - Performance Parts edited by Daniel N. Leeson and Neal Zaslaw. Baerenreiter, 1979. For two oboes, two clarinets, two horns, and two bassoons.

WW022: Mozart Serenade in E-flat major KV 375 Study Score edited by Daniel N. Leeson and Neal Zaslaw. Baerenreiter, 1979, SS, 96 pages. Includes both sextet and octet versions.
Schweizer Blaserensemble (Swiss Wind Soloists) (Octet)
Sextet
24.50

Octet
25.95

Score
16.95

WW063: Mozart Serenade in E-flat major KV 375 Sextet Version edited by Henrik Wiese. Henle, 2005, SS, parts only. For two clarinets, two horns, and two bassoons. Includes notes in German, French, and English. Overstock Special! $4.00 off regular price.

WW064: Mozart Serenade in E-flat major KV 375 Octet Version edited by Henrik Wiese. Henle, 2005, SS, parts only. For two oboes, two clarinets, two horns, and two bassoons. Includes notes in German, French, and English. Overstock Special! $5.00 off regular price.
Sextet
29.95


Octet

35.95

WW114: Parthia in B-flat for Wind Octet by Ignaz J. Pleyel edited by Peter Schreiber. Musikverlag Alexander Mayer, 1996, SS, includes parts and score. Ignaz J. Pleyel (1757-1831) was an Austrian composer and a student of Vanhal and Haydn. In addition to being a prolific composer, he was a music publisher and instrument manufacturer. The instrumentation of this suite is 2 oboes, 2 clarinets (in B-flat), 2 horns (in B-flat), and 2 bassoons. It is in four movements: I. Allegro, II. Adagio amoroso con espressione, III. Menuetto, and IV. Rondo - Allegro. Early college level.
19.95
WW127: Sextuor for Woodwind Quintet and Piano by Francis Poulenc. Wilhelm Hansen, 1945. Includes parts and piano score. Clarinet is in B-flat. A popular piece for this combination. In three movements: I. Allegro vivace, II. Divertissement, and III. Finale.
33.95
WW192: Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5 Aria Woodwind Choir by Heitor Villa-Lobos arranged by John Krance. Associated Music Publishers, 1947. Includes optional parts for Spanish Guitar and Bells, two copies of each part for the flute and B-flat clarinet parts, and a full score. As most parts are doubled or cued, this piece can be played by a choir that is missing a few instruments as long as the full spectrum of voices are covered. High school level and above.
39.95

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