Commissioned by members of the New York Philharmonic and dedicated to Kenneth Campbell. Premiered in September 1999. With program and biographical notes.
Composed in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the International Trumpet Guild. A short piece whose title says it all. Of intermediate difficulty.
Complete in the spring of 1993, the sonata was commissioned by and dedicated to Michael Powell, who premiered the work at the 1993 Aspen Music Festival, with the composer at the piano. Biographical sketch and program note (composer's quote).
Contents: I. Bal du Moulin de la Galette (Pierre-Auguste Renoir) -- II. La neige a Louveciennes (Alfred Sisley) -- III. Le gouffre, paysage (Paul Huet). Dedicated to Dominic Derasse and L'orchestre de la Garde Republicaine. Of advanced difficulty. Custom print edition.
A concerto in three movements. With a biographical note. Composed for oboist Linda Strommen and the Indiana University Wind Ensemble. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 19 minutes.
In three movements. Dedicated to Marya Martin and the Bridgehampton Chamber Musicians. Of moderate difficulty. Custom print edition.
In three movements. With a program note. Dedicated to Edward Reid, Tom Ervin and the University of Arizona Philharmonic Orchestra. The music was modeled after the double concerti of the classical and romantic eras. Of advanced difficulty. Custom print edition.
Flutist Martin performs the music of Ewazen. Contents: Flute Sonata No. 1 -- Mosaics for Flute, Bassoon and Marimba -- Bridgehampton Suite for Flute, Violin, Viola and Cello -- SeaSkye Songs for Soprano, Flute, Violin, Cello, Piano and Percussion. With soprano Susan Narucki and the Bridgehampton…
The University of Western Michigan Symphonic Band plays music by Richard Danielpour, Eric Ewazen, Kathryn Salfelder, and Anthony Plog.
Bauer performs music by Jerome Naulais, Marc Lys, Eric Ewazen, and Marc Steckar. With the Musique de l'Air Wind Band.
This disc features trumpet music by Slawomir Cichor, Krzysztof Grzeszczak, Erik Morales, Joseph Turin, Eric Ewazen, and James Stephenson. With pianists Marta Macierzynska and Aleksandra Nawe.
Foley plays music by Eric Ewazen, Richard Peaslee, Thorvald Hansen, Paul Hindemith, Robert Starer, and Frazz Strauss. With Bonnie Anderson, piano.
Music by Lennox Berkeley, Frederic Duvernoy, Edmund Leloir, and Eric Ewazen. With Bruce Bonnell, horn; Hai-Xin Wu, violin; and Zhihua Tang, piano.
The Grand Valley State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble plays music by Brendan Collins, Eric Ewazen, Kevin McKee, Erik Morales, and James M. Stephenson.
Alessi performs with the Columbus State University Wind Ensemble. Includes recent works by Bert Appermont, Christopher Theofanidis, J. M. David, Robert Rumbelow, Michael Gandolfi and Eric Ewazen.
The University of Maryland Brass Trio performs works by Eric Ewazen, Lauren Bernofsky, Anthony Plog, Vaclav Nelhybel, Alan Hovhaness, and David Sampson.
The Trio Con Brio performs music by Elena Sokolovski and Eric Ewazen. Gary Whitman, clarinet; Misha Galaganov, viola; and John Owings, piano.
Eric Ewazen: Trio For Horn, Violin, & Piano -- Daniel Kellogg: A Glorious Morning -- Brahms: Trio II In E Flat Major, Op. 40. With Michael Thornton, horn; Yumi Hwang-Williams, violin; Andrew Litton, piano.
Thoughts, Analysis and Commentary on Contemporary Masterpieces for Wind Band. Featuring music by Samuel Adler, David Bedford, Daniel Bukvich, David Del Tredici, Eric Ewazen, Joan Tower, Joseph Turrin, Dan Welcher, and others. With a foreword and preface. Music examples.
Contents: Palisades Suite, by Eric Ewazen; Wind-Space, by Brian Schober; Eine Kleine Abendmusik, by Fred Messner; Parable for a Parrot, by Dick Hyman; Three American Portraits, by Randall Faust; The Spice of the Program, by Ben Model. Performed by the Palisades Virtuosi.
Contents: Diversion / Fisher Tull -- Sonata for Trombones / Simon Wills -- Prelude et Danse / Jacques Casterede -- Danza della Vita / Eric Ewazen -- Soliloquy / Anthony Barfield -- Diversions on a Theme / Michael Divers. Performed by the Stentorian Consort.
An arrangement of the middle movement of Ewazen's Ballade, Pastorale and Dance, originally composed for flute, horn and piano. With program and biographical notes.
Ewazen originally composed this piece in 1986 for Jean Kopperud. In this one movement piece, the lyric clarinet floats over a gentle accompaniment. With program and biographical notes.