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Musique de chambre
Sheet music for Joseph Schwantner
Soprano voice and Orchestra (4(3.afl 4.pic).3(3.ca).3(2.Ebcl, 3.bcl).3(3.cbsn)-22.214.171.124-timp.3perc(tom-t, timb, sus cym, lg gong, tam-t, water tam-t, crot, marimba, vib, xyl, glsp, tub bells, sus tri, lg wdbl)-hp.amp pno(cel)-str)
Four poems of Agueda Pizarro. Composed by Joseph Schwantner (1943-). This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Study Score. Composed 1983. 166 pages. Duration 29'. Helicon Music #EA516. Published by Helicon Music (HL.49012645).
Soprano voice and chamber ensemble (fl(pic).cl-perc(glsp, vib, tub bells, tri, sus cym, gong, tam-t, timb, b.d)-hp.pno-vn.va.vc)
For soprano and chamber ensemble. Composed by Joseph Schwantner (1943-). This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Study Score. Composed 1978. 28 pages. Duration 20'. Schott Music #EA450. Published by Schott Music (HL.49012603).
Soprano voice and piano
For soprano and piano. Composed by Joseph Schwantner (1943-). This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Composed 1980. 20 pages. Duration 15'. Schott Music #EA476. Published by Schott Music (HL.49012620).
Percussion and orchestra (solo perc; pic.2.2.ca.2.bcl.2.cbsn-126.96.36.199-timp.3perc.pno.hp-str)
For percussion and orchestra. Composed by Joseph Schwantner (1943-). Sheet music. Percussion. Classical. Separate part. Composed 1994. Duration 20'. Helicon Music #ED30050. Published by Helicon Music (HL.49018430).
(Full Score) - Grade 6
Composed by Joseph Schwantner (1943-). Edition Schott. 24 pages. Duration 11.5 minutes. Schott Music #EA375FS. Published by Schott Music (HL.49012570).
Mixed choir (SATB) a cappella (SATB choir a cappella)
Song IV from Chapel Music: five diverse songs for chorus and orchestra. Composed by Joseph Schwantner (1943-). Sheet music. Choral. Sacred, Classical, Contemporary. Score. Composed 2013. Duration 5'. Helicon Music #ED30130. Published by Helicon Music (HL.49044590).
Joseph Schwantner was born in Chicago and received his musical and academic training at the Chicago Conservatory and Northwestern University, completing a doctorate in 1968. Previously, he served on the Yale, Eastman and Juilliard faculties and is a member of the Boadr of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Schwantner was the fiirst composer-in-residence with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra as part of the Meet The Composer / Orchestra Residencies Program funded by the Exxon Corporation, the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
His work, Magabunda “four poems of Agueda Pizarro,” and A Sudden Rainbow, originally recorded on Nonesuch Records by the Saint Louis Symphony, each received a Grammy Award nomination in the category, Best New Classical Composition. Schwantner and his wife Janet currently live in Spofford, New Hampshire.