2009 Repertoire Report- KW

With Friday night’s Mahler 1 rehearsal done, my work year for 2009 is now complete. Actually, my conducting year is now complete- there are countless little admin projects to get to, bowings to do, programs to confirm, contacts to chase, soloists to engage and letters to send before the end of the year.

Nonetheless, now is the time when we offer one of our Vftp research assistants a chance at finding out where the cops are keeping that exculpatory DNA evidence in exchange for compiling the annual Repertoire Report. As every year, we strong encourage Vftp readers to compile and submit additional reports-.if you are a performer, send us your repertoire report, and we’ll post it here and link to your website, if you have one. Do you play in an orchestra- send us a repertoire report for your orchestra. Are you a freelancer- why not send a repertoire report of all the programs you played with all your orchestras this year. If you have a favorite conductor or performer, why not visit their website and assemble a repertoire report. The results can be fascinating. Last year we had several people submit reports. Send your repertoire report to info@kennethwoods.net.

If you see “(2)” after a work, that means I did the piece as part of 2 different programs. Otherwise, we don’t take special note of pieces that I toured with- all of the string trio rep was done many, many times this spring and summer.

Repertoire Report discussion and analysis to follow in a separate post.

1-       Arnold- Guitar Concerto

2-       Arnold- Scottish Dances

3-       Arnold- Serenade for Guitar and Strings

4-       Beethoven- Egmont Overture

5-       Beethoven- Leonore Overture No. 2

6-       Beethoven- Piano Concerto no. 4

7-       Beethoven- String Trio in C minor, op 9 no 3

8-       Beethoven- Symphony no. 1 (2)

9-       Beethoven- Symphony no. 2 in D major

10-   Beethoven- Symphony no. 4

11-   Beethoven Symphony no. 7

12-   Beethoven- Symphony no. 8 in F major

13-   Bloch- Concerto Grosso no 2

14-   Brahms- Piano Concerto no. 1 in D minor

15-   Brahms- Serenade in D Major, op 11

16-   Copland- Suite from “Rodeo”

17-   Debussy- Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun

18-   Dvorak Slavonic Dances op 46 and 72

19-   Dvorak- Symphony no. 9 “From the New World”

20-   Elgar- Cockaigne Overture

21-   Elgar- Serendade for Strings

22-   Elgar- Symphony no. 1 in A flat Major

23-   Gal- Concertino for Violin and Strings

24-   Gal- Concerto for Violin and Chamber Orchestra

25-   Gal- Triptych

26-   Gershwin- An American in Paris

27-   Ginasterra- Harp Concerto

28-   Gregson- Trombone Concerto

29-   Haydn- Cello Concerto no. 1 in C major

30-   Haydn- Cello Concerto no. 2 in D major

31-   Haydn- Sinfonia Concertante for Oboe, Bassoon, Violin and Cello

32-   Haydn- Symphony no. 45 “Farewell”

33-   Haydn- Symphony no. 60 “Il Distratto”

34-   Haydn- Symphony no. 72

35-   Haydn- Symphony no. 86 in D Major

36-   Haydn- Symphony no. 94 “Surprise”

37-   Haydn- Symphony no. 104

38-   Hovaness- String Trio

39-   Ives- Symphony no. 3

40-   Klein- String Trio

41-   Kodaly- Intermezzo for String Trio

42-   Krasa- “Tanec” for String Trio

43-   Mahler- Ruckert Lieder

44-   Mahler- Symphony no. 5

45-   Mendelssohn- Songs Without Words

46-   Mozart- Clarinet Quintet

47-   Mozart- Gran Partita for Winds

48-   Mozart/Wendt- Harmonie from Figaro

49-   Mozart- Overture to La Clemenza di Tito (2)

50-   Mozart- Requiem

51-   Mozart- Piano Concerto in A major K 488

52-   Mozart- Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola (2)

53-   Mozart- Symphony no. 13

54-   Mozart- Symphony no. 31 “Paris” (2)

55-   Mozart Symphony no. 40 in G minor

56-   Prokofiev- Concerto No. 5 for Piano and Orchestra

57-   Rossini- Overture “Tancredi”

58-   Philip Sawyers- Symphony no. 2

59-   James Schlefer- Concerto for Shakuhachi and Chamber Orchestra

60-   Schinittke- String Trio

61-   Schubert- Overture in D Major in the Italian Style

62-   Schumann- Konzertsucke for Four Horns

63-   Schumann- Overture, Scherzo and Finale

64-   Schumann- Overture to “Bride of Messina”

65-   Schumann- Symphony no. 2 in C (2)

66-   Schumann- Symphony no. 4 in D minor

67-   Shostakovich- Chamber Symphony op 83 a

68-   Shostakovich- Piano Concerto no. 2

69-   Sousa- The Liberty Bell

70-   Strauss- Concerto No. 1 for Horn

71-   Strauss- Horn Concerto no. 2

72-   Tchaikovsky- Rococo Variations for Cello and Orchestra

73-   Tchaikovsky- Quartet no. 3 in E flat minor

74-   Vaughan-Williams- Symphony no. 5

75-   Verdi- Aida

76-   Wagner- Rienzi Overture

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American conductor, composer and cellist Kenneth Woods is Principal Conductor of the English Symphony Orchestra, Artistic Director of the Colorado MahlerFest and cellist of the string trio Ensemble Epomeo. He records for the Avie, Somm, Nimbus, Signum, MSR and Toccata labels.

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