Contents: Concerto 2010 / Anthony Plog -- Variations on the Porazzi Theme of Richard Wagner / Alfred Reed -- Symphony No. 8 / David Maslanka. With the American Brass Quintet and Texas Christian University Wind Symphony.
The Emory Symphonic Winds perform music by Alfred Reed, Gustav Holst, Bruce Boughton, Jennifer Higdon, Leroy Anderson, and others.
Douglas M. Jordan is the Chair of the Fine Arts Department and Director of Instrumental Music Activities at Palmer Trinity School in Miami, Florida. Biography, works and premieres, discography, and writings of composer and conductor A. Reed. B&W photo. Appendices: lists of compositions.Index.
Kosma's song had English lyrics by Johnny Mercer, as well as French lyrics by Jacques Prevert. Reed's orchestration is for a full-sized group, including optional harp and piano solo parts.
Arranged by Alfred Reed for Solo flute section (unison) with Symphonic Band.
Instrumentation: 3, 2+1, 2+1, 2+1 / 4, 3, 3, 1, timp, str.
1, 1, 2, 1 - 1, 2, 1, 0, perc, hp, pf, str.
With program note by Alfred Reed. Note to the conductor by Clark McAlister.
Composers: Alfred Reed, Clark McAlister, Franz Schubert, Jean Françaix, Johannes Brahms, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Pierre Max Dubois.;
The Mansfield University of Pennsylvania Concert Wind Ensemble performs music by Frank Ticheli, Julie Giroux, James Barnes, Adam F. Brennan, Jan Van der Roost, and Alfred Reed.
The Florida Gulf Coast University Wind Orchestra plays music by John Adams, Paul Creston, Shelley Hanson, John Mackey, Alfred Reed, Eric Whitacre, and others.
The Mansfield University Concert Wind Ensemble plays music by David Gillingham, Donald Grantham, Karl King, John Mackey, David Maslanka, Alfred Reed, and John Philip Sousa.
The Taiwan Wind Ensemble performs music by Leonard Bernstein, J. S. Bach, Claude Smith, Chia-Ying Chiang, Alfred Reed, and Dmitri Shostakovich.
…an opportunity to expose your younger players to the work of renown composer, Alfred Reed. Written for the Regina Lions Club Junior Band from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and premiered at the Midwest Conference, Alfred's outstanding work is a must for young bands looking for significant literature.
…Old Capital (Kiev). A study score of the spectacular new setting for wind symphony. Simpson's orchestration is the first one for winds based upon the composer's manuscript instead of the flawed 1886 edition of the piano original. Edited by the eminent American composer of wind music, Alfred Reed.
This piece was originally the second movement of Reed's Suite Concertante for cello ensemble and double bass. It was re-scored and premiered in 1976. This is a reprint of the 1977 Piedmont Music edition. With program and performance notes. Duration ca. 5 minutes.
A concert suite in which each of the five movements takes on the character of a scene from Shakespeare's tragedy. The original 1977 version was composed for wind orchestra; this version is for a large ensemble of brass and percussion. With program notes.