Francesco Baccherini [early 19th century], Armonia, for Solo Flute, 2 solo clarinets, tutti clarinets, 2 bassoons, trombone. This score is three movements long and found in the Biblioteca Musicale Greggiati in Oestiglia, Italy.
Siegessinfonie by Ludwig van Beethoven, modern edition for wind ensemble by David Whitwell. The original band composition survives in a presentation copy by Beethoven’s copyist, with the composer’s corrections and a title page entirely in his hand.
This Armonia (concert work) of medium difficulty was composed in 1862 for the “School of Wind Instruments of the Royal Institution of Music in Florence.” This Royal Musical Institute was opened for public instruction in 1862 and we may assume this Armonia was composed for this occasion.
A work composed by one of the French Revolution's most important composers/conductors. First premiered in the Cathedral of Notre Dame, and representing the first masterpiece in this instrumentation from the era that gave birth to the modern band, in a new, detailed, critical edition by Dr. Adam Kehl.
Composed by the most important musical figure in Revolutionary France, this unique work features the largest instrumentation from the era that gave birth to the modern band. In a new, detailed, critical edition by Dr. Adam Kehl.