ESP Repertoire

The vast majority of ESP’s “book” has been arranged “in-house,” either by members of the ensemble, or by other students within the Eastman School of Music.  New works have also been created specifically for the ensemble, including works by Dave Deason, Chris Castro, Ted Goldman, and Jennifer Bellor.

 

ESP Halloween Concert 2011

 

Click on the links below to check out these pieces on YouTube:

 

J.S. BACH, Chaconne from Partita in D minor, BWV 1004, arr. Matt Evans

 

 J. S. BACH, Fugue in G minor “The Great,” BWV 542, arr. Quinn Lewis

 

Samuel BARBER, Overture to “The School for Scandal,” Op. 5, arr. Matt Evans

 

Chris CASTRO, Brooklyn Hymn-Variations

 

Dave DEASON, Carnival for Saxophone Ensemble & Vibraphone

Colin Deay, vibraphone

 

Claude DEBUSSY, Golliwogg’s Cakewalk, arr. Matt Evans

 

 Claude DEBUSSY, La fille aux cheveux de lin, arr. Levi Saelua

 

Claude DEBUSSY, Les Collines d’Anacapri, arr. Reuben Allen

 

Claude DEBUSSY, Minstrels, arr. Mike Conrad

 

Claude DEBUSSY, Première Rhapsody, arr. Matt Evans

Kenneth Grant, clarinet

 

Antonín, DVORÀK, Serenade for Winds in D minor, Op. 44, arr. Doug O’Connor

Moderato, quasi Marcia

Minuetto

Andante con moto

Finale: allegro molto

 

 Clare FISCHER, Gaviota, arr. Dirk Fischer, orch. Ramon Ricker

Ramon Ricker, soprano saxophone

 

Henry, FILLMORE, Rolling Thunder, arr. Matt Evans

Matt Evans, Marta Tiesenga, tenor saxophones

Dannel Espinoza, Nick Exler, baritone saxophones

 

Carlos GARDEL, Tango “Por Una Cabeza,” arr. John Williams, re-arr. Matt Evans

 

Yasuhide ITO, La Danza di Terra, arr. Jonathan Wintringham

 

Mikel KUEHN, Objet/Ombre

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John MACKEY, Asphalt Cocktail

 

Jean MATITIA, Devil’s Rag

 

 Jean MATITIA, Devil’s Rag

Alex Dugdale, dancer

 

Marc MELLITS, arr. Jonathan Wintringham

Roasting Petunia

The Seduction of Brie

Standing at the Gates of Orange Wheat

Groove Machine

 

Robert MORRIS, Tigers and Lillies

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Astor PIAZZOLLA/Jun NAGAO, Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas

Primavera Porteña, arr. Jonathan Wintringham

Otoño Porteño, arr. Jonathan Wintringham

Verano Porteño, arr. Jonathan Wintringham

Invierno Porteño, arr. Myles Boothroyd

 

Jonathan RUSSELL, Supra

 

W. A. MOZART, Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K. 546, arr. Matt Evans

 

Sergei PROKOFIEV, Symphony No. 1 “Classical,” Op. 25, arr. Matt Evans

Allegro

Larghetto

Gavotta

Finale – Molto vivace

 

Maurice RAVEL, Pavane pour une infante défunte, arr. Matt Evans

 

Steve REICH, New York Counterpoint, arr. Susan Fancher

 

Camille SAINT-SAËNS, Danse Macabre, arr. Dannel Espinoza

 

Dimitri SHOSTAKOVITCH, Festive Overture, Op. 96, arr. Matt Evans

 

Igor STRAVINSKY, The Rite of Spring, arr. Dannel Espinoza

 

Joseph TURRIN, Festival Fanfare, trans. Matt Evans

 

Antonio VIVALDI, Concerto for Two Violins in A minor, RV 522, arr. Matt Evans

Sean Xue, Mark Viavattine, soprano saxophones