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 WWQ + piano
Author: Dan Oberlin 2017
Date:   2017-10-04 21:35

Looking for a piece for woodwind quintet and piano for an upcoming program - something that's different from the Poulenc, which we've already done at the same venue. Any recommendations?

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 Re: WWQ + piano
Author: rmk54 
Date:   2017-10-04 22:19

Ludwig Thuill (the dedicatee of Strauss' Don Juan)

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 Re: WWQ + piano
Author: nellsonic 
Date:   2017-10-05 08:08

There's the Gordon Jacob Sextet, which is pleasant. Maybe too similar to the Poulenc. Leo Smit wrote a nice one as well. Both have been recorded by the Hexagon Ensemble. I'm sure there are others that they've found as well, so maybe start by taking a look at their discography if you need more ideas.

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 Re: WWQ + piano
Author: elmo lewis 
Date:   2017-10-06 02:41

Wallingford Reigger - Concerto for piano and ww quintet.

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 Re: WWQ + piano
Author: tsmith 
Date:   2017-10-21 07:20

I play in a sextet that got together for the Poulenc and are now exploring the literature for this ensemble. Besides the Jacob and the Thuille, the Divertimento by Paul Juon, the Divertissement by Roussel, and the Rhapsodie by Jongen are all nice works. We’re hoping to work on the Sextet by Leo Smit or Edward Burlingame Hill next. Good luck!

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 Re: WWQ + piano
Author: A Brady 
Date:   2017-10-21 08:42

I recorded a brand new sextet for WW quintet and piano a few months ago, composed by my friend and colleague Milton Granger.
If you’re looking for a highly lyrical and also exciting piece that is literally hot off the presses, contact Milton through his Website. Our recording will soon be on his site, but isn’t up yet.


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 Re: WWQ + piano
Author: Hurstfarm 
Date:   2017-10-21 13:16

If you can team up with a narrator, Paul Patterson’s “three little pigs” and “little red riding hood” are well worth a look.

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