From the spirited works of Mozart and Haydn to the snappy repartee of the early 20th century French masters. From 12th century Irish monasteries to present-day undiscovered composers, Manitou Winds is constantly refining and learning — adding to its list of repertoire and works in progress. Here is but a sampling of what’s currently in our folders:
Quintette en Ut Claude Arrieu (1903-1990) Allegro Andante Allegro scherzando Adagio Allegro vivace Three Celtic Carols Jason T. McKinney (b. 1979) Jesous Ahatonhia (Breton) Carúl Inís Córthaigh (Ireland) Moita Festa (Galicia) Wind Quintet in Ab Major, Op. 14/H67 Gustav Holst (1874-1934) Allegro moderato Adagio Minuet (in Canon) Air and Variations
Divertimento No. 11 in Eb Major, K. 251 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) I. Allegro molto arr. by A. Richter III. Andantino IV. Menuetto (Theme and Variations) VI. Marcia alla francese Landscapes Daniel Baldwin (b. 1978) Of Tomorrow's Promise Of Pain and Sorrows Of Quiet Reflection Three Narratives Jason T. McKinney (b. 1979) Once In the Dark Turning
Cinq Pieces en Trio Jacques Ibert (1890-1962) Allegro vivo Andantino Allegro assai Andante Allegro quasi marziale Divertimento in G Major, Op. 152 Paul Sterne (b. 1977) Andante Scherzetto Largo Allegro vivace Divertimento in G Major, Hob. IV: 3 Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) Allegro marziale arr. A. Andraud Andante Allegro
In addition to showcasing Classical and traditional works, Manitou Winds also performs as the Neo Trio (Flute, Clarinet, and Piano or Lever Harp). Specializing in music for quiet gatherings, the trio performs selected works from composers such as Liz Story, George Winston, David Tolk, Lesley Spencer, Loreena McKennitt and many others.