You are here
Warning: images may be copyrighted. If no copyright is shown, see their site of origin for details, or contact me.
Sheet music for Howard Sandroff
Solo saxophone Eb — Score — Classical: 20th Century (Contemporary)
Composed by Howard Sandroff (1949-). Claude Delangle. Classical: 20th Century (Contemporary). Score. 8 pages. Editions Henry Lemoine #26631. Published by Editions Henry Lemoine (LM.26631).
— CD — Classical
Composed by Howard Skempton (1947-). Classical. CD. Naxos #ORC100116. Published by Naxos (NX.ORC100116).
— — Classical
By William Howard. By Bernard Hughes, Chia-Ying Lin, David Knotts, Frederick Viner, Joby Talbot, Jud, Michael Zev Gordon, Pavel Zemek Novak, Richard Reed Parry, Robert Saxton, Piers Hellawell, Elena Kats-Chernin (1957-), Howard Skempton (1947-), David Matthews, Nico Muhly, and Cheryl Frances-Hoad (1980-). Classical. Naxos #ORC100083. Published by Naxos (NX.ORC100083).
Franz Krommer: Symphonies Nos. 1-3 — Orchestra della Svizzera italiana; Howard Griffiths; Howard Griffiths
— listening CD — Classical
By Orchestra della Svizzera italiana; Howard Griffiths; Howard Griffiths. By Franz Krommer (1759-1831). Country of Origin: Germany. Classical. Listening CD. Published by CPO (NX.555099-2).
Jascha Heifetz Collection, Vol. 1 — Jascha Heifetz; Erich Kleiber; Howard Barlow; Concert Hall Orchestra; Erich Kleiber; Howard Barlow
— listening CD — Classical
By Jascha Heifetz; Erich Kleiber; Howard Barlow; Concert Hall Orchestra; Erich Kleiber; Howard Barlow. By Johannes Brahms; Max Bruch; Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco; Grigoras Dinicu; Ernst von Dohnanyi; Manuel de Falla; Leopold Godowsky; Felix Mendelssohn; Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Country of Origin: Canada. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.DHR-7705).
Josef Holbrooke: Violin Concerto "The Grasshopper" - The Raven - Auld Lang Syne — Judith Ingolfsson; Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt; Howard Griffiths; Howard Griffiths
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By Judith Ingolfsson; Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt; Howard Griffiths; Howard Griffiths. By Josef Holbrooke. Country of Origin: Germany. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Naxos (NX.777636-2).
2 high voices (sopranos or tenors), flute, and piano — score and parts — 21st Century
Composed by Roger Vogel (1947-). Edited by Howard J. Buss. A beautiful, lyrical work about man's relationship to nature, and wild birds specifically. It is based upon an enchanting poem of the same name by Howard Nemerov. 21st Century. Score and parts. With Text language: English. Composed 2001. Duration 12'30". Howard J. Buss Publications #B920. Published by Howard J. Buss Publications (B7.B920).
Piano — Book — TV
The Essential Collection for Piano Solo. Composed by Howard Goodall (1958-). Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental; Solo. Faber Edition: Classic FM. TV. Book. Faber Music #12-057153743X. Published by Faber Music (AP.12-057153743X).
organ — collection — Baroque, Romantic
Composed by David Howard Pettit, Dennis R. Johnson, Donald P. Moore, Kathyrn Sparks White, Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Gabriel Faure (1845-1924), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), and Wilbur Held (1914-). Arranged by David Howard Pettit, Donald P. Moore, and Kathyrn Sparks White. Non Hymn-Based, Bestseller, Preludes, Postludes, Classical Transcription, Processionals/Recessionals, Compilations. Baroque, Romantic. Collection. MorningStar Music Publishers #10-798. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.10-798).
Walking In The Air, from "the Snowman" by Howard Blake, arranged for piano duet, 2017 Holiday Contest Entry — Howard Blake
Piano Duet — —
By Howard Blake. Arranged by Simon Peberdy. 8 pages. Published by Simon Peberdy (H0.270719-897640).
Publishers: Editions Henri LeMoine, Paris, Garlic Press.
Recordings available on EMI/Angel Classics, Koch International Classics,
Centaur, The Electronic Music Foundation, Arizona University Recordings,
Works include Adagio for Piano, "...there is a decided lack of enthusiasm at my
end of the leash." for two pianos and electronic sounds, Concerto for Piano,
Concerto for Electronic Wind Instrument and
Strings, The Bride’s Complaint for soprano and computer generated electronic
sounds, Chorale for Saxophone Quartet, Eulogy for alto saxophone, Tephillah for
clarinet and computer controlled electronics, LaJoie for clarinet trio, Chant
des femmes for flutes and electronic sounds, shevet achim gam yachad for nine
instruments and others.
Howard Sandroff’s concert works, written for soloists, mixed chamber
ensembles and orchestra, often include live or pre-recorded electronics and
have been performed, recorded and broadcast throughout North, South and Central
America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Sandroff’s compositions have been heard at
numerous contemporary music festivals including New Music America, the Society
of Composers, the Aspen Music Festival, New Music Chicago, the International
Computer Music Conference, the International Society of Electronic Arts,
the Smithsonian Institute, the World Saxophone Congress
in Japan and France, the International Clarinet Society in Quebec and Paris,
Vermont New Music Ensemble, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Series,
the Musik Factory in Bergen and the Ultima Festival in Oslo, Norway and many
In June 1996, Sandroff was invited by Maestro Pierre Boulez to attend the
dedication of the new I.R.C.A.M. facilities at the Georges Pompidou Center in
Paris where Alain Damiens, soloist with the Ensemble Intercontemporain,
performed Sandroff’s 1990 composition, Tephillah: for clarinet and computer.
In October 1999, he was featured composer at the Ultima Festival in Oslo,
Norway and was the subject of a 90 minute broadcast on WNIB Radio Chicago in
honor of his 50th birthday. On March 22, 2000, the Chicago
Pro Musica performed a retrospective of Sandroff’s chamber works at
Chicago’s Symphony Center celebrating the composer’s 50th birthday.
Among Sandroff’s most recent works are: The Bride’s Complaint,
commissioned by soprano Susan Charles and recorded for a 2000 release from the
Electronic Music Foundation, Concerto for Electronic Wind Instruments and
Strings, commissioned by saxophonist Frederick Hemke, received its premiere
with the Tokyo Metropolitan Orchestra, Tephillah for Clarinet and Computer
Controlled Signal Processors was commissioned by Yamaha Corporation of America
for Chicago Symphony clarinetist, John Bruce Yeh. Yeh has rec
orded the work for Koch International Classics (KOCH3-7088-2 H1), released
December 1997. Tephillah has also been recorded by Alain Damiens, principal
clarinetist of the Ensemble Intercontemporaign and released in July 99 on
Virgin Classics’ "American Clarinet" (VC 5 45351 2). Eulogy for solo
saxophone was commissioned by the Japan Saxophonist Association is published by
Editions Henry Lemoine, Paris and was recorded by Saxophonist Paul Bro for a
November 98 release from Arizona University Recordings (Aur CD 30630). Chorale for Saxophone Quartet
was commissioned and premiered by the Chicago Saxophone Quartet in May 1994 and
the musical score to "A Child’s Journey Through Auschwitz", a documentary film
by Michael Rabiger was completed and recorded in June 1995. La Joie for
clarinet trio, commissioned and premiered in Paris by Chicago Symphony
clarinetists John Bruce Yeh and Larry Combs and Depaul University School of
Music clarinet professor, Julie De Roche in July 1996, was released by Helicon
Records (HE 1028) in August 98. Chant de femmes for
flutes and electronic sounds, was commissioned and premiered by flautist Mary
Stolper in 1996 and is scheduled for release on Compact Disc by the Electronic
Music Foundation. Shevet achim gam yachad for seven instruments was premiered
by the Chicago Pro Music at Chicago’s Symphony Center in March 2000. Two of
his piano works, Adagio (1984) and "...there is a decided lack of enthusiasm at
my end of the leash." (1981) for two pianos and electronic sound are available on
Centaur Records (CRC 2082).
In addition to his work as a composer, conductor, technical consultant and
author, Sandroff specializes in the live performance of computer/electronic
music and has realized, programmed or performed works by Alvin Lucier, Edwin
London, Robert Lombardo, Steve Reich, Barney Childs, Matthew Malsky, Easly
Blackwood, Morton Subotnik and Pierre Boulez and with CSO clarinetist John
Bruce Yeh, is a member of the performing duo Double Dialogue.
An acknowledged expert in analog and computer-based electronic music and audio
systems, Sandroff regularly tours, performs lectures and consults on the design
of academic and commercial electronic music systems. He has been guest
composer at The Julliard School, Stanford University, Northwestern University,
the Manhattan School of Music, the Capital Area Composers Consortium, Catholic
University of America, Bennington College, State University of New York in
Albany, Rennsilear Polytechnic Institute, Bowling Green State University,
Queens College of the City University of New York,
Catholic University, University of Texas, Princeton University, Kunitachi
College of Music, Japan Saxophonist Association, the Grand Rapids Michigan
Chamber Music Society, Marian College, the Institut de Recherche’ et
Coordination Acoustique/Musique (I.R.C.A.M.), the Oberlin Conservatory of
Music, The University of Oklahoma and the Aspen Music Festival. He has
appeared as guest artist with the Santa Fe Opera, the
Chicago Symphony Chamber Series, the Ojai Festival, I.S.C.M.
Boston, the Grand Rapids Chamber Music Society and many others. His published
articles on musical and technical topics have appeared in a variety of
publications including the International Computer Music Conference Proceedings,
New Ways: In Music Education and Electronic Musician Magazine.
Howard Sandroff is currently Director of the Computer Music Studio and
Senior Lecturer in Music at the University of Chicago and Professor of Sound
Art with the Sound Department of Columbia College. He is formerly Music
Director and Conductor of Chicago’s New Art Ensemble. A Chicago native, Howard
Sandroff received the Master of Music degree with Honors in Composition from
the Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University and completed advanced
studies in computer music and audio systems at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. His composition teachers have included Robert
Lombardo and Ben Johnston. He has received composition fellowships from the
National Endowment for the Arts, the Athena Foundation, the Illinois Arts
Council, and research grants from Columbia College, Chicago Artists Abroad, The
University of Chicago, the Yamaha Music Foundation and others.