Orchestral Compositions by Adrian Mann                      Available on rental – request rates by Order Form                    PDF perusal scores free upon request

 

Cat. #2010           The Journey of Johnny Tin Cap for Narrator & Orchestra

The adventures of Johnny Appleseed, from his birth in New England, planting orchards through Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana with text by Christopher Murphy. This tone poem in 9 or 12 minute versions is ideal for Family concerts.     

      Listen to it here:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0iXzxNeMVs&t=104s

                                     

     

Cat. #2012           “Gaetano” Variations for Trombone & Orchestra

This concerto for trombone is a tribute to American-Italian composer and conductor Thomas Briccetti (1936-1999).  The six movements depict the varied aspects of his life in both countries.

                             

                        

Cat. #2014           How Sweet the Sound – A Hymntune Medley

A 5-minute orchestral medley on seven well-known traditional American hymn tunes, including Amazing Grace, Come Thou Font of Every Blessing, and When Jesus Wept.

                                   

 

Cat. #2016           LIGHTSONGS –

                            A Chanukah Medley for Soloists, SATB Chorus & Orchestra

Published by Transcontinental Music (www.transcontinentalmusic.com) this 9-minute medley of popular songs covers holiday moods from reverent to playful.  Also available in an Ensemble version for Chorus and six instruments.

 

 

Cat. #2018           Nativityset I – Six European Carols for Chorus & Orchestra

A 13-minute medley on familiar carols including Blessed Be That Maid Marie, Joseph Dearest Joseph Mine, Song of the Bagpipers, and Come All Ye Shepherds.

                                   

 

Cat. #2020           A Lincoln Tribute – 3 Civil War Era Songs for Orchestra

These three songs were popular in the Civil War Era (1861-64) and are part of the collection housed in the Indiana Historical Museum, Indianapolis,  Indiana.  They have been adapted and orchestrated into this suite in observance of the 150th anniversary of that era.