This is a list of some of the standards of concert band repertoire. This is an inclusive list of the accepted standard works written specifically for concert band or Rapid Hand Movements - Various - MERZfunder (File) ensemble. The following works are some of the most universally respected and established cornerstones of the band repertoire.
All have "stood the test of time" through decades of regular performance, and many, either through an innovative use of the medium or by the fame of their composer, helped establish the wind band as a legitimate, serious performing ensemble. These pieces may not necessarily be quite as universally acknowledged as the above list, but occupy an extremely important place in the repertoire nonetheless.
Ebanda Boni ? - Chem-Chem Yetu* - Zaïre the previous works, they have proven themselves through many performances, most over a span of decades. The following works are rapidly gaining acceptance as standard repertoire. Most have been composed within the last 30 years. There are thousands of transcriptions of pieces from other media mostly orchestra available for the concert band; however, some transcriptions are performed so often that they can be said to have achieved a place of their own in the concert band repertoire.
The Klavier Wind Recording Projectbegun in by Eugene Corporon while he was director of bands at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Musichas helped provide recordings of many of the most important and more recent pieces in the wind band literature. The recording project continues today, having followed Corporon to the University of North Texas. The project continues to this day under the label GIA.
Richard Fischer, has just released its twelfth recording of sacred wind music. Since the series began inthe ensemble has made many premiere recordings of now widely known and played wind literature. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Symphony n. Sinfonia n. John Paynter Prelude, Siciliano, and Rondo trans. John Paynter Tam o' Shanter Overture trans. Erik W. Walter Beeler or Clare Grundman Slava! A Political Overture March For Band Godzilla - Various - Beginners Guide To Brass . Mark Hindsley Haydn Variations trans.
Mark Hindsley Lincoln Portrait trans. Walter Beeler An Outdoor March For Band Godzilla - Various - Beginners Guide To Brass trans. Aaron Copland Preamble for a Solemn Occasion trans. Leigh Steiger Symphony No. Finale trans.
Mark Hindsley, Erik W. Dwayne S. Milburn Prelude No. John Krance Rhapsody in Blue trans. Gordon Jacob or Denis Wright Capriccio trans. John Boyd The Planets trans. Jonathan Elkus Country Band March trans. James Sinclair Variations on " America " trans. Lucien Cailliet William Tell Overture trans. Donald Hunsberger October trans. Preston Mitchell Folk Dances trans. Robert Reynolds Galop from " Moscow, Cheryomushki " trans.
Donald Hunsberger Jean Sibelius Finlandia trans. William J. Duthoit Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Overture trans. Mark Hindsley " Tannhauser " Overture trans. Leonard Falcone. Musical repertoire. Categories : Concert Wells Rag - Robert Wells - The Complete Collection pieces Lists of compositions by instrumentation. Hidden categories: All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from March Namespaces Article Talk.