2 oboes

von Weber - Andante and Hungarian Rondo, Op. 35 for bassoon and band (9'00)

The popular bassoon solo has been transcribed and edited for band by Christopher Weait. The instrumentation is solo bassoon with 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 3 B-flat clarinets (that can be doubled or tripled), bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 2 B-flat trumpets, 2 horns in F, tuba, double bass and timpani. The transcription follows the wind writing in von Weber's orchestral score.

$45.00
$45.00

Reicha - Musique pour célébrer . . . . Reduced instrumentation version (20'30)

A reduced instrumentation version of the largest of Reicha's two monumental works for 3 wind bands. This performing edition calls for 14 musicians (or more if parts are doubled) as follows: 1 piccolo, 2 oboes, 2 B-flat clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns in F, 2 trumpets in C (or B-flat), 1 double bass, 1 field drums and 1 bass drum. If you can't find enough players for the original instrumentation, perform this version because the music is very good and deserves to be heard. We also publish the original full instrumentation [1114A,B]

$64.00
$64.00

Reicha - Marche funébre for 3 wind bands. Reduced instrumentation edition (2'15)

A reduced instrumentation for one of Reicha's two monumental works for 3 wind bands. The reduced instrumentation calls for 13 musicians (or more if parts are doubled) as follows: 2 oboes, 2 B-flat clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns in F, 2 trumpets in C (or B-flat), 2 double bass, 1 field drums and 1 bass drum. The music is very good and deserves to be heard. We also publish the full, original instrumentation in a performing edition [1114A,B].

$32.00
$32.00

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

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

$20.00
$20.00

Weait - Little March for Small Band (2'15)

Little March for Small Band was composed for the 1962 Fourth of July celebration at the Yale Summer School of Music and Art in Norfolk, Connecticut. A few wind players prepared a "band concert" suitable for the occasion. A visiting musician, Les Thimmig, later of the University of Wisconsin, volunteered to play bass clarinet. The piece is dedicated to him. Scored for 2 flutes (2nd / piccolo), 2 oboes, 2 B-flat clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns in F, Bf-lat trumpet, trombone and double bass.


$40.00
$40.00

Handel - Alla Hornpipe for double reed quartet (1'20)

A movement from Handel's Concerto in F of 1715. The music is also heard in his Water Music. Scored for 2 oboes and 2 bassoons with some two part sections for each player to shine. Also available in a version for 2 oboes, English horn & bassoon [9219A]


$8.00
$8.00

"W. H" (19th Century) - Tally Ho Galop (3'12)

A transcription for 10 players of a piano piece discovered in a 19th century collection from my wife's ancestors. A delightfully buoyant dance. Scored for flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinet in B-flat, 2 bassoons, 2 horns in F and double bass or contrabassoon. I speculate that the composer used initials as identification to remain anonymous.


$20.00
$20.00

Weait - Couplets for double reed quartet (1'00)

A short work was composed for a group of high-school aged double reed players to rehearse with limited time and perform at a woodwind clinic. Rhythmically the parts use only quarter and eighth notes in cut time, but with a liberal scattering of rests within measures. The ranges are moderate for 2 oboes and 2 bassoons.


$10.00
$10.00

Weait - Two Canadian Folk Tunes for wind nonet (6'00)

Two Canadian Folk Tunes for wind nonet is an arrangement of two melodies found in "Come 'A Singing Canadian Folk Songs" by Marius Barbeau, et al (Ottawa: the King's Printer, 1947). "My Lonely heart" came from the singing on Mme. Bolduc, Quebec City, 1918; "the Jolly Raftsmen" is a French Canadian Ottawa River song. I later set "The Jolly Raftsman" for woodwind quintet [9513] and for twelve orchestral woodwinds as "Merry Raftsmen" [7905].


$30.00
$30.00

Weait - 4 Marches from Early America for 2 oboes and 2 bassoons (9'15)

These Four Marches from Early America are found in the "Merrimac Collection of Instrumental and Martial Musick" by Henry Eaton Moore, printed and published by Jacob B. Moore in Concord, New Hampshire in 1833. The tempos reflect the slower, dignified marching style of the Revolutionary and Federalist periods. the United States March consists entirely of three-measure phrases

1. Colonel Orne's March (4'00)
2. United States March (1'00)
3. General Washington's March (1'45)
4. General Wayne's March (2'30)

$15.00
$15.00
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