In four movements. With program notes. Commissioned by a consortium led by Steve Steele. The work is a collection of instrumental songs, often based on chorale melodies. The music begins with the reading of a poem by W. S. Merwin. Printed from manuscript.
In three movements. With program notes. Commissioned by a consortium headed by Dr. Stephen K. Steele of Illinois State University. The music is celebratory in nature. Printed from manuscript. Duration ca. 43 minutes. Custom print edition.
Commissioned by the University of Connecticut Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and premiered in 1991. The work is in five full movements, and calls for a very large ensemble of winds, brass and percussion. With program and biographical notes. Custom print edition, printed from manuscript.
Contents: O Earth, O Stars / Maslanka -- Symphony No. 3 / Franzetti. Performed by the Illinois State University Wind Symphony.
Performed by the University of Utah Wind Symphony.
Stephen Steele conducts the Illinois State University Wind Symphony. With John Koch, reader.
The North Texas Wind Symphony performs music by Grantham, Linn, Ticheli, Colgrass and Maslanka.
Commissioned by a consortium of 33 universities, and premiered in February 2001 by the Illinois State University Wind Symphony. The four movements are based on three chorale melodies. With program notes and an instrumentation list. Printed from manuscript. Duration ca. 40 minutes.
Commissioned in 1983 by the Big Ten Band Directors Association and dedicated t H. Owen Reed on his 75th birthday. In three movements, the second of which opens with an arrangement of the spiritual "Deep River." With composer's note Instrumentation provided. Duration: ca. 35 minutes.
The Ilinois State University Wind Symphony performs two works by Maslanka. Also includes Symphony No. 3 by Kimberly K. Archer. Conducted by Stephen K. Steele.
Includes Trumpet Concerto by Thomas Sleeper, and Symphony No. 3 by David Maslanka. Featuring Craig Morris, trumpet.
Also: Symphony No. 3 by David Maslanka; and Summer of 2008, by David Gillingham. Performed by the Illinois State University Wind Symphony.
Contents: Outdoor Overture / Copland -- Ceremonial Fanfare / Copland -- and the mountains rising nowhere / Schwantner -- Sleep / Whitacre -- Symphony No. 4 / Maslanka.
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.
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