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Brandt’s Woodwind Quintet List – M

Maayani, Ami (1936- )

2 Madrigals for harp and woodwind quintet (1969)

Duration: 16:18. Also see: http://www.amimaayani.co.il/ .

Macbride, David (1951- )

Woodwind Quintet (1975)

American Composers Allliance, 1975

MacCombie, Bruce (1943-2012)

Anecdotes (1996)

Schott Helicon Music, rental only /

U.S. agent, European American Music Distributors

Duration: 13:00. See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_MacCombie .

MacDonald, Malcolm (1916-1992)

Divertimento

Not to be confused with the music critic Malcolm MacDonald (aka
Calum MacDonald), 1948-2014.

MacDowell, Edward Alexander (1860-1908)
arrangements

To a Wild Rose, Op. 51, No.1 (arr. Ralph E. Hall)

Boston: A.P. Schmidt, 1948 (out of print)

Alternate bass clarinet part for bassoon, alternate clarinet parts for flute, oboe and horn.

Idyl, Unter des Grünen bluhender Kraft, Op. 28, No. 2 (arr. George J. Trinkaus)

New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1934 / Warner Bros. Publications /

New York: McGinnis & Marx

Woodland Sketches, Op. 51 “From Uncle Remus” (arr. Henry Aaron)

Woodland Sketches, Op. 51 “From Uncle Remus” (arr. Gerhard Engels)

Pub. by Gerhard Engels; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Woodland Sketches, Op. 51 “From Uncle Remus” (arr. Ross Taylor and Don Plesnicar)

Albuquerque: Don Plesnicar, 1979

“An Old Garden”, No. 1 from New England Idylls, Op. 62 (arr. Arne Dich)

Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1902

Mineola: Dover Publications

Arranged in 5 parts with very flexible instrumentation, including using the standard woodwind quintet scoring. Intended, though for any combination of strings and winds. Originally written for piano. Piano score and parts are available for free download from the International Music Score Library Project, at http://imslp.org/wiki/New_England_Idyls,_Op.62_(MacDowell,_Edward) .

In Passing Moods (arr. Gordon Lewin) for double woodwind quintet

From a set of ten pieces for piano of 1906. Movements: 1. Prologue (from Marionettes, Op. 38); 2. An Old Love Story (from Fireside Tales, Op. 61); 3. To A Wild Rose (from Woodland Sketches, Op. 51); 4. Alla Tarantella (from 12 Studies, Op.39).

Macero, Teo (Attilio Joseph) (1925-2008)

Pieces for Children

American Composers Alliance

Mach, Konstantin (1915-1996)

Blaserquintett (1969)

Macha, Otmar (1922-2006)

Music of Beautiful Roebucks, for wind quintet

Machado, Jean-Marie (1961- )

L’ecureuil volant, Suite No. 2

Editions Francois Dhalmann

Machala, Kazimierz (1948- )

American Folk Suite-Wind Quintet

Delaware Water Gap, Pa.: Shawnee Press, 1989

Recorded by the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet, 2013.

Celtic Scents (Suite No. 2) for woodwind quintet, guitar, and double bass

Theodore Presser Co.

Machajdík, Peter (1961- )

Hunimo (2004)

Duration: 10:00. See also: http://www.machajdik.de/ and http://hc.sk/en/hudba/osobnost-detail/222-peter-machajdik

Mačiliūnaitė, Rita (1985- )

The Subtle Form of Property (2007)

Duration: 9:00.

MacIlwham, George (1926- )

Jamaican Rumba (1972) (arr. Arthur Benjamin)

unpublished, Scottish Music Centre

Duration: 2:00. See also:
http://www.scottishmusiccentre.com/members/george_macilwham/home/

Pastoral: No. 1 of Two Oriental Pieces, Version for Wind Quintet (1950)

unpublished, Scottish Music Centre

Duration: 4:00.

Pieces Orientales (1950)

unpublished, Scottish Music Centre

Duration: 7:00. Movements: Dance; Pastoral.

Scottish Dances (1968)

unpublished, Scottish Music Centre

Duration: 6:00.

Mackay, William

The Love of Life (1983)

Australian Music Centre, http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/

Mackey, Steven (1956- )

Quintet in Two Parts (1980)

New York: American Composers Alliance/

Margun Music, Inc.

Duration: 10:00. http://www.stevenmackey.com/ Commissioned by the New York State Council on the Arts for the Quintet of the Americas. See also: http://stevenmackey.com/

Steve Mackey is one of the few people who can combine his love for electric guitar and his love for classical music to create a unique sound. Although I have not performed his quintets, I have enjoyed performing with him on other works and recommend his music. Last I checked, he was a professor at Princeton. [Andrew Brandt]

Never Sing before Breakfast (1989)

Newton Centre, MA: Margun Music, 1990 /

New York: G. Schirmer

For piccolo doubling flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, and electronic tape. Includes instructions for performance. Duration: 14:21. Recorded by the Quintet of the Americas on Newport Classic, 1991.

The Attic which is Desire for woodwind quintet and SSA voices

London: Boosey & Hawkes, distributed by Hal Leonard.

Commissioned by the Young People’s Chorus of New York. Intended for young voices (but I’m not sure how young). See also: http://www.boosey.com/cr/sheet-music/Steven-Mackey-Attic-Which-Is-Desire/36646

Macklin, Cecil (1883-1944)

Très moutarde (Too Much Mustard) (1911) (probably arr. by Donald C. Horneff)

Delevan, N.Y.: Kendor Music Inc., 2001

Originally written for piano.

MacMillan, James (1959- )

Untold (1987/revised 1991)

London: Boosey & Hawkes

Recorded on BMG Catlayst 09026-61916-2. Flute doubles on piccolo, oboe doubles on English horn. Duration: 5:00. Recorded by members of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.

Two Movements for Wind Quintet (1987)

London: Boosey & Hawkes

Duration: 10:00. Premiered by a faculty ensemble at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.

also:

Two Visions of Hoy (1986) for woodwind quintet (solo oboe), cello and percussion

London: Boosey & Hawkes

The work is for solo oboe, accompanied by flute, clarinet, bassoon, horn, cello and percussion (4 rototoms, marimba, tam-tam, medium gong, and suspended cymbal). Duration: 9:00. Movements: 1. The Hermit’s Mountain Cave; 2. The Awakening of Sylvan Children..

According to the composer: “The titles of these two short movements come from George Mackay Brown’s poem Further than Hoy and my intention was to recreate my impressions of the poem musically. The first piece opens with stark and craggy outbursts and flurries. The oboe dominates but the other instruments clamour to interject with increasing force. The frantic nature of the music diminishes to a sustained chord on horn, bassoon and cello accompanied by an insistent, repetitive ‘ticking’ effect on the marimba. The upper wind instruments rise gradually on a mournful, lyrical phrase to their highest registers before the music subsides to an uneasy, ambiguous coda.
“The second piece begins with deep percussion sounds on which instrumental pitches are gradually layered. Gently surging, sustained notes and chords sweep the music upwards calmly before flute, marimba and oboe introduce a sprightlier, dance-like material. Loud, stark unison outbursts lead to a livelier, more emphatic ‘dance’ idea before everything is once again submerged in the opening tranquillity.”

Maconchy, Elizabeth (1907-1994)

Wind Quintet (1980)

London: Chester Music, Ltd.

Duration: 19:00. First performed by the Albion Ensemble.

MacRae, Stuart (1976- )

Joindre (2001)

London: Novello & Co.

Dedicated to the Haffner Wind Ensemble.

Macy, Carleton (1944- )

Twigs: A Serenade (1980)

American Music Center

Movements: Rapido; Sticks; Twigs; Branches; Tango; Seeds; Reprise. Duration: 12:49. Recorded by the Georgia Woodwind Quintet on Atlanta, GA: ACA Digital Recording, 1996.

Commentaries (1988)

New York: American Music Center

Duration: 17:00. Commissioned by the Southeastern Composers League and Symposium V for New Woodwind Quintet Music. Movements: Fantasy; Antique; The body politic; Elegy; You gotta swing, or, It takes the old to have the new.

Madden, John (1956- )

Quintet No. 3

London: Nova Music, 1984

Obviously not the football player and TV sports commentator.

Maddox, Richard Peter (1936- )

Wind Quintet, Op. 106 (2006)

Grosvenor Place, N.S.W.: Australian Music Centre

Duration: 12:10.

Mader, Jerry

Blaserquintett Nr. 3 (1973)

Manuscript.

Performed by the Wiener Blaserquintett.

Maderich, Robert J.

The Silkie: variations on a folk tune for woodwind quintet (1994)

Available from the composer?

Butchers Son Music

For flute/piccolo, English horn, clarinet, horn/hand drum, bassoon/finger cymbals. Computer printout. Duration: 5:30.

Maderna, Osmar

SEE Mariano Mores et al., Argentine Encores

Madsen, Trygve (1940- )

3 Gags, Op. 5

Oslo: NB noter (Contemporary Norwegian sheet music)

See Norwegian Music Information Centre http://www.mic.no/symfoni/kontakt.nsf/pub_e/per2000062811060791828793 .

Maedel, Rolf (1917-2000)

Sextett für Bläser for flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, bassoon, horn

manuscript

See Music Information Center Austria: http://www.mica.at/.

Maegaard, Jan (1926- )

Wind Quintet, Op. 11 (1951)

Kobenhavn: Engstrom & Sadring, 1998

Uses clarinet in A. Movements: Preludio; Tema con variazioni; Finale—Metamorfose.

Maessen, Antoon (1919-1997)

Quintetto a fiati (1982)

Amsterdam: Donemus

Duration: 10:00.

Maeyer, Jan De (1949- )

Quintetto, Op. 30b (1994)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM)

Duration: 13:00.

Magalif, Eugene(1957- )

Half Step Ragtime (Penguin) (2014)

Lancashire: Forton Music, 2015

Duration: 3:15.

Colibri: (Hummingbird) (2013)

Lancashire: Forton Music, 2014

Duration: 6:00. There are several other versions available with different orchestrations. See also: http://www.eugenemagalif.com/ .

Maganini, Quinto (1897-1974)

Berger et Bergere

New York: McGinnis & Marx

Canonico Espressivo

Fox-trot Burlesque on “Simple aveu”

New York: C. Fischer, 1932 /

New York: McGinnis & Marx

Reverie (arr. Harris)

New York: Carl Fischer

Optional part for bass clarinet instead of bassoon.

Simple Aveu

New York: Carl Fischer

Optional part for bass clarinet instead of bassoon.

Mägi, Ester (1922- )

Ostinato (1962)

Moskva: Izdatelstvo Muzyka, 1964

Duration: 5:00.

Mahaut, Antoine (ca. 1720-1785)

Menuetto con Variationi (arr. Roland Garscha)

See Niedernhausen, Germany: Noten Roehr

Mahle, Ernst (1929- )

Quinteto de Sopros (1974)

Centro de Documentacao de Musica Contemporanea CDMC-Brasil

Duration: 15:00. Recorded by the Quinteto Villa-Lobos.

also:

Maroquinhas Fru Fru (1974) for Woodwind Quintet, voices, string orchestra, percussion, Text by Maria Clara Machado

Centro de Documentacao de Musica Contemporanea CDMC-Brasil

Duration: 1:30.

A Moreninha (1979) for Woodwind Quintet, voices, string orchestra, percussion, text by Macedo, J. M. Ferreira

Centro de Documentacao de Musica Contemporanea CDMC-Brasil

Duration: 1:30.

Concerto para Quinteto de sopros e Cordas (1996) (Concerto for wind quintet and strings)

Centro de Documentacao de Musica Contemporanea CDMC-Brasil

Duration: 12:00.

Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911)
arrangements

3 Songs from Das Knaben Wunderhorn (arr. Trevor Cramer)

Trevco Music Publishing

Movements: Lob des hohen Verstandes (In Praise of Lofty Intellect) (duration: 2:23); Rheinlegenchen (Little Rhine Legend) (3:06); Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht? (Who Thought Up This Song?) (2:10).

Lovely arrangements of 3 Mahler songs. Before they were published by Trevco Music, the songs were distributed by photocopies shared between quintets, which is what our quintet used. See notes in the next entry.

In Search of Higher Understanding (Lob des hohen Verstandes, 1896) (arr. John Gibson)

JB Linear; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Work is based on a light work for baritone and orchestra, about a singing contest between a cuckoo and a nightingale, judged by a braying donkey. See original text and English translation at: http://www.recmusic.org/lieder/get_text.html?TextId=4526.

Mahoud, Parviz (1910-1996)

Quintette

Maidana, Jose Maria

SEE Velasco-Maidana, Jose Maria

Maijiering, Chiel (1954- )

Flying Buddhas for double woodwind quintet

Washington, DC: Library of Congress M957 .M47F5 1993

Maillot, Jean (1911- )

Partita No. 4 for Nine Players, Op. 42 for flute/piccolo, oboe, clarinet/bass clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, violin, bass and percussion.

See Arthur Cohn in “The Literature of Chamber Music&rdquo for description.

Mailman, Martin (1932-2000)

Woodwind Quintet

See also Wikipedia’s bio of the composer.

Originally noted in Sigma Alpha Iota’s Pan Pipes. There probably is a good chance that the article refers to Surfaces, listed next. [Andrew Brandt]

Surfaces for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 86 (1991)

Mairquez, Arturo (1950- )

Danza de Mediodia

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones Eldorado, 2000

Majcen, Igor (1952- )

In Nomine II

See http://www.dss.si/igor-majcen-en

The composer Igor Majcen should not be confused with the swimmer, Igor Majcen.

Kvintet za pihala (Woodwind Quintet)

Makan, Keeril (1972- )

Portal (2012)

New York: Project Schott; Lambhat Press: and European American Music Distributors, 2012.(Rental or loan?)

Also available from Schott (for purchase?)

Duration: 5:30. Commissioned by the Chamber Music Conference and Composers’ Forum of the East, Inc. See also: http://keerilmakan.com/.

Makris, Andreas (1930-2005)

Woodwind Quintet (1993)

San Antonio, Tex.: Southern Music Co., 1995

Described as a single-movement, sectionalized work of about 8 minutes. Richard Spittel says “…it is very listenable, even for ‘unsophisticated’ audiences. It contains recurring tutti rhythmic passages interspersed with mini cadenzas, and several section of folk-like tunes, but with time signatures such as 5/8 and 7/16.” See also: http://andreasmakris.instantencore.com/web/bio.aspx.

Malcolm, Bill (arranger)

Christmas Favorites (arr. Bill Malcolm)

TrevCo Music Publishing

Includes: A Burgundian Carol; O Come Little Children; Away in a Manger; The First Noel.

More Christmas Favorites, Vol. 2 (arr. Bill Malcolm)

TrevCo Music Publishing

Includes: Coventry Carol; Good King Wenceslas; Joy to the World; What Child is This; O Come All Ye Faithful.

Even More Christmas Favorites, Vol. 3 (arr. Bill Malcolm)

TrevCo Music Publishing

Includes: Joseph Dearest Joseph; In Dulci Jubilo; Fum Fum Fum, I Saw Three Ships; Ding Dong Ding.

Still More Christmas Favorites, Vol. 4 (arr. Bill Malcolm)

TrevCo Music Publishing

Includes: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen; Silent Night; Jingle Bells; Beautiful Savior; Deck the Halls.

Malcys, Arvydas (1957- )

Supper for Five (Woodwind Quintet No. 1) (1986)

Lithuanian Music Information Center, www.mic.lt

Duration: 14:00.

Ultimum refugium, Quintet No. 2 (1996)

Vilnius: Lietuvos muzikos informacijos ir leidybos centras, 2001

Lithuanian Music Information Center, www.mic.lt

Duration: 12:00.

Malek, Jan (1938- )

Cycle “The Seasons of the Year” for wind quintet: Wind Quintet No. 1 “Spring” (“Jarni”) (1980)

Praha: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Hudebni Informacni Stredisko http://www.musicbase.cz/

Duration: 12:00.

Wind Quintet No. 2 “Summer” (“Letni”) (1982)

Praha: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Hudebni Informacni Stredisko http://www.musicbase.cz/

Duration: 11:00.

Wind Quintet No. 3 “Autumn” (“Podzimni”) (1984)

Praha: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Hudebni Informacni Stredisko http://www.musicbase.cz/

Duration: 15:00.

Wind Quintet No. 4 “Winter” (“Zimni”) (1985)

Praha: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Hudebni Informacni Stredisko http://www.musicbase.cz/

Duration: 12:00. No. 4, “Winter” is apparently available in two versions, both woodwind quintets.

Malecki, Maciej (1940- )

Suita na kwintet dety (Suite for Wind Quintet) (1984)

Duration: 16:00. Recorded, 1997, on ISPV 182 CD ProViva by the Warsaw Wind Quintet Da Camera.

Maleta Cocina, Jorge

De Uno a Cinco

Photocopy of manuscript in the Indiana University Music Library, Bloomington. There are five movements: “Uno,” for 1 instrument (clarinet in B-flat); “Dos” for flute and Horn, “Tres” for reed trio, “Cuatro” for flute, oboe, bassoon, horn, and “Cinco” for full woodwind quintet.

Malherbe, Edmond Paul Henri (1870-1963)

Sextuor, Op. 31 for woodwind quintet and English horn.

Siegertshofen, Germany: Floricor Editions http://www.floricor-editions.com/

Manuscript at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia.

3 movements: Movements: Allegro moderato; Andantino; Presto. Duration: 16:00. The publisher describes this as a younger and smaller brother of Gounod’s Petite Symphonie. (Printing was still in production as of 10/28/2016.)

Malige, Fred (1895-1985)

Bläserquintett Nr. 2 (1970)

Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1975

4 Sätze

Malipiero, Gian Francesco (1882-1973)

Dialoghi IV, per 5 strumenti a perdifiato from 8 Dialoghi

Milano: Ricordi 1957

Duration: 9:00. The complete list of Dialogues (available as a complete set) is: 1. Con Manuel de Falla, for chamber orchestra, 2. Dialoghi, for two pianos, 3. Con Jacopone da todi, for high voice (Italian words) and two pianos, 4. Dialoghi, for wind quintet, 5. Dialoghi, viola concerto, 6. Dialoghi, harpsichord concerto, 7. Dialoghi, 2-piano concerto, 8. La morte di Socrate, for baritone (Italian text) and chamber orchestra.

Concerto III (for woodwind quintet and orchestra)

Milano: Ricordi

Malipiero, Riccardo (1914-2003)

Musica da Camera (1959)

Milano: Edizioni Suvini Zerboni, 1959

Duration: 11:00. 4 movements.

Malipiero uses an atonal, serial style, but Arthur Cohn in “The Literature of Chamber Music” says this music has “a sense of expanded tonality with quartal and ninth chords and the like.”

also:

Mosaico (1961) for woodwind quintet and string quintet

Malotte, Albert Hay (1895-1964)

The Lord’s Prayer (arr. John Moss)

New York, NY: G. Schirmer , Milwaukee, WI: Distributed by H. Leonard, 1996

Duration: 4:00. See composer’s entry on Wikipedia.

Malovec, Jozef (1933-1998)

Tri Invencie pre dychove kvinteto (3 Inventions for wind quintet)

Bratislava: Slovensky Hudobny Fond, 1985

Movements: Allegro, un poco rubato; Andante con moto; Vivo. Duration: 15:00. See also: http://hc.sk/en/hudba/osobnost-detail/983-jozef-malovec

Divertimento for wind quintet (1976)

Bratislava: Slovensky Hudobny Fond

Movements: Prelude; Burlesque; Valse triste. Duration: 8:00,

Malovec, Pavol (1957- )

Hommage per quintetto strumenti a fiati (1988)

Duration: 13:00. See http://hc.sk/en/hudba/osobnost-detail/505-pavol-malovec

Malyj, Katherine (1959- )

Quintet for Winds (1989)

American Music Center

Duration: 10:00.

Mameli, Goffredo (1827-1849)

Inno d’Italia (or “Il Canto degli Italiani”, The Italian National Anthem) (arr. Marcello Favoino)

Published by the arranger.

Available on Scribd http://www.scribd.com/ . Actually, the music was written by Michele Novaro and the words were by Mameli.

Mamiya, Michio (1929- )

Three Movements for wind quintet (1962)

Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomo Sha, 1963

Issued along with score for Quartet for shakuhachi, sangen, and 2 kotos. Recorded by the Aulos Quintet.

Mamlok, Ursula (1928- )

Naughty Nancy (1945)

Manuscript

Quintet for Wind Instruments (1956)

American Music Center /

New York: American Composers Alliance, 1957

Berlin: Bote & Bock and Boosey & Hawkes,

Duration: 16:00. Flute doubles on piccolo. See also: http://www.ursulamamlok.com/.

Festive Sounds, a Concertino for Wind Quintet (1978)

New York, N.Y.: C.F. Peters, 1978

Received the “Inter-American Music Award” of Sigma Alpha Iota. Duration: 18:00.

also:

Concertino for wind quintet, string orchestra, and percussion (1987)

New York: C. F. Peters (rental)

Duration: 13:34.

Mancini, Henry (1924-1994)

Pink Panther (arr. James Christensen)

Delevan, NY: Kendor Music

Mandelbaum, Joel (1932- )

Quintet for Wind Instruments

New York, 1958

also:

Xenophony No. 2 (1979) for woodwind quintet, violin, cello, bass and organ

Mandic, Josip (1883-1959)

Quintett

Wien: Universal Edition, 1933

Manen, Willem van (1940- )

Droof: for wind quintet (1995)

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1995

Duration: 12:00.

Manevich (or Manievitch), Aleksandr (1908-1976)

Noktiurn i Skertso (Nocturne and Scherzo)

Leningrad (now St. Petersburg): Sovetskii Kompozitor, 1960 /

Tel Aviv: Israel Music Institute

Duration: 8:00.

Quintet

London: Leeds Music Ltd., 1959

Mangold, Carl Ludwig Amand (1813-1889)

Serenade (arr. Vogel)

Accolade Musikverlag

Mangold, Wilhelm (1796-1875)

Quintett D-Dur, Nr. 2

Mainz: B. Schott’s Sohne

Maniet, Rene (1920- )

Quintette No. 1

Bruxelles: J. Maurer, 1959

Mann, Leslie D. (1923-1977)

Four Studies in the Blues Idiom, Op. 23 (1969)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre

Duration: 13:00. Uses English horn instead of oboe. Movements: I. Genesis blues, II. Sunny-day blues, III. Optin’ out blues, IV. Lonely road blues.

Wind Quintet, Op. 19 (1961)

Toronto: Canadian Music Center

For flute, English horn, clarinet, horn, and bassoon. Duration: 22:00. Movements: I. Larghetto, II. Vivace.

Manneke, Daan (or Daniel) (1939- )

Walking in Fogpatches (1971)

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1972

Flute doubles on piccolo, oboe possibly doubles on oboe d’amore; clarinet doubles on bass clarinet. Duration: 7:00. See also: http://www.daanmanneke.nl/

Arthur Cohn in “The Literature of Chamber Music” describes this work as “Harsh, dry and atonally pinched…” with “no metrical definition” and with some free-chance sections.

Archipel VII and Gran Partita, Homage à César Franck for double woodwind quintet and double bass

Amsterdam: Donemus, 2003

Mannino, Franco (1924-2005)

Mini Quintett, Op. 74.

Milano: Edizioni Curci 1973

Manookian, Jeff (1953- )

Woodwind Quintet (2006)

Windsor Editions, 2006

4 movements: Moderato; Scherzoso; Teneramente; Energico. Recording, score and parts available for download from the International Music Score Library Project: http://imslp.org/wiki/Woodwind_Quintet_(Manookian,_Jeff) .

Mansurian, Tigran (also spelled Mansuryan) (1939- )

Wind Quintet (1974)

A Lebanese-born Armenian composer, his principal publishers include Ricordi, Sikorski and AMP. See also: http://tigranmansurian.com/ .

Mantione, Philip

Draw (1995)

Los Angeles, Calif.: P. Mantione, 1995

See also: http://www.philipmantione.com/ .

Manzoni, Giacomo (1932- )

Epodo (1976)

Milano: Ricordi, 1977 /

London: Boosey & Hawkes

“Symbols and performance notes” in Italian, English and German. Duration: 6:00.

also:

Opus 50 (daunium) (1984) for flute/piccolo, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, percussion, 2 violin, viola, violoncello, double bass.

Maragno, Virtu (1928-2004)

Divertimento (1952)

Duration: 12:00. Movements: Allegro pastoral; Andantino mosso; Largo-larghetto; Presto.

Marais, Marin (1656-1728)

Le Basque (arr. Adam Lesnick)

Richmond, Virginia: International Opus

Woodwind and Brass Quintet versions of this work feature the Horn (it was used as an encore piece by Dennis Brain). There is also a woodwind quartet version (without horn) which features the flute. The original work was scored for viola da gamba and continuo.

Mařatka, Kryštof (1972- )

Hypnozy (Hypnoses) for Wind Quintet

Hudebni Informacni Stredisko http://www.musicbase.cz/

Wind Quintet

Hudebni Informacni Stredisko http://www.musicbase.cz/

Marbe, Myriam (1931-1997)

Des-Cantec (1985)

also:

“An die Sonne” (1986) for voice and woodwind quintet

Marcel, Luc (1962- )

L’illusionniste

Montreal: Canadian Music Centre

Marcellino, Raffaele (also listed as Ray Marcellino) (1964- )

Three Pieces (1983)

Grosvenor Place, N.S.W.: Australian Music Centre 1999

See also: www.marcellino.com.au

Masquerade (1986)

Grosvenor Place, N.S.W.: Australian Music Centre 1999

Duration: 15:00. Flute doubles on piccolo, clarinet doubles bass clarinet.

Marcello, Benedetto (1686-1739)

Sonata for Bassoon and Winds (arr. David Marlatt)

Eighth Note Publications; see also http://www.windmusicsales.com/

A display piece for the bassoonist; originally for cello and strings.

Marchetti, Federico (1983- )

Quintetto

Ancona, Italy: Bèrben Edizioni Musicali, http://www.berben.it/

Marcianò, Sergio (1922-2006)

Quintetto

Ancona, Italy: Berben Edizioni Musicali http://www.berben.it/

Marckhl, Erich (1902-1980)

Sonate für Bläserquintett.

Wien: Verlag Doblinger, 1968

Duration: 15:40. 3 movements.

also:

Sextett (for woodwind quintet and bass clarinet)

Marco, Tomás(1942- )

Kukulcán (1969-1972)

Celle: Edition Moeck, 1972

Duration: 10:00.

Espejo velado, for double wind quintet (1982)

Marconi, Luciano

Introduzione e Fuga

Milano: Edizioni Curci, 1974

Marcussen, Kjell (1952- )

5 x, for Wind Quintet (1981/86)

Oslo: NB noter (Contemporary Norwegian sheet music)

Duration: 11:00. See Norwegian Music Information Centre http://www.notam.uio.no/nmi/index.html .

Maréchal, Henri (1842-1924)

Air du guet, Provençal theme attributed to King René (1409-1480) (1920)

Paris: Heugel, 1920 /

TrevCo Music Publishing

Score and parts of the Heugel edition are now available for download from the International Music Score Library Project, http://imslp.org/wiki/Air_de_guet_(Mar%C3%A9chal,_Henri)

Marez Oyens, Gerrit de (1922-2013)

Spel (1972)

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1972

Duration: 4:00. He was also married to composer Tera de Marez Oyens.

Marez Oyens, Tera de (1932-1996)

2 Sketches for Wind Quintet (1963)

Amsterdam: Donemus 1963

Composer was married to Gerrit de Marez Oyens. See also: http://www.terademarezoyens.nl/nl/ .

also:

Octet (1972) for woodwind quintet, second flute, trumpet, trombone

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1974

Mari, Pierette (1929- )

Wind Quintet (1965)

Maria, Antonio (1943- ), Silva, Ismael (1905-1978) & Noel Rose

Valsa de Uma Didade & Conversa de Botequim (arr. Isaias Ferreira)

Lake Worth, FL: Trevco Music Publishing

Arrangements of sambas?

Mariatti, Franco

Ouverture Breve

Milano: Edizioni Curci

Maric, Ljubica (1909-2003)

Quintett (1931)

Kassel: Furore Verlag 1998

Duration: 12:00.

In a review in the Glasgow Herald in 1933, the work was described: “… one of the most interesting, and certainly one of the soundest pieces of music that the festival (ISCM) has so far produced, for all it was written by Ljubica Maric, a young woman of 24… Her Wind Quintet left one wondering what the future held for such remarkable musical gifts. The expression was always individual, and the handling of the instruments original, without once becoming mannered, or insecure. Applause was most enthusiastic….”

Marie, Jean Gabriel (1852-1928)

Berceuse (arr. Harris)

New York: Carl Fischer, 1970

Optional bass clarinet part to replace bassoon.

La Cinquantaine (incorrectly attributed to Marie Gabriel)

Salem, CT: Cimarron Music Press cimarronmusic.com

The title refers to “over 50” but there are conflicting accounts over whether it refers to a 50th birthday or an anniversary. Written for a Monsieur E. Binon. [Andrew Brandt]

Marik, Antonin F. (1921- )

Co mi povidaly hudebni nastroje (What I Say) for woodwind quintet and narrator (1976)

Kocka, ktera chodila sama (Cats, which went alone) melodrama for woodwind quintet and narrator (1976)

Sykorka (Titmouse) Hudba z melodramu “Devcatko a vitr”. Narrator and woodwind quintet (1977)

Flute doubles on piccolo.

Marín García, Luis Ignacio (1955- )

Quinteto de Viento No. 1 (1981)

CGC Producciones

PDFs of the parts are available from the composer under the Creative Commons license, at: http://imslp.org/wiki/Quinteto_de_viento_No.1_(Mar%C3%ADn_Garc%C3%ADa,_Luis_Ignacio) . Duration: 12:00.

Quinteto de Viento No. 2 (1999)

Duration: 15:00.

Marinov, Ivan (1928-2003)

Grandpa’s Glove Suite (1951)

See also: http://www.ubc-bg.com/en/composer/94 .

Markovic, Adalbert (1929-2010)

Carnival-Suite (1956)

Manuscript: Muzicki Informativni Centar, Zabreb

Wind Quintet (1958)

Manuscript: Muzicki Informativni Centar, Zabreb

4 Haikua (4 Haiku)

Zagreb: DSH-Ars Croatica, 1987

Serbo-Croatian (roman) and English translations of the poems included in captions.

Moments Musicaux, cetiri minijature za duhacki kvintet (Moments Musicale, 4 miniatures for woodwind quintet) (1966)

Zagreb, 1972

Markowski, Andrzej (1924-1986)

Bläserquintett (1952)

Marlatt, David arranger

O Come, O Come Emanuel

Eighth Note Publications; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

13th century Christmas tune.

The Holly and the Ivy (arr. David Marlatt)

Eighth Note Publications; see also http://www.windmusicsales.com/

Steal Away (arr. David Marlatt)

Eighth Note Publications; see also http://www.windmusicsales.com/

Based on the spiritual; Duration: 2:10.

Maros, Miklós (1943- )

Quintet No. 1 (1962)

Stockholm: STIMS Informationscentral for Svensk Musik

Blaserquintett Nr.2 1980

Stockholm: Svensk Musik

Duration: 11:00.

Composer is son of Rudolf Maros.

Sextet (2014) for woodwind quintet and alto sax

Svensk Music (SMIC)

You can download a study copy of the score in PDF from: http://www.mic.se/avd/mic/prod/micpdf.nsf/dl/GB10292f1.pdf/$file/GB10292f1.pdf

Maros, Rudolf (1917-1982)

I Fuvosoetoes (Wind Quintet No. 1) (1961-62)

Stockholm: Svensk Musik, 1960?

Musica Leggiera (1956) (Light Music)

Boosey & Hawkes / Westbury, NY: Pro Art Publications /

Budapest: Editio Musica Budapesta 1958/Budapest: Zenem?ukiado Vallalat, 1965 1958

Movements: Preludio; Notturno; Scherzino; Aira; Postludio. See Arthur Cohn in “The Literature of Chamber Music” for a brief description.

Consort (1970)

Budapest: Editio Musica Budapesta, 1975 /

San Antonio, Texas: Southern Music Publishing

Marsh, Seth

Quintasia

Sound the Trumpets, http://www.soundthetrumpets.com/

For student quintets.

Marsh-Edwards, Michael (1928- )

Peter Goldberg Variations, Op. 34 (1995)

British Music Information Center, http://www.bmic.co.uk/

Duration: 14:00.

Marshall, James Robert (1949- )

Wind Quintet

American Music Center

Marshall, Pamela J. (1954- )

Nautilus (1977, rev. 1979)

New York: Seesaw Music Corp./

Spindrift Music Company, http://www.spindrift.com/CatalogPages/nautilus.html

See also: http://www.spindrift.com/.

Elements for woodwind quintet or mixed chamber ensemble

United States: P.J. Marshall], 1998

The flute, clarinet and oboe parts may be replaced by violin, horn or viola, respectively.

Marsik, Josef

Czech Polka Medley for woodwind quintet with optional drums and 2-part vocal (arr. Joel Blahnik)

Sinsinawa, Wisconsin: Alliance Publications, Inc.

Available from http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/ but is erroneously listed under Johann Sebastian Bach, which is probably the most inexplicable typo of the century. [Andrew Brandt]

Marson, (John?)

3 Inventions

See http://www.juneemerson.co.uk/

Composer is probably harpist John Marson (1932-2007)

Marson, Laurel Rose (1952- )

Chrysanthemums (1975) for voice and woodwind quintet

T. S. Eliot (1975) for voice and woodwind quintet

I have a terrible cold (1975) for voice and woodwind quintet

Composer lived in Akron, Ohio.

Martelli, Henri (1895-1980)

Quintette No. 1 (1948)

Wind Quintet (1974)

Marti, Heinz (1934- )

Madrigali (1971)

Hug & Co. Musikverlage

Duration: 14:00.

Martin, Carroll F.

Prestissimo

London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1940

It is possible this is an errant listing for Frank Martin’s Prestissimo below.

Martin, Frank (1890-1974)

Prestissimo (arr?)

Melville, New York: Belwin-Mills Music

Martin, Joseph M. (1959- )

Song of the Spirit for SATB Chorus, piano and woodwind quintet

Harold Flammer Music

It’s unclear whether the quintet replaces the piano part or “enhances” it. Intended for Pentecost or Unity Sunday.

Martin, Robert (1952- )

Wind Quintet No. 1 (Left Behind) (1971)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 13:45. 3 movements. See http://www.presser.com/ for sample score. This composer should not to be confused with Robert (Bobby) Martin.

Wind Quintet No. 2 (Variations) (1975)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 9:30. 1 movement. See http://www.presser.com/ for sample score.

Wind Quintet No. 3 (Waldstein) (1980)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 11:30. 3 movements. See http://www.presser.com/ for sample score.

Wind Quintet No. 4 (From the Desert) (1980)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 10:45. 3 movements: Variations; Scherzo; Lament.

Wind Quintet No. 5 (Anza Borrego) (1999)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 12:30. 2 movements. View the first 8 pages of the score online: http://www.presser.com/marketing/newissue/14_05/14440594_Martin_Wind_Quintet_5_sample.pdf.

Wind Quintet No. 6 (Postcards from Kyoto) (2001)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 9:30. 6 movements. See sample score:
http://www.presser.com/marketing/newissue/14_05/14440595_Martin_Wind_Quintet_6_sample.pdf.

Wind Quintet No. 7 (2 Chords and a Melody) (2005)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 16:30. View the first 8 pages of the score at: http://www.presser.com/marketing/newissue/14_05/14440595_Martin_Wind_Quintet_6_sample.pdf .

Wind Quintet No. 8 (Weeping Breezes) (2006)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 13:30. 3 movements. See http://www.presser.com/ for sample score.

Wind Quintet No. 9 (Arcadia) (2008)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 15:00. 3 movements. See sample score:
http://www.presser.com/marketing/newissue/14_05/14440598_Martin_Wind_Quintet_9_sample.pdf.

Wind Quintet No. 10 (Three Sonatas) (2011)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 16:30. See sample score:
http://www.presser.com/marketing/newissue/14_05/14440599_Martin_Wind_Quintet_10_sample.pdf .

Martinček van Grob, Peter (1962- )

Wind Quintet (1983)

Music Center Slovakia, http://hc.sk/en/

Duration: 15:00. See also: http://hc.sk/en/hudba/osobnost-detail/45-peter-martincek-van-grob

Martino, Donald (1931-2005)

Concerto for Wind Quintet (1964)

U.S.: Ione Press, Sole selling agents, E.C. Schirmer, 1970 /

Newton, MA: Dantalian, 1998

This is not a concerto with orchestra (or other ensemble), but a quintet work. Recorded CRI 230. Duration: 16:09.

Barbera Secrist-Schmides explains that this work’s solos “are elegantly contoured lines of cadenza-like scope emerging out of denser patches, only to be consumed within the next polyphonic block.”
Arthur Cohn says that the “influence of Elliott Carter pervades the piece…”

Three Christmas Carols

Shawnee Press, 1985

Includes an unusual but fun “Jingle Bells” which alternates between 2/4 and 6/8 and 3/4; also includes “What Child is This?” and “The Wassail Song” [Andrew Brandt]

Martinon, Jean Francisque Etienne (1910-1976)

Domenon, ou, Musique pour Quintette à Vent, Op. 21 (1939)

Paris: Billaudot, 1969 / Paris: Editions M.R. Braun, 1969

Arthur Cohn says this is “richly voiced, beautifully chorded…” and “romantically timbred…”, but “linked to French classicism.”

Martins, Maria de Lourdes

SEE Lourdes Martins, Maria de

Martinsson, Rolf (1956- )

Blaskvintett, Op. 17 (1986)

Stockholm: Svensk Musik

Duration: 7:30.

Suite for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 98 (or 198?)

Carl Gehrmans Musikforlag

Monogram, Op. 30 for tuba and woodwind quintet

Svensk Music (SMIC)

Movements: 1. Preludium; 2. Allemande; 3. Courante; 4. Sarabande 1; 5. Musette; 6. Rigaudon; 7. Menuett; 8. Sarabande 2; 9. Cadenza; 10. Gigue. Duration: 22:00. Premiered by Sven-Olof Juvas with the Mälarkvintetten.

Martinu, Bohuslav (1890-1959)

Merry Christmas 1941 (arr. Roger Ruggeri)

Copyright 1989 Hope Castagnola and Roger Ruggeri.

also:

Nonette en fa majeur, H. 374 (1959) for woodwind quintet and violin, viola, cello, and bass

Also listed as Nonet No. 2, H. 374. The cover states that it was printed in Czechoslovakia, but does not give a publisher’s name. Score and parts available from download in Canada from the International Music Score Library Project, http://imslp.org/wiki/Nonet_No.2,_H.374_(Martin%C5%AF,_Bohuslav)

Nonette No. 1, H. 144 (1924-25) for woodwind quintet and violin, viola, cello and piano

Márton, István (or Marton, Ishtvan)(1924-1996)

Wind Quintet

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, http://www.phylloscopus.co.uk/

Movements: I. Introduction; II. Allegro scherzando; III. Ritornell; IV. Andante con moto; V. Ritornell; VI. Finale.

Marttinen, Tauno (1912-2008)

Suite for Wind Quintet from the opera Faaraon kirje (The Pharaoh’s Letter), Op. 241 (1982)

Helsinki: Suomalaisen musilikin tiedotuskeskus – Finnish Music Information Centre

Movements: 1. Introitus, 2. Andante, 3. Allegretto, 4. Andantino, 5. Moderato, 6. Larghetto.

Der Busenfreund, Op. 129 (1977) for bass voice and woodwind quintet

Helsinki: Music Finland http://musicfinland.fi/en/

Duration: 10:00. German Lyrics by Wilhelm Busch.

Eskos trinklied, Op. 128a (1977) for bass voice and woodwind quintet

Helsinki: Music Finland http://musicfinland.fi/en/

Duration: 6:00. German lyrics by Kivi Aleksis.

4 Nonets (for woodwind quintet and violin, viola, cello, bass) (1963, 1968, 1973 and 1985)

Helsinki: Suomalaisen musiikin tiedotuskeskus (Helsinki: Music Finland http://musicfinland.fi/en/)

Nonett I, Op. 19 (1963)

Nonett II, Op. 41/2 (1968)

Nonetto III, Op. 79 (1973)

Nonet IV, Op. 248 (1948)

Maruta, Shozo (1928 or 1938- )

Divertissement für Bläser-Quintett (1959)

Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomo Sha, 1965

Marvia, Einari (1915-1997)

Quintet, Op. 8 (1945)

Helsinki: Fazer AB

Quintet is a revision of an earlier Wind Quartet written in 1936.

Marx, Karl (1897-1985)

Bläserquintett über Gesänge aus der Südsee, Op. 69 (1973)

Obviously not the political theorist, Marx.

Mascagni, Pietro (1863-1945)

“Intermezzo” from Cavalleria Rusticana (arr. Adam Lesnick)

Richmond, Virginia: International Opus, 1995

Lovely arrangement of the symphonic interlude from the opera. Pairs well with Lesnick’s arrangements for his Puccini Album (see Puccini). [Andrew Brandt]

“Intermezzo” from Cavalleria Rusticana (arr. Ray Thompson)

Published by the arranger

Arranged in 2012, the score and parts are available under a Creative Commons license from the International Music Score Library Project, http://imslp.org/wiki/Cavalleria_rusticana_(Mascagni,_Pietro)

“Intermezzo” from Cavalleria Rusticana (arr. Frank Jordan)

Reynard Music Publications, http://reynard.dpwww.co.uk/

“Intermezzo” from Cavalleria Rusticana (arr. David Bussic) for double woodwind quintet

Tempe, Arizona: Whichpond Music, 2011

Mašek, Vincenc Vačlav (1755-1831)

Allegretto con Variazioni for flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, bassoon, 2 horns

Maske, Dan (1971- )

The Uncharted (1997)

Duration: 7:00. Premiere: May 9, 1997, Graduate Composition Recital, Univ. Wisconsin. See also http://danielmaske.com/.

Maslanka, David (1943- )

Quintet No. 1 (1984)

Carl Fischer facsimile edition, 1996

or available from the composer on his website, http://www.davidmaslanka.com/ .

Duration: 20:00. See also: http://www.davidmaslanka.com/ . Recordings of these quintets are available on the website.

One of the movements of Quintet No. 1 includes clarinet reed and mouthpiece, with the pitch changed by inserting a finger into the bottom of the mouthpiece. All of Maslanka’s works have challenging parts. Some movements use repetitive patterns in the style of minimalism. Different.

Quintet No. 2 (1986)

Carl Fischer facsimile edition, 1996

Duration: 22:00. Both Quintets #1 and #2 are recorded by the Missouri Wind Quintet on Cambria Master Recordings (Box 374, Lomita, CA 90717). They are also recorded by the Manhattan Wind Quintet.

I’ve performed both the 1st and 2nd quintets. Our quintet’s consensus was that Quintet No. 2 is the better one, but both are well crafted and original. Excellent pieces for both performers and audience. Both quintets are very challenging technically, especially for the clarinet, but the oboe generally gets the best solos! [Andrew Brandt]

Quintet No. 3 (1999)

Carl Fischer facsimile edition, 1996,

or available from the composer: http://davidmaslanka.com/

Duration: 27:00.

A much newer quintet than numbers 1 & 2, but the compositional style hasn’t changed a lot. A quick reading reveals lots of extreme technical challenges and the movements seem even longer (and repetitious) than those of the first two quintets. For what it’s worth, a quick consensus in our quintet is that it doesn’t seem as attractive as the first two, but we never had the opportunity to tackle the work. [Andrew Brandt]

Quintet for Winds No. 4 (2008)

David Maslanka Press http://davidmaslanka.com/

See website for recording and sample score, too. Duration: 20:00.

Three movements. A single listening from the website confirms Maslanka’s ability to switch quickly from lyrical to high-energy virtuosic writing, although the second movement is unusually pensive and quiet. Sounds like it requires a professional quintet to pull it off. [Andrew Brandt]

Mason, Daniel Gregory (1873-1953)

Divertimento, Op.26b (1926)

New York: Witmark, 1936

Duration: 14:00 2 movements.

A lyric, fully-tonal work, well-crafted. Also see Arthur Cohn in “The Literature of Chamber Music&rdquo for a brief description. [Andrew Brandt]

Mason, Lowell (1792-1872)

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (arr. James Gilbert)

James Gilbert Music; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Mas Quiles, Juan Vicente (1921- )

Danza de los Oficios, Windquintet

Molenaar Edition

Duration: 3:00.

Massenet, Jules Emile (1842-1912)

“Instant Charmant” from Manon (1884) (arr. Richard Price)

Available from Richard Price, 75 Loughlin Ave., Cos Cob, CT 06807 USA, 203/629-2498.

Features English horn.

Massimo, Leone (1896-1979)

Müsik für Bläserquintett (1955)

The composer is most likely Prince Leone Massimo, although it’s hard to find anything other than geneological info on him online.

Massis, Amable (1893-1980)

Theme et Variations pour quintette à vent

Paris: Pierre Noel, 1955 / Paris: Billaudot Editions Musicales

Masson, Paul-Marie (1882-1954)

Suite Pastorale

Mastalir, Jaroslav (1906-1988)

1. Bläserquintett, Op. 15 (1933)

2. Bläserquintett, Op. 37 (1941)

3. Bläserquintett, Op. 41 (1943)

Sonatina (nonet) (1975) for flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns.

Matamoros, Gustavo (1957- )

El Circo for woodwind quintet, bass clarinet and double bass

Matarazzo, J.

Quintet

Orinda, Cal.: Camara Music Publishers

J. Matarazzo is probably Joseph J. Matarazzo, who also wrote under the name Joe Matt (1935-2013) of Philadelphia.

Matasovsky, Anton (1925-2013)

7 Tanze für Bläserquintett, Op. 59 (2004)

Slovak born composer who moved to Vienna, Austria. see also: www.mica.at/composerdb/.

4 Momente mit Blaserquintett, Op. 105

also:

El Schaddai, Vocal Fugue für Chor und Bläserquintett, Op. 23

Matatola, Leevi

Evening Star (arr. by Carol Richter)

Manuscript only

Matchett, Steve

Wind Quintet No. 1 (2008)

Houston, TX: Gulf Wind Music Press.

Movements: I. Prelude and Interactions; II. Reminiscences; III. Rondo. Duration: 23:15. Written for the Scirocco Winds. See http://www.gulfwindmusic.com/windquintet1.html . See recording at New Music USA.

Matej, Josef (1922-1992)

Bläserquintett (1949)

Bläserquintett (1956)

Praha: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Duration: 10:00.

Mateju, Zbynek (1958- )

Divny den (A Strange Day) for Wind Quintet (1982)

Praha: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Duration: 11:00. Flutist plays piccolo.

Ma-tse-Chung

Quintet (1934)

Peking (Beijing)

Mather, Bruce (1939- )

Eine Kleine Bläsermusick (1975)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre

Duration: 9:00. Commissioned by the Ayorama quintet through the Canada Council.

also:

Piano Concerto for piano, woodwind quintet, and string quartet (1958)

Mathias, William (James) (1934-1992)

Quintet, Op. 22 (1963)

London: Oxford University Press, 1976

Duration: 16:00. Movements: Introduction and March; Waltz; Scherzo; Elegy; Recitative and Dance.Recorded by the Westwood Wind Quintet for Crystal Records (CD). Commissioned by the BBC and first performed by the Dennis Brain Wind Quintet in 1963.

Matoušek, Lukáš (1943- )

Wind Quintet (1987)

Duration: 9:00.See also http://www.musica.cz/matousekl/index.html .

Matsudaira, Yori-Aki (1931- )

Parallax (1963) for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone

Composer is son of Yoritsune, listed next. See also: http://www.komp.jp/yoriaki_e.html .

Matsudaira, Yoritsune (1907-2001)

Dialogue Choreagraphique (Dialogo coreografico)(1967) for woodwind quintet, harp, 2 pianos, percussion

Matsumura, Tom

To God be the Glory, a hymn setting for five-part woodwind ensemble

Nashville, Tenn.: Broadman Press, 1985

Alternate parts: clarinet 2 (for oboe), alto saxophone (for horn), tenor saxophone (for horn), and bass clarinet (for bassoon)

Matthes, Rene (1897-1967)

Scherzi e Notturni (1959)

self published

Duration: 12:00

Mattheson, Johann (1681-1764)

Gigue (arr. Eberhard Ramm)

Bellingham, WA: Medici Music Press, 1985

Originally for harpsichord. Suites, harpsichord, no.10.

Matthews, Colin (1946- )

Five Concertinos for Wind Quintet (1990)

London: Faber Music, 1997

Alto flute doubles on piccolo, E-flat clarinet doubles on bass clarinet. Movements: Quasi Improvisando; Molto vivo; Molto meccanico; Calmo; Agitato. Recorded by the Haffner Wind Ensemble. Duration: 11:00.

also:

To Compose Without the Least Knowledge of Music (1991) for woodwind quintet and bass clarinet

London: Faber Music

Duration: 10:00. A realization of A Musical Dice game ascribed to Mozart.

Suns Dance for piccolo, oboe, bass clarinet, contrabassoon, horn, string quartet and double bass (1985)

London: Faber Music

Commissioned by the London Sinfonietta. Duration: 17:00. Composer is brother to David Matthews, below.

Matthews, David (1943- )

5 Concertinos for Wind Quintet (1990)

Composer is brother to Colin Matthews, above.

Matthews, Denis (1919-1988)

Partita

Matthews, Michael (1950- )

Away, Tear Away (2003) for woodwind quintet and electroacoustic sounds (on CD)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre

Commissioned and premiered by the Mexico City Woodwind Quintet. The title was inspired by a fragment of the poem Spell Against Sorrow, by British poet Kathleen Raine (1908-2003). See http://www.michaelmatthews.net/.

El Viento Helado (2007)

Available from the composer (see website above)

Duration: 13:00. Title taken from a poem by Antonio Machado.

Matthias, Mathew (1934- )

Quintet, Op. 22

Oxford University Press

Mattie-Klickman (?)

Victoria Gavotte

There’s a possibility that this is an arrangement of Carl Bohm’s “Victoria Gavotte” from his Salon-Kompositionen, Op. 327, No. 10, which might explain the hyphenated names, possibly arrangers. [Andrew Brandt]

Maturana, Eduardo (1920-2003)

Quinteto (1960)

Santiago: Universidad de Chile, Instituto de Extension Musical

Matys, Jiri (1927- )

Bläserquintett, Op. 10 (1950)

http://www.musica.cz/matys/index.htm#Czech

Detske balety (Kinderballette, Children’s Ballet), Op. 26 (1959)

Prague: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Hudba pro dechovy kvintet [Music for Wind Quintet] (1969/1970)

Praha: Panton, 1974 / Prague: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

It appears this is also sold under the title, “Three Movements for Winds.” The first movement is for flute, clarinet and bassoon; the second for oboe, clarinet and bassoon; the third for flute, oboe, and horn. Duration: 10:00.

Suite for Wind Ouintet (1984)

Prague: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation), 1988

4 Movements: Moderato; Vivo; Allegro moderato; Vivo energico. Duration: 12:00.

Matz, Rudolf (1901-1988)

Pet stavaka: za duhacki kvintet (Five Pieces for woodwind quintet)

Zagreb: Drustvo Hrvatskih Skladatelja, 1972, Series: Ars Croatica /

Praha: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Composer is Croatian.

Mauldin, Michael (1947- )

Etude in Phrygian Mode (1969)

A prize-winning student composition. See http://www.mmauldin.com/

Canyon Light, four scenes for woodwind quintet (1989)

Available from the composer http://www.mmauldin.com/

Movements: Morning prayers; River music; Shimmering heat; Sunset.

Aki’s Story for Narrator and Woodwind Quintet (1994)

Commissioned by the Albuquerque Wind Quintet, with a story by
Penny Raife Durant. Duration: 15:00.

Maury, Lowndes (1911-1975)

Quintet for woodwinds (1983) for flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, horn

New York: American Music Center.

Three Essays in Style

New York: American Music Center

Tom Thumb and the Giant

New York: American Music Center

Maxwell, Charles (1892-1962)

Two Dissertations

Quintet (1961)

Maxwell, James Beckwith (1968- )

pensare (2006)

See http://www.rubato-music.com/home/JBM_Home.html

Duration: 16:00. See http://www.rubato-music.com/.

According to the composer, “This piece was originally composed with the acoustics of the Vancouver Art Gallery Rotunda in mind. It is quite a reverberant space, with a curiously high level of low frequency noise …. There are many instances in which the instruments are intended to ‘chase’ their own decay, creating a sort of continuity of sound not obvious in the written score. … subsequent performances are best programmed in ‘lively’ acoustic spaces (though a similar, and quite interesting effect could be achieved in a dry space using amplification and digital or ‘sampled’ reverb).”

Maxwell, Michael(1920- )

Sinfonietta (1984, revised 1986) for double woodwind quintet

BMIC

Duration: 15:00. Do not confuse Michael Maxwell with Michael Maxwell Steer.

Mayer, John (1930-2004)

Kriti (1990) for woodwind quintet, percussion (tanpura) and piano

Leighton Buzzard, England: Lopes

Optional tanpura part is improvised. See also: www.jazzhouse.org/gone/lastpost2.php3?edit=1079642692

Mayer, William (1925- )

Yankee Doodle Fanfare

Ithaca, NY: Nichols Music Co., 2004

For brass or woodwind quintet. See also: http://williammayer-composer.com/.

also:

Essay for Brass and Winds for woodwind quintet, brass quintet, percussion

London: Boosey & Hawkes

Work includes solos for each of the 11 players. See audio excerpts at http://williammayer-composer.com/ .

Good King Wenceslaus for woodwind quintet, trumpet, trombone and piano

Theodore Presser

Based on an A. A. Milne fantasy. See http://williammayer-composer.com/ .

Mays, Walter A. (1941- )

Quintet

Mazellier, Jules (1879-1959)

Dix Fugues

Mazas, Jacques Féréol(1782-1849)

Mazas Suite (arr. John Cook)

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, http://www.phylloscopus.co.uk/

Arrangements of three violin etudes from Op. 36: Etude Nos. 3, 8 and 26.

Mazulis, Rytis (Mažulis)(1961- )

Non in Commotione (2010) for woodwind quintet and string quartet (2 violins, viola, cello)

Duration: 15:00. See also: http://www.mic.lt/en/classical/persons/info/99?ref=%2Fen%2Fclassical%2Fpersons%2F41 .

Mazurek, Ron (1943-2007)

Voices (1979)

New York, NY: Seesaw Music, 2003

McAlister, Clark (1946- )

The Lion and the Mouse (woodwind quintet and narrator)

Boca Raton, FL: Masters Music, 1996

Includes text by A. J. Wood.

Shepherd’s Christmas Music

Masters Music Publications, 1994

Very unusual arrangements of “Patapan”, “Fum, fum, fum”, “Coventry Carol” “Noel nouvelet!” “Silent Night” “Il est né, le devin Enfant”. A bit over-arranged for my taste – the cleverness of the arrangement overshadows the original carol. [Andrew Brandt]

In Dulci Jubilo (Christmas Chorale Preludes)

Boca Raton, FL: Masters Music

also:

Lou’s Mountain Bread for wind quintet, string quartet and double bass

Le Rideau rouge, prélude et petite chaconne, for wind quintet, string quartet and double bass

The Moon In The River, for woodwind quintet, string quartet and double bass

Agreste, for woodwind quintet, 2 violins, viola, cello and double bass

Bottom’s Dream for solo contrabassoon and wind nonet

Masters Music

The instrumentation is solo contrabassoon, 2 flutes (both doubling piccolo), oboe, English horn, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns.

Jeux d’Eté (1989) for double woodwind quintet

Maecenas Music, http://maecenasmusic.co.uk/

Second flute doubles on piccolo; 2nd oboe performs exclusively on English horn. May be out of print.

A Quilting Bee, Four Diversions on American Folk Songs (2002) for double woodwind quintet

Maecenas Music, http://maecenasmusic.co.uk/

Duration: 12:00. A video of the work is available on YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ypj71yQ6jw

McAllister, Bill

Six Easy Quintets

Blackwood, S. Australia: Kangaroo Music, 2003

Three Miniatures

Imagine Music; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

McAllister, Scott (1969- )

With Growing Wind and Tide

Duration: 11:15. See http://lydmusic.com/Lydmusic/About_Me.html .

McBride, Robert (1911-2007)

Cuatro Milpas (1941)

New York: American Composers Alliance, 1952

First performance was on a Latin American tour by the League of Composers Quintet. Duration: 3:00.Based on a Mexican folk song.

Fanfare for Young People (1971)

New York: American Composers Alliance, 1971

Duration: 2:00.

Five Winds Blowing (1957)

New York: American Composers Alliance /

New York: McGinnis & Marx

Duration: 8:30.

Home on the Range (1961)

Tucson, Ariz., R. McBride, 1962 /

New York: American Composers Alliance, 1992

Duration: 3:00.

Jam Session (1941)

New York: The Composers Press, 1944 /

Northbrook, Illinois: Opus Music Pub., Inc. /

Bryn Mawr: Elkan-Vogel

Duration: 3:00. “Won first place in the Composers press publication award contest for 1943.” First performance was on a Latin American tour by the League of Composers Quintet (5 composer/performers: David Van Vactor, flute, Alvin Etler, oboe; McBride on clarinet, Adolph Weiss, bassoon, and John Barrows, horn.

Arthur Cohn in “The Literature of Chamber Music” calls this “a fast-kinetic, jazz-banked, scherzo-type of piece.”

Mexican Dance (1962)

New York: American Composers Alliance

Duration: 3:00.

Pajarillo Barranquenno, Mexican folksong (1972)

Tucson, Ariz.: R. McBride, 1972 /

New York: American Composers Alliance, 1977

Duration: 1:00.

Rock ’em Cowboy (1961)

Tucson, Ariz.: Composers Facsimile Edition, 1962

New York: American Composers Alliance

Duration: 3:00.

Serenade to Country Music (1965)

New York: American Composers Alliance, 1965

Duration: 3:00.

McCabe, John (1939- )

Postcards (1991)

London: Novello, Bury St. Edmunds: Exclusive distributors, Music Sales Limited, [2003?], 1991.

Duration: 15:00. See http://www.johnmccabe.com/.

Symphony for 10 Wind Instruments (double woodwind quintet) (1964)

London: Novello

For 2 flutes (piccolo, alto flute), 2 oboes (English horn), 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns. Movements: Allegro; Lento; Vivo; Lento; Vivo; Lentol Duration: 18:00.

McCall, Brent (1940- )

Quintet (1969)

Duration: 8:45.

McCall, Harlo Edward (1909-1979)

Two Tunes from Mother Goose

San Antonio: Southern Music, 1958 /

Cincinnati: Andraud 1939

Includes Three blind mice go modern; Rock-a-bye, swing-a-bye, baby.

McCarter, Kevin (1956- )

Prelude and Fugue (1997)

New York: American Music Center, published by the composer

Duration: 8:00. Score can be downloaded from www.amc.net/composers/ . Biography on http://www.composersforum.org.

McCarthy, Daniel William (1955- )

Tales of the Donner Expedition (1995)

Medfield, MA: Dorn Publications

Contact the composer http://www.under.org/cpcc/dmccarthy.htm .

Oboe doubles on English horn. 6 movements. Program notes at www.amc.net/composers/. See also: http://www.c-alanpublications.com/.

also:

Black Belt, White Cadillac for alto sax with woodwind quintet

C. Alan Publications

For recording, score and program notes, see: http://www.c-alanpublications.com/.

McCartney, Paul (1942- ) & Paul Lennon (1940-1980)

“Yesterday” & “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” (arr. Michael P. Buckley)

Chicago, Ill.: Opus Music, 1975

(See listing under Lennon for commentary.)

McCollin, Frances (1892-1960)

Diversion for Five Instruments (1943)

McCombe, Christine (1967- )

Five Pieces (1997)

Australian Music Centre, http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/

also listed by the Scottish Music Centre

Flute doubles on alto flute, Clarinet doubles on bass clarinet. Duration: 10:00.

McCombie, Alan (1933-1998)

Prelude and Fugue

Ampleforth: Emerson Edition, 2002

McDaniel, William J. (1918- )

Woodwind Quintet No. 1

Ottawa: Contemporary Publications

McDowall, Cecilia (1951- )

Winter Music (1992)

London: Hunt Edition, 2001

See also: http://www.ceciliamcdowall.co.uk/.

McEwen, John Blackwood (Sir) (1868-1948)

Under Northern Skies (1939)

Scottish composer.

McGinn, John R.

A Few New Tricks (1995, rev. 2005)

New York: American Music Center /

Duration: 11:15. Uses A and B-flat clarinets. PDF and sound files at http://library.newmusicusa.org/.

According to the composer, “this newly revised version is lively and humorous, a lot of fun. A clear ‘circus’ motif is indicated in the titles of the five contiguous movements: (1) Fooles (Ta-Dah!), (2) Conjurer, (3) Charmer, (4) Juggler, and (5) Big Finish! Both the old and new versions have proved highly popular with audiences.”

McGinnis, Michael David

Recital of electro-acoustic music (1994)

Score represents only the acoustic portion of the recital. Thesis (M.M.)—East Carolina University, 1994.

McGuire, Edward (1948- )

Kaleidoscope Fanfare (2003) for double woodwind quintet

unpublished, Scottish Music Centre

One flutist plays piccolo exclusively. See also: http://www.scottishmusiccentre.com/members/edward_mcguire/home/.

McGuire, Michael

The LyleMen of Stephenson Hall

Recently recorded by members of the U.S. Air Force’s Heartland of America Band on an album entitled “Brass and Woodwind Quintets.” The band has officially been deactivated, but you can ask if any recordings are still available by calling the Director of Operations at Offutt AFB, NE. Phone: 402/2948192.

Reviewed by Ronald Klimko in The Double Reed as a “somewhat ‘quirky’ but well written two-movement work depicting the personality of two close friends of the composer.”

McGurty, Mark (1955- )

Woodwind Quintet (1985)

US composer.

McIntosh, Diana (1937- )

Patterns and Digressions (1991)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre

Duration: 12:00. Commissioned by the York Winds. See http://www.dianamcintosh.com/.

According to the composer, the work “is written in the minimalist style where a musical phrase is repeated many times. The piece reflects the idea of a journey that five people are taking and periodically one or two of the individuals go off in their own conversation, and then come back and join the group.”

McIntyre, Paul (1931- )

Fantasy on an Eskimo Song (1962)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre, 1962

Commissioned by the Alaska Festival of Music, 1962 for the Westwood wind quintet. Duration: 10:00.

McKay, David Phares (1927- )

Bagatelles for General Washington, suite for woodwind quintet

Delaware Water Gap, Pa.: Shawnee Press, 1974

For flute (and piccolo), oboe (and English horn), clarinet, horn and bassoon. Arrangements of:

Carr, Benjamin, (1768-1831) Washington’s March.

Duport, Pierre Landrin, (1762-1841), ?

Billings, William, 1746-1800. The Singing Master’s Assistant, “Rose of Sharon.”

Billings, William, 1746-1800. The Singing Master’’s Assistant, “Chester.”

Duration: 10:00. The piccolo and English horn are only used for the first six measures of the work, off-stage. Otherwise the work is for standard quintet.

Colonial Band Music: for woodwind quintet

Delaware Water Gap, Pa.: Shawnee Press,

Originally for various unspecified instrumental ensembles, keyboard instrument, vocal ensemble, or chorus. Duration: 12:00.

Flagg, Josiah: Trumpet tune with fuging section

Hopkinson, Francis: Overture by the Earl of Kelly

Selby, William: A Lesson: 1. Allegro , 2. Andante , 3. Jig

Holyoke, Samuel: Masonic Processional March No. 1

Billings, William: Three Billings tunes: Chester; Judea; Jargon.

Joyful Dance (1949)

Bryn Mawr: Theodore Presser, 1967

Three Nautical Characters

Oskaloosa, Iowa: C. L. Barnhouse

Quintet (1930???)

McKay, Francis Howard (1901-1985)

Bainbridge Island Sketches (“Five Lyric Miniatures”)

C. L. Barnhouse, Co., Oskaloosa, Iowa (out of print?)

Five very short, easy movements. “The Old Sailor,” “The Swing,” “At Sunset,” “Nocturne,” & “Woodland Pipers.”

3 Nautical Characters

Although listed as a work by Francis Howard McKay in Wikipedia (and possibly elsewhere), it is probably a mis-attribution of the Three Nautical Characters by George Frederick McKay (see next).

McKay, George Frederick (1899-1970)

Three Sea Sketches

C. L. Barnhouse Co., Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1954

Movements: 1. Sea birds, 2. Chanty, 3. Bon voyage.

Woodwind Quintet (1932, but also listed as 1930 or 1937)

Joyful Dance

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: Theodore Presser

New York: Mercury Music Corp., 1949

Three Nautical Characters (1956)

Oskaloosa, Iowa: C. L. Barnhouse

Notated to be performed by a woodwind quintet, but the horn part is optional. Three short movements: 1. Sailor Jack; 2. A Mermaid; 3. Barnacle Bill. A “conductor‘s score” is available at http://www.barnhouse.com/~barnhous/samples/pdf/111-0110-00.pdf . Intended for student ensembles.

McKelvy, James & Elizabeth DeEncarnacion

Deck the Halls (in Seven-Eight Time)

Richmond, Virginia: International Opus

Flute has option of doubling on piccolo. It appears that James McKelvy created the 7/8 version of Deck the Halls and Elizabeth DeEncarnacion did the quintet arrangement. The first composer known to use the tune, however, was Mozart, who was probably quoting a much older tune.

McKinley, Carl (1895-1966)

Suite for Five Instruments (1935)

McKinley, Ian (1929- )

Concerto for Margaret for woodwind quintet and organ

Grosvenor Place, N.S.W.: Australian Music Centre

An adaptation of Johann Sebastian Bach’s ‘Allegro giusto,’ from the Organ Prelude, BWV 568; Arioso [Adagio?], Sinfonia from Cantata 156, and Gigue from the French Suite V.

McKinley, Thomas Lawrence

Six Bagatelles

Duration: 8:30. Recorded by the Georgia Woodwind Quintet on Atlanta, GA: ACA Digital Recording, 1996

McKinley, William Thomas (1939- )

Quintet in One Movement (1980)

Newton Centre, Mass.: Margun Music, 1983

Clarinet doubles bass clarinet and contrabass clarinet, flute doubles alto and piccolo, oboe doubles English horn. Duration: 20:00.

McKinnon, John (1954- )

Movement for Wind Quintet

New York: American Music Center

McLaughlin, Marian (a.k.a. Mrs. Thomas R. Ostrom) (1923- )

Six Fragments (1963)

Published in Pan Pipes, 1968

McLean, Hamilton Gordon (1906- ?)

Rondo

Chicago: Cole Publishing Co., 1975

McLoskey, Lansing(1964- )

Woodwind Quintet – Hardwood (2012)

Theodore Presser Company

Duration: 20:00. 5 movements: I. Burnished splinters; II. Variation 1: Cornus florida; III. Variation 2: Ironwood; IV. Variation 3: Alternate Leaf; V. Quaking – Peak. This work was written for a joint commission by the International Clarinet Association, the International Double Reed Society, the International Horn Society, and the National Flute Association. More information and a recording by the Madera Wind Quintet is available on the composer’s website: http://www.lansingmcloskey.com/hardwood.html

McMillan, Ann (1923-1994)

Cloud Forest (1990) woodwind quintet with recorded sound

New York: American Composers Alliance

Duration: 14:00. Commissioned by the Quintet of the Americas.

Ms. McMillan was an editor for RCA and Columbia records, and also assisted Edgard Varèse before becoming noted for combining traditional instruments with recordings of environmental sounds.

McNamara, John

Woodwind Quintet (1959)

American Music Center, 1959

McNeff, Stephen

Introduction, Theme and Variations

Kenley, Surrey: Maecenas Music, 2005

McPeek, Benjamin D. (1934-1981)

Quintette for Woodwinds (1961)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre

Duration: 8:00. 3 movements.

McPherson, Gordon (1965- )

Impersonal Stereo (1992)

Scottish Music Centre

McQueen, Ian

Alice First and Last (1984)

Scottish Music Centre

Duration: 8:00. (Check SMC for updated contact info.) See also: http://www.ian-mcqueen.co.uk/.

McTee, Cindy Karen (1953- )

Wind Quintet I (1981)

Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1981.

Duration: 10:00. Thesis (Ph. D.)—University of Iowa, 1981.

McWain, Andrew

Windward Variations (1997)

Fuller Street Music (ASCAP), PO Box 79106, North Dartmouth, MA 02747-0991 USA or University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Meacham, F. W. (Frank White) (1856-1909)

American Patrol (1885) (arr. David Burndrett)

Pub. By David Burndrett; see http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Mead, Andrew Washburn

Serenade for Wind Quintet (1991)

Duration: 24:00. Movements: Grazioso; Giocoso; Espansivo; Scorrevole e leggiero; Declamento/Risoluto.

Meale, Richard G. (1932-2009)

Quintet for Winds (1969 or 1970)

Wien: Universal Edition, 1975

5 movements. Second movement, in particular, uses complex changing meters. See Arthur Cohn, “The Literature of Chamber Music,” for more info. Duration: 15:45. See also: http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/ .

Plateau (1971)

London: Universal Edition, 1972

Duration: 9:00. Recorded by the Adelaide Wind Quintet on CD OASD-7565. See also: http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/. See Cohn for more info.

Means, David S.

Music for percussion and double wind quintet (1974)

Thesis (M. Mus.)—Northern Illinois University, 1974.

See also http://www.dsmcompositions.com/ for a wide variety of other works.

Meckler, David C. (DC)

Symmetry Jumps, a woodwind quintet in hybrid rondo-variation form (1987)

See also http://home.myastound.net/~dcmeckler/index.htm .

Medaglia, Julio (1938- )

Det is die Brasilianer Luft, Suite Popular Brasileira

Berlin: Verlag Neue Musik; see also Trevco.

Dedicated to the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet.

Piccolo Andante

Edition Viento

Features piccolo throughout (hence the title).

Belle Epoque en Sud-America

New York: Ponteio Pub., 2004 /

Tallevast, Florida: TrevCo Music Publishing (reprint edition)

Written for and recorded by for the woodwind quintet of the Berlin Philharmonic. Movements: I. El Porsche Negro – Tango; II. Traumreise nach Attersee – Vals Paulista; III. Requinta Maluca – Chorino. 3rd movement requires clarinet in E-flat. It appears that the Trevco edition includes a choice of alternate flute parts.

Medeiros, Anacleto de(1866-1907)

Tema Saudado

Recorded in 1977 by Quinteto Villa-Lobos. Probably arranged specifically for them.

Slower 3/4 melodic piece with simple accompaniment. Features flute and oboe and clarinet, particularly. Probably my least favorite piece on the record. See the article about Quinteto Villa-Lobos for a link to the recording. See also Ronaldo Miranda, below, for his Variações Sérias sobe um tema de Anacleto de Medeiros. [Andrew Brandt]

Medek, Tilo (1940-2006)

Woodwind Quintet No. 1 (I. Bläserquintett) (1965)

Celle: Moeck Verlag, 1983 /

Leipzig: Edition Peters, 1970

Flute doubles on piccolo. Duration: 14:00. Dedicated to the composer’s father, “In Memoriam Willy Muller-Medek,” who is listed below. (Also see Arthur Cohn, “The Literature of Chamber Music,” for more info.)

Woodwind Quintet No. 2 (Bläserquintett Nr. II) (1974-76)

Celle: Moeck, 1983

Duration: 16:00. Movements: Pavane; Valse sentimentale; Ragtime; Augenspiel (“Eye play”); Siciliano; Tarantella. Flute doubles on piccolo. See also Arthur Cohn, “The Literature of Chamber Music.”

Bläserquintett Nr. III (1979)

Celle: Moeck Verlag, 1990

Duration: 21:00. Movements: Im Gehaeuse; Schattengang; Nach jiddischer Art, Vorhangfassade.

Bläserquintett Nr. IV (1989)

Celle: Moeck, 1997

Flute doubles piccolo, oboe doubles English horn. Duration: 23:00. Movements: Dulcian; Bauernpfeife; Schalmei; Tibia traversa; Aulos; Vox humana; Cornett.

Blaserquintett Nr. V (2002?)

Remagen, Germany: Edition Tilo Medek, 2002

VI. Bläserquintett (Sixth Woodwind Quintet) (2008)

Remagen: Edition Tilo Medek, 2008.

Duration: 21:00. Movements: Phoenix; Ikarus; Eule; Adler, gleitend.

Dezett für Doppel-Blèserquintett (1993) for double woodwind quintet

Remagen: Edition Tilo Medek, 2008, http://www.medek.net/

For 2 flutes (2nd doubles on piccolo), 2 oboes (2nd doubles English horn), 2 clarinets in A and B♭ (2nd doubles bass clarinet), 2 bassoons (2nd doubles contrabassoon), 2 horns. Movements: I. Hanka; II. Janko; II. Aber das Mädchen erging sich im Garten; IV. Steh auf Knecht, füttere die Pferde; V. Ich bin das arme Waisenking; VI. Die Witwe hat den Sohn geheiratet. Duration: 13:00.

Mederacke, Kurt (1910-1983)

Bohmische Suite (Bohemian Suite), Op. 43 (1948)

Leipzig: F. Hofmeister, 1948

Movements: Praludium; Scherzo; Adagio; Polka; Finale. Duration: 24:00.

Divertimento, Op. 36

Leipzig: F. Hofmeister, 1960

Serenade, Op. 56

Robert Ostermeyer Musikedition

Movements: Allegro moderato; Presto; Molto moderato; Allegro spiritoso.

Medlin, Laura

Quintet No. 1 (1990)

Meek, Charles

Slumber Suite

Meester, Louis De (1904-1987)

Divertimento (1946)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1962

Duration: 16:00. Movements: Kalm (Calm); Gezwind (Lively); Ernstig (Seriously); Schertsend (Jokingly); Droomerig. See Arthur Cohn, “The Literature of Chamber Music.” for more info.

Mehler, Friedrich (1896-1981)

6 latar och visor fran Gotland (1979) for woodwind quintet and singer (ad lib.)

Stockholm: Svensk Music

Movements, Polska, Skordevisa, Den forsta gang i varlden, Jag spelar och jag dansar, En bygdens tarna, Groddapolska.

Fem gotlandska danser (1975)

Stockholm: Svensk Music

Duration: 11:00. Movements: Polka; Laugrenspolska; Vals; Gubbdansen; Akermanspolska.

Mehrtens, Janine (1954- )

Quintet (1991)

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1993

Duration: 5:00.

Meier, Josef (1939- )

Bläserquintett (1967)

Editions Bim, http://www.editions-bim.com/, Swiss Composers Series

Duration: 12:40.

Meier, Roger

“Du Bout des Bois au Bout des Levres” (1979)

Performed by the Dorian Wind Quintet.

Meijering, Chiel (1954- )

Great Balls of Fire (1989)

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1989

Duration: 7:00.

Hop sa sa (2003/4)

Amsterdam: MuziekGroep Nederland: Donemus, 2004

Duration: 4:00.

Arabazz (2008)

Unpublished, See http://www.chielmeijering.com/

Duration: 10:40.

Flying Buddhas (1993) for double woodwind quintet

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1993

Duration: 13:00.

Meister, Karl (1903- ?)

Serenade

Manuscript

Mekeel, Joyce (1931-1997)

An Insomnia of Owls for Woodwind Quintet (1985)

Manuscript is in the archives of the Harvard University Library.

Melartin, Erkki (1875-1937)

Ars Antica (arr. Kari Karjalainen)

Fennica Gehrman

Melbinger, Timothy (1968- )

Wind Quintet (1993)

Published by the composer.

Duration: 24:00. Recorded on Nine Winds Records. See the composer’s website: http://timothymelbinger.com/index.html .

Wind Quintet No. 2 (2008)

Written for the Arcadian Winds. 3 movements. See score, program notes and sound files for the outer movements on http://timothymelbinger.com/compositions.html .

Melby, John (1941- )

O, Wind, If Winter Comes… (2014)

New York: American Composers Alliance, 2014

Duration: 12:30. See also http://www.johnmelby.com/.

Melikyan, Hrachia (also spelled Grachya?) (1947-2006)

Quintet No. 1 (1990)

Editions Bim, http://www.editions-bim.com/, Armenian Composers Series

Duration: 13:50. See also: http://hrachyamelikyan.com/ .

According to flutist, Alain Ehkirch, “It is an expressive work deploying a strong dramatic character leading into serenity. Melikyan’s writing exploits the extreme technical, musical, and emotional resources of the performers who share his level of profound musical sensitivity while the roots of his music remain firmly implanted in the traditions of the Armenian cultural and musical experience.”

Mellin, G.

Menuet Badin (for double quintet)

Andraud (now Southern Music) /

Paris: Evette & Schaeffer (1800s)

Composer might be the hornist George (or Georges) Mellin.

Mendelsohn, Alfred (1910-1966)

Sapte Miniaturi (Miniatures for Woodwind Quintet with optional chamber orchestra accompaniment.)

Bucuresti: Editura Muzicala, 1963

Mendelsohn, J. Arko

Figurate Hymn

New York, Boston: C. Fischer, Inc., 1939

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847)
arrangements

Andante Sostenuto (arr. John Jay Hilfiger)

PEL Music Publications

“Consolation” from Songs without Words, Op. 30, No. 3

Markham, ON: Eighth Note Publications, 1997; see also http://www.windmusicsales.com/

“Intermezzo” from A Midsummers Night Dream, Op. 61 (arr. Charles Newell Boyd)

New York: Carl Fischer, 1970

Figurate Hymn (arr. ?)

New York: Carl Fischer

Kinderstück (arr. Taylor)

San Antonio: Southern Music

“Notturno” from A Midsummer Night’s Dream Op 61 No. 7 (arr. Gregory Cukrov)

For Flute, English horn, clarinet, horn and bassoon.

Eduardo Rodriguez describes this as “a very nice arrangement. I played it several times.”

Nocturnes, Op. 24 (arr. Donald Patterson) for double woodwind quintet

Salem, Connecticut: Cimarron Music Press

Octet, Op. 20 in E♭ Major (arr. Hugh Bowman) for double woodwind quintet

Hubow Music, 2002 (See also June Emerson Wind Music)

Originally the string octet from 1825 in four movements. Duration: 35:00.

Quintet in F Major based on the Piano Sonata, Op. 6 (1825) (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Original is in E major. Duration: 22:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Quintette en mi♭ majeur (based on the String Quartet, Op. 12 no. 1) (arr. by David Walter)

Paris: Gerard Billaudot Editeur, 1994

Duration: 24:00.

Rondo Capriccioso in E-flat Major, Op. 14 (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Manuscript. Performed by the Aulos Quintet.

For woodwind quintet. Original piano work is in E Major. Duration: 6:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ . See also Renz’s version for woodwind quintet and string quintet, above.

Rondo Capriccioso in E Major (arr. Jane Taylor)

Trevco Music Publishing

In the original key.

Rondo Capriccioso in E-flat Major, Op. 14 (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for dectet, woodwind and string quintets (2 violins, viola, cello, double bass)

Original piano work is in E Major. Duration: 6:00. See: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ . See also Renz’s woodwind quintet version, next.

Rondo Capriccioso in E-flat Major, Op. 14 (arr. Michael Axtell) for double woodwind quintet

Published by the arranger, axtellmusic[at]gmail.com

The original piano work was in E major.

Scherzetto, Op. 102, No. 3 (arr. Albert Seay)

Old Greenwich, Conn.: Jack Spratt, 1951 / New York: McGinnis & Marx

So-so arrangement with some light Mendelssohnian flair. [Andrew Brandt]

Scherzo, Op. 61, No. 1, from A Midsummer Night’s Dream (arr. Friedrich Gabler)

Wien: Doblinger

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Notturno, Scherzo, Song of the Fairies, Dance of the Clowns, Finale (arr. Gudrun Hinze)

Seattle, WA: ALRY Publications, 2014.

“Scherzo” from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op. 61 (arr. Friedrich Gabler)

“Scherzo” from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op. 61 (arr. Gunther Schuller)

Margun Music

Scherzo aus der Musik zu Shakespeares Ein Sommernachtstraum, Op. 61

Wien: Doblinger, 1984

Music zu Shakespears Sommernachtstraum, Overture (Op. 21) & Op. 61 (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for speaker and dectet, woodwind and string quintets (2 violins, viola, cello, double bass).

Includes The Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op. 21, and Op. 61 numbers 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13. Duration: 42:00. See: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Octet for strings in E♭ major, Op. 20 arranged for double woodwind quintet (arr. Hugh Bowman)

Hubow Music, 2002 (see June Emerson Wind Music)

Duration: 30:00.

Scherzo, Intermezzo und Notturno zu Shakespears Sommernachtstraum, Op. 61, Nos. 1, 5 and 7. (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings.

Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and double bass.Duration: 13:00. See: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Scherzo, Op. 110 (arr. Jospe)

New York: Carl Fischer, 1970

Scherzo a Capriccio in A Minor (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Manuscript. Performed by the Aulos Quintet.

Original key is F-sharp minor (fis-moll).5:00.

Song without Words, Op. 62, No. 4 (arr. Antonio E. Cafarella)

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Volkwein Bros., 1957

“Spinning Song” from Song without Words, Op. 67 No. 4) (arr. Thomas Bourgault)

Delevan, NY: Kendor Music, 2015

Duration: 2:00. Includes an alternate bass clarinet part in lieu of bassoon.

Song without Words, No. 67 (arr.)

White-Smith, 1951

Trois Fantaisies ou Caprices, Op. 16 (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Originally for piano. Arranged for woodwind quintet. 12:00. The arranger also has a version for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola and double bass.

Scherzo a Capriccio für das Album des Pianistes (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings

Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola and double bass. Duration: 13:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Two Marches: Trauermarsh & Kinderstück Op. 72 (arr. Ian Harrold) for double woodwind quintet with optional trumpets

Gloucester: IH Music

Mendoza, Emilio (1953- )

Secretos (1981) sextet for flute in G, clarinet, English horn, bassoon, horn and trumpet

Copy in Indiana University Music Library, Bloomington

PDF and sound files at http://prof.usb.ve/emendoza/emilioweb/partituras/partituras_instru.html . Duration: 4:35.

Work is based on a single chord with timbre, volume and voicing changing as the work progresses. Requires a quintet comfortable in playing softly. [Andrew Brandt]

Mendenhall, James W.

Baroque Concerto Suite

Portland, Or.: EditionsVIENTO, 2003

Arrangements of works, each featuring one of the instruments, by Antonio Vivaldi (featuring the flute), Alessandro Marcello (oboe), Johann Sebastian Bach (clarinet), Georg Philipp Telemann (horn), Antonio Vivaldi (bassoon).

Mengal, J. J.

Ecco Ridiente al Cielo

Golden River Music

Mengal, Martin Joseph (1784-1851)

3 Quintette

Paris: Ignaz Pleyel (19th century)

Composer was a hornist and a student of Anton Reicha. So it’s no surprise it was recorded by the Reicha’sche Quintett.
The three quintets titles and recorded lengths are:

1. Quintetto tiré des œuvres de Haydn (22:27)

2. Quintetto tiré des œuvres de Mozart (28:47)

3. Quintetto tiré des œuvres de Beethoven (23:41)

Quintet after Mozart in B-flat Major

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, http://www.phylloscopus.co.uk/

Should be the same work as “Quintetto tiré des œuvres de Mozart” above.

Quintet after Beethoven in B-flat Major

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, http://www.phylloscopus.co.uk/

Quintet after Haydn

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, http://www.phylloscopus.co.uk/

Quintett nach Themen von Rossini (arr. Robert Ostermeyer)

Leipzig: Ostermeyer, 2007

Mengelberg, Misha (or Misja) (1935- )

Omtrent een Componistenactie (“Concerning a Composer’s Action”) (1966)

Amsterdam, Donemus, 1966

5 scores are necessary for performance, so for binding purposes each score is labeled as a part. You can download the score from Donemus’s webshop, but note that the score is 43 pages. Duration: 22:00.

also:

Hello Windyboys (1968) for double woodwind quintet

Menter, ? (probably Sophie Menter, 1846-1918)

Serenade (for woodwind quintet and 2nd clarinet)

San Antonio: Southern Music (publ. by Andraud)

See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Menter .

Mercury, Freddie (originally Frederick Bulsara)(1946-1991)

Bohemian Rhapsody (arr. Mike Walton)

Sound the Trumpets, http://www.soundthetrumpets.com/

For student quintets. Yes, the tune is by a member of the band, Queen.

Merendino, Rosario Pius

Bagatelle Fantasiose

Roma: Edi-Pan, 1982

Merikanto, Oskar (1868-1924)

Ukko Noa, variatsiooneilla (arr. Jorma Panula) (1980)

Helsinki: Music Finland http://musicfinland.fi/en/

Includes 4 of the original (12+) variations: Var. 7, Marcia funebre; Var. 9, Valse; Var. 10, Polka; Var. 12, Alla marcia. Oskar Merikanto is father to composer Aarre Merikanto.

Meriläinen, Usko(1930-2004)

Impression for wind quintet, percussion, piano, viola, cello and double bass (1965)

Helsinki: Suomalaisen musilikin tiedotuskeskus – Finnish Music Information Centre

Duration: 6:00.

Divertimento for wind quintet, harp, viola and cello (1968)

Edition Bosworth

Duration: 18:00.

Mersson, Boris (1921-2013)

Musik fur Bläserquintett, Op. 20 (1964)

Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1968 /

Adliswil, Switzerland: Pizzicato Verlag Helvetia

Duration: 10:00.

Kleine Plauderei (1966)

Munchen: Edition Modern, Hans Wewerka Musikverlag, 1970

Duration: 3:00.

Messiter, Arthur H.

Rejoice! Ye Pure in Heart (arr. Tim Rumsey)

Pub. by Tim Rumsey. See also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Messner, Joseph (1893-1969)

Bläserquintett, Op. 57

Messner, Karl (1923- )

Bläserquintett (1990)

manuscript

Recorded on Sica Sound Music label. Duration: 7:05.

Suite Nostalgie für Bläserquintett (1986)

Schulz

Duration: 12:00.

Mestres Quadreny, Josep Maria (1929- )

Satalia (1994)

Duration: 10:00. The composer is listed in a Catalan composer web site. see also: http://www.lamadeguido.com/mestres.html.

Metallidi, Zhanneta Lazarevna (1934- )

Siuita (1975)

Wind Quintet (1972)

(These are possibly different listings for the same work.)

Metral, Pierre (1936-1996)

Variations

Darmstadt: Edition Tonos

Metzko, Brandyn

Treatments

Pub. By Brandyn Metzko

It appears to be an educational 12-tone work for more advanced student ensembles. [Andrew Brandt]

Meulemans, Arthur (1884-1966)

Premiere Quintette à Vent (1931)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1957

Duration: 12:00.

2de Kwintet voor Blazers (1932)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1932

Duration: 11:00.

3e Quintette à Vent (1958)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1961

Duration: 18:00.

Aubade (1934)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1961

Duration: 6:00.

Mevorach, Rafael (1945- )

Woodwind Quintet (2004)

Music of Rafael Mevorach, 39721 Cardington Way, Palm Desert, CA 92211

Meyer, James

Woodwind Quintet (1989)

Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music, 1996

Meyer, Jean

Bavardages, cinq pieces breves en canon

Paris: Editions Chappell, 1971

Meyer, Johann David (1905- )

Intermezzo, Op. 411 (1968)

Meyer, Rene (1949- )

Melodia, Op. 3 (1971)

New York: American Music Center

Duration: 19:00.

Meyer-Tormin, Wolfgang (1911-1988)

Kleines Quintett fur Blaeser (1951)

Berlin, Bote & Bock, 1964

Quintett (1952)

Mainz: B. Schott’s Sohne, 1966

Meyerowitz, Jan (1913-1998)

Quintet (1954)

New York: Rongwen Music Inc.

Meza, Vinicio (1968- )

Dansoneando

Editions Viento

See also: http://www.viniciomeza.com/ .

Como fue

See http://www.viniciomeza.com/

See the website also for the titles below and for a variety of woodwind octets.

Linda Costa Rico

Naima

Pampa

Take the A Train (by Duke Ellington) (arr. Vinicio Meza)

Ticas lindas

Tiny capers

Tres Piezas Estadounidenses

Volver

Miagi, Ester Kustovna (1922- )

Ostinato (Wind Quintet) (1962)

Moscow: Muzyka, 1964

Michael, Frank (1943- )

Serenata Piccola, Op. 18c (1967)

Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1971

Duration: 7:00. See comments in Arthur Cohn, “The Literature of Chamber Music,” 1997

Micheelsen, Hans Friedrich (1902-1973)

Ei, du feiner reiter, Variationen für Bläsinstrumente.

Kassel: Barenreiter-Verlag, 1957

Divertimento

Michel, Jean-Francois (1957?- )

Chanson a Morphee

Woodbrass Music SA

Duration: 9:00.

Michel, Paul Baudouin (1930- )

Hommage à François Rabelais, Op. 8 (1960)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1972

5 movements pay homage to the French 16th century writer and physician. Movements: Introduction and Humoresque; Fugato; Theleme; Funebre; Finale. Arthur Cohn, in “The Literature of Chamber Music,” 1997, tells us that the Abbey of Theleme was the Utopian setting for a life of wisdom for both sexes. Duration: 16:00. See also: http://www.cebedem.be/en/composers/m/105-michel-paul-baudouin .

Decentrement, Op. 110 (1980)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM)

Duration: 16:00.

also:

A la Mémoire des Enfants Morts, Op. 175 (1999) for 2 oboes, English horn, 2 clarinets, 2 horns, 2 bassoons and 1 contrabassoon.

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM)

Duration: 5:30.

Michel, Wilfried (1940- )

Blasmusik (1972)

Munich: Edition Modern

Micka, Vit (1935- )

Dechovy kvintet (Woodwind Quintet) (1975)

See http://www.musicbase.cz/compositions/5260-dechovy-kvintet/ .

Middleton, Horace E.

Variations on Annie Laurie, Op. 1 (1905?)

London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1912

The only biographical info I can find on this composer is that he was “appointed in 1905 Musical Director of the Kings’ Theatre, Hammersmith, London.” The tune in the work is apparently based on a song by Alicia Ann Scott, using the text of a traditional Scottish folk song, written 1838.

Mielenz, Hans (1909-1996)

Weihnachtsmusik, Op. 91 (1970)

Manuscript; See also Niedernhausen, Germany: Noten Roehr

See http://www.trio-musik.de/generated/vita90149_e.html for biography.

Divertimento in Jazz, Op. 93 (1972)

Manuscript

Duration: 16:15.

Mignone, Francisco (Paulo) (1897-1986)

1° quinteto para sopros (1960)

Recorded by the Quinteto Villa-Lobos.

Bläserquintett (1962)

It is possible these are two different listings for the same quintet.

Migot, Georges (1891-1976)

Quintette (1954)

Paris: Alphonse Leduc, 1955

Mihajlović, Milan (1945- )

Notturni for woodwind quintet and string quartet (1983)

Cologne, Germany: Brandstätter, http://www.bry-music.de/

Mihaly, Andras (1917-1993)

Fantasie (1951)

Editio Musica Budapesta, 1959

also:

Fantasy for Wind Quintet, String Orchestra, Harp, Celeste and Percussion (1955)

It’s uncertain if these are two separate pieces or two different listings of the same work.

Mihelcic, Pavel (1937- )

Team

Ljubljana [Slovenia]: Drustvo slovenskih skladateljev, 1977 Society of Slovene Composers, www.dss.si

Mihule, Jiri (1907-1977)

Bläserquintett (1945)

Mikoda, Borivoj (1904-1970)

Woodwind Quintet, Op. 28

Prague: Cesky Hudebni Fond (Czech Music Foundation)

Mikula, Zdenko (1916-2012)

Reminiscences (1988)

Bratislava: Slovensky hudobny fond

Movements: Andante con moto; Andantino cantabile; Andante moderato; Allegro giocoso; Andante con moto. Duration: 19:20.

Colloquiums (1990)

Music Center Slovakia, http://hc.sk/en/

Movements: Allegro; Lento; Allegro; Vivo. See also: http://hc.sk/en/hudba/osobnost-detail/536-zdenko-mikula

Milan, Kerry

Scherzo

Stafford: Ardross House, 2000

Milford, Gene F.

Woodwind Quintet: New Mexico

Boca Raton, FL: Ludwig Masters Publications, 2014

“This quintet is a rhapsodic setting of five melodies collected by John Donald Robb from the Hispanic Communities of New Mexico.”

Milhaud, Darius (1892-1974)

Le Cheminée du Roi René, Op. 205 (1939)

San Antonio, Texas: Southern Music Co., 1942, 1969 /

Cincinnati: A. J. Andraud, 1942

Composed originally as part of the incidental music to the film Cavalcade d’Amour. Movements: Cortège; Aubade; Jongleurs; La Mausinglade; Joutes sur l’arc; Chassse à Valabre; Madrigal nocturne. Based on the legend of 15th century King René of Provence. Flute doubles on piccolo. You can listen to a beautiful recording of each of the movements on the Dorian Wind Quintet site.

My French/English dictionary translates Cheminée as “chimney”, but Chemin as “road” or “path.” Arthur Cohn tells us that King René was born in Aix-en-Provence (also Milhaud’s birthplace), where he [René] often travelled a certain road. This path became known as the King’s Cheminée. It is now a main road in that town. So a better translation of the title might be the “Path” or “Road” of King René rather than “The Chimney of King René.”
Personal confession: After playing this work with several student and young professional quintets I found myself completely bored with this quintet. After a break of about 15 years, our quintet returned to it and we found the piece to be entirely charming. Easy to play, but hard to play well (especially at the marked tempos). [Andrew Brandt]

Divertissement en Trois Parties, Op. 229b (1958)

Paris: Heugel & Cie., 1958, Alphonse Leduc, selling agent /

Theodore Presser

Movements: Balance; Dramatique; Joyeux. Duration: 11:30. Based on music for the Alain Resnais film, Gauguin. Flute doubles on piccolo.

Barbera Secrist-Schmides calls this “Milhaud’s most weighty and serious work.” See also Arthur Cohn, The Literature of Chamber Music, 1997 for a description.

Two Sketches for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 227b (1941)

New York: Mercury Music Corp., 1942, Theodore Presser, sole rep.

Arrangement of Madrigal and Eglogue, from Four sketches; originally for piano in 1941 and arranged by the composer. Duration: 4:30.

Barbera Secrist-Schmides calls both “delightful.”

Quintette pour instruments à vent, Op. 443 (1973)

Paris: Editions M. Eschig, 1975 /

Bryn Mawr, PA: Theodore Presser Co.

Duration: 17:00.

also:

“Household Muse” for woodwind quintet and orchestra

Bryn Mawr, PA: Elkan-Vogel

Scaramouche, for alto saxophone (or clarinet) and wind quintet (transcribed by Don Stewart)

Paris: Editions Salabert, 1975

Flute doubles on piccolo. Originally for 2 pianos, based on the incidental music to the children’s play Le medecin volant, by Vildrac.

L’apotheose de Molière, Op. 286 (1948) for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and strings

Dixtuor (Petite Symphony No.5), Op. 75 (1922)

Vienna: Universal Edition, 1922 (rental only)

Kalmus

Mineola: Dover Publiscations, 2001

Scored for piccolo, flute, oboe, English horn, clarinet, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 2 horns. Movements: Rude; Lent; Violent The score may be downloaded from the International Music Score Library Project only in the USA, where the copyright has expired. (Look for the link to “Parts (12)” to purchase parts.) There are a number of recordings of this work on YouTube.

Concert de chambre pour onze (11) instruments, op. 389 (1961) (quintette à vent, quintette à cordes & piano)

Paris: M. Eschig, 1995.

For flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, piano, 2 violins, viola, violoncello, and double bass. Duration: 15:15.

Miller, John Louis

Five Fragments

Fairport, N.Y.: Pyraminx Publications, 1963

Miller, Kenneth B.

Ode to Spring

Byron-Douglas, 1966

Miller, Lewis Martin (1933- )

Sonatina (1962)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre /

Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms 1967

Written for the Music Educators National Conference Contemporary Music Project for Creativity in Music Education. Composers in public school program. “Difficulty: Advanced high school-college.” Duration: 11:00.

Miller, Scott L. (1966- )

Quinquevoces, (1989)

New York: American Music Center

Duration: 10:00. Premiered by the UNC New Music Ensemble at Chapel Hill, NC, Dec. 7, 1989.

Millet, Alex

Little March

Indianapolis, Indiana: BRS Music, Inc.,

See http://www.brsmusic.net/Little-March_p_2787.html . Duration: 4:30.

Mills, Barry (1949- )

Wind Quintet (1990)

British Music Information Center, http://www.bmic.co.uk/

Duration: 7:00. See also: www.barrymillscomposer.net/index.htm .

Mills, Charles Boromeo (1914-1982)

Chamber Concertante for Wind Quintet, Op. 17 (1941)

Sonata Fantasia (1946)

New York: American Composers Alliance

Duration: 15:00.

Milner, Anthony (Francis Domenic) (1925-2002)

Quintet for Wind Instruments, Op. 22 (1964)

London: Novello, 1967

Duration: 12:00.

Milnes, Ian (1943- )

Rondella (1971)

Piper Publications: Dochroyle Farm, Barrhill, Girvan, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK, 1983 http://www.piperpublications.co.uk/

The title is a pun based on the nickname “Round Ella,” an unidentified member of “a certain wind quintet.” Described by the composer as a “Light, humorous piece…” Duration: 3:30.

Wind Quintet (1973)

British Music Information Center, http://www.bmic.co.uk/

Duration: 18:00.

Milward, R. Frank

Sextet for wind quintet and double bass

Hunter College, Dept. of Music, 1981, Thesis for M.A. degree

Miranda, Ronaldo(1948- )

Variações Sérias sobe um tema de Anacleto de Medeiros (Serious Variations on a Theme by Anacleto de Medeiros)

Included in the recording, 35 Years of Brasilian Music by the Villa-Lobos Quintet. See blog listing for info on downloading the sound files. Anacleto de Medeiros (1866-1907) was a Brazilian composer. There are also several recording on Youtube, including one by Ventus Quintett Salzburg. Duration: 11:30.

Based on a few listenings, this appears to be an attractive, “serious” concert piece ideal for professional or advanced student quintets. It’s very tonal without anything terribly revolutionary harmony-wise, with enough technical challenges for all the players to keep it interesting. [Andrew Brandt]

Noneto for flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B♭, 2 horns and 2 bassoons.

Rio de Janeiro: R. Miranda, 1994

Mirandolle, Ludovicus (1904-1974)

Deux morceaux, No. II (1951)

Miró Charbonnier, Ignacio (1962- )

Imposible (1996-1997)

Duration: 10:00.

Miroglio, Francis (1924-2005)

Masques (1971)

Vienna: Universal Editions, 1972 /

La Hay: L. Mirandolle, 1952

Duration: 15:00. Can be performed by 3 to 9 wind instruments.

Misiaszek, Stephen

Fanfare for double woodwind quintet

Miskell, Jerome P.

Commercial Timeout (1996)

Published by the composer, 1997. See
http://raider.mountunion.edu/~miskeljp/miskell/info.htm .

Commissioned by the Tapestry Ensemble.

Mitchell, Glenn

2 Commentaries for soprano and wind quintet

Grosvenor Place, N.S.W.: Australian Music Centre

Mitchell, Roscoe (1940- )

Cutouts (9:34)

Recorded by the Wingra Wind Quintet. Duration: 9:34.

Mladenov, Sasho(1950- )

Bulgarian Suite No. 2 (2006) for double woodwind quintet

Duration: 8:00. See also: http://www.ubc-bg.com/en/composer/162

An Easy Piece for Winds (2005) for double woodwind quintet

Premiered by Kaleidoscope Wind.

A Time in My Life (2005) for double woodwind quintet

Written for Kaleidoscope Wind. Duration: 6:45.

Mlejnek, Vilem Prokop (1906-1975)

Blaserquintett (1959)

Blaserquintett (1962)

Modr, Antonín (1898-1983)

Pastoral Reflexes for Wind Quintet, Otto pezzi in modo bucolic (1973)

Hudebni Informacni Stredisko http://www.musicbase.cz/

Originally mis-spelled here as Pastoral Rexlexes, the title probably should be translated to “Pastoral Reflections.”

Moes, Timothy R.

Five Bagatelles

New York: Ludlow (subsidiary of The Richmond Organization)

Duration: 11:00.

Moeschinger, Albert (1897-1985)

Quintett nach schweizerischen Volksliedern, Op. 53 (Quintet on a Swiss Folk Tune)

Swiss Music Archive, Zurich

Duration: 20:00.

Moevs, Robert (1920-2007)

Woodwind Quintet (1987)

Bryn Mawr, Penn.:Theodre Presser Co., 1989

Requires A clarinet. Duration: 10:00.

also:

Notes of Steve Reich (1972) for piccolo, oboe, E-flat clarinet, bassoon, horn, xylophone, violin, viola, cello.

See Arthur Cohn, The Literature of Chamber Music, 1997 for description.

Mohr, Wilhelm (1904-1989)

Quintett fis-Moll (F-sharp minor), Op. 6 (1943)

Variationen uber das Lied vom Heuschreck

Munchen: Kasparek Edition

There is also a string quartet version with the same title.

Molnar, Antal (1890-1983)

Quintett, Op. 16 (1926)

Composer is better known as a Hungarian music theorist.

Molnar-Suhajda, Alexandra

Three Nature Walks (2015)

Seattle, WA: Alry Publications, 2015

I. Autumn woods; II. Winter moonlight; III. Cherry blossom path. Commissioned by the Patagonia Winds Woodwind Quintet.

Molyneux, Garth Eckert (1958- )

Sonata for Wind Quintet

Monaco, Richard A. (1930-1987)

Three Miniatures

Delaware Water Gap, Pa.: Shawnee Press, 1977

Duration: 8:20.

Quintet for Woodwinds

Ithaca, New York, 1954

Thesis (A.M.)—Cornell University, June 1954.

Mondello, H.

Quintet

Monk, Peter Anthony (1946- )

The I met Pousseur in Rue Forgeur Blues (1977)

British Music Information Center, http://www.bmic.co.uk/

Duration: 9:00. Flute/alto flute, oboe/English horn; Clarinet in A/bass clarinet, bassoon, horn. See http://www.peteranthonymonk.com/ for sound files.

Troisième vue sur les jardins interdits (1976)

Edizioni Suvini Zerboni

British Music Information Center, http://www.bmic.co.uk/

For flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn; or Alto flute, English horn, clarinet, horn and bassoon.

Monk, William Henry

Abide With Me (arr. Spike Maiden Mueller)

Lost Horizon Press; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Abide With Me (arr. David Marlatt)

Eighth Note Publications; see also http://www.windmusicsales.com/

Monkendan, ?

Suite in C for woodwind quintet and harp

Amsterdam: Donemus Foundation

Montague, Stephen (1943- )

Thule Ultima (1999)

London: United Music Publishers, [2003], 1999

also see: British Music Information Center, http://www.bmic.co.uk/

Also: http://composers21.com/compdocs/montagus.htm

Monteux, Pierre (1875-1964)

Deux Piécettes for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet in C, and percussion (optional contrabassoon)

Manhattan, Kansas: Prairie Dawg Press

Percussion includes timpani in the first movement, snare drum and trianble in the 2nd). Also has an optional contrabassoon part in the 2nd movement.

Bruce Gbur says “It’s a delightful work and needs to be better known.”

Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643)

Sinfonia (arr. Townsend)

Milano: G. Ricordi & Co.

Montsalvatge, Xavier (1912-2002)

Canciones negras (arr. David Walter) for woodwind quintet and soprano

6 Movements: Allegro con spirito; Rubato – Lamentoso; Allegro grazioso; Presto ruvido; Adagio – Mesto (Béla Bartok in memoriam); Molto vivace.

Montvila, Vytautas (1935-2003)

Woodwind Quintet (1975)

Lithuanian Music Information Center, www.mic.lt

Duration: 9:00.

Moór, Emánuel (Moor, Emanuel) (1863-1931)

Suite for Double Quintet, Op. 103 for woodwind quintet and string quintet

London: Boosey & Hawkes

Moon, Beata(1969- )

Wind Quintet (2004)

See http://library.newmusicusa.org/

Duration: 11:00. Written for the Beata Moon Ensemble. Contact info on her website: http://www.beatamoon.com/ .

Moor, Karel (real name is Mohr) (1873-1945)

Volkslieder für Bläserquintett

Bläserquintett

Moore, Charles (1938-2007)

Woodwind Quintet (1964)

New York: Mills Music, Inc.,1966 (now Belwin-Mills)

Flute doubles on piccolo.

Moore, Douglas Stuart (1893-1969)

Quintet for Woodwinds and Horn (1942, revised 1948)

New York: G. Schirmer, 1948 /

Society for the Publication of American Music, twenty-eighth season, 1946-47, no. 57 /

New York: American Music Center /

New York: Carl Fischer, 1970

Flute doubles piccolo.

Arthur Cohn, The Literature of Chamber Music, calls this “bright, folksy” and lyric.

Moore, Timothy (1922-2003)

Wind Quintet (1986)

Lancaster: Phylloscopus Publications, 2001

See also: British Music Information Center, http://www.bmic.co.uk/

Duration: 11:00.

Moquet, Jules (1867-1946)

Suite (1910) for 1 flute, 1 oboe, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns.

Moran, Jason(1975- )

Cane (2008)

Written for the Imani Winds and recorded by them on their 2010 album, Terra Incognita, Cane is about Marie Thérèse Metoyer (African name: Coincoin) (1742-1816), a slave (later freed), planter and businesswoman, and Moran’s subsequent family history in the Cane River area of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana.

Moravec, Paul (1957- )

Indialantic Impromptu (2007) (also misspelled as Indiatlantic Impromptu)

Subito Music Corporation

Duration: 6:00. See also: http://paulmoravec.com/ .

Moraweck, Lucien (1901-1973)

Children’s Sketches (1961)

Morel, François d’Assise (1926- )

Woodwind Quintet (1962)

A Montreal-based composer, he often uses winds in non-standard chamber groups. (A work, Quintet, of 1962 is listed as a brass work in one source, which might be an error.)

Morelli, Frank (arranger)

Three Brazilian Choros (arr. Frank Morelli)

TrevCo Music Publishing

Includes:

Nazareth, Ernesto – Odeon

Nazareth, Ernesto – Apanhei-te, Cavanquinho

Abreu, Zequinha – Tico Tico.

Frank Morelli is a New York-based bassoonist and chamber musician, who often performs with the woodwind quintet, Windscape. See www.morellibassoon.com/ for more info.

Moreno-Buendia, Manuel (1932- )

Tres Movimientos para quinteto de viento

Madrid: Musica Espanola Contemporanea, 1986

Movements: Arcaico; Mistico; Festivo.

Mores, Mariano (born Mariano Martinez) (1918- )

Taquito Militar (Milonga), (arr. Carlos Visnivetski)

Manuscript

Eduardo Rodriguez describes: “It’s a fast milonga well arranged.”

Three Tangos (arr. Silvia Coricelli)

Editions Viento

3 Tangos: Tanguera; Quartito Azul, El Firulete.

Mores, Mariano; Piana; & Maderna (arranged)

Argentine Encores (arranged by Silvia Coricelli?)

Portland, Ore.: EditionsViento, 2004

This appears to consist of works by Mariano Mores (see above), Sebastian Piana (1903-1994) and Osmar Maderna (1918-1951).

Morgan, David Sydney (1932- )

Wind Quintet (1964)

See http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/

Duration: 16:00. Requires A clarinet.

Morgan, Robert P. (1934- )

Woodwind Quintet

New York: Independent Music Publishers, 1960’s?

Moritz, Edvard (1891-1974)

Quintett, Op. 41

Frankfurt am Main: W. Zimmermann, 1928

Score available at: http://imslp.org/wiki/Wind_Quintet,_Op.41_(Moritz,_Edvard). This quintet is also included in the Andraud Collection, 22 Woodwind Quintets.

Quintet, Op. 169

Frankfurt am Main, Leipzig: W. Zimmermann, 1963 1968

Arthur Cohn calls this “Romantically styled music… with clear rhythms and shapes that stay in place.” The Finale is a Theme and Variations which features subgroups of the full quintet.

Moross, Jerome (1913-1993)

Sonatina (1970)

Hackensack, N.J.: J. Boonin, 1977 1971 /

Totowa, New Jersey: European American Music

Premiered by the Pandean Players in 1982.

Morricone, Ennio (1928- )

“Brothers” and “Gabriel’s Oboe” from The Mission (movie) (arr. Snauwaert)

Golden River Music

Morrill, Dexter G. (1938- )

Woodwind Quintet with computer generated music (CD)

Pleasant Valley, N.Y. (Box 785, Pleasant Valley, NY 12569): Chenango Valley Music Press, 1981

See http://www.dextermorrill.com/index.php for other contact info. The computer music accompaniment is on a compact disc entitled, Computer music: recordings (accompaniments) for live performance, v. 1. “The third movement uses the tape part from the FANTASY QUINTET first movement”” — program notes. Movements: I. Overture, II. Cadenzas, III. Ringing (C), IV. Dance.

Morris, Franklin E. (1920- )

Five Esoteric Pieces (1955)

Performed by the Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet. Originally scored as a string quartet.

Morris, Valarie

Cloud Dances

Santa Fe, NM: Sandscape Publications, 2007

See also: http://www.sandscapepublications.com/about/skyval.html

Morse, Richard William (1911- )

The Griesinger Suite: Chronicle of a Family

Manuscript (& facsimile): Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York

Clarinet in B-flat or A. Movements: No. 1. Once upon a time, No. 2. Morning ride, No. 3. Mood for clarinet, No. 4. David and the cat, No. 5. Interlude, No. 6. Sally goes a-walking, No. 7. Berceuse for Alan, No. 8. Festivity.

Mortari, Virgilio (1902-1993)

Petite Offrande Musicale

Paris: A. Leduc

Mortel, L. van de

Preludio e Canzone

New York: McGinnis & Marx

The King’s Hunting Jig

New York: McGinnis & Marx

John Bull

New York: McGinnis & Marx

Mortelmans, Lodewijk (1868-1952)

Eenzame Herder – Berger Solitaire (Der einsame Hirte) (1920)

Antwerp: Metropolis Editions /

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM)

Duration: 1:30. Also a version for flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, bassoon and 2 horns.

Mortensen, Finn (1922-1983)

Quintet, Op. 4 (1951)

Kobenhavn: W. Hansen, 1957

Duration: 15:00. Oboe doubles English horn.

Barbera Secrist-Schmides says the first movement “displays a youthful and disarming freshness of style, while the melodic outpouring in the ensuing movement touches on more pastoral and meditative moods. The final movement is a double fugue.”
Arthur Cohn calls this “Hindemithian.”

Suite, Op. 36 (1972)

Oslo: Norsk Musikforlag, 1974

Duration: 12:30. Flute doubles piccolo, clarinet doubles Tenor Sax and E-flat clarinet, Horn doubles on Wagner tuba.

According to the composer, “The first movement presents the five wind soloists. In the second movement I have tried to convey what my pointillism sounded like to audiences towards the close of the 1950s. In the last movement I imagine how people listen to my first wind quintet from 1951 as I make the voices go up and down mechanically, imitating one another in an obvious, slightly comical manner, finishing abruptly on an E-flat major chord which indicates that the piece is at its end.”
Also see Arthur Cohn, The Literature of Chamber Music, 1997, for a further description.

Mortensen, Otto (1907-1986)

Quintette, Op. 4 (1944)

Kobenhavn: W. Hansen, 1945

Oboe doubles on English horn. Duration: 18:45.

Morthenson, Jan Wilhelm (1940- )

Strano, for wood-wind quintet and tape (1984)

Stockholm: Edition Reimers, 1988

Duration: 6:50.

Kindertotenlied for wood-wind quintet and tape (1979)

Stockholm/Bromma: Edition Reimers, 1984

For flute/piccolo, oboe, clarinet/bass clarinet/ clarinet in E-flat, horn, bassoon, and “stereo tape with the voice of Staffan Nygren, 3 years old, together with electronic sounds.” Duration: 9:40.

Soli (1974)

Stockholm/Bromma: Edition Reimers, 1979 /

Flute doubles on alto flute, oboe doubles on English horn. Duration: 15:00.

Morton, Jelly Roll (born Ferdinand Joseph Lemott) (1890-1941)

The Pearls (1920) (arr. Don Stewart)

Tunbridge, Vt.: Trillenium Music Co.,1994

Duration: 4:00.

Morton, Lawrence(1924-1987)

Traditional Winds Quintet (1971)

Premiered by the Dorian Wind Quintet.

Mosca, Luca (1957- )

Otto Miniature, Op. 10 (1982)

Milano: Zerboni, 1986

Movements: Shelob; Smaug; Eowyn and the Nazgul; Siege of Minas Tirith; Lothlorien; Bilbo at Rivendell; Gollum; The Return of Gandalf.

Obviously, miniatures based on The Lord of the Rings. [Andrew Brandt]

Mosely, Euan

Six Diversions for Wind Quintet

Mancester, UK: Da Capo Music, www.dacapomusic.co.uk

Mosquera, Roberto (1957- )

5 Piezas para Quinteto de Viento (2008)

Barcelona: Periferia Music

Moss, Lawrence (Kenneth) (1927- )

Woodwind Quintet, Various Birds (1987)

New York: McGinnis & Marx Music Pub., 1991 /

Movements: Bird chatter; Bird song; Happy bird-day; Prelude; Flight (Fuga).

Auditions for Woodwind Quintet and Tape (1971)

New York: C. Fischer, 1973

Duration: 11:10.See also: http://www.lawrencemossymusic.com/ . Performed by the Dorian Wind Quintet.

Arthur Cohn states that the first movement mimics warm-ups before an audition, the second (more serious) movement adds tape.

The Woods (2008)

Northeastern Music Publications: Roncorp

Premiered by the Capitol Woodwind Quintet. Movements: Birds; Water; Alone; Carefree. Review, notes and PDF of the score available: http://www.lawrencemossymusic.com/about/thewoods.html

Moss, Piotr (1949- )

Retours

Duration: 19:00. Recorded, 1997, on ISPV 182 CD ProViva by the Warsaw Wind Quintet Da Camera. Composer is Polish.

Moszkowski, Moritz (1854-1925)

Étincelles (Sparks) (arr. ?)

Trevco Music Publishing

Uses piccolo instead of flute. Originally “Étincelles”, Op. 36, No. 6 for piano, from 8 Characteristic Pieces.

Motte, Diether de la (1928-2010)

Quintet (1954)

Self published

Mouguet, Jules (1867-1946)

Suite (for woodwind quintet and 2nd clarinet)

Paris: Lemoine

Moulaert, Pierre (1907-1967)

Passepied en Rondo (1940)

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1968

Duration: 10:00. Pierre is the son of Raymond Moulaert (below) and there seems to be some confusion over which of the two wrote some of these pieces and their exact instrumentation.

Moulaert, Raymond (1875-1962)

Petite Flore (1937) for woodwind quintet and medium voice

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM)

Text by Maurice Careme. Duration: 15:00.

Sextett (1925) for woodwind quintet and harp

Brussels: Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale, 1968

Duration: 23:00.

This is not in CeBeDeM’s current catalog, and I suspect that the sources are repeating an incorrect entry for the Sextet for woodwind quintet and piano (listed on our woodwinds & keyboard page, link below), but with the instrumentation for the Concert, below. [Andrew Brandt]

Concert (1950) for woodwind quintet and harp

Bruxelles: Le Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale (CeBeDeM), 1962

Duration: 20:00.

Mouquet, Jules(1867-1946)

Septuor for flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons and horn

Paris: Heni Lemoine, 1910

Symphonietta in C Major, Op. 12 for double woodwind quintet

Paris: Lemoine

Moura, Eli-Eri (1963- )

Peixe Vivo

Lopez, WA: Brazilian Music Enterprises, 1995

Mouret, Jean-Joseph (1682-1738)

Suite de Symphonies (arr. Angela Casagrande)

Includes two movements, Allegro and Allegro con brio, from the suite, including the one formerly used as the theme to U.S. Public TV’s Masterpiece Theatre. Recorded by the Fine Arts Quintet of Ottawa, Canada.

Rondeau (arr. Albert Ligotti)

Wiltshire Music / Cor Publishing Co.

Fanfare–Rondeau (arr. Albert Ligotti)

Published by the arranger

Available on Scribd http://www.scribd.com/

Mowitz, Ira J. (1951- )

Woodwind Quintet (1975)

American Music Center, 1975

Moylan, William (1956- )

Wind Quintet (1979, although a Wikipedia entry lists it from 1961)

Wind Quintet No. 2 (1985)

New York: Seesaw Music Corp., 1986

Duration: 14:00. Movements: Distant; as a vague memory; Scherzo; Montage/Metamorphosis.

Distant – as a Vague Memory

New York: American Music Center

Duration: 6:00. (Either a movement from Quintet No. 2 published separately, or an expansion of it.)

Moyse, Louis (1912-2007)

Quintet “In Memoriam Bohuslav Martinu” (1961)

New York: McGinnis-Marx, 1966

Barbera Secrist-Schmides reports “The haunting oboe solo of the second movement is based on the name of the composer for whom the piece is dedicated…. One of the most difficult works in the wind quintet repertoire.” Composer is the son of flutist Marcel Moyse.

Moyzes, Alexander (1906-1984)

Dychove kvinteto (Woodwind Quintet) in B-flat major, Op. 17a (1933)

Leipzig: N. Simrock, 1943 /

Praha: Statne hudobne vydavatel stvo, 1964

Movements: Grave. Allegro moderato; Andante appasionato; Scherzo; Molto adagio; Allegro.Duration: 20:00. Slovak composer, son of Mikulas Moyzes (below). See also: http://hc.sk/en/hudba/osobnost-detail/985-alexander-moyzes

Moyzes, Mikuláš(1872-1944)

Quintet in F Major (1934)

Bratislava: Slovensky Hudobny Fond, 1981

Edited by Alexander Moyzes from manuscript. Slovak composer, Mikuláš is father of Alexander Moyzes (above). See also: http://hc.sk/en/hudba/osobnost-detail/1008-mikulas-moyzes

also:

Dychové Sexteto As dur (Woodwind Sextet in A-flat Major) (1934) for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and 2 horns.

Mozart, Franz Xaver (1791-1844)

Zwei Polonaisen (Two Polonaises), Op. 22 (arr. Karl Hermann Pillney)

Frankfurt am Main: Musikverlag Zimmermann, 1978

Mozart, Leopold(1719-1787)

Two Sleigh Rides (Musikalische Schlittenfahrt) (arr. David Bussick) for double woodwind quintet

Tempe, Arizona: Whichpond Music, 2011

First sleigh ride is Schlittenfahrt by Leopold Mozart; the secon is Wolfgang Mozart’s German Dance, K. 605, No. 3.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadée (1756-1791)
arrangements

 

K. 1-5, versions of the first five works by Mozart (arr. Stefan Hakenberg)

See the entry under Hakenberg on this list. See also: http://stefanhakenberg.com/ctl/wrks.html .

Adagio and Allegro for Mechanical Organ in F minor, K. 594 (1790) (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records. Duration: 8:35.

Adagio and Allegro “Ein Stück für ein Orgelwerk in einer Uhr” K. 594 (1790) (arr. Ross Taylor)

San Antonio: Southern Music

See also different versions listed as the Fantasy in F Minor, K. 594, below.

Adagio and Fugue, K. 546 (arr. Kenneth Bray)

Eighth Note Publications; see also http://www.windmusicsales.com/

Adagio, B-flat Major, K.V.411 (1785) (arr. Gunther Weigelt)

Muenchen, Leipzig: Leuckart, 1954

Arrangement of a quintet (now K. 484a) for 2 clarinets and 3 Basset horns.

Adagio, K. 440a, (411) in B-flat Major (1785) (arranger not listed)

Boston: The Cundy-Bettoney Co., Inc., 1939

Arrangement of the quintet (now K. 484a) for 2 clarinets and 3 Basset horns.

Adagio and Rondo (arr. Kerry Camden)

There’s no indication of which Adagio and Rondo this is in the listing.

Adagio for 2 Clarinets and 3 Basset Horns in B-flat major, K. 411 (484a) (1785) (arr. for woodwind quintet by Mordechai Rechtman)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records.

Adagio for 2 Clarinets and 3 Basset Horns in F Major, K. 410 (484d) (1785) (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records. Duration: 1:35.

Adagio for Glass Harmonica in C Major, K. 356 (617a) (1791) (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records. Duration: 3:28.

Adagio for Glass Harmonica, K.356 (arr. Paxton Girtmon)

Woodbridge, NJ: Duma Music, 2013

Adagio in B-flat Major (arr. Sobeck)

Hannover: Lehne (no longer in business)

Adagio in B-flat Major, K. 411 (arr. Mark Popkin)

Charlotte, NC: Alry, 1998

Adagio in B-flat Major (arr. Altmann)

Hofmeister, 1974

Adagio in B Minor, K. 540 (1788)

New York: International Music Co.

Originally for piano solo.

Adagio in F Minor and Allegro in F Major, K. 594 (1790) (arr. Wolfgang Sebastian Meyer)

Hamburg: Hans Sikorski, 1970

See also different versions listed as the Fantasy in F Minor, K. 594, below.

Adagio in F Minor and Allegro in F Major, K. 594 (arr. Karl Hermann Pillney)

Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1970

See also different versions listed as the Fantasy in F Minor, K. 594, below.

Adagio in C Minor and Rondo in C Major (originally for Glass Harmonica) (arr. Peter Heckl)

Wien: Doblinger

Allegro Concertante (arr. Lucien Cailliet)

New York: McGinnis & Marx

Allegro Concertante (arr. Campbell-Watson)

New York: M. Witmark & Sons, Warner Brothers Music, 1932

Andante for Mechanical Organ in F Major, K. 616 (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records. Duration: 6:13.

Andante “für eine Walze in eine kleine Orgel,” KV.616 (1791) (arr. Wolfgang Sebastian Meyer)

Hamburg: Musikverlag Hans Sikorski, 1957

Originally written for mechanical organ.

Andante fuer eine Orgelwalze, K. 616 (1791) (arr. Frans Vester)

London: Mills Music, 1963 / Milano: G. Ricordi & Co.

Originally written for mechanical organ.

Andante in F Major, K. 616 (1791) (arr. Wolfgang Sebastian Meyer)

New York: International Music Co.

Originally written for mechanical organ.

Andante and Menuetto (arr. Gustave Langenus)

Allegro (1785) (from Quartet for Piano and Strings, K. 478 in G Minor)

New York: Consort Trios, 1973

Originally for piano, violin, viola, cello.

Nonet in G minor, based on the Piano Quartet, KV 478 / (1785) (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings

Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and double bass.Duration: 26:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Nonet in D Major, based on the String Quintet, KV 593 (1790) (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings

Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and double bass.Duration: 25:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

“Allegro” from Concerto for Bassoon, K. 191 (arr. Bill Bjornes, Jr. & David Marlatt)

Eighth Note Publications; see also http://www.windmusicsales.com/

Features the bassoon, naturally; first movement of the concerto.

Cassatione (arr. Maros)

Budapest: Editio Musica Budapesta

Mozart wrote at least 4 cassations but this listing gives no idea which one this is.

“Adagio” from the Clarinet Concerto (arr. ?)

Richmond, Virginia: International Opus

The clarinet part is identical to the slow movement of Mozart’s concerto, with the other instruments providing the accompaniment.

Deutscher Tanz (arr. Buringer)

Library of Congress

One of many German Dances by Mozart.

Dissonance [Quartet], K. 465 (1785) (arr. Geoffrey Emerson)

Ampleforth, North Yorkshire: Emerson Editions, Ltd.

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DIVERTIMENTO ARRANGEMENTS

Divertimento

Boosey & Hawkes

This was listed in B&H’s catalog, but it gives absolutely no idea which Divertimento it is. That’s really dumb, B&H!

Divertimento in D Major, KV136 (arr. Takenori Nemoto)

Movements: Allegro; Andante; Presto.

Divertimento No. 3, K. 166 (arr. Darrell Goforth)

Published by the arranger, see Boston, MA.: Ione Press

Uses English horn instead of oboe. Examine score at http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Divertimento Nr. 8 in F Major, K. 213 (1775) (arr. Gunther Weigelt)

Munich: F. E. C. Leuckart

Originally for 2 oboes, 2 horns, 2 bassoons.

Divertimento No. 8 in F Major, K. 213 (1775) (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

See also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/ to examine score.

Divertimento Nr. 9, B-flat Major, K.V. 240 (arr. Gunther Weigelt)

Munich: F. E. C. Leuckart, 1936 / New York: Associate Music Pub.

Originally for 2 oboes, 2 horns, 2 bassoons.

Divertimento No. 12 in E-flat Major, KV. 252 [now K.240a] (1776) (arr. Werner Rottler)

Munich: F. E. C. Leuckart Verlag

Originally for 2 oboes, 2 horns, 2 bassoons.

Divertimento No. 12 in E-flat Major, KV. 252 [now K.240a] (1776) (arr. Raymond Bryant)

London: Galliard, Ltd.

Divertimento No. 12 in E-flat Major, KV. 252 [now K.240a] (1776)
(arr. C. M. Jensen)

Naperville, Illinois: Crescendo Music (Fema Music), 1974

Divertimento No. 12 in E-flat Major, KV. 252 [now K.240a] (1776) (arr. Darrell Goforth)

Published by the arranger. View score: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Divertimento No. 12 in E-flat Major, KV. 252 [now K.240a] (arr. John Jay Hilfiger)

Salem, CT: Cimarron Music Press cimarronmusic.com

Divertimento No. 12 in E-flat Major, KV. 252 [now K.240a] (arr. Guy du Cheyron)

Accolade Musikverlag

Divertimento Nr. 13, in F Major, K. 253 (1776) (arr. Gunther Weigelt)

Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, New York: Associated Music Pub., 1932

Originally for 2 oboes, 2 horns, 2 bassoons.

Divertimento Nr. 14 in B-flat Major, K. 270 (1777) (arr. Gunther Weigelt)

Munich: F. E. C. Leuckart Verlag /

Leipzig: C.G. Roder

Originally for 2 oboes, 2 horns, and 2 bassoons.

Divertimento Nr. 14 in B-flat Major, K. 270 (1777) (arr. Anthony Baines)

London: Oxford University Press, 1961

Originally for 2 oboes, 2 horns, and 2 bassoons.

Divertimento Nr. 14 in B-flat Major, K. 270 (1777) (arr. van de Moortel)

Brussels: Editions Musicales Brogneaux

Divertimento Nr. 14 in B-flat Major, K. 270 (1777) (arr. Maros)

Budapest: Editio Musica Budapesti

Divertimento Nr. 14 in B-flat Major, K. 270 (1777) (arr. George Waln)

Park Ridge, Ill.: N. A. Kjos, 1975

Divertimento No. 16 in E-flat Major, K. 289/271g (1777) (arr. Ronald M. Krentzman)

R&M Music Publications, 100 Pettit Dr., South Meriden, CT 06540-4971

Originally for 2 oboes, 2 horns, and 2 bassoons.

Divertimento No. 16 in E-flat Major, K. 289/271g (1777) (arr. Werner Rottler)

Munich: F. E. C. Leuckart Verlag

Divertimento in E-flat Major for 3 Basset horns, K. 439b, No. 1 (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Holzkirchen, Germany: Accolade Musikverlag

Movements: Allegro; Minuet; Adagio; Minuet; Rondo.

Reviewer Ron Klimko calls this a “gem.” “The timbres are particularly beautifully handled here, and the individual parts — in their very simplicity — would require a deft ensemble to make it work.” It is “one of Mordechai’s very best.” (Double Reed, Vol. 24, No. 4)

“Minuet”” from Divertimento No. 17 [?] (K. 223[?]) (arr. Lee M. Lockhart)

New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1932

Originally for 2 horns and string quartet, according to library catalogs. But K. 223 is incorrect, and Divertimento No. 17 (K. 320b) is not for 2 horns and string quartet. So the origins of this arrangement are mysterious.

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Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen (arr. Lin Yizhi Ernest)

Published by the arranger; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

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EINE KLEINE NACHTMUSIK, K. 525 (1787)

Eine kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Melanie Bradford)

New York: Symphony Reproductions, 1988

Eine kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Ullrich)

Leipzig: F. Hofmeister, 1974

Eine kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Duration: 21:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Carson Rothrock)

Chesapeake, VA: Bill Holcombe’s Musicians Pub’s (http://billholcombe.com/)

“Allegro” from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Arthur Ephross)

San Antonio: Southern Music Co.

“Allegro” from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Sjoerd van der Veen)

Published by the arranger, 2011

The title in the arranger’s score doesn’t explain it is just the first movement, you need to download the score to tell. Available on Scribd http://www.scribd.com/

“Allegro” and “Menuetto” from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik

New York: Symphony Reproductions, Ltd.

“Romance and Menuet” from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Arthur Ephross)

San Antonio: Southern Music Co., 1992

“Rondo” from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Arthur Ephross)

San Antonio: Southern Music Co.

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (arr. Michael Axtell)

Available from the arranger

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EXSULTATE JUBILATE

“Allegro” from Exsultate, jubilate (arr. Bill Holcombe)

W. Trenton, NJ: Musicians Publications.

“Allegro” from Exultate Jubilate (arr. ?)

San Antonio: Southern Music Co.

“Alleluja” from Exultate Jubilate (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Features the flute.

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Fantasia for Mechanical Organ in F Minor, K. 608 (1791) (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records. Duration: 10:30.

Fantasia for Mechanical Organ in F Minor, K. 608 (1791) (arr. William Purvis)

San Antonio: Southern Music Co., 2015

Fantaisie, KV. 476 (arr. Bernard de Vienne, 2006)

Fantasie F-moll (Adagio and Allegro for a Musical Clock), KV 594 (1790) (arr. Karl Hermann Pillney)

Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1966

See also versions of Adagio and Allegro K. 594, listed above.

Fantasy in F Minor,”Ein Stuck fur ein Orgelwerk in eine Uhr” K. 594 (1790) (arr. Wolfgang Sebastian Meyer)

Hamburg: Hans Sikorski Musikverlag, 1957

See also versions of Adagio and Allegro K. 594, listed above.

Fantasy in F Minor, K. 594 (1790) (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Manuscript. Performed by the Aulos Quintet.

See also versions of Adagio and Allegro K. 594, listed above.

Fantasy, K. 594 (1790) (arr. William Purvis)

San Antonio, TX: Southern Music Co. (distributed by Hal Leonard)

Fantasie (in F Minor), K. 608 (arr. Spiegel)

Hamburg: Hans Sikorski, 1958

Fantasie (in F Minor), K. 608 (arr. Karl Hermann Pillney)

Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel

Fantasie (in F Minor), K. 608 (arr. Ross Taylor)

Portland, Or.: Editions Viento, 2004

Fantasy in F Minor,”Ein Orgelstuck fur eine Uhr” K. 608 (arr. Wolfgang Sebastian Meyer)

Hamburg: Hans Sikorski Musikverlag /

New York: McGinnis & Marx /

New York: International Music Co.

Fantasie für eine Orgelwalze, K. 608 (arr. Frans Vester)

Milano: G. Ricordi & Co. /

Melville, New York: Belwin-Mills Music, 1970

Fantasie fur eine Orgelwalze, K. 608 (arr. Don Stewart)

Sarasota, FL: Trillenium Music Company, 2013

Fantasy in F Minor, K. 608(arr. William Purvis)

San Antonio, TX: Southern Music Co. (Distributed by Hal Leonard)

Galimathias Musicum K. 32 (arranged)

Performed by Windscape. Duration: 0:35.

Gigue for Keyboard in G Major, K. 574 (1789)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records. Duration: 1:26.

Horn Concerto in E-flat, K. 495, second movement “Romanza” (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

May be performed on natural Horn in F.

Horn Concerto No. 4, 2nd and 3rd movements (arr. Adam Lesnick)

Richmond, Virginia: International Opus

A transcription of the “Adagio” and “Rondo” movements.

Horn Quintet KV 407 [now K.386c] (1782) for horn, violin, 2 violas, and cello, arranged for woodwind quintet (solo horn) (arr. Kenneth C. Henslee)

Tucson, AZ (P.O. Box 41524, Tucson 85717-1524): K.C. Henslee, 1996

Horn Quintet in E-flat major K.407 (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Includes both Horn in E-flat and Horn in F parts. (Original key to perform on natural horn.) The complete work. Duration: 12:00. May be able to purchase individual movements, too.

Hunt Quartet [Jagd Quartett], K. 458 (1784) (arr. Geoffrey Emerson)

Ampleforth, York: Emerson Edition

Impressario Overture (arr. Sean Osborn)

Octogram Press, see http://www.osbornmusic.com/

March in C Major, K.V. 408/ No. 1 [now K. 383e, No. 1] (arr. Walter Jiranek)

Vienna, Munich: Ludwig Doblinger, 1991

Easy looking arrangement.

Menuet (arr. Waln)

New York: McGinnis & Marx /

San Diego, California: Neil A. Kjos Music, 1946

This is the same work as the “Minuet” in the Andraud “Yellow Books.”

Davyd Breeskin states that this is from the third movement from string quartet in D minor, K. 421. He says that the Kjos arrangment “has two advantages over the [Andraud version]: the road map is the same for all players, and the clarinet is in B-flat.”

Minuet No. 6, K. 355 [now K. 576b] (1789) (arr. Mark Popkin)

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: Theodore Presser

Originally written for keyboard.

Minuet for Piano in D Major, K. 355 (576b) (1786-1787) (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records.

Minuet, from the Symphony in G minor (K. 550) (arr. Frank Henri Klickmann)

New York: Standard Music Publications (now defunct), 1936

Minuet and German Dance (arr. Andraud)

San Antonio: Southern Music

Oboe Quartet, K.370 [K. 368b] (arr. Andrew Nathaniel White??)

Washington, D.C.: Andrew’s Musical Enterprises, 1982

Overture in C (arr. Trevor Cramer?)

Tallevast, FL: TrevCo Music

Overture in B-flat (arr. Trevor Cramer?)

Tallevast, FL: TrevCo Music

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PIANO SONATAS:

Piano Sonata No. 7 in C Major, K. 309, 1st movement (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Piano Sonata No. 9 in D Major, K. 311 (2nd movement, “Andante”) (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K. 331 (300i), third movement “Rondo alla Turca” (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K. 331 (300i), third movement “Rondo alla Turca” (arr. Michael Axtell) for double woodwind quintet

Published by the arranger, axtellmusic[at]gmail.com

Divertimento in B-flat major, based on the Piano Sonata for 4 Hands, KV 358 / 186c (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings

Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and double bass. Duration: 17:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Nonet in D Major based on the Sonata for two Pianos, KV 448 / 375a (1781) (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings

Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and double bass. Duration: 18:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Divertimento in D Major, based on the Piano Sonata for 4 hands, KV 381 / 123a (1773-74) (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings

Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and double bass.Duration: 16:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Piano Sonata No. 16 in B-flat major, K. 570, second movement “Adagio” (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Piano Sonata No. 16 in C, K. 545, 1st movement (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Piano Sonata No. 19, K. 547a (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Sonata for 2 Pianos, KV 448 (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and string quartet (violin, viola, cello, bass)

Duration: 26:00. See http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/

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STRING QUARTETS AND QUINTETS AND RONDOS:

[String Quartet, No. 14], K. 387 in G Major (1782) (arr. Geoffrey Emerson)

Yorkshire: The Red Hedgehog (45 Falsgrave Rd., Scarborough, Yorkshire, England) or gwemerson[at]argonet.co.uk

String Quartet No. 14 in G Major, K. 387 “Spring” (arr. William Purvis)

San Antonio, TX: Southern Music Co.

Part of The New York Woodwind Quintet Library Series.

[String Quartet], K. 575 in D Major (1789) (arr. Geoffrey Emerson)

Yorkshire: The Red Hedgehog (45 Falsgrave Rd., Scarborough, Yorkshire, England) or gwemerson[at]argonet.co.uk

[String Quartet], K. 465 “Dissonance” (1785) (arr. Geoffrey Emerson)

Yorkshire: The Red Hedgehog (45 Falsgrave Rd., Scarborough, Yorkshire, England) or gwemerson[at]argonet.co.uk

Quintet from 11th String quartet, KV 171 (1773) (arr. Eberhard Ramm)

Bellingham, Wash.: Medici Music Press, 1987

Quintet in C Minor, (after Serenade No. 12 K. 388, and Quintet, K. 406) (arr. by Mordechai Rechtman)

New York: McGinnis & Marx Music Pub., 1991

Recorded by the Danish Wind Quintet. Reviewer said this arrangement is “a must for every serious wind quintet” then gets even more complimentary!

Quintett C-moll (K.V. 406) (after String Quintet, K.V. 406 [now K. 516b]) (1787) (arr. Werner Rottler)

Munchen: F. E. C. Leuckart, 1967

Horn Quintet, K. 407 (arr. Kenneth C. Henslee)

Tucson, AZ (P.O. Box 41524, Tucson 85717-1524): Kenneth C. Henslee, 1997, 1996.

Originally for horn, 2 violas, cello.

Quintet in E-flat, No. 3, K. 407, Third Movement (arr. David Werden)

Salem, CT: Cimarron Music Press cimarronmusic.com

Quintet in D minor, K. 422 [?] (arr. Snieckowski)

Warsaw: Polski Wydawnictwo Muzyczne, 1968

Incorrectly listed as K. 422.

“Movement 3” from Quintet in E-flat, No. 3, K. 407 (arr. David R. Werden)

Salem, Ct.: Cimarron Music Press, 2007 cimarronmusic.com

Features the horn.

Quintet in F major, K. 370 [K. 368b] (1781) (Arr. Lucien Cailliet)

Philadelphia: Elkan-Vogel, 1947

Originally for violin, viola, cello and oboe. Better known as the famous Oboe Quartet.

Quintet in F Minor, K. 171 [?] (arr. ?)

New York: McGinnis & Marx Music Pub.

Originally for flute and string quartet. K. 171 is an erroneous Köchel number.

Quintet in G Minor, K. 516c (arr. ?)

Paris: Alphonse Leduc

Description says this was originally for string quintet, but the Köchel catalog lists this as a work for clarinet and string quartet.

Quintet in G Minor, K. 478 (1785)(probably arranged by Geoffrey Emerson)

Ampleforth, North Yorkshire: Emerson Editions, Ltd.

Originally a quartet for piano and strings.

Two Short Quintets (arr. Andraud)

San Antonio: Southern Music, 1975

Rondo (from Rondo in D for Piano K. 485) (1786) (arr. Peter C. Vollmers)

Neil A. Kjos Music Company

Duration: 6:10.

Rondo in D Major, K. 485 (1786) (arr. Rodriguez)

Originally for solo keyboard.

Rondo, K. 376 [now K. 374d] (arr. Kesnar)

Originally for violin and keyboard.

Rondo, K. 485 (arr. ?)

Alhambra, distributed by G. Schirmer

Duration: 6:00. Originally for piano.

Rondo in A Minor, K. 511 (arr. Hans-Georg Renner)

Edition 49; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

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SERENADES

Serenade No. 10 in B-flat Major, K. 361 (also known as the “Gran Partita”) (arr. by John McDonough)

London: Cramer Music, 1998

Serenade No. 10 was written for 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 basset horns, 2 bassoons, 4 horns and double bass (sometimes performed by a contrabassoonist). At about 50 minutes, it is Mozart’s biggest and longest work for winds. The 7 movements are: 1. Largo–Molto Allegro; 2. Menuetto; 3. Adagio; 4. Menuetto. Allegretto; 5. Romance. Adagio; 6. Tema con variazioni, and 7. Finale. Molto Allegro. The work was probably written in 1781 or 1782. The name “Gran Partita” (or Parthia, below) was later added to the work. Scores, including a replica of the original manuscript, are available for download on the International Music Score Library Project. The challenges of distilling 13 parts down to 5 is not trivial, even for the best of arrangers. [Andrew Brandt]

Serenade No. 10 in B-flat Major, K. 361 (Gran Partita) (arr. Darrell Goforth)

Published by the arranger. See also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Movements sold separately. Not certain if all the movements are included, but definitely includes movements 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7.

“Rondo” from Serenade No. 10 in B-flat Major, K. 361 (Gran Partita) (arr. Mark A. Craig)

Seattle, WA: Alry Publications

Serenade No. 10 in B-flat Major, K. 361 (Gran Partita) (arr. John Whitfield)

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, http://www.phylloscopus.co.uk/

“Rondo” from Serenade for 13 Winds, K.361 [now K. 370a] (arr. Daniel Braden)

New York, N.Y.: Symphony Reproductions, 1989

From the Grand Serenade in B-flat Major (Serenade No. 10). The Köchel catalog doesn’t list any of the movements as a Rondo, but it’s probably the finale.

Parthia in B: nach der Oktettfassung der Gran Partita KV 361/370a (arr. Robert Ostermeyer)

Leipzig: Ostermeyer, 2005

Serenade No. 11 in E-flat Major, K. 375 (1781) (arr. David Walter)

Paris: Gerard Billaudot, 1999

Mozart wrote two versions of Serenade No. 11. The original was for 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons and 2 horns. written on Oct. 15, 1781. The second version of 1782 added 2 oboes. The Serenade has five movements: 1. Allegro maestoso; 2. Menuetto; 3. Adagio; 4. Menuetto, and 5. Allegro. Scores for both versions may be downloaded from the International Music Score Library Project, including a copy of the original manuscript (in the sextet version). [Andrew Brandt]

Serenade No. 11 in E-flat Major, K. 375 (1781) (arr. Friedrich Gabler)

Wien: Doblinger, 2005

“Minuet” from Serenade No. 11 in E-flat Major, K. 375 (arr. John Jay Hilfiger)

Wehr’s Music House

Rondo from Serenade, No. 11 (K. 375) (arr. Harry Hirsch)

O. Ditson, 1937

Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K. 388 [now K. 384a] (arr. Mariano Frogioni)

The Serenade in C Minor, K. 388 (later renumbered as K. 384a), was written for 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons and 2 horns, in or about 1782. The movements are: 1. Allegro; 2. Andante; 3. Menuetto (and Trio), and 4. Allegro. Mozart later arranged this music as a String Quintet, K. 406/516b. This latter version is the one that Mordechai Rechtmann (and possibly others) arranged for woodwind quintet. Personally, K. 388 is my favorite of all the Serenades for winds. The original score and parts (including the original manuscript) are available for download from the International Music Score Library Project. [Andrew Brandt].

Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K. 388 [now K. 384a] (1782) (arr. David Walter)

Paris: Gerard Billaudot, 1999.

Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K. 388 [now K. 384a] (1782) (arr. Darrell Goforth)

Published by the arranger. See also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K. 388 [now K. 384a] (1782) (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Duration: 24:00. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K. 388 [now K. 384a] (1782) (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Movements: Allegro; Andant; Menuetto in Canone; Allegro. Recorded by the Israel Woodwind Quintet on Meridian Records. Duration: 25:00. This arrangement is probably the same as the one for K. 406 (see the next entry), but it’s not clear.

Wind Serenade in C minor, K. 406 (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)

Accolade Musikverlag

Mozart arranged his own octet version of the Serenade No. 12 in C Minor (K. 388) for string quintet, K. 406. Mordechai Rechtman, in turn, re-arranged the string version of this piece for woodwind quintet, making it sound much like the original wind version.

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Sinfonia Concertante (arr. Don Stewart) for double woodwind quintet

Sarasota, Florida: Trillenium Music Company

An arrangement of the Sinfonia Concertante for winds. Duration: 30:00. The arrangement appears to include an optional double bass.

Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 358 [now K. 186c] (arr. Ryohei Nakagawa)

New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1970

Originally for piano, 4 hands.

Sonata in F Major, K. 381 [now K. 123a] (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Manuscript.

Performed by the Aulos Quintet. Originally in D Major and for piano, 4 hands.

Symphony No. 38 “Prague”, K. 504 (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for double woodwind quintet

Duration: 22:00. See http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Paris Symphony (No. 31), K. 297 in C (arr. Carl Andreas Goepfert)

Siegertshofen, Germany: Floricor Editions http://www.floricor-editions.com/

Carl Andreas Goepfert (1768-1818), arranged this symphony about 1810 for 2 oboes (or 2 flutes), 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns and trumpet. Complete symphony in 3 movements: Allegro assai; Andante; Allegro. Duration: 22:00. The first clarinet part is described as virtuosic.

First movement “Molto allegro” from Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550 (arr. Ray Thompson) for double woodwind quintet

Score Exchange, http://www.scoreexchange.com/scores/179225.html

Duration: 7:00.

“Menuetto” from Symphony No. 40 (arr. Booth Simpson)

West Roxbury, MA: Earnestly Music, 2015

Turkish March (arr. William Scribner)

Richmond, Virginia: International Opus

Duration: 3:00. Originally for piano.

Ten Variations on an Air of Christoph W. Gluck, K. 455 (arr. Mark Popkin)

Amsterdam: Edition Compusic, [1997?]

Twelve Variations, K. 265[?] (arr. Mark Popkin)

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: Theodore Presser

K. 265/271f is a Trio Sonata for 2 violins and basso. Nothing is listed in the Köchel catalog about 12 Variations in that work, but there is a “12 Variations for Piano, K. 354/299a.” Perhaps that is the real source for this quintet arrangement.

Two selections from the ballet Les Petits Riens (arr. Philip Gordan) K. Anh. 10 (K. 299b)

Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Elkan-Vogel, 1984

Duration: 3:00.

Variations on Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (Ah, vous dirai-je maman), K. 265 [now K. 300e] (1778) (arr. Eberhard Ramm)

St. Cloud, MN: Medici Music Press, 1983

Variations on Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (Ah, vous dirai-je maman), K. 265 (arr. Mark Popkin)

Bryn Mawr, PA: Theodore Presser Co.

Variations on Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (Ah, vous dirai-je maman), K. 265/300e (arr. John Whitfield)

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, http://www.phylloscopus.co.uk/

Variations on Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (Ah, vous dirai-je maman), K. 265 (arr. Ray Thompson)

Published by the arranger, see Boston, MA.: Ione Press

The arranger wrote the horn part to be performed on a natural C-basso horn, but a Horn in F part is also included.

Violin Sonata in E Minor, K. 304/300c (1778), arranged for woodwind quintet Robert G. Patterson

Memphis, TN: Great River Music

Score and parts available from the International Music Score Library Project, http://imslp.org/wiki/Violin_Sonata_in_E_minor,_K.304/300c_(Mozart,_Wolfgang_Amadeus)

Viennese Sonatina (arr. Jerry Nowak)

Glenmore, PA: Roncorp, 2012

Catalog doesn’t say which sonatina this is. 4 movements:
Allegro; Minuetto; Adagio; Rondo.

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Menuet & Trio: Movement III, Symphony No. 40 (arr. Nicholas J. Contorno)

Delevan, NY: Kendor Music

Apparently a student level arrangement. Duration: 5:25.

Allegro Assai: Movement IV, Symphony No. 40 (arr. Nicholas J. Contorno)

Delevan, NY: Kendor Music

“Laudate Dominum” from Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, K. 399 (arr. Steven Verhaert)

Golden River Music

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MOZART OPERA EXCERPTS:

COSÌ FAN TUTTE

Così fan tutte Ouverture (for double woodwind quintet plus double bass, arr. by Stumpf) (ca. 1810)

Amsterdam: Edition Compusic

“Stumpf” (the arranger in this, the next piece, and more below) likely refers to the bassoonist, Johann Christian Stumpf (1740 or 1763 – 1801), but could also be Andreas Stumpff or a member of his family (but those Stumpfs were all string players). See International Music Score Library Project for some biograpical info (but not a copy of this work), http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Stumpf,_Johann_Christian .

15 Movements from Così fan tutte (arr. for double woodwind quintet plus trumpet and double bass, arr. by Stumpf) (ca. 1810)

Manuscript parts in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.

“È amore un ladroncello” from
Così fan tutte (arr. Lance Baker) for double woodwind quintet

Published by the arranger

Così fan tutte , No. 28, Dorabella’s aria, arranged for 2 flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoon, 2 horns in B alto.

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DON GIOVANNI

“La Ci Darem La Mano” from Don Giovanni

New York: Symphony Reproductions, Ltd.

“La Ci Darem La Mano” from Act I duet, Don Giovanni) (arr. Bill Schuetter)

Imagine Music; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Duration: 3:25.

14 Movements from Don Giovanni arranged for double woodwind quintet plus trumpet and double bass. (arr. Stumpf) (ca. 1810)

Manuscript parts in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. Contact Nikolaus
Spoerel for Finale score and parts.

“Minuet” from Don Giovanni (arr. Bill Schuetter)

Imagine Music; see also: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Duration: 1:10.

Arias “In welche Frevel” and “Là ci darem la mano” from Don Giovanni (arr. Michael Axtell) for double woodwind quintet

Available from the arranger

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IDOMENEO

“Gavotte” from Idomeneo (arr. Cukrov)

Grand Mesa Music; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

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THE MAGIC FLUTE (Die Zauberflöte)

Overture to “The Magic Flute” (arr. David M. Carp)

Carp Music, New York, N.Y. (153 Seaman Ave., New York, NY 10034)

See Carp, David for other listings.

Overture to “The Magic Flute” K. 620 (arr. Joachim Linckelmann)

Kassel, Germany: Barenreiter, 1996

Overture to La Flûte Enchantée (The Magic Flute) (arr. Bruno Peterschmitt)

FLEX Editions; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

The Magic Flute (arr. Bill Holcombe)

West Trenton, NJ: Musicians Publications, 2001

Chesapeake, VA: Bill Holcombe’s Musicians Pub’s (http://billholcombe.com/)

It seems unlikely that Holcombe arranged the entire opera, but the listing did not give any further info. It’s probably the overture.

Ouverture “Die Zauberflöte” KV 621 (arr. J. Heydenreich, 1792)

Siegertshofen, Germany: Floricor Editions http://www.floricor-editions.com/

For flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, double bass (or contrabassoon). J. Heydenreich (ca. 1760-after 1821) arranged the work after Mozart’s death and this version is edited by Bastiaan Blomhert. It’s the complete overture.

“Ach ich Fuhl’s” from The Magic Flute (arr. Richard Price)

Available from Richard Price, 75 Loughlin Ave., Cos Cob, CT 06807 USA

Features clarinet, but uses English horn instead of oboe.

“Der Vogelfaenger” from The Magic Flute

New York: Symphony Reproductions, Ltd.

“O Zitt’re Nicht” from The Magic Flute (arr. Richard Price)

Available from Richard Price, 75 Loughlin Ave., Cos Cob, CT 06807 USA

Duett with Papageno and Papagena (arr. Lin Yizhi Ernest)

Published by the arranger; see also: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

“Marsch” from Die Zauberflöte (arr. Thomas H. Graf, 2006)

Thomas Graf, TheHitFactory.com; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Queen of the Night Aria (from The Magic Flute) (arr. Richard Price)

Available from Richard Price, 75 Loughlin Ave., Cos Cob, CT 06807 USA

Queen of the Night Aria (from The Magic Flute) (arr. Ronald M. Krentzman)

R&M Music Publications, 100 Pettit Dr., South Meriden, CT 06540-4971

“Der Hölle Rache” (Queen of the Night’s 2nd Aria) from The Magic Flute (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

The 2nd aria is the more famous of the Queen of the Night’s arias, which is likely the same one referred to in the previous 2 listings. (It’s the one where the Queen turns into the opera’s antagonist, with the famous – or infamous, depending on the soprano – high F’s.)

“Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen” (Queen of the Night’s 2nd aria) from The Magic Flute (arr. Lin Yizhi Ernest)

Published by the arranger; see also: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Second Aria of the Queen of the Night (arr. Bruno Peterschmitt)

FLEX Editions; see http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Excerpts from The Magic Flute (arr. Takenori Nemoto)

7 Selections from The Magic Flute (arr. Michael Axtell) for double woodwind quintet

Published by the arranger, axtellmusic[at]gmail.com

Selections: Trio; Aria (Der Vügel fanger bin ich ya); Aria (Dies Dildnis is beazubernd schön); Aria (Queen of the Night); Quintet; Trio; Duet.

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THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

Marriage of Figaro Overture (arr. Bill Holcombe)

W. Trenton, NJ: Musicians Publications, 1984 /

Chesapeake, VA: Bill Holcombe’s Musicians Pub’s (http://billholcombe.com/)

Overture from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. A. Lipkin) for double woodwind quintet

The Score Exchange, http://www.scoreexchange.com/

Duration: 4:00

“Il Capro, e la Capretta” from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Harry Stanton)

Salem, Ct.: Cimarron Music Press cimarronmusic.com

Features the flute.

“Deh vieni, non tardar” from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Adam Lesnick)

Richmond, Virginia: International Opus, 1995

This arrangement of the famous soprano aria features the clarinet, with other woodwind solos.

“March” from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Taylor)

?Peters?

(Adagio and) “March” from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Thomas Graf)

The Hit Factory the-hit-factory.com; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

“Non Più Andrai” (“You shall go no more,” in a military style) from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Ray Thompson, 2014)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Duration: 4:00. Features the horn.

“Non so più cosa son” from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Mathew J. Evans)

Solitarius Press; see also http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/

Features the horn.

“Voi che sapete che cosa e amor” from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Harry Stanton)

Salem, Ct.: Cimarron Music Press cimarronmusic.com

Features the horn.

“Voi, che sapete” from The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Ray Thompson)

Ray Thompson Music: http://raythompsonmusic.weebly.com/

Solo parts appear to be divided between clarinet, oboe and flute (as opposed to the Stanton arrangement for the horn.)

Der Schauspieldirektor

Overture to Der Schauspieldirektor (arr. Andrej Lipkin) for double woodwind quintet

Score Exchange, http://www.scoreexchange.com/

Duration: 4:00.

Overture to Der Schauspieldirektor (arr. Henk Kox) for double woodwind quintet and double bass

Lancaster, UK: Phylloscopus Publications, 2008

Duration: 4:00.

To Mozart home

also:

Sonata Allegro in F Major, K. 497 – 1st movement (arr. Geoffrey Emerson) for double woodwind quintet and bass

Yorkshire: The Red Hedgehog (45 Falsgrave Rd., Scarborough, Yorkshire, England) or gwemerson[at]argonet.co.uk

Originally for piano duet.

To Mozart home

End of listings for Mozart

Mozetich, Marjan (1948- )

It’s in the a.i.r. (1975)

Toronto: Canadian Music Center

Duration: 13:00. Premiered by the York Winds. Received second prize: Gaudeamus International Composers Competition, Holland, 1976.

Solos, five pieces for woodwind quintet (1993, rev. 2000)

Toronto: Canadian Music Centre, 2001.

Written for Les Mistrals Winds. Recorded by the Onyx Quintet. Movements: I. Flute à la française; II. Oboe in the orient; 3. Clarinet a swinging; 4. Horn tango; 5. Waltzing bassoon.

Mucci, John C. (1953- )

Passarella (1984)

American Music Center, 1984

Duration: 4:40.

Mucha (or Muchova), Geraldin

SEE Thomsen-Muchova, Geraldine

Muczynski, Robert (1929-2010)

Movements, Op. 16 (1962)

Templeton / Delaware Water Gap, PA: Shawnee Press, Inc., 1967 /

Bryn Mawr, Pa.: T. Presser, 1988

Movements: Allegro con spirito; Molto moderato; Allegro; Adagio; Allegro risoluto.Duration: 5:10.

Tlbasham[at]aol.com describes this work as “A not very technically difficult modern piece that had good audience response.”

Quintet for Winds, Op. 45 (1985)

Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Theodore Presser, 1988

Duration: 12:00.

Mueller, Florian (1904-1983)

Five Pieces for Woodwind Quintet

Detroit, Camara Music Pub. 1960 /

Massapequa, New York: Cor Publishing Co.

Three Transcriptions (1960)

Massapequa, New York: Cor Publishing Co.

Duration: 4:00. An odd collection of Old Hundredth (the hymn), Turkey in the Straw, and an Irish air.

Mueller, Spike Maiden

Love Came Down at Christmas

Digital Print Publishing, see: Boston, MA.: Ione Press

From a traditional Irish tune.

Muffat, Georg (1653-1704)

Courante (arr. Pasquet)

Mulder, Herman (1894-1989)

Kwintet, Op 119 (1961)

Amsterdam: Donemus, 1961

Kwintet, Op. 141 (1966)

Amsterdam, Donemus, 1967

Flute doubles piccolo, oboe doubles English horn, clarinet doubles E-flat clarinet. Mulder also wrote sonatas (with piano) for each of the five instruments of the quintet.

Mullenbach, Alexander (1949- )

Volutes für Bläserquintett (1992)

manuscript

Duration: 8:00. See: http://www.mica.at/composerdb/

Muller, Ladislau (Müller) (1934- )

Quintetto a fiati (1962)

Edition Libre (?)

Müller, Ludwig R. (1879- ?)

Tanzerische Impressionen for woodwind quintet and string bass

Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel

Never to be confused with the Nazi Bishop, Ludwig Müller.

Muller, Peter (Müller or Mueller) (1791-1877)

Quintet No. 1, in E-flat Major

Bremen: Praeger & Meier, 1874, engraved by Leipzig: F. W. Garbrecht

London: Musica Rara, 1962 /

Bradfield, Berkshire, England: Rosewood Publications

Duration: 8:00.Movements: 1. Larghetto – Allegro; 2. Scherzo: Allegro – Trio; 3. Larghetto; 4. Allegro molto. Parts may be downloaded from the International Music Score Library Project, http://imslp.org/wiki/3_Wind_Quintets_(M%C3%BCller,_Peter)

Quintet No. 2, in C Minor (also listed as E-flat Major)

Bremen: Praeger & Meier, 1874, engraved by Leipzig: F. W. Garbrecht

London: Musica Rara, 1969 /

Bradfield, Berkshire, England: Rosewood Publications

The Musica Rara edition is edited by William Waterhouse. Movements/durations: 1. Allegro con brio (4:52); 2. Andante con moto (2:49); 3. Menuetto (2:19) (Allegro & Trio); 4. Allegro ma non troppo (2:39). Parts may be downloaded from the International Music Score Library Project, http://imslp.org/wiki/3_Wind_Quintets_(M%C3%BCller,_Peter) . From the parts, the work does appear to be in C Minor (not E♭ Major), but the finale ends in C Major. [AB]

Quintet No. 3 in A Major

Bremen: Praeger & Meier, 1874, engraved by Leipzig: F. W. Garbrecht

London: Musica Rara, 1969 /

Bradfield, Berkshire, England: Rosewood Publications /

Movements: 1. Allegro; 2. Andante sostenuto; 3. Menuetto & Trio; 4. Allegro – Trio. Meno Allegro. Parts may be downloaded from the International Music Score Library Project, http://imslp.org/wiki/3_Wind_Quintets_(M%C3%BCller,_Peter)

Drei Quintette (Nos. 1-3)

Leipzig: C. Ruhle,1874

All 3 recorded on Crystal Records

Quintet No. 4 in A Major

Manuscript: Landes- u. Hochschulbibliothek Darmstadt

Quintet No. 5 in G Major

Manuscript: Landes- u. Hochschulbibliothek Darmstadt

Quintet No. 6 in E-flat Major

Manuscript: Landes- u. Hochschulbibliothek Darmstadt

Quintet No. 7 in C Minor

Manuscript: Landes- u. Hochschulbibliothek Darmstadt

Mueller (Müller, Muller), Siegfried

Heitere Suite fur Blaserquintett, Published under title Musik für Bläser, edited? by Otto Wagner

Leipzig: Pro Musica Verlag, 1982

See listing under WAGNER, OTTO. Composer is possibly Siegfrid Walther Muller (1905-1946); less likely the filmscore composer Siegfried “Siggi” Mueller (b. 1964). But there may be another Siegfried Muller, born 1926.

Muller-Medek, Willy (1896-1965)

Die Leineweber (1933)

Munich: Musikverlag Elisabeth Tomi-Berg

Woodwind Quintet No. 1

New York: C. F. Peters

Fantasie (for woodwind quintet and orchestra)

Munchen: Philipp Grosch

Muller-Siemens, Detlev (Müller-Siemens) (1957- )

“Les sanglots longs des violons de l’automne” (Paul Verlaine) (1977)

Mainz: Ars Viva Verlag, 1977 /

Mainz, Germany: B. Schotts’ Sohne

Barbera Secrist-Schmides says this could take considerable rehearsal time.

also:

Phoenix I-III (1995) for wind quintet, trumpet, trombone, piano, string quartet, and double bass.

Refuge (1998) for wind quintet, 2 violins, viola, cello, bass, piano.

Pavane (1984-5) for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano and
string quartet

Müller-Talamona, Hans (1909-1987)

Bagatella

Horgen, CH: Pizzicato Verlag Helvetia

Muller von Kulm, Walter (1899-1967)

Triptychon, Blaserquintett, op. 85 (1966)

Manuscript: Swiss Music Archive, Zurich

Duration: 12:00.

Muller-Wieland, Jan (Müller or Mueller) (1966- )

Bläserquintett (1992)

Hamburg: H. Sikorski, 1992

Duration: 9:30.

Mulligan, Jason (1991- )

Wind Quintet No. 1

A five movement work: Still; Bright and Nonsensical; With trepidation; Quickly, Aggressively; Slowly, Introspectively.
You can contact the composer on his website: http://jmulliganmusic.com . Curiously, he does not list this work on the site. A student performance of the work is available on YouTube in 5 separate files, starting with: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G21nfPk-zmk .

Mulsant, Florentine (1962- )

Wind Quintet, Op. 30 (2005)

Furore Verlag

Flute doubles piccolo and alto flute; clarinet doubles on E-flat clarinet; oboe doubles on English horn. See also: http://www.florentinemulsant.com/.

Mumford, Jeffrey (1955- )

Her Eastern Light Amid a Cavernous Dusk

From an album “The focus of blue light.” Duration: 8:19. Recorded on CRI (CD 650 CRI). Commissioned by the Aspen Wind Quintet.

Munn, Zae (1953- )

A Fine Garment, A Gentle Weave, Woven With Whispers and Exclamation Points (1998)

See http://www.zaemunn.com/

Written for the Camerata Woodwind Quintet at Western Illinois University, premiered by them on March 7, 1999 at WIU.

Muñoz, Edmundo Vasques

Ayacara (1971) for woodwind quintet and percussion

Murail, Tristan (1947- )

Memoire-erosion (1976)

For solo horn, flute/alto flute, oboe/English horn; clarinet/bass clarinet, bassoon and string quintet (2 violins, viola, cello, double bass).

Murdock, Katherine Ann

Postcards from the Center (1992)

Murray, Bain (1926-1993)

Quintet (1963)

Murrow, Jeanie

Swingin’ in the Hall of the Mountain King (based on “In the Hall of the Mountain King” from Peer Gynt, by Edvard Grieg)

Salem, Ct.: Cimarron Music Press, 2007. cimarronmusic.com

Musgrave, Thea (1928- )

Wind Quintet (1992)

London: Novello , Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk: Exclusive distributors, Music Sales, [2003?], 1992

Duration: 12:00. First performed by the Orpheus Wind Quintet. See notes on the composer’s website: http://www.theamusgrave.com/ .

also:

Space Play (1974) for woodwind quintet and string quartet (violin, viola, cello, bass)

London: Novello & Co., Ltd.

Musolino, Angelo (1923- )

Rondo (1963)

Delray Beach, Fla.: Accentuate Music, 1985

Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich (Moussorgsky, Musorgsky) (1839-1881)
arrangements

Arrangements of Pictures at an Exhibition movements

“Ballet of the Chickens in Their Shells” (arr. Clarke S. Kessler)

Chicago: Rubank, Inc., 1936 /

London: Boosey & Hawkes

Good arrangement, medium difficulty. Good for children’s concerts if you can find a copy of it.

“Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks” (arr. ?)

New York: McGinnis & Marx

Pictures from an Exhibition (arr. by David B. Thompson)

Rock Hill, So. Carolina: Thompson Edition, 1995
(231 Plantation Rd., Rock Hill, SC 29732 USA.

This arrangement is based on the original piano work, but is reported to have some similarities to Ravel’s orchestration as well. Movements may be purchased separately.

Tableaux d’une Exposition, Souvenir de Victor Hartmann (Pictures at an Exhibition, A Remembrance of Viktor Hartman)(arr. Joachim Linckelmann)

Bärenreiter Verlag

An arrangement of the complete piano work, including several versions of the promenade. Oddly, the Bärenreiter online catalog lists this only under the title “A Remembrance of Viktor Hartman” in its English catalog.

Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Lovelock)

Manuscript.

Performed by the Adelaide Wind Quintet.

Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Stewart)

Gnome, Promenade, The Tuileries.

“Samuel Goldenberg und Schmuyele” from Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. David B. Thompson)

Rock Hill, So. Carolina: Thompson Edition, 1995

“Promenade” from Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Adam Lesnick)

International Opus (P. O. Box 4852, Richmond, VA 23220 USA)

Nicely done arrangement of this all too short piece. Good for school concerts.

“Promenade” (arr. Bill Holcombe & Bill Holcombe, Jr)

Chesapeake, VA: Bill Holcombe’s Musicians Pub’s (http://billholcombe.com/)

Presumably, this is the Promenade from Pictures at an Exhibition, but nothing in the catalog confirms this.

“Tuileries” and “Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks” (arr. K. David Van Hoesen)

Available Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music, U. of Rochester

“Tuileries” from Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Wolfgang Renz)

Duration: 1:30. See http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/

Other works:

Children’s Memories (arr. Sylvia Coricelli)

Tallevast, FL: TrevCo Music

Die Jahrmarktszene von Sorotschinzi (The Fairground Scene, from Sorochintsky Fair) (arr. Wolfgang Renz) for woodwind quintet and four strings

Originally for piano. Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and double bass. Duration: 4:30. Website / Contact Wolfgang Renz: http://wolfgang-renz-notendruck.de/ .

Eine Nacht auf dem kahlen Berge (Night on Bald Mountain) (arr. Joachim Linckelmann)

Kassel: Bärenreiter, 2014.

Night on Bald Mountain (arr. John Grady)

Published by the arranger; see also: Boston, MA.: Ione Press

The Russian Village, for woodwind quintet.

Published by the arranger (but his / her name is not listed), 1959

Original title: Au village, for piano.

Mustard, Jonathan

Narcissus’ Gaze (1998)

See Australian Music Centre: http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/

Duration: 8:00.

Muth, Fritz(1891-1959)

Quintett nach einem Klaviertrio von Joseph Haydn

Kassel: Merseburger Verlag

Muthspiel, Christian (1962- )

God and the Five Women für Holzbläserquintett (ausschließlich weiblich besetzt!!!) und Sprachzuspielungen (2004) (for an all-women quintet, with their voices).

Commissioned by the Linzer Veranstaltungsgesellschaft and performed by the Daius Quintett. Duration: 19:00. See also: http://www.christianmuthspiel.com/.

Myers, Robert (1941- )

Two Movements

Contemporary Music Project, University Microfilm, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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