David Maslanka: Works for Younger Wind Ensembles

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Accessible Works, Updated Music, and WASBE 2015 Wrap-up

Works for Younger Wind Ensembles
We’ve just posted a two-part series going over David’s more accessible works for wind ensemble. Read part 1, talking about how directors might think about selecting new music and part 2, a listing (in order of difficulty) of […]

David Maslanka: Works for Younger Wind Ensembles

This is part 2 of a 2-part series. Read David’s thought on selecting music for younger wind ensembles in part 1.

Here are nearly twenty works for wind ensemble, arranged in approximate ascending order of difficulty, with commentary by David […]

The Nature of Consciousness: Correspondence

We’d love to encourage you to write to David with questions or comments that you have about his music. He loves hearing your thoughts and feelings. Get in touch on the Contact page.

June 6, 2015: Mark Weidenaar wrote David […]

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Congratulations to Jeff Ball and the Brooklyn Wind Symphony on a fantastic performance of the Clarinet Concerto at the WASBE 2015 conference. Soloist Jeff Hodes was spectacular both technically and emotionally. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

By Invitation
The excellent radio program Wind and Rhythm has featured David on their recent episode. Doug Brown presents great performances of SYMPHONY NO. 4, MOTHER EARTH, TRAVELER, and MORNING STAR. You can find out more about the show at windandrhythm.com.
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Opportunities come in all sorts of ways, from a casual invitation all the way through the engraved kind that comes by snail mail. Sometimes you accept and sometimes you decline, but you’ll never have a story to tell if you decline. The subject of our theme this time comes from an email invitation I…

2 months ago


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