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Wienhorst Catalog: Parts 7-9

Note about the catalog: each classification number is preceeded by a W, which stands for Weinhorst. Therefore, within the catalog, the W is not significant.

W.VII.1 Allegro for Orchestra.
For Orch.
Composed in 1958. Student work with Bernard Rogers at the Eastman School of Music.
Duration: 4'30".
1st reading by the Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Frederick Fennell, cond.
Collection holds (Box 10-Oversize):
1 copy unbound original manuscript, conductor's score
2 copies unbound original manuscript, set of instrumental parts
W.VII.2 Canticle for Percussion and Orchestra.
For Orch.
Boston, MA: E.C. Schirmer Music Company, Inc., 1991.
Composed in 1967; revised in 1988. Based on the tone row used in Domine In Caelo (III.3,
above). Composed for a Valparaiso University summer creative work grant.
Duration: 11'.
1st performance by the Memphis State Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Ball, Jr., cond., at the 14th
New Music Festival, Memphis State University, February 7, 1986.
In E.C. Schirmer rental catalogue.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies bound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.VII.3

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra.
For Orch and Solo Pf.
Composed in 1948. Student work with Leo Sowerby at the American Conservatory of Music,
Chicago. In three movements.
Includes:

I - Slow (moderately, mystically)
II - Slowly

Finale
Collection holds:
1 copy unbound original manuscript, full score

W.VII.4 The Congo
also titled Poem for Orchestra.
For Orch.
Composed in 1948. Based on the poem "The Congo: A Study of the Negro Race" by Vachel
Lindsay. Student work with Leo Sowerby at the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago.
Collection holds (Box 10-Oversize):
1 copy bound original manuscript, full score (with poem enclosed)
1 copy unbound original working manuscript, full score
W.VII.5 The Hobo Clown.
For Orch.
Composed in 1948. Based on the painting "The Hobo Clown" by Loren MacIver. Student work
with Leo Sowerby at the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago.
Duration: 12'15".
Collection holds (Box 10-Oversize):
1 copy bound original manuscript, full score (with print of painting enclosed)
W.VII.6 Music for Piano and Orchestra :
also titled Music for Piano and Strings.
For Orch and Solo Pf.
Composed in 195?. Written for pianist Felix Witzinger.
Collection holds (Box 10-Oversize):
1 copy unbound original manuscript, full score
W.VII.7 Patterns, Circus, Patterns.
For Orch.
Composed in 1989.
Duration: 11'.
Commissioned by the Marion (Indiana) Philharmonic Orchestra, Neil Gittleman, music director,
in celebration of the orchestra's 20th anniversary.
1st performance by the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra, Neil Gittleman, cond., January 15, 1991.
In E.C. Schirmer rental catalogue.
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy bound manuscript photocopy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.VII.8

Suite for Small Orchestra :
also titled Suite for a Little Girl.
For Orch.
Composed in 1949. Also arranged for band (VIII.5, below). In four sections.
Includes:

I - Moderately
II - Gaily
III - Slowly
IV - Moderately fast (crisp)

Duration: 9'15".
1st performance by the Valparaiso University Orchestra, Theodore Hoelty-Nickel, cond.
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score

W.VII.9

Three Parodies for Trumpet and Orchestra :
also titled 3 parodies (a short concertina for trumpet and small orchestra).
For Orch and Solo Trp.
Composed in 1957 for trumpet and piano (XI.h.1, below). Arranged for trumpet and orchestra,
1958. Also arranged for band (VIII.6, below). In three sections. Dedicated to Sue.
Includes:

I - Waltzing in the Park While the Band Marches By
II - Follow the Leader Slowly
III - Two Bands Meet at Third and Main

Duration: 5'45".
1st performance by the Roger Luekens, trumpet, with the Valparaiso University Orchestra,
Newman Powell, cond., Valparaiso University Chapel, 1961.
E.C.S. Publications #s 5502 (full score); 5502A (parts).
Collection holds (Box 10-oversize):
1 copy bound manuscript photocopy, full score
1 copy bound manuscript mimeocopy, full score

W.VIII.1

Choice Chorales and Hymns for Band.
For Bd.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1950.
Arranged in 1950. Includes 32 selections; hymn tunes noted below. Contains "Chorale" (No. 27)
from "Psalm, Chorale, and Fugue" (VI.3, above).

Alternate authors:
Ahle, Johann R. (1625-1673), Croft, William (1678-1727), Crueger, Johann (1598-1662), Decius, Nikolaus (c.1490-1541), Franck, Melchior (c.1573-1639), Fritsch, Ahasuerus (1629-1701), Gastorius, Severus (1646-1682), Hassler, Hans L. (1564-1612), Koenig, Johann B. (1691-1758), Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Mason, Lowell (1792-1872), Neumark, Georg (1621-1681), Nicolai, Philipp (1558-1608), and Melchior Teschner (1584-1635).

Includes:

1. Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming (Es ist ein' Ros')
2. Let the Earth Now Praise the Lord (Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland)
3. From Heaven Above to Earth I Come (Vom Himmel hoch)
4. Oh, Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel (Veni Emmanuel)
5. Our Father, Thou in Heaven Above (Vater unser)
6. Whatever God Ordains Is Good (Was Gott tut)
7. A Mighty Fortress (Ein' Feste Burg)
8. Our God, Our Help in Ages Past (St. Anne)
9. When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (Rockingham Old)
10. Jesus, Priceless Treasure (Jesu, meine Freude)
11. Now Thank We All Our God (Nun danket alle Gott)
12. Rise, My Soul, to Watch and Pray (Straf' mich nicht)
13. Wake, Awake, for Night is Flying (Wachet auf)
14. Jesus Christ, My Sure Defense (Jesus, meine Zuversicht)
15. Awake, My Heart, with Gladness (Auf, auf, mein Herz)
16. Jerusalem, Thou City Fair and High (Jerusalem, du hochgebaute Stadt)
17. What Is the World to Me (Was frag' ich nach der Welt)
18. I Am Content (Es ist genug)
19. Soul, Adorn Thyself with Gladness (Schmuecke dich)
20. Blessed Jesus, at Thy Word (Liebster Jesu)
21. All Depends on Our Possessing (Alles ist an Gottes Segen)
22. If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee (Wer nur den lieben Gott)
23. Out of the Depths I Cry to Thee (Aus tiefer Not)
24. All Glory Be to God on High (Allein Gott in der Hoeh')
25. All Glory, Praise, and Honor (Valet will ich dir geben)
26. O Darkest Woe (O Traurigkeit)
27. Chorale from "Psalm, Fugue, and Chorale" (VI.3, above)
28. O God, Our Lord, Thy Holy Word (O Herre Gott)
29. O Sacred Head, Now Wounded (Herzlich tut mich verlangen)
30. O God, Thou Faithful God (O Gott, du frommer Gott)
31. The Day Is Surely Drawing Near (Es ist gewisslich)
32. Once He Came in Blessing (Gottes Sohn ist kommen).

1st performance by the Valparaiso University Band, Richard Wienhorst, cond.
[CPH #s I-600 (conductor's score), I-601 (Fl), I-602 (1st Cl), I-603 (2nd Cl), I-604 (3rd Cl), I-605 (ACl), I-606 (BCl), I-607 (Ob), I-608 (Bsn), I-609 (ASax), I-610 (TSax), I-611 (BSax), I-612 (1st Cor), I-613 (2nd & 3rd Cor), I-614 (1st & 3rd E-flat Hrns), I-615 (2nd & 4th E- flat Hrns), I-616 (Bar-Tr clef), I-617 (Bar-Bs clef), I-618 (1st & 2nd Trb), I-619 (3rd Trb), I-620 (basses).]
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy published copy, conductor's score
2 copies published copy, flute, 1st clarinet, 2nd clarinet, 3rd clarinet, 1st & 3rd horns in E-flat, 2nd & 4th horns in E-flat, and bass instrumental parts
1 copy published copy, alto clarinet, alto saxophone, 2nd & 3rd cornet, baritone (treble clef), and baritone (bass clef) instrumental parts

W.VIII.2 A King Lear Fantasia.
For Bd.
Composed in 1998. Revised in 1999. Based on "Music for King Lear" (II.1, above).
1st performance by the Valparaiso University Band, Jeff Doebler, cond., at the MENC-NC-OMEA
convention, February 4, 1999, Cincinnati Convention Center.
Duration: 8'.
E.C.S. Publications #s 5622 (full score); 5622A (parts).
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.VIII.3 The Mystical Trumpeter.
For Bd.
Composed in 1948. Student work with Leo Sowerby at the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago.
Duration: 8'.
Collection holds (Box 10-oversize):
1 copy bound original manuscript, full score
W.VIII.4 Overture to The Marriage of Figaro.
For Bd.
Arranged in 1943 for the 45th Armored Regiment Band.
Alternate author: Mozart, Wolgang Amadeus (1756-1791).
1st performance by the 45th Armored Regiment Band, Richard Wienhorst, cond.
Collection holds (Box 10-oversize):
1 copy unbound original manuscript, full score
1 copy unbound original manuscript, set of instrumental parts
W.VIII.5

Suite for Band.
For Bd.
Composed in 1949 for orchestra (VII.8, above). Arranged for band, in three sections (second section of orchestral arrangement not included in final version), 1949.
Includes:

I - Moderately
II - Moderately slow
III - Crisp

Duration: 7'30".
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, condensed score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score (untransposed parts)
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score (untransposed parts), unused movement

W.VIII.6

Three Parodies for Band.
For Bd.
Composed in 1957 for trumpet and piano (XI.h.1, below). Arranged for band, 1980. Revised with introduction, 1999. Also arranged for trumpet and orchestra (VII.9, above).
Includes:

Introduction
I - Waltzing in the Park While the Band Marches By
II - Follow the Leader Slowly
III - Two Bands Meet at Third and Main

Duration: 5'30".
1st performance: Valparaiso University Wind Ensemble, James Klein, cond.
E.C.S. Publications #s 5621 (full score); 5621A (parts).
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score

W.IX.1 Bells, Breezes, and Other Things.
For Hp and B-flat Cl or Hp and B-flat/A Cl.
Composed in 1985.
Duration: 9'.
1st performance: Roger Garret, clarinet, and Martha Burwell, harp, at Illinois Wesleyan
University, September 10, 1989.
E.C.S. Publications #s 5609 (full score); 5609A (parts).
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, B-flat clarinet part
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, B-flat/A clarinet part
W.IX.2 Divertimento for Two Flutes and Percussion.
For 2 Fls and 4 Perc.
Composed in 1958.
Duration: 10'.
1st performance: the DePauw University Phi Mu Alpha Players.
E.C.S. Publications #s 5544 (full score); 5544A (parts).
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, set of parts
W.IX.3

Duo for Violin and Double Bass.
For Vn and (orchestra or solo) Bass.
Composed in 1986 for violin and 'orchestra' bass. Arranged for violin and 'solo' bass, 1987. In three sections.
Includes:

I - Recitative, Arioso, and Dance
II - Variant on a Single Theme
III - Cleveland Hoedown

Duration: 13'.
Commissioned by William Prante.
1st performance: with orchestra bass, by Betty Gehring, violin, and Douglas Johnston, bass, in Gloria Christi Chapel, Valparaiso University.
E.C.S. Publications # 5582.
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy bound printed copy, full score
1 copy manuscript photocopy, solo bass part

W.IX.4

Easter :
A Song Cycle for Soprano, Harp, and Flute.
For Sop, Hp, and Fl.
Composed in 1983 for mezzo soprano and harp (XI.j.i, below). Arranged for soprano, harp, and flute in 1989. English text from the traditional propers for Easter (I and V) and from the poem Easter (II, III, and IV). In five movements.
Alternate author: Herbert, George (1593-1632).
Includes:

I - Antiphon
II - Rise heart; your Lord is risen
III - Awake, My Lute
IV - Consort Both Heart and Lute
V - This is the day which the Lord has made

Duration: 9'40".
1st performance: the Exsultate Trio of Chicago (Maria Lagios, soprano, Monty Adams, flute, and
Phyllis Adams, harp) at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Hinsdale, Illinois, April 1, 1990.
E.C.S. Publications # 5556 (same as XI.j.1, below).
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy bound manuscript photocopy, full score

W.IX.5 Intrada No. 1 for Woodwind Quintet.
For Fl, Ob, Cl, Hrn, and Bsn.
Composed in 1984.
Duration: 1'10".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
E.C.S. Publications # 5546.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.IX.6 Intrada No. 2 for Oboe, Bassoon, and Triangles.
For Ob and Bsn, and opt Trgl(s).
Composed in 1984.
Duration: 45".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
E.C.S. Publications # 5547.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.IX.7 Intrada No. 3 for Two Clarinets.
For 2 Cls.
Composed in 1984.
Duration: 35".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
E.C.S. Publications # 5548.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.IX.8 Intrada No. 4 for Brass Quartet.
For 3 Trps and Trb.
Composed in 1984.
Duration: 1'05".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
E.C.S. Publications # 5549.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy, full score, bearing title "Intratada No. 4"
W.IX.9 Intrada No. 5 : Three Flutes Converse :
subtitled 'This is for the Birds'.
For 3 Fls.
Composed in 1984.
Duration: 1'30".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
E.C.S. Publications # 5550.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.IX.10 Intrada No. 6 : Two Mean Old Tubas.
For 2 Tbas or 2 Bsns.
Composed in 1984.
Duration: 50".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
E.C.S. Publications # 5551.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.IX.11 Intrada No. 7 :
(originally titled) Fanfare from "Clap Your Hands".
For 2 Trps and Perc.
Composed in 1974 for SATB chorus, 2 trumpets, and percussion. Arranged for 2 trumpets and
percussion, 1977 (IV.9, above). Also arranged for SATB chorus and wind ensemble (V.1, above).
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound original manuscript photocopy, full score
W.IX.12 Intrada No. 8 for Brass Quintet.
For 3 Trps and 2 Trbs.
Composed in 1984.
Collection holds (Box 3):
2 copies unbound original manuscript photocopy, full score
W.IX.13

Oh, Blest the House.
For Str Quartet (2 Vns, Va, Vc).
Composed in 195? for organ (XII.21, below). Arranged for string quartet, 1987. Adaptation of the tune Wo Gott zum Haus.
Includes:

Theme
Variation I
Variation II
Variation III

1st performance: the wedding of Katharine Schroeder, Dr. Wienhorst's niece.
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound original manuscript, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, prepared set of parts (cut and pasted, including a
sheet detailing changes made to the parts)
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, set of parts
1 sheet, original manuscript sketch

W.IX.14 Pyramids for Brass Quintet.
For 2 Trps, Hrn, Trb, and Tba.
Composed in 1984.
Duration: 5'30".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
1st performance: the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Brass Ensemble at Luther College, July 12, 1984.
E.C.S. Publications # 5584 (full score); 5584A (parts).
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, set of parts
W.IX.15

Suite for Cello and Piano.
For Vc and Pf.
Composed in 1960.
Includes:

I - Toccata
II - Winds
III - Dance
IV - Epilogue

1st performance: John White, cello, and Gloria Wilson, piano, at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York.
Collection holds (Box 10-Oversize):
1 copy bound original manuscript, full score

W.IX.16

Trio for Violin, Alto Saxophone, and Piano.
For Vn, ASax, and Pf.
Composed in 1963. Written for Cecil Leeson and Francois d'Albert. In three movements.
Includes:

I - Agitated
II - Moderately
III - Fast

Duration: 15'.
E.C.S. Publications #s 5611 (full score); 5611A (parts).
Collection holds (Box 10-Oversize):
1 copy bound manuscript mimeocopy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript mimeocopy, violin part
1 copy unbound manuscript mimeocopy, alto saxophone part

W.IX.17 Two Blake Settings.
For Voice, Fl, and Hp.
Composed in 1987 for unison chorus and harp/piano (IV.20, above). Arranged for voice, flute,
and harp, 1989.
Alternate author: Blake, William (1757-1827).
1st performance: Ann Harrison Hoyt, soprano, Elizabeth Mayer, flute, and Ted Nichelson, harp, at
Illinois Wesleyan University, April 17, 1993.
E.C.S. Publications # 4748.
Collection holds (Box 3):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score

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