Here is an excerpt from the individual music arrangements, note arrangements and instrumentations that I have made so far.
Dietrich Buxtehude: Rejoice, dear Christians
Arrangement of this festive baroque Advent cantata for wind orchestra. The arrangement was published by Baton Music - Eindhoven (NL).
Max Reger: Theme, Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart
Two instrumentations of Max Reger's magnificent orchestral work: one for a large symphonic wind orchestra and a slimmed-down version for the Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie (Saxon Wind Philharmonic).
Sepp Tanzer: Der Festtag
Sepp Tanzer wrote this very popular work in 1960, aimed at the small Tyrolean village bands of that time. The current version uses the complete sound range of a modern wind orchestra.
Francis Poulenc - Eric Satie – Jean Françaix: Touches
Commissioned arrangement for a wind orchestra concert: Suite of three small piano pieces from French literature called "Touches".
Willy Hautvast: Belcanto Overture
Instrumentation of the concert overture, composed for a standard instrumentation of a small marching band (without saxophones, oboe and bassoons, but with flugelhorns and tenor horns).
Richard Strauß: Solemn Entry
Transcription for wind orchestras and large organ written for the celebratory mass of the "100 years Musikkapelle Zwölfmalgreien - Bozen".
Joseph Haydn: Andante from the Trumpet Concerto in E Flat Major
Adaptation for solo trumpet and woodwind ensemble.
Marco Diana: The Little Count
Adaptation of a musical by Marco Diana that was designed for the instruments and playing skills of a music class. Score pages 1 and 2 for viewing Traditional: Advent Melody Adaptation of an Alpine yodel for three double-tube instruments for an Advent concert.
Traditional: Kommet ihr Hirten
Thanks to the clever simplification of the score, four young wind instrumentalists were able to perform this piece of music together for a Christmas concert.
Anthony Holborne: Allemande
Adaptation of the popular brass Allemande for brass, timpani and organ on the occasion of an organ consecration
Kathrin Unterlechner: Für’n Lorenz
The waltz, originally written for a folk ensemble, was rearranged for a woodwind ensemble and performed at a family celebration.
Claude Gervaise: Bransle & Galliarde
Arrangement of the French composer's dancing music with the intent to create a suitable saxophone literature for a medieval festival.
Peter Janssen: Ich trage einen Namen
A nice surprise for a christening. A serenade featuring an extravagant instrument blend: trumpet, trombone and guitar.
Giulio Caccini: Ave Maria
The famous Ave Maria dressed up gets a new sound: soprano saxophone, euphonium, two violins and cello.
Johann Stamitz: Klarinettenkonzert in B - poco presto
Arrangement of the famous clarinet concerto (third movement) for woodwind ensemble.
Johann Pezel: Intrada
Arrangement for the "Low Brass" of a concert band.