Available Repertoire

all music arranged for flute, bassoon & guitar [except as indicated] by Gregory Dinger, except as noted*

RENAISSANCE PERIOD 16th century

  • TOMAS LUIS DE VITTORIA:arabesque
    • “O Magnum Mysterium” (motet)

 BAROQUE PERIOD 17th & 18th centuries

  • JOHANN PACHELBEL:
    • Canon (passacaglia)
  • JEREMIAH CLARKE: 
    • The Prince of Denmark’s March (aka Purcell’s Trumpet Voluntary)
  • TOMASO ALBINONI (reconstructed by Giazotto): 
    • Adagio
  • JEAN-JACQUES MOURET:
    • Rondeau (fanfare)
  • LOUIS DAQUIN:
    • “Le Cou-Cou” (rondeau)
  • JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH:
    • Arioso from Concerto BWV 1056
    • “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” from Cantata No. 147
    • “Italian Concerto” BWV 971 (3 mvts.)
    • Air & Two Gavottes from Orchestral Suite No. 3 BWV 1068
    • “Sleepers, Awake!” & “When Will You Come, My Lord?” from Cantata No. 140
    • Two-Part Inventions No. 4 [flute & bassoon], No. 8 [flute & guitar] & No. 15 [bassoon & guitar]
  • GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
    • “Alla Hornpipe” from “Water Music” Suite in D major
    • Passacaglia from Harpsichord Suite in G minor
    • Flute Sonata in A minor Op. 1 No. 4 (4 mvts.)
  • ANTONIO VIVALDI
    • Guitar [originally for lute] Concerto in D major RV 93 (3 mvts.)
    • “Spring” Concerto from “The Four Seasons”
  • DOMENICO SCARLATTI
    • Sonata in D major Kk. 96
    • Sonata in A major Kk. 322
    • Sonata in E major Kk. 380

CLASSICAL PERIOD (later 18th century/early 19th century)

  • WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
    • “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” K. 525 (4 mvts.)
    • Andante from Piano Sonata K. 545
    • Rondo “alla Turca” from Piano Sonata K. 332
    • “Laudate Dominum” from “Solemn Vespers” K. 339
  • LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
    • Serenade in D major Op. 8 (6 mvts.) arr. Matiegka/rev. Ophee/Dinger
    • “Fur Elise” Bagatelle (for piano) WoO 59
    • Adagio Sostenuto from “Moonlight” Piano Sonata Op. 27 No. 2
  • JOSEPH KREUTZER
    • *Trio in A major Op. 16 (3 mvts.) [originally for flute, clarinet & guitar]
  • FRANCESCO MOLINO
    • *Trio in D major Op. 45 (3 mvts.) [originally for flute, viola & guitar]
  • FRANCOIS DE FOSSA
    • *3 Trios Concertantes Op. 18 (3 mvts., each) [originally for violin, cello & guitar]
  • FRANZ SCHUBERT
    • Entr’ Acte & Ballet from “Rosamunde”
    • Impromptu Op. 90 No. 3
    • “Ave Maria” (lied)
  • FRANZ SCHUBERT/arr. FRANZ LISZT
    • “Standchen” (serenade)

ROMANTIC PERIOD (later 19th century)

  • ROBERT SCHUMANN
    • “Traumerie” from “Scene from Childhood”
    • “Der Nussbaum” (lied)
  • EDVARD GRIEG
    • Norwegian Dance Op. 35 No. 2
    • “Peer Gynt” Suite No. 1 (4 mvts.)
  • CHARLES GOUNOD
    • “Funeral March of a Marionette” from “Hansel & Gretel” [bassoon & guitar]
  • ALEXANDRE BORODIN
    • Polovetsian Dance from “Prince Igor”
  • PYOTR ILYITCH TCHAIKOVSKY
    • “Nutcracker Suite” (4 mvts.)
  • MODESTE MUSSORGSKY
    • “Promenade” from “Pictures at an Exhibition”
  • SERGEI RACHMANINOFF
    • “Vocalise” Op. 34 No. 14

FRENCH IMPRESSIONIST (late 19th century/early 20th century)

  • GABRIEL FAURE
    • Pavane Op. 50
  • CLAUDE DEBUSSY
    • “Reverie”
    • “Arabesques” Nos. 1 & 2
    • “Golliwog’s Cakewalk” from “Children’s Corner Suite”
  • MAURICE RAVEL
    • “Pavane pour une Infante Defunte” (Pavane for a Dead Princess)
    • “Forlane” from “Le Tombeau de Couperin”
    • “Alborada del Gracioso” from “Miroirs”
  • ERIC SATIE
    • “Gymnopedie” No. 1 [bassoon & guitar]
  • JACQUES IBERT
    • “Entr’ Acte” [flute & guitar]

SPANISH & SOUTH AMERICAN (late 19th & early 20th century)

  • ENRIQUE GRANADOS
    • Two Spanish Dances:  No. 5 “Andaluza” & No. 12 “Arabesca”
  • ISAAC ALBENIZ
    • “Granada” from “Suite Espanola” [bassoon & guitar]
    • Tango Op. 165 No. 2 [bassoon & guitar]
  • MANUEL DE FALLA
    • “The Miller’s Dance” (farruca) from “The Three-Cornered Hat”
    • “Ritual Fire Dance” from “El Amor Brujo”
  • JOAQUIN RODRIGO
    • Allegro (1st mvt. excerpt) & Adagio (2nd mvt.) from “Concierto de Aranjuez”
    • “Villano & Ricercare” & “Canarios” from “Fantasia Para Un Gentilhombre”
  • ANONYMOUS/arr. Miguel Llobet, revised Charles Duncan–arr. for trio: Dinger:
    • Four Catalonian Songs: “El Canco del Lladre” “La Nit de Nadal” “El Testament de n’Amelia” “El Noi de la Mare”
  • HEITOR VILLA-LOBOS
    • “Chorinho” from “Suite Populaire Bresilienne”
  • ASTOR PIAZZOLLA
    • “Cafe 1930” & “Nightclub 1960” from “Histoire du Tango” (1988) [flute & guitar]

EASTERN EUROPEAN (early & mid 20th century)

  • BELA BARTOK
    • Six Rumanian Folk Dances Sz. 56 (1915)
  • GYORGY LIGETI
    • Three Wedding Dances (1950)
    • “Musica Ricercata” (1951-53) (11 pieces)

ENGLISH & AMERICAN (late 19th & early 20th century)

  • RALPH VAUGHN WILLIAMS
    • Fantasia on “Greensleeves” from “Sir John In Love”
  • EDWARD MacDOWELL
    • “To A Wild Rose” from “Woodland Sketches”
  • SCOTT JOPLIN
    • “Elite Syncopations” (1902)
    • “Magnetic Rag” (1914)
  • GEORGE GERSHWIN & WILL DONALDSON
    • “Rialto Ripples” (1917)
  • GEORGE GERSHWIN
    • Three Preludes (1926)
    • “Summertime” from “Porgy & Bess” (1934)
    • Passacaglia on a Gershwin Song (“The Man I Love’) by GREGORY DINGER
    • see also “popular music” below…

AMERICAN FOLK / TRADITIONAL MUSIC:

  • anonymous/setting in the style of Copland by Dinger:  “Simple Gifts”
  • anonymous/setting by Dinger:  “Shenandoah”
  • anonymous/setting by Zaninelli: “The Water Is Wide”
  • JAY UNGAR:
    • “Ashokan Farewell” & “The Mountain House”

20th CENTURY POPULAR MUSIC:

Jazz-based…

  • Fats WALLER & Andy RAZAF
    • “Ain’t Misbehavin'”
  • Nat SIMON & Jimmy KENNEDY
    • “Istanbul Not Constantinople”
  • Dave BRUBECK
    • “Blue Rondo a la Turk”* from “Time Out” (1959) [*arr. M. Huffer/G. Dinger]
  • Joseph ZAWINUL (as recorded by Weather Report)
    • “Birdland” from “Heavy Weather” (1977)

From the movies…

  • Harold ARLEN & Yip HARBURG
    • “(Somewhere) Over The Rainbow” from “The Wizard of Oz”
  • Henry MANCINI & Johnny MERCER

    • “Moon River” from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
  • Meredith WILSON (as recorded by Peggy Lee; & The Beatles)
    • “Till There Was You” from “The Music Man”
  • PERETTI, CREATORE & WEISS (as recorded by Elvis Presley)
    • “I Can’t Help Falling In Love Again” from “Blue Hawaii”
  • Nino ROTA
    • “A Time For Us” from “Romeo & Juliet”
  • Marvin HAMLISCH
    • “Looking Through The Eyes of Love” from “Ice Castles”
  • Shaun DAVEY
    • “Maggie & Finn” from “Waking Ned Devine”
  • Patrick DOYLE
    • “The Dreame” from “Sense & Sensibility”

Pop – Rock…

  • John LENNON & Paul McCARTNEY (as recorded by The Beatles)
    • “If I Fell” & “And I Love Her” from “A Hard Day’s Night” (1964)
    • “In My Life” from “Rubber Soul” (1965)
    • “For No One” & “Eleanor Rigby” from “Revolver” (1966)
    • “When I’m 64” from “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (1967)
    • “All You Need Is Love” from “Yellow Submarine” (1967)
    • Fantasia on “Blackbird” & “Mother Nature’s Son” from “The White Album” (1968)
    • “Because” & “You Never Give Me Your Money” from “Abbey Road” (1969)
  • George HARRISON (as recorded by The Beatles)
    • “Piggies” from “The White Album” (1968)
    • Fantasia on “Here Comes The Sun” from “Abbey Road” (1969)
  • HOLLAND, DOZIER & HOLLAND (as recorded by Marvin Gaye; & James Taylor)
    • “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” (1964)
  • John FOGERTY (as recorded by Creedence Clearwater Revival)
    • “Down On The Corner” from “Willy & the Poorboys” (1970)
  • Jon ANDERSON (as recorded by Yes)
    • “Long Distance Runaround” from “Fragile” (1972)
  • ORZABAL, STANLEY & HUGUES (as recorded by Tears For Fears)
    • “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” (1983)
  • MARINOS, PALMAR, SKILL, CANLER & SOLLEY (as recorded by The Romantics)
    • Fantasia on “Talking In Your Sleep” (1983)
  • Peter GABRIEL
    • “In Your Eyes” from “So” (1986)
  • Tom PETTY
    • “Wildflowers” from “Wildflowers” (1990)
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