Eastman Wind Ensemble
WindWorks Journal Contents
Issue 1- Fall 1997
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: A look at the influence of early trends in composition and orchestration.
- A Talk with Karel Husa- Scatterday: Award-winning composer and conductor Husa on Prague, composing, musicians, and more.
- Wind Library: The Sacred Harp- David Liptak
- Wind Library: Fantasia and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 537- Donald Hunsberger (tr.)
- Wind Library: Concerto for Clarinet, K. 622- Robert Rumbelow (tr.)
- Wind Library: Star Wars Trilogy- Donald Hunsberger (arr.)
- Two Railroad Marches: E7A and RS-2- Lamont Downs (tr.)
- Insights: Classical Wind Scoring Practices: Mozart- Robert Rumbelow
Issue 2- Fall 1998
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: Tracing wind band development through English military band journals of the 1800’s.
- A Talk with Kent Kennan- Author and composer Kennan speaks on his music, Hanson, Hindemith, and more.
- Wind Library: Renaissance Set I- Mark Scatterday (arr.)
- Wind Library: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor- Hunsberger (tr.)
- Wind Library: Rhapsody in Blue- Hunsberger and Verrier (tr.)
- Wind Library: Sonata for Trumpet- Kent Kennan (tr.)
- Wind Library: Concerto for Piano and Winds- Verne Reynolds
- Insights: Performance Solutions to Gabrieli’s Ensemble Works- Scatterday
Issue 3- Fall 1999
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: Tracing wind band development through American brass bands of the 1800’s.
- A Talk with Timothy Reynish- Conductor and educator Reynish reflects on the wind band movement in England and abroad.
- Wind Library: Fantasy Variations- Donald Grantham
- Wind Library: Dancin’ into the ‘20’s- Reeg, Scates, Herbert, and Levy
- Wind Library: My Robin is to the Greenwood Gone- Grainger (arr. Sturm)
- Wind Library: Concerto for Trumpet in E-flat Major- Haydn
- Insights: Gershwin’s Rhapsody in blue, by Thomas Verrier- Scoring evolution
- Innovations: Music Meets Technology- Mark Scatterday
Issue 4- Fall 2000
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: Patrick Gilmore and his contributions to the development of the American wind band.
- Insights: Three Japanese Dances, by Bernard Rogers- A new full score and set of parts in an edition by Timothy Topolewski
- A Talk with Frederick Fennell- Conductor Fennell talks about his early impressions of the first performance of the Three Japanese Dances in 1934.
- A Talk with Mrs. Bernard Rogers- Elizabeth Rogers discusses Bernard Rogers’ approach to writing the Three Japanese Dances
- Wind Library: Catfish Row by George Gershwin- Husberger (arr.)
- The Duke of Marlborough Fanfare- Percy Grainger
- Concerto for Horn in E-flat, K. 417- Mozart
Issue 5- Spring 2001
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: John Philip Sousa: His Marches
- Wind Library: Cuban Overture by George Gershwin- Mark Rogers (arr.)
- Wind Library: Second Rhapsody for Piano and Wind Ensemble by Gershwin- Ripley (arr.)
Issue 6- Spring 2002
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: Sousa Suites and Fantasies
- Wind Library: Textures- Harry Bulow
- The Eastman Wind Ensemble at 50! Three New Digital Recordings
Issue 7- Winter 2002
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: David Wallace Reeves and the American Band of Providence, RI
- Wind Library: Echoes of the 1860’s- Donald Hunsberger (arr.)
- Wind Library: Harrison’s Dream- Peter Graham
- Wind Library: Descriptive Catalog
Issue 8- Winter 2003
- Defining the Wind Band Sound- Hunsberger: Writers and publications of the Sousa Era
- Wind Library: Carmen Fantasia; Under Gypsy Skies; A Stephen Foster Set- Hunsberger (arr.)
- Wind Library: Sandburg Reflections- Lewis Buckley (for mezzo soprano and winds)
- Wind LIbrary: Ouverture by Germaine Tailleferre, arr. Paynter, ed. Boyd
- On the Bookshelf: The Wind Band and its Repertoire- Michael Votta
Issue 9- Spring 2005
- Defining the Wind Band Sounds- Hunsberger: Wind Chamber Music
- A Conversation with Rodney Winther and Donald DeRoche
- A Chamber music Symposium: The 2004 CCM Chamber Workshop
- Wind Library: An Annotated Guide to Wind Chamber Music for Six to Eighteen Players- Rodney Winther
- Wind Library: Seascape- Ruth Gipps
- Wind Library: Sunan Dances- Dorothy Chang
- Wind Library: Vocalise, by Rachmaninoff- Hunsberger (arr.)
- Wind Library: Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair, a Setting for Solo Two Trumpets and Wind Ensemble, by Stephen Foster- Hunsberger (arr.)