A Selected Bibliography of Original Concert Band Music

Michael Good

Part I (Adler – Husa) originally published in Journal of Band Research, 18 (2), Spring 1983, 12-35.  Part II (Jacob – Zdechlik) originally published in Journal of Band Research, 19 (1), Fall 1983, 26-51.

Copyright © 1983 by the Journal of Band Research and included here with permission. The Journal of Band Research is published for the American Bandmasters Association by Troy State University Press, Troy, Alabama 36082. Composer dates and typographical errors have been updated from the print publication.

The following is a selected bibliography of writings relating to specific pieces of music originally written for concert band or large wind ensemble.* The material listed includes such diverse sources as doctoral theses, articles from the Journal of Band Research and The Instrumentalist, reviews of new band music, and record reviews.  These sources vary in the depth of information provided — some of the record reviews may summarize their opinions in a sentence or two — and also encompass a broad variety of attitudes towards band music, but all should be available in larger libraries.

The bibliography is ordered by composer, and then by pieces in approximate order of composition. The year listed beside a piece refers to the year when the composition was completed, unless prefaced by “fp.,” indicating year of first performance, or “c.,” indicating year of copyright.

A few remarks about sources are in order.  Most of the theses listed here were found through “A Bibliography of Dissertations Relative to the Study of Bands and Band Music” by Frank J. Cipolla (Journal of Band Research 15, Fall 1979, 1-31). All of the entries from these were made on the basis of abstracts appearing in Dissertation Abstracts International mentioning the particular composition in question.  The reader will also note a number of entries from Smith and Stoutamire’s book Band Music Notes. The interested reader may consult this valuable reference source. Music reviews from The Instrumentalist and The School Musician are generally limited to more recent reviews of major compositions. Some of this work was supported by the MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, under the supervision of John Corley.

*Editor’s Note:

Some additional pertinent entries have been added to Mr. Good’s original listing.

Adler, Samuel 1928-

Southwestern Sketches (1962)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (Nov. 1970), 71.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 3. Note contributed by Gene C. Smith.

Amram, David 1930-

King Lear Variations (1966)

  • Amram, David. Vibrations. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1968, pp. 460, 463.

Badings, Henk 1907-1987

Concerto for Flute (1963)

  • Clardy, Mary Karen King. “Compositional Devices of Willam Pijper (1894-1947) and Henk Badings (B. 1907) in Two Selected Works, Pijper’s Sonata per Flauto e Pianoforte (1925) and Badings’s Concerto for Flute and Wind Symphony Orchestra (1963).” D.M.A. dissertation, North Texas State University, 1980. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 41 (1981), 4534A.
  • Custer, Arthur. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 28 (1971), 305.
  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (May 1971), 81.

Transitions (fp. 1973)

  • Badings, Henk. “Transitions.” In The College and University Band, comp. David Whitwell and Acton Ostling, Jr. Reston, Va.: Music Educators National Conference, 1977, pp. 267-271.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 14. Note contributed by Acton Ostling, Jr.

Barber, Samuel 1910-1981

Commando March (1943)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 16. Note contributed by Hubert P. Henderson.

Bassett, Leslie 1923-2016

Designs, Images, and Textures (c. 1966)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 18. Note contributed by C. F. Peters Corp.

Beethoven, Ludwig van 1770-1827

Military March, WoO 24 (1816)

  • Gambill, Tommie G. “Contemporary Editions of Nineteenth Century Wind Band Literature.” Ph.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1979. Abstract in Dissertations Abstracts International, 40 (1979), 2969A.

Bennett, Robert Russell 1894-1981

Suite of Old American Dances (c. 1950)

  • Fennell, Frederick. “Suite of Old American Dances.” The Instrumentalist, 34 (Sept. 1979), 28-40.
  • Johnson, Charles E. “Common Musical Idioms in Selected Contemporary Wind-Band Music.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1969. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 30 (1970), 5471A.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 23. Note contributed by Acton Ostling, Jr.

Symphonic Songs (c. 1958)

  • Clark, John W. “Records/Audio.” Musical America, 81 (Aug. 1961), 49.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 23.

Down to the Sea in Ships (fp. 1969)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 22. Note contributed by Richard Franko Goldman.

Four Preludes (c. 1974)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 23.

Benson, Warren 1924-2005

Symphony for Drums and Wind Orchestra (1962)

  • Ferguson, Thomas. “An Analysis of Four American Symphonies for Band.” Ph.D. dissertation, Eastman School of Music, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 33 (1972), 347A.
  • _____. “A Theoretical Analysis of Symphony for Drums and Wind Orchestra by Warren Benson.” Journal of Band Research, 10 (Fall 1973), 9-22.

The Leaves are Falling (1964)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 24.

The Solitary Dancer (1966)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (Oct. 1970), 73.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 24. Note contributed by James Jorgensen.

Bergsma, William 1921-1994

March With Trumpets (1956)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 25. Note contributed by Galaxy Music Corp.

Berlioz, Hector 1803-1869

Symphonie funèbre et triomphale, Op. 15 (1840)

  • Baker, John W. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 43 (Mar. 1980), 18-20.
  • Barzun, Jacques. Berlioz and the Romantic Century. 3rd ed. 2 vol. New York: Columbia University Press, 1969, pp. 340-65.
  • Berlioz, Hector. Memoirs. Trans. and ed. David Cairns. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1969, pp. 253-55.
  • _____. Memoirs. Trans. Rachel and Elanor Homes. Annotated, and the translation revised, by Ernest Newman. New York: Tudor Publishing Co., 1935, pp. 232-35.
  • Cooper, Donald Andrew. “An Historical Account, Criticism, and Modern Performance Edition of the Grand Symphony for Band by Hector Berlioz.” Ed.D. dissertation, University of Montana, 1967. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 28 (1968), 5087A.
  • Downes, Edward. The New York Philharmonic Guide to the Symphony. New York: Walker and Co., 1976, pp. 156-58.
  • Fennell, Frederick. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 5 (1947)m 119-20.
  • _____. Time and the Winds. Kenosha, Wisc.: Leblanc Publications, 1954, p. 22.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, pp. 190-92.
  • _____. “Review of Records.” Musical Quarterly, 39 (1953), 478-49. Reprinted in Selected Essays and Reviews 1948-1968, ed. Dorothy Klotzman. Brooklyn: I.S.A.M. Monographs No. 13, 1980, pp. 160-61.
  • _____. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 216-18.
  • Hamilton, David. “High Fidelity Classical Reviews.” High Fidelity, 20 (Apr. 1970), 90-92.
  • Kidwell, James Kent. “An Annotated Performance-Recording Project of Selected Solo Music for Trombone with Band Accompaniment.” D.M.A. dissertation, University of Oklahoma, 1976. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 7394A.
  • MacDonald, Hugh. “Hector Berlioz.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 2, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 579-610.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 27.
  • Turner, W. J. Berlioz: The Man and His Work. 1939; rpt. New York: Vienna House, 1974.
  • Wagner, Richard. My Life. “Authorized translation from the German.” New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1927, p. 235.
  • _____. Prose Works. Trans. William Ashton Ellis. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1899, Vol. VIII, pp. 135-35.
  • Whitwell, David. “Concerning the Lost Versions of the Berlioz Symphony fro Band.” Journal of Band Research, 11 (Spring 1975), 5-11.
  • _____. A New History of Wind Music. Evanston, Ill.: The Instrumentalist Co., 1972, pp. 42-43.
  • _____. “A Possible Source for the Berlioz Symphony for Band.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (Feb. 1971), 37-38.
  • Wilson, C. B. “Some Remarks on Berlioz’ Symphony for Band (Symphonie funebre et triomphale).” The Instrumentalist, 29 (Nov. 1974), 48-52. Part II: 29 (Dec. 1974), 44-46.

Beversdorf, Thomas 1924-1981

Symphony No. 3 for Winds and Percussion (1954)

  • Ferguson, Thomas. “An Analysis of Four American Symphonies for Band.” Ph.D. dissertation, Eastman School of Music, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 33 (1972), 347A.
  • _____. “An Analysis of Symphony for Winds and Percussion by Thomas Beversdorf.” Journal of Band Research, 9 (Fall 1972), 17-31.

Bielawa, Herbert 1930-2015

Spectrum (1966)

  • Bielawa, Herbert. “Spectrum.” Journal of Band Research, 4 (Autumn 1967), 12-16.
  • Casey, Robert Lowell. “Serial Composition in Works for Wind Band.” Ed.D. dissertation, Washington University, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 32 (1971), 2115A.
  • Lentczner, Bennett. “Guidelines and Models for Score Preparation of Atonal Band Literature.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1977. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5790A.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 30-31. Note contributed by Gene A. Braught.

Bilik, Jerry H. 1933-

Symphony No. 1 (c. 1972)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 32. Note contributed by Wayne Pegram.
  • Snook, Paul. “Classical Recordings.” Fanfare, 3 (May/June 1980), 55-56.

They Walked in Darkness (c. 1973)

  • Snook, Paul. “Classical Recordings.” Fanfare, 3 (May/June 1980), 55-56.

Bottje, Will Gay 1925-

Contrasts (c. 1953)

  • Margrave, Wendell. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 12 (1955), 488-89.

Boyer, Louis 1864-1918

Ariane (c. 1935)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 36. Note contributed by Clifford Lillya and M. Witmark & Sons.

Brant, Henry 1913-2008

Verticals Ascending (fp. 1968)

Immortal Combat (1972)

An American Requiem (1973)

Sixty (1974)

Nomads (1974)

A Plan of the Air (1975)

  • Brion, Keith and Brown, J. E. “The Spatial Wind Music of Henry Brant.” The Instrumentalist, 30 (Jan. 1976), 36-39.

Bruckner, Anton 1824-1896

Apollo March (1865)

  • Cowell, Henry. “Review of Records.” Musical Quarterly, 44 (1958), 402-03.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 222.

March in E Flat (1865)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 222.

Busch, Carl 1862-1943

A Chant from the Great Plains (fp. 1920)

  • Lowe, Donald R. “Carl Busch and the First Goldman Band Composition Contest: A Pivotal Point in the Historical Evolution of Modern Wind Band Repertoire.” Journal of Band Research, 14 (Fall 1978), 16-21.

Catel, Charles Simon 1773-1830

Overture (1792)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 214.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 44. Note contributed by Richard Franko Goldman.

Chance, John Barnes 1932-1972

Incantation and Dance (c. 1963)

  • Johnson, Charles E. “Common Musical Idioms in Selected Contemporary Wind-Band Music.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1969. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 30 (1970), 5471A.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 46. Note contributed by R. John Specht.

Variations on a Korean Folk Song (1965)

  • Chance, John Barnes. “Variations on a Korean Folk Song.” Journal of Band Research, 3 (Autumn 1966), 13-16.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 46.

Symphony No. 2 (1972)

  • Strange, Richard E. “Band Music Reviews.” The School Musician, 49 (Mar. 1978), 48-49.

Chavez, Carlos 1899-1978

Chapultepec (c. 1963)

  • Chase, Gilbert. “Carlos Chavez.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 4, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 185-88.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 47. Note contributed by Acton Ostling, Jr.

Childs, Barney 1926-2000

Supposes: Imago Mundi (1970)

  • Schwartz, Elliot. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 29 (1973), 546-47.

Chobanian, Loris O. 1933-

Armenian Dances (1975)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 48. Note contributed by Shawnee Press, Inc.

Copland, Aaron 1900-1990

An Outdoor Overture (1941)

  • Buchman, Carl. “Composers Dedicate Works to the Band.” Modern Music, 21 (1943), 34-36.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, p. 205.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 50-51. Note contributed by Steve Parkany.

Variations on a Shaker Melody (1956)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 51. Note contributed by Thomas Tyra.

Emblems (1964)

  • Hunsberger, Donald. “Score Study and Preparation.” Part II: The Instrumentalist, 35 (Sept. 1980), 34-39.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 49-50. Note contributed by Acton Ostling.
  • Whitwell, David. “The Enigma of Copland’s Emblems.” Journal of Band Research, 7 (Spring 1971), 5-9.

Cowell, Henry 1897-1965

Shoonthree (1939)

  • Harrison, Lou. “Summer and Early Fall, New York.” Modern Music, 21 (1943), 34-36.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 52.

Little Concerto for Piano and Band

  • Manion, Martha L. Writings about Henry Cowell. Brooklyn: I.S.A.M. Monographs No. 16, 1982, pp. 228-29.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 52. Note contributed by Acton Ostling.

Hymn and Fuguing Tune No. 1 (1943)

  • Cage, John. “Summer Music: The Parks.” Modern Music, 22 (1944), 38-40.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 52.

A Curse and a Blessing (1949)

  • Margrave, Wendell. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 8 (1951), 565-66.

Creston, Paul 1906-1985

Legend, Op. 31 (1942)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, p. 204.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 54.

Zanoni, Op. 40 (1946)

  • Prindl, Frank Joseph. “A Study of Ten Original Compositions for Band Published in America Since 1946.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1956. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 16 (1956), 1645.

Celebration Overture, Op. 61 (1954)

  • Prindl, Frank Joseph. “A Study of Ten Original Compositions for Band Published in America Since 1946.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1956. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 16 (1956), 1645.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 53-54. Note contributed by Duane J. Mikow.

Prelude and Dance , Op. 76 (1949)

  • Johnson, Charles E. “Common Musical Idioms in Selected Contemporary Wind-Band Music.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1969. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 30 (1970), 5471A.
  • Seay, Albert. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 18 (1960), 134.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 54. Note contributed by Maurice McAdow.

Anatolia (Turkish Rhapsody), Op. 93 (1967)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (Sept. 1970), 96.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 53. Note contributed by Paul Creston.

Concerto for Marimba and Band, Op. 21B

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 54.

Dahl, Ingolf 1912-1970

Concerto for Alto Saxophone (1949)

  • Berdahl, James N. “Ingolf Dahl: His Life and Works.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Miami, 1975. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 36 (1976), 7720A.
  • Ditsky, John. “Classical Recordings.” Fanfare, 3 (Jan./Feb. 1980), 77.
  • Mark, Michael. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (July 1979), 32.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 55. Note contributed by Keith Brion.

Sinfonietta (1961)

  • Berdahl, James N. “Ingolf Dahl: His Life and Works.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Miami, 1975. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 36 (1976), 7720A.
  • Bruning, Earl H., Jr. “A Survey and Handbook of Analysis for Conducting and Interpretation of Seven Selected Works in the Standard Repertoire for Wind Band.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1980. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 1362A.
  • Dahl, Ingolf. “Sinfonietta.” In The College and University Band, comp. David Whitwell and Acton Ostling, Jr. Reston, Va.: Music Educators National Conference, 1977, pp. 242-46.
  • Henahan, Donal. “Reviews of Records.” Musical Quarterly, 55 (July 1969), 424-26.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 55. Note contributed by Gale Sperry.
  • Stone, Kurt. “Ingolf Dahl.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 5, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 146-47.

Dello Joio, Norman 1913-2008

Variants on a Mediaeval Tune (1962)

  • Johnson, Charles E. “Common Musical Idioms in Selected Contemporary Wind-Band Music.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1969. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 30 (1970), 5471A.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 60. Note contributed by Joel Kramme.

From Every Horizon (c. 1965)

  • Hastings, Baird. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (Dec. 1978), 24.
  • Margrave, Wendell. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 23 (1966), 338.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 59. Note contributed by Gene Braught.

Scenes from “The Louvre” (fp. 1966)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 59-60. Note contributed by John Powell.

Fantasies on a Theme by Haydn (c. 1968)

  • Hastings, Baird. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (Dec. 1978), 24.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 59. Note contributed by John Wakefield.

Songs of Abelard (fp. 1969)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 60.

Satiric Dances for a Comedy by Aristophanes (fp. 1975)

  • Hastings, Baird. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (Dec. 1978), 24.

Colonial Ballads (c. 1979)

  • Hastings, Baird. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (Dec. 1978), 24.

Dvorak, Robert J. 1919-

El Anillo Guatemalteco (c. 1970)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (Apr. 1971), 75.

Effinger, Cecil 1914-1990

Prelude and Fugue, Op. 14 (1942)

  • Evett, Robert. “Lively Conference in Colorado.” Modern Music, 21 (1943), 42-44.

Erb, Donald 1927-2008

Stargazing (1966)

  • Dvorak, Thomas L. “Good Music for Young Band.” The Instrumentalist, 34 (Oct. 1979), 26-30.
  • Lentczner, Bennett. “Guidelines and Models for Score Preparation of Atonal Band Literature.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1977. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5790A.

Erickson, Frank 1923-1996

First Symphony for Band (c. 1961)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 68. Note contributed by Hubert P. Henderson.

Second Symphony for Band (c. 1959)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 68.

Earth-Song (c. 1969)

  • Casey, Robert Lowell. “Serial Composition in Works for Wind Band.” Ed.D. dissertation, Washington University, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 32 (1971), 2115A.

Fauchet, Paul 1881-1937

Symphony in B Flat (fp. 1926)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 70. Note contributed by Mark Hindsley.

Fiser, Lubos 1935-1999

Report (c. 1971)

  • Bryan, Paul. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 32 (1976), 634-35.

Flagello, Nicolas 1928-1994

Symphony No. 2 (Symphony of the Winds) (1970)

  • Simmons, Walter. “Classical Recordings.” Fanfare, 3 (Nov./Dec. 1979), 68-69.

Giannini, Vittorio 1903-1966

Praeludium and Allegro (1958)

  • Margrave, Wendell. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 17 (1960), 144.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 82-83. Note contributed by Hubert Henderson.

Symphony No. 3 (1958)

  • Bruning, Earl H., Jr. “A Survey and Handbook of Analysis for Conducting and Interpretation of Seven Selected Works in the Standard Repertoire for Wind Band.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1980. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 1362A.
  • Cohn, Arthur. “Hovhaness and Giannini Symphonies: a complete success.” The American Record Guide, 30 (1964), 853-54.
  • Frankenstein, Alfred. “Records in Review.” High Fidelity, 14 (June 1964), 74-75.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 239-40.
  • Johnson, Charles E. “Common Musical Idioms in Selected Contemporary Wind-Band Music.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1969. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 30 (1970), 5471A.
  • Mullins, Joe Barry. “A Comparative Analysis of Three Symphonies for Band.” Journal of Band Research, 6 (Fall 1969), 17-28.
  • _____. “Three Symphonies for Band by American Composers.” Ed.D. dissertation, University of Illinois, 1967. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 28 (1967), 1459A.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 83. Note contributed by James D. Pritchard.
  • Wynn, James Leroy. “An Analysis of the First Movement of the Symphony No. 3 for Band by Vittorio Giannini.” Journal of Band Research, 1 (Winter 1965), 19-26.

Fantasia (1963)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 82. Note contributed by Hubert Henderson.

Variations and Fugue (1966)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 83. Note contributed by Gale Sperry.

Gillis, Don 1912-1978

Symphony “X” (Big “D”) (1972)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 31 (Mar. 1977), 123.

Gossec, François Joseph 1734-1829

Military Symphony in F (1793)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 215.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 91.
  • Swanzy, David Paul. “Gossec’s Symphonie Militaire (1793-94) – A Choral Wind Symphony?” Journal of Band Research, 6 (Fall 1969), 5-10.
  • _____. “The Wind Ensemble and its Music During the French Revolution (1789-1795).” Ph.D. dissertation, Michigan State University, 1966. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 27 (1966), 1398A.

Classic Overture in C (1795)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 214-15.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 91. Note contributed by Robert Weatherly.

Gould, Morton 1913-1996

  • Evans, Lee. “Morton Gould: His Life and Music.” Ed.D. dissertation, Columbia University Teachers College, 1978. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 39 (1978), 3209A.

Jericho (c. 1941)

  • Buchman, Carl. “Composers Dedicate Works to the Band.” Modern Music, 20 (1942), 46-48.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 93.

Ballad for Band (1946)

  • Prindl, Frank Joseph. “A Study of Ten Original Compositions for Band Published in America Since 1946.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1956. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 16 (1956), 1645.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 92.

Symphony No. 4 (1952)

  • Clark, John W. “Records/Audio.” Musical America, 81 (Aug. 1961), 49.
  • Fassino, Frederick J. “A Formal and Stylistic Analysis of Symphony for Band by Morton Gould.” M.A. thesis, Sam Houston State University, 1971.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 238-39.
  • Hall, David. “HiFi/Stereo Classics.” HiFi/Stereo Review, 7 (Aug. 1961), 59-60.
  • Mullins, Joe Barry. “A Comparative Analysis of Three Symphonies for Band.” Journal of Band Research, 6 (Fall 1969), 17-28.
  • _____. “Morton Gould: Symphony for Band.” Journal of Band Research, 4 (Spring 1968), 24-35. Part II: 5 (Fall 1968), 29-47.
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Grainger, Percy Aldridge 1882-1961

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Hill Song No. 2 (1907)

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Irish Tune from County Derry (1911)

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Shepherd’s Hey (1913)

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Colonial Song (1914)

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Children’s March, “Over the Hills and Far Away” (1918)

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Ye Banks and Braes O’ Bonnie Doon (c. 1936)

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Linconshire Posy (1937)

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  • Fennell, Frederick. “Lincolnshire Posy.” The Instrumentalist, 34 (May 1980), 42-48. Part II: 35 (Sept. 1980), 15-20. Part II: 35 (Oct. 1980), 28-36.
  • Fred, Herbert W. “Percy Grainger’s Music for Wind Band.” Journal of Band Research, 1 (Autumn 1964), 17-20.
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  • Grainger, Percy. “Collecting with the Phonograph.” Journal of the Folk-Song Society, No. 12 (May 1908), pp. 147-247.
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  • Slattery, Thomas C. Percy Grainger: The Inveterate Innovator. Evanston, Ill.: The Instrumentalist Co., 1974, pp. 156-57.
  • _____. “The Wind Music of Percy Aldridge Grainger.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa, 1967. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 28 (1967), 713A.
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  • Winkle, William Allan. “Grainger’s ‘Lincolnshire Posy‘: An Early Masterpiece for Wind Band (Vols. I and II).” D.A. dissertation, University of Northern Colorado, 1976. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 7400A.

The Immovable Do (1939)

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The Power of Rome and the Christian Heart (1947)

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Marching Song of Democracy (1948)

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Let’s Dance Gay in Green Meadow (1954)

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Grieg, Edvard 1843-1907

Funeral March in Memory of Rikard Nordraak (1866)

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Hamilton, Iain 1922-2000

The Chaining of Prometheus (1963)

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Hanson, Howard 1896-1981

Chorale and Alleluia (1953)

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Laude (c. 1976)

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Harris, Roy 1898-1979

Cimarron (1941)

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First Concerto for Piano and Band (1942)

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Fantasy for Piano and Band (1943)

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Symphony for Band (1952)

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Hartley, Walter S. 1927-2016

Concerto for 23 Winds (1957)

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Sinfonia No. 4 (1965)

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Capriccio for Trombone and Band (1969)

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Symphony for Wind Orchestra (1970)

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Bacchanalia for Band (1973)

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Hartmann, Karl Amadeus 1905-1963

Concerto for Piano, Winds and Percussion (1953)

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Heisinger, Brent 1937-

Statement (fp. 1971)

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Hemel, Oscar van 1892-1981

Concerto for Wind Instruments (1960)

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Hindemith, Paul 1895-1963

Konzertmusik für Blasorchester, Op. 41 (fp. 1926)

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Symphony in B Flat (1951)

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  • Ferguson, Thomas. “An Analysis of Four American Symphonies for Band.” Ph.D. dissertation, Eastman School of Music, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 33 (1972), 347A.
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  • Kemp, Ian. Hindemith. London: Oxford University Press, 1970, p. 45.
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  • Ringo, James. Review of University of Michigan Records SM-0003, University of Michigan Wind Ensemble conducted by H. Robert Reynolds. The American Record Guide, 40 (June 1977), 27.
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  • Tarwater, William Harmon, Jr. “Analysis of Seven Major Band Compositions of the Twentieth Century.” Ph.D. dissertation, Peabody College, 1958. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 19 (1959), 2975.
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Hoddinott, Alun 1929-2008

Concerto for Piano, Winds and Percussion, Op. 19 (1960)

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Hodkinson, Sydney P. 1934-

Tower (c. 1976)

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Hoffman, Theodore B. 1925-2003

Variations on Jesu Meine Freude

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Holloway, John

Wood Up (1835)

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Holst, Gustav 1874-1934

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First Suite in E Flat, Op. 28a (1909)

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  • _____. Time and the Winds. Kenosha, Wisc.: Leblanc Publications, 1954, p. 35.
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  • Tarwater, William Harmon, Jr. “Analysis of Seven Major Band Compositions of the Twentieth Century.” Ph.D. dissertation, Peabody College, 1958. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 19 (1959), 2975.
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Second Suite in F, Op. 28b (19)

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  • _____. Time and the Winds. Kenosha, Wisc.: Leblanc Publications, 1954, p. 35.
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  • Holst, Imogen. The Music of Gustav Holst. London: Oxford University Press, 1951, p. 34.
  • _____. A Thematic Catalogue of Gustav Holst’s Music. London: Faber Music Ltd., 1974, pp. 96-97.
  • Mitchell, Jon C. “Early Performances of the Holst Suites for Military Band.” Journal of Band Research, 17 (Spring 1982), 44-50.
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  • Whitwell, David. A New History of Wind Music. Evanston, Ill.: The Instrumentalist Co., 1972, p. 62.

Hammersmith: Prelude and Scherzo, Op. 52 (1930)

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  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 226.
  • Hall, David. “HiFi/Stereo Classics.” High Fi/Stereo Review, 4 (Feb. 1960), 88.
  • Holst, Imogen. Gustav Holst. 2nd ed. London: Oxford University Press, 1969, p. 144.
  • _____. The Music of Gustav Holst. London: Oxford University Press, 1951, p. 34.
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  • Whitwell, David. A New History of Wind Music. Evanston, Ill.: The Instrumentalist Co., 1972, p. 62.

Honegger, Arthur 1892-1955

March sur la Bastille (1936)

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Hovhaness, Alan 1911-2000

Tapor No. 1, Op. 14 (c. 1968)

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Suite for Band, Op. 15 (c. 1968)

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Hymn to Yerevan, Op. 83 (c. 1969)

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Symphony No. 4, Op. 165 (1958)

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  • Frankenstein, Alfred. “Records in Review.” High Fidelity, 14 (June 1964), 74-75.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 239-40.
  • Isaac, Cecil. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 19 (1962), 329-30.
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Symphony No. 7 – Nanga Parvat, Op. 178 (1959)

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Symphony No. 23 – Ani, Op. 249 (1972)

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Hummel, Johann Nepomuk 1778-1837

Three Marches for Band

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Husa, Karel 1921-2016

Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Concert Band (1967)

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Music for Prague 1968 (1969)

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  • Husa, Karel. “Music for Prague 1968.” In The College and University Band, comp. David Whitwell and Acton Ostling, Jr. Reston, Va.: Music Educators National Conference, 1977, pp. 259-66.
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Apotheosis of This Earth (1970)

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  • Hegvik, Arthur. “Karel Husa Talks About His Life and Work.” The Instrumentalist, 29 (May 1975), 31-37.
  • Husa, Karel. “Apotheosis of this Earth: Some Thoughts.” Journal of Band Research, 9 (Spring 1973), 6-9.
  • _____. “Karel Husa – Apotheosis of This Earth.” The Instrumentalist, 28 (Aug. 1973), 35-36.
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Concerto for Percussion and Wind Ensemble (1971)

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Concerto for Trumpet and Wind Ensemble (1973)

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  • Hegvik, Arthur. “Karel Husa Talks About His Life and Work.” The Instrumentalist, 29 (May 1975), 31-37.

Al Fresco (1975)

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  • Reynolds, H. Robert. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 30 (Jan. 1976), 88.

Jacob, Gordon P. 1895-1984

William Byrd Suite (1923)

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An Original Suite (c. 1928)

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Music for a Festival (fp. 1951)

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  • Tarwater, William Harmon, Jr. “Analysis of Seven Major Band Compositions of the Twentieth Century.” Ph.D. dissertation, Peabody College, 1958. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 19 (1959), 2975.

Flag of Stars (1954)

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Concerto for Band (1970)

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Giles Farnaby Suite (c. 1970)

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Tribute to Canterbury (c. 1977)

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Jadin, Louis E. 1768-1853

Symphonie for Band (1794)

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  • Swanzy, David Paul. “The Wind Ensemble and its Music During the French Revolution (1789-1795).” Ph.D. dissertation, Michigan State University, 1966. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 27 (1966), 1398A.
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Jager, Robert E. 1939-

Symphony No. 1 (1963)

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Second Suite (c. 1965)

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Third Suite (fp. 1965)

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Diamond Variations (c. 1968)

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Symphony No. 2 (The Seal of the Three Laws) (c. 1978)

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Apocalypse (1978)

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Jenkins, Joseph Willcox 1928-2014

American Overture for Band, Op. 13 (c. 1955)

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Kennan, Kent 1913-2003

Night Soliloquy (1962)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 133.

Khachaturian, Aram 1903-1978

The Battle of Stalingrad (1949)

  • Peel, Robert. “From Our Readers.” The Instrumentalist, 34 (Apr. 1980), 10.

Krenek, Ernst 1900-1991

Dream Sequence, Op. 224 (fp. 1977)

  • Reynolds, H. Robert. “The CBDNA Commissions Ernst Krenek.” The Instrumentalist, 32 (Jan. 1978), 48-49.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 139.

Latham, William P. 1917-2004

Three Chorale Preludes (c. 1956)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 141. Note contributed by Cecil Wilson.

Dodecaphonic Set (c. 1967)

  • Casey, Robert Lowell. “Serial Composition in Works for Wind Band.” Ed.D. dissertation, Washington University, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 32 (1971), 2115A.

Leeuw, Ton de 1926-1996

Symphonies of Winds (1963)

  • MacDonald, Malcolm. “Analytical Notes and First Reviews.” The Gramophone, 45 (1967), 126.
  • Wouters, Jos. “Ton de Leeuw.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 10, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 603-04.

Linn, Robert 1925-1999

Propagula (c. 1973)

  • Hunsberger, Donald R. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 29 (June 1974), 69.

Long, Newell 1905-1999

Concertino for Woodwind Quintet and Band (1961)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 149. Note contributed by Leblanc Publications, Inc.

Mailman, Martin 1932-2000

Geometrics No. 1, Op. 22 (1960)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 154. Note contributed by Thomas J. Anderson.

Liturgical Music for Band, Op. 33 (1964)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 154. Note contributed by Roger L. Beck.

Geometrics No. 4, Op. 43 (1968)

  • Lentczner, Bennett. “Guidelines and Models for Score Preparation of Atonal Band Literature.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1977. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5790A.
  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 27 (Oct. 1972), 75.

Mayuzumi, Toshiro 1929-1997

Music with Sculpture (fp. 1961)

  • Bronston, Levering. Review of Deutsche Grammophone 2530 063, Eastman Wind Ensemble conducted by Donald Hunsberger. The New Records, 39 (Nov. 1971), 4.
  • Frankenstein, Alfred. “Records in Review.” High Fidelity, 22 (Mar. 1972), 98.

Concerto for Percussion and Wind Orchestra (1965)

  • Seay, Albert. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 27 (1971), 801.

McBeth, W. Francis 1933-2012

The Seventh Seal (fp. 1971)

  • McBeth, W. Francis. “Organic Growth in Twentieth Century Composition” Journal of Band Research, 13 (Spring 1978), 8-14.

To Be Fed By Ravens (c. 1975)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 153.

McGinnis, Donald E. 1917-2016

Symphony for Band (c. 1977)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 31 (May 1977), 104.
  • Strange, Richard E. “Band Music Reviews.” The School Musician, 49 (Apr. 1978), 38.

McPhee, Colin 1901-1964

Concerto for Wind Orchestra (1959)

  • Isaac, Cecil. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 22 (1966), 1104-05.

Méhul, Etienne-Nicolas 1763-1817

Overture in F (1795)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 215.
  • Swanzy, David Paul. “The Wind Ensemble and its Music During the French Revolution (1789-1795).” Ph.D. dissertation, Michigan State University, 1966. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 27 (1966), 1398A.
  • Whitwell, David. Band Music of the French Revolution. Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1979, pp. 66, 68-69, 86, 188-89.

Mendelssohn, Felix 1809-1847

Overture for Band, Op. 24 (1824)

  • Gambill, Tommie G. “Contemporary Editions of Nineteenth Century Wind Band Literature.” Ph.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1979. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 40 (1979), 2969A.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 220.
  • Radcliffe, Philip. Mendelssohn. Revised ed. London: J. M. Dent and Sons, 1967, p. 112.
  • Reed, David F. “The Original Version of the Overture for Wind Band of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy.” Journal of Band Research, 18 (Fall 1982), 3-10.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 158. Note contributed by G. Schirmer, Inc.

Trauermarsch, Op. 103 (1836)

  • Margrave, Wendell. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 12 (1955), 489.

Mennin, Peter 1923-1983

Canzona (1951)

  • Hunsberger, Donald. “Score Study and Preparation.” The Instrumentalist, 35 (Aug. 1980), 17-25. Part II: 35 (Sept. 1980), 34-39.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 159. Note contributed by Frederick Fennell.

Messiaen, Olivier 1908-1992

Et Exspecto Resurrectionem Mortuorum (1964)

  • Boucourechliev, André. “Olivier Messiaen.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 12, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 204-10.
  • Hamilton, David. “The New Releases.” High Fidelity, 18 (Mar. 1968), 88.
  • Johnson, Robert Sherlaw. Messiaen. London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1975, pp. 170-72.
  • Nichols, Roger. Messiaen. London: Oxford University Press, 1975, pp. 70-74.
  • Samuel, Claude. Conversations with Olivier Messiaen. Trans. Felix Aprahamian. London: Stainer & Bell, 1976, pp. 97-98.

Couleurs de la cité céleste (1963)

  • Shepard, Brian K. “The Symbolic Elements of Messiaen’s Work for Wind Ensemble, Couleurs de la cité céleste.” Journal of Band Research, 18 (Fall 1982), 52-59.

Meyerowitz, Jan 1913-1998

Three Comments on War (fp. 1965)

  • Bryan, Paul. “The State of the Repertoire: Some Observations and Suggestions.” Journal of Band Research, 9 (Fall 1972), 3-8.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 160-61. Note contributed by Jan Meyerowitz.

Miaskovsky, Nicolai 1881-1950

Symphony No. 19, Op. 46 (1939)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 231-32.
  • Ikonnikov, Alexei A. Myaskovsky: His Life and Work. “Translated from the Russian.” 1946: rpt. New York: Greenwood Press, 1969, p. 60-61, 111.
  • Jones, Ralph E. Review of Monitor MC-2038. The New Records, 28 (May 1960), 13-14.
  • Schwartz, Boris. Music and Musical Life in Soviet Russia 1917-1970. New York: W. W. Norton, 1972, p. 167.

Milhaud, Darius 1892-1974

Suite Française, Op. 248 (1944)

  • Bird, John. Percy Grainger. London: Paul Elek, 1976, p. 225.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, pp. 202-03.
  • _____. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 235-36.
  • Prindl, Frank Joseph. “A Study of Ten Original Compositions for Band Published in America Since 1946.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1956. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 16 (1956), 1645.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 161.

Two Marches, Op. 260b (1946)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 5 (1948), 258.

West Point Suite, Op. 313 (1951)

  • Margrave, Wendell. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 12 (1955), 489.

Nelhybel, Vaclav 1919-1996

Notes for many of Nelhybel’s works for band are found in:

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 167-70.

Symphonic Requiem (c. 1965)

  • Nelhybel, Vaclav. “Symphonic Requiem.” In The College and University Band, comp. David Whitwell and Acton Ostling, Jr. Reston, Va.: Music Educators National Conference, 1977, pp. 257-58.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 169.

Two Symphonic Movements (c. 1970)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (June 1971), 46-47.

Nelson, Ron 1929-

Rocky Point Holiday (c. 1969)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 170.

Nixon, Roger 1921-2009

Elegy and Fanfare-March (1957)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 172-173. Note contributed by Carl Fischer, Inc.

Fiesta Del Pacifico (1960)

  • Ditsky, John. “Classical Recordings.” Fanfare, 4 (Sept./Oct. 1980), 185.
  • Nixon, Roger. “Fiesta Del Pacifico.” Journal of Band Research, 3 (Autumn 1966), 29-32.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 173.

Pacific Celebration Suite (1979)

  • Strange, Richard E. “Band Music Reviews.” The School Musician, 51 (Dec. 1979), 26, 32.

Reflections (c. 1965)

  • Nixon, Roger. “Reflections.” Journal of Band Research, 4 (Autumn 1967), 53-60.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 173.

Penderecki, Krzysztof 1933-

Pittsburgh Ouverture (1967)

  • Bronston, Levering. Review of Deutsche Grammophone 2530 063, Eastman Wind Ensemble conducted by Donald Hunsberger. The New Records, 39 (Nov. 1971), 4.
  • Frankenstein, Alfred. “Records in Review.” High Fidelity, 22 (Mar. 1972), 98.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 177.
  • Tyra, Thomas. “An Analysis of Penderecki’s Pittsburgh Ouverture.” Journal of Band Research, 10 (Fall 1973), 37-48. Part II: 10 (Spring 1974), 5-12.
  • _____. “The Analysis of Three Twentieth Century Compositions for Wind Ensemble.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 32 (1971), 1558A.

Persichetti, Vincent 1915-1987

  • Workinger, William. “The Band Sound of Vincent Persichetti.” The Instrumentalist, 27 (Apr. 1973), 44-46.

Divertimento for Band, Op. 42 (1950)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 180.
  • Tarwater, William Harmon, Jr. “Analysis of Seven Major Band Compositions of the Twentieth Century.” Ph.D. dissertation, Peabody College, 1958. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 19 (1959), 2975.

Psalm for Band, Op. 53 (1952)

  • Evett, Robert. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 13 (1955), 147-48.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 180. Note contributed by John Wakefield.
  • Tarwater, William Harmon, Jr. “Analysis of Seven Major Band Compositions of the Twentieth Century.” Ph.D. dissertation, Peabody College, 1958. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 19 (1959), 2975.

Pageant, Op. 59 (1953)

  • Prindl, Frank Joseph. “A Study of Ten Original Compositions for Band Published in America Since 1946.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1956. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 16 (1956), 1645.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 180.

Symphony No. 6, Op. 69 (1956)

  • Bruning, Earl H., Jr. “A Survey and Handbook of Analysis for Conducting and Interpretation of Seven Selected Works in the Standard Repertoire for Wind Band.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1980. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 1362A.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 239.
  • Mullins, Joe Barry. “A Comparative Analysis of Three Symphonies for Band.” Journal of Band Research, 6 (Fall 1969), 17-28.
  • _____. “Three Symphonies for Band by American Composers.” Ed.D. dissertation, University of Illinois, 1967. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 28 (1967), 1459A.
  • Persichetti, Vincent. “Symphony No. 6 for Band.” Journal of Band Research, 1 (Autumn 1964), 17-20.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 181. Note contributed by Max R. Tromblee.
  • Tarwater, William Harmon, Jr. “Analysis of Seven Major Band Compositions of the Twentieth Century.” Ph.D. dissertation, Peabody College, 1958. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 19 (1959), 2975.

Serenade No. 11, Op. 85 (1960)

  • Isaac, Cecil. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 22 (1966), 1102.

Bagatelles for Band, Op. 87 (1961)

  • Isaac, Cecil. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 22 (1966) 1102.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 179.
  • Smoley, Lewis M. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (May 1979), 30-32.

Chorale Prelude: So Pure the Star, Op. 91 (1962)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 179.
  • Smoley, Lewis M. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (May 1979), 30-32.

Masquerade for Band, Op. 102 (1965)

  • Henahan, Donal. “Review of Records.” Musical Quarterly, 55 (1969), 424-26.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 180.

Chorale Prelude: Turn Not Thy Face, Op. 105 (1966)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 179. Note contributed by Richard Franko Goldman.
  • Smoley, Lewis M. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (May 1979), 30-32.

O Cool Is The Valley, Op. 118 (1971)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 28 (Aug. 1973), 70.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 180.
  • Smoley, Lewis M. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (May 1979), 30-32.

Parable IX, Op. 121 (1972)

  • Smoley, Lewis M. “Guide to Records.” The American Record Guide, 42 (May 1979), 30-32.

A Lincoln Address, Op. 124A (fp. 1974)

  • Reynolds, H. Robert. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 29 (Jan. 1975), 73.

Piston, Walter 1894-1976

Tunbridge Fair (1950)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. “Current Chronicle.” Musical Quarterly, 36 (1950), 592-95.
  • Pollack, Howard. Walter Piston. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, 1982, pp. 105-07.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 181.

Presser, William H. 1916-2004

Symphony No. Two (c. 1971)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 27 (Oct. 1972), 75.

Read, Gardner 1913-2005

Dunlap’s Creek, Op. 67, No. 1a (1956)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 25 (May 1971), 78.

Reed, Alfred 1921-2005

Russian Christmas Music (1944)

  • Reed, Alfred. “Russian Christmas Music.” The Instrumentalist, 34 (Oct. 1979), 36-41.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 188. Note contributed by Alfred Reed.

Music for “Hamlet” (fp. 1971)

  • “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 31 (1975), 859-60.

Armenian Dances (1975)

  • Reynolds, H. Robert. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 29 (Apr. 1975), 72.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 186. Note contributed by Alfred Reed.
  • Strange, Richard E. “Band Music Reviews.” The School Musician, 50 (Feb. 1979), 48-49.

Othello (1976)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 187-88. Note contributed by Piedmont Music Co.

Second Symphony (1978)

  • Reynolds, H. Robert. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 35 (Dec. 1980), 76.
  • Strange, Richard E. “Band Music Reviews.” The School Musician, 51 (Dec. 1979), 26.

Reed, Herbert Owen 1910-2014

La Fiesta Mexicana (1949)

  • Bruning, Earl H., Jr. “A Survey and Handbook of Analysis for Conducting and Interpretation of Seven Selected Works in the Standard Repertoire for Wind Band.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1980. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 1362A.
  • Ditsky, John. “Classical Recordings.” Fanfare, 4 (Sept./Oct. 1980), 185.
  • Johnson, Charles E. “Common Musical Idioms in Selected Contemporary Wind-Band Music.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1969. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 30 (1970), 5471A.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 190. Note contributed by Gene A. Braught.

For The Unfortunate (c. 1975)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 189.

Respighi, Ottorino 1879-1936

Huntingtower Ballad (1932)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, p. 199.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 190.

Reynolds, Verne 1926-2011

Scenes (1971)

  • Reynolds, H. Robert. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 29 (Nov. 1974), 83.

Riegger, Wallingford 1885-1961

New Dance, Op. 18c (1935)

  • Buchman, Carl. “Composers Dedicate Works to the Band.” Modern Music, 20 (1942), 46-48.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, p. 205.
  • _____. “The Music of Wallingford Riegger.” Musical Quarterly, 36 (1950), 39-61.

Passacaglia and Fugue, Op. 34 (1942)

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, p. 205.
  • _____. “The Music of Wallingford Riegger.” Musical Quarterly, 36 (1950), 39-61.
  • Harrison, Lou. “Summer and Early Fall, New York.” Modern Music, 21 (1943), 34-36.

Dance Rhythms, Op. 58a (1957)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 193.

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nicolai 1844-1908

Concerto for Trombone and Band (1877)

  • Kidwell, James Kent. “An Annotated Performance-Recording Project of Selected Solo Music for Trombone with Band Accompaniment.” D.M.A. dissertation, University of Oklahoma, 1976. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 7394A.
  • Smith, Roger. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 9 (1952), 663.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 194. Note contributed by Harold H. Hillyer.

Concerto for Clarinet and Band (1878)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 193. Note contributed by Thomas Tyra.

Rochberg, George 1918-2005

Apocalyptica (1964)

  • Casey, Robert Lowell. “Serial Composition in Works for Wind Band.” Ed.D. dissertation, Washington University, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 32 (1971), 2115A.
  • Ringer, Alexander L. “The Music of George Rochberg.” Musical Quarterly, 52 (1966), 409-30.

Rogers, Bernard 1893-1968

Three Japanese Dances (1954)

  • Affelder, Paul. “Records in Review.” High Fidelity, 9 (Mar. 1959), 74.
  • Smith, Roger. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 13 (1956), 704.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 196. Note contributed by Theodore Presser Co.

Ross, Walter B. 1936-

Tuba Concerto (1973)

  • Reynolds, H. Robert. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 30 (Feb. 1976), 84.

Roussel, Albert 1869-1937

A Glorious Day, Op. 48 (1932)

  • Deane, Basil. Albert Roussel. London: Barrie and Rockliff, 1961, p. 79.

Prelude to Act II of “Le Quatorze Juillet” (1936)

  • Diamond, David. “Paradise Lost and the Fourteenth of July.” Modern Music, 14 (1936), 31-33.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 230.

Russell, Armand King 1932-

Theme and Fantasia (c. 1965)

  • Russell, Armand. “Theme and Fantasia.” Journal of Band Research, 14 (Fall 1978), 50-53.

Saint-Saëns, Camille 1835-1921

Orient et Occident, Op. 25 (1869)

  • Fallon, Danile M. “Camille Saint-Saëns.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 16, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 400-07.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 223.

Sanders, Robert L. 1906-1974

Symphony for Band (1943)

  • Cage, John. “Summer Music: The Parks.” Modern Music, 22 (1944), 38-40.
  • Levarie, Siegmund. “Robert Sanders.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 16, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 466-67.

Sanjuan, Pedro 1886-1976

Canto Yoruba’ (1942)

  • Buchman, Carl. “Composers Dedicate Works to the Band.” Modern Music, 20 (1942), 46-48.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, p. 223.
  • Harrison, Lou. “Summer and Early Fall, New York.” Modern Music, 21 (1943), 34-36.

Sapieyevski, Jerzy 1945-

Morpheus (1973)

  • Herlinger, Jan W. “Music Reviews.” MLA Notes, 34 (1978), 974.

Schickele, Peter 1935-

Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds and Percussion (c. 1975)

  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 200. Note contributed by Theodore Presser Co.

Schmitt, Florent 1870-1958

Dionysiaques, Op. 62 (1914)

  • Jacobi, Frederick. “Liège, 1930.” Modern Music, 9 (Nov./Dec. 1930), 19.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 201.

Schoenberg, Arnold 1874-1951

Theme and Variations, Op. 43a (1943)

  • Bruning, Earl H., Jr. “A Survey and Handbook of Analysis for Conducting and Interpretation of Seven Selected Works in the Standard Repertoire for Wind Band.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1980. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 1362A.
  • Cohn, Arthur. “Record Reviews.” The American Record Guide, 24 (1958), 210.
  • Frankenstein, Alfred. “Three Mighty Moderns in Sizzling Brass.” High Fidelity, 7 (Nov. 1957), 82.
  • Goldman, Richard Franko. “Review of Records.” Musical Quarterly, 44 (1958), 126-28. Reprinted in Selected Essays and Reviews 1948-1968, ed. Dorothy Klotzman. Brooklyn: I.S.A.M. Monographs No. 13, 1980, pp. 167-69.
  • _____. The Concert Band. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1946, pp. 201-02.
  • _____. The Wind Band. 1961; rpt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1974, pp. 234-35.
  • McDonald, Malcolm. Schoenberg. London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1976, pp. 126-29.
  • Maloney, Devin H. “An Analytical Appreciation of the Theme from Schoenberg’s Theme and Variations, Op. 43a.” Winds Quarterly, 1 (Winter 1980), 25-34.
  • Nail, James Isaac. “The Concept of Developing Variations as Means of Producing Unity and Variety in Schoenberg’s Theme and Variations, Op. 43a.” D.M.A. dissertation, University of Texas, 1978. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 39 (1979), 3910A.
  • Neighbor, O. W. “Arnold Schoenberg.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 16, ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, pp. 701-24.
  • Nelson, Robert U. “Schoenberg’s Variation Seminar.” Musical Quarterly, 50 (1964), 141-64.
  • Odegard, Peter Sigurd. “The Variation Sets of Arnold Schoenberg.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of California – Berkeley, 1964. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 25 (1965), 4186.
  • Prindl, Frank Joseph. “A Study of Ten Original Compositions for Band Published in America Since 1946.” Ed.D. dissertation, Florida State University, 1956. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, 16 (1956), 1645.
  • Roznov, Richard. “Schoenberg’s Theme and Variations, Op. 43a.” The Instrumentalist, 30 (Feb. 1976), 40-42.
  • Schoenberg, Arnold. Letters. Ed. Edwin Stein. London: Faber and Faber, 1964, pp. 221-22. Letter to Fritz Reiner, Oct. 29, 1944.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 201-02. Note contributed by William E. Rhoads.
  • Stuckenschmidt, H. H. Schoenberg: His Life, World and Work. Trans. Humphrey Searle. New York: Schirmer Books, 1978, pp. 459-62, 468.
  • Whitwell, David. A New History of Wind Music. Evanston, Ill.: The Instrumentalist Co., 1972, p. 64.

Schuller, Gunther 1925-2015

Meditation (1963)

  • Casey, Robert Lowell. “Serial Composition in Works for Wind Band.” Ed.D. dissertation, Washington University, 1971. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 32 (1971), 2115A.
  • Schuller, Gunther. “Meditation.” In The College and University Band, comp. David Whitwell and Acton Ostling, Jr. Reston, Va.: Music Educators National Conference, 1977, pp. 247-55.
  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, p. 204. Note contributed by Donald L. Wolf.

Diptych (1964)

  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 26 (Mar. 1972), 90-91.

Study in Textures (1967)

  • Lentczner, Bennett. “Guidelines and Models for Score Preparation of Atonal Band Literature.” D.A. dissertation, Ball State University, 1977. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5790A.
  • Paynter, John P. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 27 (Oct. 1972), 75.

Schuman, William 1910-1992

Newsreel (1941)

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George Washington Bridge (1950)

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Chester Overture (1956)

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Dedication Fanfare (c. 1969)

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New England Triptych

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Schwantner, Joseph 1943-

and the mountains rising nowhere (1977)

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From a Dark Millennium (1980)

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Smith, Claude 1932-1987

Festival Variations

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Smith, Hale 1925-2009

Somersault (c. 1964)

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Expansions (1967)

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Snoeck, Kenneth M. 1946-

Scaramouch – Symphony No. 3 for Winds and Percussion (1971)

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Somers, Harry S. 1925-1999

Symphony for Woodwinds, Brass and Percussion (1961)

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Spohr, Louis 1784-1859

Notturno, Op. 34 (1815)

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Starer, Robert 1924-2001

Fanfare, Pastorale and Serenade (1964)

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Stone Ridge Set (1973)

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  • _____. “New Music Reviews.” The Instrumentalist, 31 (Mar. 1977), 123. Review of fourth movement.

Still, William Grant 1895-1978

To You, America! (1951)

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Stravinsky, Igor 1882-1971

Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920)

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  • Frankenstein, Alfred. “Three Mighty Moderns in Sizzling Brass.” High Fidelity, 7 (Nov. 1957), 82.
  • Jacobi, Frederick. “Liège, 1930.” Modern Music, 9 (Nov./Dec. 1930), 19.
  • Slonimsky, Nicolas. Lexicon of Musical Invective, 2nd ed. New York: Coleman-Ross, 1965, pp. 198-99. Comment by Ernest Newman from Musical Times, London, July 1921.
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Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments (1924)

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  • Vlad, Roman. Stravinsky. Third ed. Trans. Frederick Fuller. London: Oxford University Press, 1978, pp. 87-88.
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Circus Polka (1942)

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Surinach, Carlos 1915-1997

Paeans and Dances of Heathen Iberia (1959)

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Ritmo Jondo (c. 1967)

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Sinfonietta Flamenca (c. 1971)

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Thomson, Virgil 1896-1989

At the Beach (1949)

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A Solemn Music (1949)

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Toch, Ernst 1887-1964

Spiel für Blasorchester, Op. 39 (1926)

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Tull, Fisher A. 1934-1994

Toccata (1969)

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Sketches on a Tudor Psalm (1971)

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Reflections on Paris (c. 1975)

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Credo (fp. 1975)

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Cryptic Essay (fp. 1976)

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Studies in Motion (c. 1977)

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The Final Covenant (fp. 1979)

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Van Vactor, David 1906-1994

Passacaglia, Chorale and Scamper (c. 1966)

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Vaughan Williams, Ralph 1872-1958

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English Folk Song Suite (1923)

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Sea Songs (1923)

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Toccata Marziale (1924)

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Flourish for Wind Band (fp. 1939)

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Velke, Fritz 1930-2005

Concertino for Band (c. 1962)

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Villa-Lobos, Heiter 1887-1959

Fantasy in Three Movements (c. 1959)

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Wagner, Richard 1813-1883

Trauersinfonie (1844)

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Huldigungsmarsch (1864)

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Ward, Robert 1917-2013

Prairie Overture (1957)

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Washburn, Robert 1928-2013

Symphony for Band (1963)

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Werle, Floyd E. 1929-2010

Sinfonia Sacra (Symphony No. 1 for Winds) (1971)

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Westergaard, Peter 1931-

Tuckets and Sennets (1969)

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Whear, Paul 1925-

Stonehenge Symphony (Symphony No. 1) (1970)

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Of This Time (c. 1972)

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White, Donald H. 1921-2016

Miniature Set for Band (1957)

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  • White, Donald H. “Miniature Set for Band in Retrospect.” Journal of Band Research, 13 (Spring 1978), 41-55.

Dichotomy (c. 1966)

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Ambrosian Hymn Variants (c. 1968)

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Willan, Healey 1880-1968

Elégie Héroique (1960)

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Williams, Clifton 1923-1976

Fanfare and Allegro (c. 1956)

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Symphonic Suite (c. 1957)

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Concertino for Percussion and Band (c. 1960)

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Festival (1961)

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The Ramparts (fp. 1965)

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Caccia and Chorale (c. 1976)

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  • Smith, Norman and Stoutamire, Albert. Band Music Notes. Revised ed. San Diego: Kjos West, 1979, pp. 252-53. Note contributed by Joseph M. Tate.

Williams, John T. 1932-

Sinfonietta

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Wood, Haydn 1882-1959

Mannin Veen (c. 1933)

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Zdechlik, John 1937-

Chorale and Shaker Dance (c. 1972)

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