Pictures at an Exhibition

Listen to a complete performance of Pat's wind transcription of Pictures at an Exhibition performed by the University of Texas Wind Ensemble conducted by Jerry Junkin in the Transcriptions section.

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Debussy Transcription performed at 2008 Midwest Clinic

Pat's transcription of Claude Debussy's "Fetes" from "Nocturnes" will be performed at the 2008 Midwest International Band & Orchestra Clinic by the Spring High School Symphonic Band, Gabe Musella, director.

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"The Engulfed Cathedral" featured on new Air Force Band CD
Pat's transcription of Debussy's "The Englulfed Cathedral" is featured on the latest CD by The United States Air Force Band, Col. Dennis M. Layendecker, commander and music director. The CD also contains works by Schoenberg, Camphouse, and Ticheli.
 
Symphonic Transcriptions and Arrangements for Concert Band-Wind Ensemble Print E-mail

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PUBLISHED WORKS

MAJOR WORKS

MARCH EDITIONS FOR YOUNG BANDS

  • Traditional Scottish — TUNES OF GLORY $125.00
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    (Performed by the Bleyl Middle School Symphonic Band, Pat Patterson, director)
  • Edvard Grieg — LYRIC MARCH $125.00
    Sound Sample
    (Performed by the Bleyl Middle School Symphonic Band, Pat Patterson, director)
  • Johannes Hanssen — VALDRES Norwegian March $125.00
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    (Performed by the Kleb Intermediate School Symphonic Band, Randy Bloodworth, director)
  • Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov — PROCESSION OF THE SARDAR from “Caucasian Sketches” $125.00
  • Johann Strauss, Sr. — RADETSKY MARCH $125.00

The "PATTERSON CHORALE"

  • The "PATTERSON CHORALE" $30.00

ORIGINAL WORKS

  • DREAM SEQUENCE for Euphonium and Electronic Accompaniment $80.00 (Sheet music and CD)
  • TWO PART INVENTIONS for Euphonium and Tuba $35.00


All sound samples courtesy of Mark Custom Recording Service and DBP Audio

All performances by the University of Houston Wind Ensemble, Eddie Green and Tom Bennett, conductors (except where noted)