— Arrangements (selection)

SELECTION

Opera and Operetta

Cagnoni, Antonio (1828–96): Re Lear (King Lear)

Text: Antonio Ghislanzoni (1824—1893)
arrangements of all Banda-sections (stage music, which was not orchestrated by the composer)
for stage performances in Martina Franca 2009 (Festival della Valle d’Itria)
Instrumentation Act I: 2 trumpets in C, 2 horns in F, 3 trombones, cimbasso
Instrumentation Act II: 1.1.2.2 / 2.2.2.0 / str
Instrumentation Act III & IV: 2 trumpets in C, 2 horns in F, 2 trombones
Duration (for the Banda music): approx. 20 min. (2009)
Publisher: Ricordi, München, 2009

Lehár, Franz (1870–1948): Der Graf von Luxemburg

Text: A. M. Willner & Robert Bodansky / Magnus Lindman
arranged for chamber orchestra (with permission from the publisher, Glocken Verlag)
Voices: 2 sopranos, 1 mezzo, 5 tenors, 1 bass, mixed chorus
Instrumentation: 2**.1.2.1 / 2.1.1.0 / 1 perc, hp, cel / str [minimum: 5.4.3.3.2]
[2 piccolos]
(original instrumentation: 2*.2.2.2 / 4.2.3.0 / timp, 3 perc, hp, cel / str)
Duration: 95 min. (2004)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756–91): Die Zauberflöte

Text: Emanuel Schikaneder
arranged for ten instruments (period instruments, including 2 natural horns)
Voices: 9 sopranos, 3 tenors, 5 basses, mixed chorus
Instrumentation: 1*.0.1.0 / 2.0.0.0 / str: 1.1.2.1.1 (+ keyboard glockenspiel)
[piccolo]
(original instrumentation: 2*.2.2.2 / 2.2.3.0 / timp / str)
Duration: 150 min. (May, 2011)

Orchestra

van Beethoven, Ludwig (1770–1827): Wellingtons Sieg, Op. 91

adaptation for smaller orchestra
Instrumentation: 2*.2.2.2 / 4.2.3.0 / 3 perc (incl. timp) / str
[piccolo]
(original instrumentation: 4**.2.4.4 / 4.6.3.0 / timp, 5 perc / str)
- The material consists of inserts for Piccolo (doubling Flute II) and entirely new Trumpet- and Percussion-parts, to be used together with the original orchestral material. The rest of the orchestra plays the original parts. There is no score for this adaptation/transcription.
Duration: 11 min. (2007) Mtr. 173

Berwald, Franz (1796–1868): Adagio (from String quartet in E-flat Major)

arranged for string orchestra
Duration: 7 min. (1994) Mtr. 96

Brahms, Johannes (1833–97): Tragische Ouvertüre, Op. 81

adaptation for chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 2*.2.2.2 / 2.2.0.0 / timp / str
[piccolo]
(original instrumentation: 3*.2.2.2 / 4.2.3.1 / timp / str)
- The material consists of inserts for the woodwind instruments and entirely new horn- and trumpet-parts, to be used together with the original orchestral material. Timpani and strings play the original parts. There is no score for this adaptation/transcription.
Duration: 11 min. (1998) Mtr. 119

Franck, César (1822–90 ): Symphony in D minor

adaptation for smaller orchestra
Instrumentation: 2.2*.2*.2 / 4.4**.3.1 / timp, hp / str
[cor anglais, bass clarinet, 2 cornets]
(original instrumentation: 2.3*.3*.2 / 4.4**.3.1 / timp, hp / str)
- The material consists of inserts for the woodwind instruments and horns, to be used together with the original orchestral material. Trumpets, cornets, trombones, tuba, timpani, harp and strings play the original parts as printed. There is no score for this adaptation/transcription.
Duration: 45 min. (2007) Mtr. 172

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): 2nd Movement from Symphony No. 1

adaptation for chamber orchestra, based on Erwin Stein’s reduced orchestration, published by Universal Edition (U.E. 32 881).
Instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 3.2.3.0 / timp, trgl, cymb / str
(original instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 4.2.3.1 / timp, trgl, cymb / str)
- The material consists of new parts for following instruments: I. II. III. Horn, and I. II. III. Trombone. All other instruments play the parts of Erwin Stein’s orchestration. There is no score for this adaptation (use the score provided by Universal Edition).
Duration: 8 min. (March 2011) Mtr. 195

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): 3rd Movement from Symphony No. 1

adaptation for chamber orchestra, based on Erwin Stein’s reduced orchestration, published by Universal Edition (U.E. 32 881).
Instrumentation: 2.2*.2.2* / 3.2.3*.0 / timp, 2 perc, hp / str
[cor anglais, bass clarinet, double bassoon, euphonium]
(original instrumentation: 2.2*.3*.2 / 4.3.3.1 / timp, 2 perc, hp / str)
- The material consists of new parts for following instruments: I. II. Clarinet, II. Bassoon, I. II. III. Horn, I. II. III. Trombone, and Doublebasses. All other instruments play the parts of Erwin Stein’s orchestration. There is no score for this adaptation (use the score provided by Universal Edition).

Duration: 11,5 min. (March 2011) Mtr. 196

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): 2nd Movement from Symphony No. 3

adaptation for chamber orchestra, based on Benjamin Britten’s reduced orchestration, published by Boosey & Hawkes (Ed. No. 8854) under the title: What the Wild Flowers Tell Me.
Instrumentation: 2*.2.2.2 / 3.2.0.0 / 2 perc, hp / str
[piccolo]
(original orchestration: 2*.2.2.2 / 4.3.0.0 / 2 perc, hp / str)
- The material consists of new parts for following instruments: I. II. III. Horn, and I. II. Trumpet. All other instruments play the parts of Benjamin Britten’s reduced orchestration. There is no score for this adaptation (use the score provided by Boosey & Hawkes).
Duration: 8 min. (March 2011) Mtr. 197

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Adagietto from Symphony No. 5

arranged for small wind ensemble
(originally for string orchestra and harp)
Instrumentation: 1.1*.4*.1 / a-sx, t-sx / 2.2.3.1 / euph / timp, hp / db
[cor anglais, bass clarinet]
Duration: 10 min. (1999) Mtr. 123

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Adagio from Symphony No. 10

arranged for large wind ensemble
Instrumentation: 3**.2.8**.3* / 2 a-sx, t-sx, bar-sx / 4.4**.3.2 / euph / timp, bass drum, hp / db
[2 piccolos, E-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, double bassoon, 2 cornets]
Duration: 26 min. (1995) Mtr. 93A/93B

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Adagio from Symphony No. 10

reorchestrated, from Mahler’s sketches, for chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 2*.2.2.2 / 2.2.3.0 / timp (doubling bass drum) / str [minimum: 6.6.4.4.2]
[piccolo]
Duration: 26 min. (2002) Mtr. 149

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Finale from Symphony No. 6

arranged for large wind orchestra
Instrumentation: 3*.3*.10****.3* / s-sx, 2 a-sx, t-sx, bar-sx / 4.6**.4.2 / 2 euph /
timp, 4 perc, cel, 1-3 hp / 1-6 db
[piccolo, cor anglais, E-flat clarinet, alto clarinet in E-flat, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet, double bassoon, 2 cornets]
Duration: 30 min. (1997, revised 2004) Mtr. 164

Ravel, Maurice (1875–1937): Pavane pour une infante défunte

arranged for wind ensemble
Instrumentation: 2.1.4*.1 / a-sx (ad lib.) / 2.2.3.1 / euph / hp (ad lib.) / db
[bass clarinet]
(original orchestration: 2.1.2.2 / 2.0.0.0 / hp / str)
Duration: 6 min. (2014)

Respighi, Ottorino (1879–1936): Trittico Botticelliano

adaptation for smaller orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / 1 perc, pno / str
(original instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / 1 perc, hp, pno, cel / str)
- The material consists of a new piano part, to be used together with the original orchestral material. This part is made in order to combine the parts for celesta, harp and piano into one single part for piano. There is no score for this adaption/transcription.
Duration: 16 min. (December 2007) Mtr. 174

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nicolai (1844–1908): Le Coq d’Or, Suite

adaptation for smaller orchestra
Instrumentation: 2*.2*.2*.2 / 4.2.3.1 / timp, 2 perc, hp, cel / str
[piccolo, cor anglais, bass clarinet]
(original instrumentation: 3*.3*.3*.3* / 4.3.3.1 / timp, 4 perc, 2 hp, cel / str)
- The material consists of inserts for the woodwind and brass instruments, to be used together with the original orchestral material. Timpani, Harp I, Celesta and strings play the original parts. There is no score for this adaptation/transcription.
Duration: 30 min. (2008) Mtr. 176

Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871–1927): Fragments from Symphony No. 3

prepared from the sketches by B. Tommy Andersson, with a concert ending
Instrumentation: 3.3*.3.3* / 4.3.3.0 / timp / str
[cor anglais, double bassoon]
Duration: 4 min. (1991) Mtr. 40

Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871–1927): Intermezzo from ‘The Song’, Op 44

(Mellanspel ur kantaten Sången)
reduction of the orchestration
Instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 4.2.3.1 / str
(original instrumentation: 3.3.4*.4* / 4.3.3.1 / str)
Duration: 4 min. (2006) Mtr. 169

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): La forza del destino, Sinfonia (Overture)

arranged for chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1*.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
[piccolo]
Duration: 10 min. (15 April 2001) Mtr. 131 (A4) & Mtr. 161 (26,5×33,5 cm)

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): La traviata, Prelude

arranged for chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 3,5 min. (October 2003) Mtr. 159

Wagner, Richard (1813–1883): Lohengrin, Prelude to Act III, Concert Ending

Instrumentation: 3.3.3.3 / 4.3.3.1 / timp, 3 perc / str
Duration: 1 min. (1998) Mtr. 124

Wagner, Richard (1813–1883): Tristan und Isolde, Vorspiel und Liebestod

reduction of the orchestration
Instrumentation: 2*.2*.2*.2 / 2.2.3.0 / timp, hp / str
[piccolo, cor anglais, bass clarinet]
(original instrumentation: 3*.3*.3*.3 / 4.3.3.1 / timp, hp / str
Duration: 18 min (30 May 2012)

Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra

Kreisler, Fritz (1875–1962): Viennese Rhapsodic Fantasietta (1948)

orchestration for solo violin and orchestra [originally for violin and piano]
(with permission from the publisher, Carl Fisher, LLC)
Instrumentation: 2.2.2*.2 / 4.2.3.1 / timp, glsp / str
[bass clarinet]
Duration: 10 min (2009)

Peter, Gustav (1833–1919): Erinnerung an Zirkus Renz (1904)

arrangement for solo xylophone and string orchestra (C major)
Duration: 2,5 min (19 March 2011)

Saint-Saëns, Camille (1835–1921): La muse et le poète, Op. 132

adaptation for solo violin, solo cello and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 2.0.0.0 / timp, hp / str
(original instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 2.2.3.0 / timp, hp / str)
- The material consists of eight inserts for wind instruments, to be used together with the original orchestral material. Harp, timpani and strings play the original parts. There is no score for this adaptation/transcription.
Duration: 12 min. (1998) Mtr. 120

de Sarasate, Pablo (1844–1908): Zigeunerweisen

adaptation for solo violin and chamber ensemble
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.0 / 0.1.1.0 / timp, trgl (ad lib.) / str
(original instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 2.2.0.0 / timp, trgl (ad lib.) / str)
- The material consists of inserts for Oboe I and Clarinet I and entirely new parts for trumpet and trombone, to be used together with the original orchestral material. Flute, timpani, percussion and strings play the original parts. There is no score for this adaptation/transcription.
Duration: 8 min. (1989) Mtr. 70

Chamber Music

Brahms, Johannes (1833–97): Intermezzo

(Movement 3 from Symphony No. 3)
arranged for eight wind players, same instrumentation as in Stravinsky’s Octet
Instrumentation: 1.0.1.2 / 0.2.2.0
Duration: 5 min. (1991) Mtr. 61

Delibes, Leo (1836–91): Prélude et Mazurke (from the ballet Coppelia)

Instrumentation: arranged for five violas
Duration: 7 min. (1993) Mtr. 56

Fauré, Gabriel (1845–1924): Sicilienne, Op. 78

Instrumentation: arranged for flute (or violin) & organ
Duration: 5 min. (1986/88)

Hallström, Ivar (1826–1901): Suite from the Opera ”Liten Karin”

Instrumentation: brass ensemble, 4 hn, 2 trp, 4 tbn (or 4 hn, 2 trp, 3 tbn, 1 tuba)
Duration: 8 min. (1997)

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Adagio from Symphony No. 10

an abridged version, arranged for large (romantic/symphonic) organ solo
(originally for large orchestra)
Duration: 8 min. (6 June 1995)

Ravel, Maurice (1875–1937): Pavane pour une infante défunte

Instrumentation: oboe, 2 violas, 2 celli, organ, doublebass (db ad lib.)
(originally for chamber orchestra)
Duration: 6,5 min. (30 May 1992) Mtr. 59

Schubert, Franz (1797–1828): Fantaisie, F minor, Op. 103

Instrumentation: string sextet, 2 violins, 2 violas, 1 violoncello, 1 doublebass
(originally for piano, four hands)
Duration: 14 min. (1996)

Tchaikovsky, Peter (1840–93): Romance

a fantasia on themes from The Swan Lake
Instrumentation: alto flute and marimba
Duration: 3 min. (1996)

2 Pianos

Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871–1927): Intermezzo (Mellanspel ur kantaten Sången), Op. 44 (1921)

Instrumentation: arranged for two pianos, four hands
(originally for orchestra)
Duration: 4 min. (January 2016)

Voice(s) and Orchestra

Bizet, Georges (1838–75): ”La fleur que tu m’avais jété” (Carmen)

arranged for tenor (Don José) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 3 min. (May 2000) Mtr. 116

Hallén, Andreas (1846–1925): Tenorsolo med kör

Third movement from ”Ett Juloratorium” [A Christmas Oratorio]
Instrumentation: solo tenor voice, mixed choir / 2.2.2.2 / 4.2.3.0 / str
(originally for tenor voice, mixed choir and organ)
Text: Annie Quiding Åkerhielm
Duration: 8 min. (1996) Mtr. 91

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Der Tamboursg’sell (from ‘Des Knaben Wunderhorn’)

arranged for solo voice and chamber orchestra (in D minor, i.e. original key)
Instrumentation: 0.2*.2*.2* / 2.0.0.0 / timp, 2 perc / vc, db
[cor anglais, bass clarinet, double bassoon]
(original instrumentation: 0.2**.3*.3* / 4.0.0.1 / timp, 2 perc / vc, db)
Duration: 5,5 min. (2011) Mtr. 192

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt

adaptation for chamber orchestra (in C minor)
Instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 3(2).0.0.0 / timp, 2 perc / str
(original instrumentation: 2.2.2.3 / 4.0.0.0 / timp, 2 perc / str)
- The material consists of new parts for the Bassoons. All other instruments play the original parts. Horn IV is simply left out, except for the note in the last bar, which should be played by Horn II. Even Horn III could be left out, if necessary (Horn III is doubling Horn I throughout the whole song, except for in bar 153—155, and in these bars the three notes of Horn III are doubled by the violoncellos).
Duration: 4 min. (March 2011) Mtr. 193

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Kindertotenlieder

adaptation for solo voice and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 2*.2*.2*.2* / 2.0.0.0 / timp, 1 perc, hp, cel / str
[piccolo, cor anglais, bass clarinet, double bassoon]
(original instrumentation: 3*.3*.3*.3* / 4.0.0.0 / timp, 1 perc, hp, cel / str)
- The material consists of four inserts (Clarinet 2/Bass Clarinet, Bassoon 2 /Double Bassoon, Horn 1 & Horn 2) to be used together with the original orchestral material. There is no score for this adaption/transcription.
Duration: 27 min. (2001) Mtr. 128

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen

arranged for solo voice (mezzo or baritone) and wind band
Instrumentation: 2*.2.4*.2 / 2 a-sx / 2.3.3.1 / euph / timp, 2 perc, hp / db
[piccolo, bass clarinet]
Duration: 16 min. (2003)
Publisher: Norsk Musikforlag A/S, Oslo, Norway (N.M.O.13158)
available on sale:
Score (B4), N.M.O.13158A / ISMN 979-0-065-12464-3
available on hire:
Score and orchestral parts (B4), N.M.O.13158B / ISMN 979-0-065-12465-0

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): O Mensch! (from Symphony No. 3)

arranged for alto voice and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 2*.2*.2.2 / 2.2.0.0 / hp / str
[piccolo, cor anglais]
(original instrumentation: 4**.3*.4.3* / 8.2.2.0 / 2 hp / str)
Duration: 8 min. (2011) Mtr. 191

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): Rückert-Lieder

arranged for solo voice (mezzo or baritone) and small wind band
All songs, except ”Um Mitternacht”:
…..1. Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder!
…..2. Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft
…..3. Liebst du um Schönheit?
…..4. Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen

Instrumentation: 1.1.4*.1 / a-sx, t-sx / 2.3*.3.1 / euf / timp, glsp, hp / db
[bass clarinet, cornet]
Duration: 20 min. (1997) Mtr. 147 & Mtr. 147A

Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911): „Wie ich Dich liebe!”

for voice, harp, and string orchestra, based on the Adagietto from Symphony No. 5, using the text which is found in Willem Mengelberg’s personal copy of the score to Mahler’s fifth symphony. This version is designed to be played as a prelude to the original Adagietto of Mahler, which is supposed to come attacca subito after the last note of the piece.
Duration: 1′45″ (March 2011) Mtr. 194

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756–91): ”Il capro e la capretta”

(from Le nozze di Figaro, No. 24)
Marcellina (mezzo). Transposed to F major (originally in G major)
Instrumentation: String orchestra
Duration: 6 min. (1992) Mtr. 87

Saint-Saëns, Camille (1835–1921): ”Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix”

(from Samson et Dalila)
arranged for voice (mezzo) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1*.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
[cor anglais]
(original instrumentation: 2.3*.3*.2 / 4.1.3.0 / timp, hp / str)
Duration: 5 min. (18 July 2004) Mtr. 165

Sjögren, Emil (1853–1918): Eight Songs for Voice and String Orchestra

arranged for voice and string orchestra
(originally for voice and piano)
1. Klinge, klinge, mein Pandero
2. Salomos afton
3. Dröm
4. In dem Schatten meiner Locken
5. Den långa dagen
6. Lehn’ deine Wang’
7. Du schaust mich an mit stummen Fragen
8. Og jeg vil drage fra Sydens Blommer
Duration: 25 min. (1994) Mtr. 97

Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871–1927): Fylgia, Op. 16, No. 4

arranged for mezzo (or baritone) and orchestra
Instrumentation: 2.2.2.2 / 2.2.0.0 / timp / str
[originally for voice and piano]
Duration: 2 min. (2002) Mtr. 151

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Addio del passato” (La Traviata, Act 3)

arranged for soprano (Violetta) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 0.0.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 3 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 132

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Ah, fors’è lui che l’anima” (La Traviata, Act I)

arranged for soprano (Violetta) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.0.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 3 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 144

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Bella figlia dell’amore” (Rigoletto, No. 12)

arranged for soprano (Gilda), alto (Maddalena), tenor (Duca), baritone (Rigoletto) and chamber orchestra
(only the latter part of the ensemble)
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / strings [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
There is no score for this adaptation/transcription!
Duration: 3 min. (2004) Mtr. 166

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): Canzone del velo (Don Carlos)

arranged for mezzo (Eboli), soprano (Tebaldo), women’s chorus and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1*.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp, 1 perc (ad lib.) / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
[piccolo]
Duration: 5 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 138

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Di Provenza il mar” (La Traviata, Act 2)

arranged for baritone (Germont) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1*.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp (ad lib.) / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
[piccolo]
Duration: 5 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 136

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Figlio! Mio padre!” (Rigoletto)

arranged for soprano (Gilda), baritone (Rigoletto) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / Timp / Strings [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 5 min. (July 2002) Mtr.146

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Già i sacerdoti adunansi” (Aïda, Act 4)

arranged for soprano (Amneris), tenor (Radamès) and chamber orchestra
(slightly abbreviated version)
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 5 min. (May 2000) Mtr. 117

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Morir! Si pura e bella!” (Aïda, Act 4)

arranged for soprano (Amneris), tenor (Radamès) and chamber orchestra
(the section between rehearsal-letters T —V)
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 5 min. (19 July 2000) Mtr. 125

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “O don fatale” (Don Carlos, Act 3)

arranged for mezzo (Eboli) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 7 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 137A

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Pura siccome un angelo” (La Traviata, Act 2)

arranged for baritone (Germont) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.0.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 5 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 135

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): Scena ed aria Alfredo (La Traviata, Act 2)

arranged for tenor (Alfredo) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1*.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
[piccolo]
Duration: 3 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 134

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): Stretta dell’Introduzione Atto I (La Traviata, Act 1)

arranged for solo voices, chorus and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1*.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / timp / strings [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
[piccolo]
Duration: 5 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 133

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901): “Un dì felice” (La Traviata)

arranged for soprano (Violetta), tenor (Alfredo) and chamber orchestra
Instrumentation: 1*.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
[piccolo]
Duration: 3 min. (June 2001) Mtr. 145

Hymns

“Bred dina vida vingar”, Swedish Hymn No. 190 — version 2

Swedish folk song
Text: Lina Sandell-Berg, 1865
arranged for voice(s) and small orchestra (ensemble)
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 5 min. (October 2003) Mtr. 156

”Gud är mitt ibland oss”, Swedish Hymn No. 79

German song (Frankfurt am Main 1718)
Text: G. Tersteegen (1729), Maria Arosenius (1931), N Beskow (1934), T Fogelqvist (1936), Britt G Hallqvist (1983)
arranged for solo voice and brass quintet
Instrumentation: 0.0.0.0 / 1.2.1.1
Duration: 6 min. (26 October 1986)

”Guds källa har vatten tillfyllest”, Swedish Hymn No. 236

German folk song
Text: Bo Setterlind, 1978
arranged for solo voice and brass quintet
Instrumentation: 0.0.0.0 / 1.2.1.1
Duration: 5 min. (1986)

”Härlig är jorden”, Swedish Hymn No. 297

Schlesian folk song / Breslau 1884
Text: B. S. Ingemann 1850 / Cecilia Bååth-Holmberg 1884
arranged for voice(s) and small orchestra (ensemble)
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 5 min.(October 2003) Mtr. 157

”Tryggare kan ingen vara”, Swedish Hymn No. 248

Swedish version of a German folk song
Text: Lina Sandell-Berg, 1856
arranged for voice(s) and small orchestra (ensemble)
Instrumentation: 1.1.1.1 / 1.1.0.0 / str [minimum: 1.1.1.1.1]
Duration: 6 min. (October 2003) Mtr. 155

”Vem är det som kommer på vägen?”, Swedish Hymn No. 41

Music: Per-Erik Styf, 1955
Text: Britt G. Hallqvist, 1955
arranged for voice(s) and brass quintet
Instrumentation: 0.0.0.0 / 1.2.1.1
Duration: 6 min. (29 September 1986) Mtr. 155