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Danmarks-Sange by Hans Abrahamsen (1974/76), scored for Mezzo-Soprano and 5 instruments. Text by the composer.
Ständchen IV - Arr. 2010 for Ensemble by Bent Sørensen. Scored for Clarinet, Trombone, Piano, Guitar, Violin and Cello.
Et Øjeblik for Mandolin, Piano, Percussion, Timpani and String Quintet was composed by Anders Koppel in 2007, for the 150th anniversary of Edition Wilhelm Hansen.
Jubileephony - a fanfare for large Wind Ensemble and Piano by Poul Ruders (1986). Commissioned by and dedicated to Houston Symphony Orchestra in celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the Constitution of the State of Texas.
Convex - Concave - Concord for six instruments was composed by Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen in 2008 for the American ensemble Bang on a Can.
Kevin Volans’ Looping Point, for Large Ensemble (7 or more players), was first performed on 2 November 2012 in Dublin by Crash Ensemble.
Dancing Raindrops for Clarinet, Violin and Piano was composed by Faroese composer Sunleif Rasmussen in 1995.
Kvintet Opus 130 For Flute, Violin, Viola, Violoncel and Piano by Danish composer Niels Viggo Bentzon.
Blue-Green Hill by Judith Weir was commissioned by Boston Musica Viva (Richard Pittman, Music Director), with support from the Ernst von Siemens Foundation for Music and members of the Boston Musica Viva Commission Circle. Score/Piano part.
Remember This by Ian Venables, Cantata for soprano and tenor solists and piano quintet. Full score, required for the vocal soloists.