Here is more music, and I’ve also updated the WWQ list. Purchaser pays for shipping. You can text me (if you have my phone number!), email at pattyoboe [at] me [dot] com, or leave a message here on the site if you want a quote. By the time people get to me it’s possible some things will have already been sold. I do try to keep up and strike through things that have been requested but not paid for. Once payment is received I remove items completely. (Payment via Zelle is easiest, Venmo works as well. Paypal charges me a fee, so that’s less desirable.)

An asterisk means the music was never touched, aside from my putting my name on all the parts. There was a time when I had very little self-control about music purchasing! Some women buy shoes. I bought music.

WIND DUETS

Flute & Oboe
*Alex Shapiro: Re:pair for Flute & Oboe (Alex sent the file to me to print this, and it is not printed back-to-back)

Oboe & Clarinet
*Arthur Berger: Duo for Clarinet & Oboe (Edition Peters)

Oboe & Horn
*Alex Wilder: Suite for Oboe & Horn (Margun Music)

Oboe & Bassoon
*Eugéne Bozza: Contrasted II for Oboe & Bassoon (Alphonse Leduc)
*Jack Curtis Dubowsky: Andromaque – Six Bongatelles for Oboe & Bassoon (De Stijl Music)
*Gordon Jacob: Three Little Pieces for Oboe & Bassoon (Musica Rara)
*Roger C. Vogel: Suite in G for Oboe & Bassoon (Tritone Press / Theodore Presser)
*Hovhaness: Suite for Oboe & Bassoon (Edition Peters)

WIND TRIOS

Two Oboes, English horn
Joseph Triebensee: Variations on a theme by Haydn (Symphony No. 94) (ed. Antonín Myslík) (Edition Kneusslin Basel)

Flute, Oboe, Bassoon
*Wolfgang Fortner: Serenade (Schott)
*Giuseppe Cambini: Trio, Op. 45 No 6 (Edition Musica Rara)
*Clyde Thompson: Four Miniatures for Woodwind Trio (Self Published) 2 sets
Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in G minor (P 402) (Edition Musica Rara)

Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon
*G.F. Handel (arr. Clifton Williams): Sonata (Southern Music Company)
*Kirke Mechem: Trio (ECS Publishing)
*Heitor Villa-Lobos: Trio ( International Music)

WIND QUARTET

Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon
*Arthur Harris: Diversion for Woodwind Quartet (Rongwen Music)
*Boris Pillin: Scherzo for Woodwind Quartet (Western International Music)
*Judith Lang Raiment: From the Folk (Jeanné Music Publications)

Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon
Karl Stamitz: Quartet for Wind Instruments, E-flat major, Op. 8 No. 2 (Verlag (Thomi~Berg)
Philip Freihofner: Quartet #1 (The Hat Box Quartet), (Self Published)
*Gary Friedman: Wind Quartets 1,2, & 3 (could also be bassoon instead of horn, and could be 2 oboes, EH, and bassoon as well) (Self Published)
*Gary Friedman: Wind Quartets 4,5, & 6 (could also be bassoon instead of horn, and could be 2 oboes, EH, and bassoon as well) (Self Published)

WINDS & PIANO

Flute, Oboe, Piano
*Domenico Cimarosa (ed. Louis Moyse): Concerto in G Major for 2 Flutes & Piano OR Flute, Oboe, Piano (Southern Music Co.)
Jacques Ibert: Aria for Flute (or Violin) Violin (or Oboe), Piano (Leduc)
*William Grant Still: Miniatures (Oxford University Press)
*W. A. Mozart: Phantiasie für eine Orgelwalze (Musikverlag Wilhelm Zimmermann)

Oboe, Horn, Piano
*Heinrich von Herzogenberg: Trio Opus 61 (Breitkopf & Härtel)
Carl Reinecke: Trio in A minor, Opus 188 (International Music Company)

Oboe, Bassoon, Piano
*Alex Shapiro: Desert Notes (Activist Music Publishing … printed on my computer, NOT back-to-back)
Francis Poulenc: Trio (Wilhelm Hansen)
*W. A. Mozart: Divertimento (arr. Edith Rothwell) (J & W Chester, Ltd) (May also be done flute or clarinet, cello, piano)
*Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in G major (International Music Co.)

Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, PianoOBOE & STRINGS
*J.C. Bach: Quartet in B major for Oboe, Violin, Viola, Cello (Edition Kunzelmann)
Benjamin Britten: Phantasy Quartet (Oboe, Violin, Viola, Cello) (Boosey & Hawkes)
Georg Philipp Telemann: Sonatina in e major for Oboe, Violin, Basso Continuo (Hortus Musicus, Bärenreiter-Verlag)

VARIOUS INSTRUMENTS
*David Alpher: Las Meninas: Variations for Oboe, Cello, Guitar, Piano (Brixton Publications)
*Joseph Bodin de Boismortier: Sonate in E minor for Flute (Oboe, Violin), Viola da gamba (Bassoon, Cello), Basso Continuo
*David Leisner: Extremes (Flute, Clarinet, Guitar) (Doberman-Yppan)
*Igor Stravinsky (arr. S Dushkin): Pastorale Chant sans paroles for Violin and wind quartet of Oboe, English horn, Clarinet, Bassoon (Schott)

EASIER MUSIC
31 Christmas Carols (arr. Alan Hawkins) for Bassoon Trio or Low Brass Trio (Bocal Music)
31 Christmas Carols (arr. Alan Hawkins) for Flute Trio or Two Flutes & Alto Flute (Bocal Music)
31 Christmas Carols (arr. Alan Hawkins) for Two Oboes & English horn (Bocal Music)
Handel Royal Fireworks Music (Transcribed by Alan Hawkins) for Two Oboes & English horn or Two Oboes & Bassoon (Bocal Music)
Oboe Duets & Trios, Volume 2 (arr. Evelyn McCarty) (Southern Music Co.)
*Chamber Music for Three Flutes, Easy to Medium (arr. Voxman) (Rubank)

22. November 2023 · Comments Off on Letting Music Go · Categories: Sales!, WWQuintet · Tags: , ,

I’ve had music in my closet that hasn’t been played in years — in some cases for over twenty years, I’m sure, and possibly even longer! At this point I am finally letting it go. I compiled a list of woodwind quintet music I was selling and posted it on Facebook, but I realized not everyone is on that site, so I will also post things here.

After Thanksgiving (possibly even before if I find myself with free time), I’ll start posting more chamber music. I’m not releasing my oboe solo works, nor am I letting etude books go, but I’m ready to say goodbye to a lot of chamber music. (Sadly I never did end up playing some works that I had hoped to do, but I didn’t exactly work hard on finding players to do them with.)

Here are the quintet works still “on the market”. Those with an * are completely clean parts — no marks aside from my name:

*Malcolm Arnold: Three Shanties
*J.C. Bach (arr. Wall): Classical Quintet
Claude Debussy (arr. Bozza): Le Petit Négre
Eric Ewazen: Roaring Fork
Farkas Ferenc: Early Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century
*Gary Friedman: The Pied Piper of Hamelin (for WWQ and narrator)
*George Gershwin (arr. William Hoyt): Preludes for Piano
Joseph Haydn (arr. Philadelphia WWQ): Divertimento No 1 in B-flat
Gustav Holst: Wind Quintet in A-flat
Darius Milhaud: La Cheminée du Roi René
*Philip Rothman: Six Miniatures
*Joan Tower: Island Prelude (for oboe and wind quartet)
*Flemming Weis: Serenade without serious intentions
*Richard D. Wetzel: Sonatina On American Folk Themes

Pricing is sort of tricky, but it was suggested I charge 50% of the original cost, which seems fair in most instances, but I’m open to negotiation. Purchaser pays for shipping.

If you want to see my library list you can go here, but I admit I haven’t kept it up to date so I’m betting there are things that I no longer have and there are new things I never bothered to list!

Publisher and editor Trevor Cramer of TrevCo describes Lacy’s music as “innovative, refreshing and creative.” He says that the new pieces are “a wonderful addition to the literature available to the double reed player and others.”

Since some readers are double reeders, I figured I’d post a link to this article. (I did have to kind of laugh about the photo of the composer. My first reaction was, “too bad he has half a face.” I know it’s supposed to look creative and all … just doesn’t work for me.)

You can also visit Trev Co Music to see what else is there. It’s a good resource for double reed musicians.