In three movements. With program notes. Hartley composed this piece for his friend, the trumpeter Charles Gleaves.
The Crane Wind Ensemble plays music by Lindroth, Yi, Hartley, Grainger, Kramer, Colgrass, Bardsley, and Wannamaker. Contents: Spin Cycle -- Dragon Rhyme -- Sinfonia No. 4 -- Gumsucker's March -- Mosaics -- Raag Mala -- Adirondack Songs.
Ireland: Alla Marcia -- Sursum Corda -- Elegiac Romance -- Miniature Suite -- Capriccio -- Meditation on John Keble's Rogationtide Hymn -- Elegy -- The Holy Boy -- Cavatina -- Epic March. Ives: Intrada -- Lullaby -- Processional. Hartley plays the organ of Harris Manchester College, Oxford.
This edition contains arrangements of the following tunes: Cowper (1803) by Oliver Holden; Mount Pleasant (1793) by Deolph; Poland (1785) by Timothy Swan; and Worcester (1778) by Abraham Wood. All arrangements are beginning-intermediate.
New expanded edition. Solos are grouped into sections emphasizing different technical aspects: the various positions, scales and arpeggios up to Sixth Position.
Several works for organ by the British composer. Includes: Organ Symphony; Man's Fourfold State; Two Voluntaries; and Heaven & Hell Epitomised.
Orchestral excerpts highlight technical issues such as slurred bowing, bowing effects, dotted rhythms, harmonics, pizzicato, and more.
Edited by Keith Hartley.
Gillingham: Cantus Laetus. Hartley: Concerto for 23 Winds.
Arranged by Walter Hartley (b. 1927). With introduction by the editor.
Originally composed in 1975 for English horn and two bassoons, the composer wrote this version for bassoon trio the same year- he indicates that the 3rd bassoon could also be played by a contra-basson.
Set of parts available (including solo saxophone parts) ($70.00).
Contents: I. Allegro Vivace -- II. Adagio espressivo -- III. Allegro molto. An early work by Hartley, for violin, viola and cello. This is a newly typset edition.