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  1. Solos for Celebrations and Remembrances

    Composer: Vogel, Roger C.
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Oboe
    Genre: Contemporary
    "Solos for Celebrations and Remembrances" for solo oboe by Roger C. Vogel is a collection of 12 short songs for special occasions: 2 for birthdays, 3 for weddings, 2 for remembrances, one for an anniversary, and one each for Irish, Jewish and Italian celebrations. This is a fun and practical “must” for all oboists to have in their repertoire. Learn More

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  2. Sonata

    Composer: Joyce, Brian
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Oboe, Piano
    Genre: Contemporary

    This "Sonata" for Oboe and Piano is in 3 movements and is a nice addition to the college recital repertoire.  The movements are:

    I. Prelude

    II. Rondo

    III. Fantasia

    Program notes from the composer:

    Brian Joyce’s two sonatas, one for oboe and piano, the other for flute and piano (also published by Cimarron Music Press) are sister works. Both were written in 1971 when Joyce was an undergrad composition major in college and both are reflective of the seasons in which they were composed: the flute sonata, written in Spring, is fresh, expansive and tuneful while the oboe sonata, composed the following September, has a more burnished autumnal quality. About the oboe sonata the composer writes:

    “My intention in this sonata was to write a more tightly and economically constructed work than the flute sonata of the previous Spring, while trying out some new ideas I had been considering. The oboe sonata breaks the traditional mold immediately by putting its slow movement first, following it with a galloping rondo, and saving its longest, most complex movement for last.  This third movement has a symmetrical arch-like form in which the key centers of each successive principal section rise by minor thirds. This puts the central slow section (equidistant from both ends of the movement) at a tritone away from the movement’s ostensible key. There is also quite a bit of dabbling with metric modulation and non-tertian harmony. The Sonata was revised in 1992 and received its premiere in November 1993. At that time, the piece was older than I was when I first wrote it.”

    The sonata is dedicated to the composer’s wife, the oboist Susan Joyce. 

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  3. Sonatina

    Composer: Ingram, Charles
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Oboe, Piano
    Genre: Contemporary
    with Piano; Written for Dr. Richard Kravchak, this three movement work is a challenging work for an advanced high school or college aged player. Learn More

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  4. Stuff

    Composer: Grant, James
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Oboe
    Genre: Contemporary

    unaccompanied

    Stuff is the first of four recital pieces commissioned by and dedicated to 78 adventure-seeking tubists representing 30 states and three countries, who fearlessly joined the 2001 Solstice/Equinox Commissioning Consortium. As each solstice and equinox approached during the year 2001, a new piece was sent out to the participants. All four pieces (Stuff, High Autumn, Just a Thought and Endorphins) now exist in multiple versions for orchestral and band instruments and are programmed frequently at conferences and on student and faculty recitals throughout the year.

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  5. Suite Amici

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: Alto Flute, English Horn, Flute, Oboe
    Genre: Contemporary

    Suite Amici for Flute/Alto Flute and Oboe/English Horn by Howard J. Buss was composed for Amici Musicale of the University of South Florida in Tampa: Drs. Francesca Arnone Flutes and Amy Collins Oboe/English horn:

    I. Prelude (2’00”)

    II. First Encounter (2’00”)

    III. Romance (2’31”)

    IV. Second Encounter (2’00”)

    V. Reverie Third Encounter (3’04”)

    Total duration: 12’

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  6. Super Groove

    Composer: D'Ambrosio, Mike
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Oboe, Piano
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano

    Composer Mike D’Ambrosio says, “Super Groove was commissioned by oboist Celeste Johnson Frehner (Oklahoma State University) and was premiered in April 2012. After I sent Celeste an early draft of the piece (about half done at that time), her first response was “This is super groovy!” and thus the title was born. For my part, I was trying to bring together my worlds as composer and music theory professor by taking some of the fun theory topics I get to teach (sonata form, chromatic mediants, ostinato, polyrhythms, and set theory) and squeezing them into a driving, energetic, and highly rhythmic texture. The piece is extremely fun to play and has been very well received by audiences.”

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  7. Totally Tubular

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: English Horn, Flugelhorn, Oboe, Trumpet
    Genre: Contemporary
    Its 3 movements traverse a wide variety of sonic atmospheres and moods. The first, "Initiations," is scored for oboe and muted trumpet. "Waveful" features the beautiful and enchanting combination of the English horn and flügelhorn. The performers shift back onto the oboe and trumpet for the stirring final movement, "Emanations." The titles of the movements, as well as that of the larger work, refer to a number of uses of the expression ‘totally tubular.” Obviously, the instruments used in the piece are tubular. The expression is used in popular culture to indicate excitement, or that something is “rad“, cool”, or “punk.” Among surfers the expression has been used to describe particularly impressive breaking barrel waves. Players read from score, 2 scores are provided. Learn More

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  8. Turbulent Times

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Trio Instruments: Bassoon, Flute, Oboe
    Genre: Contemporary
    Was composed during 2009, a time when The Great Recession held its powerful grip much of the world, and uncertainty continued to build within American society. There was a general sense that the prosperity of the past may never return, and that the future may bring even more hardships. As the seemingly endless wars in Iraq and Afghanistan wore on, many did not expect peace to return in the foreseeable future. Yet, life went on. The music of Turbulent Times suggests the ebb and flow of the intense uncertainty felt by many with the more pleasant aspects of everyday life. Following the lyrical and plaintive introduction, stormy passages give way to sections of relative tranquility, only to reappear. Learn More

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  9. Tweet for Two

    Composer: Small, Haskell
    Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: Oboe
    Genre: Contemporary
    Composed for Dan Doesher and Jeanine Reinier. This colorful, entertaining duo began as a light-hearted “Suite for Two” and evolved into a sparkling, engaging rondo. Written in the composer's assessible, lyrical style, there are hints of Shostakovich, including a tune also quoted by the Russian master, Tea for Two. Recorded on the 4-Tay CD 4020 “Twisted Pine Branch”. Learn More

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  10. What Child is This?

    Composer: Traditional Arranger: Peterson, Geoffrey
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano
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