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FLUTE/PICCOLO

The White Trout (narrator, soprano, piccolo, harp, double bass, piano)

Fleeting Thoughts (2 flutes, piano)

Imajik! (flute+piccolo, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion)

The Earth Abideth Forever (flute obbigato + SATB chorus and piano) 

Casse-tete  (standard woodwind quintet) [publisher]

Danses Ravissants (flute, oboe, cello, harp) or (flute + piccolo, oboe, viola, harp)                 [recording] [publisher]

Hebert Variations (piccolo and piano)
[recording] [publisher]

Jeanne Baxtresser: "The Hebert Variations are simply enchanting and a great addition to the repertoire!"

Amy Porter: "I love the Hebert Variations VERY much! I appreciate how you write well for each instrument. Thank you for that! 

La Bergere des Brises de Vallee (flute + piccolo, oboe + English horn, piano)
[recording] [publisher]

Jeanne Baxtresser: "I love the trio - wonderful atmosphere for the listener!"

Goldsmith's Pasticcio (flute, oboe, cello)

Donald Rosenberg, the Akron Beacon Journal
Huntingdon Trio Concert, March 28, 1983

"The piece, in three movements, is an attractive mix of lyrical and boisterous ideas, skillfully constructed and excellently exploiting the unusual sonorities posed by the interweaving of these instruments."

Coquin'Arena (four flutes, [4th doubling on piccolo], alto flute, bass flute)
[publisher]

Five Questions (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon)

Ode to an Amoeba (flute and piano or harp)


OBOE/ENGLISH HORN

Sinfonia Concertante (2 solo oboes, solo bassoon, string orchestra or string quintet)

Askelad and the Seven Silver Ducks (oboe+English horn & double bass, both performers narrating) [publisher]

Romans des Rois (oboe, horn, piano) [publisher]

Casse-tete (standard woodwind quintet) [publisher]

Sinfonia for Choirs of Oboes and English Horns (multiple groups of four oboes and one English horn each) [publisher] [recording]
 
Danses Ravissants (flute, oboe, cello, harp) or (flute+piccolo, oboe, viola, harp) [publisher] [recording]
 
Cortege d'antan (oboe, English horn, organ) [publisher]
 
Songs for Young Lovers  [lyrics: Edna St. Vincent Millay] (oboe, soprano, piano) [publisher]
 
 
Bocadillos Floridianos (oboe and piano)
[publisher]

Charissa Huang, the Kalamazoo Gazette
Monica Fosnaugh, oboe and Helen Lukan, piano: July 7, 2004 performance

"The second movement was enchanting..., eliciting a hauntingly exhausted atmosphere. The final movement, depicting the heart-racing dance of the Floridian lizards, proved to be the real favorite of the evening.  Fosnaugh and Lukan delivered an astounding display of ensemble."

Windrush Madrigals (oboe, clarinet, piano)
[recording] [publisher]

Trocadillos (oboe, bassoon, and piano) [publisher]

La Bergere des Brises de Vallee (flute + piccolo, oboe + English horn, piano)
[recording] [publisher]

Jeanne Baxtresser: "I love the trio - wonderful atmosphere for the listener!"

Collioure (English horn, cello, piano)
[publisher]

Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Concert by the Myriad Chamber Ensemble, January 26, 1997

"Margaret Griebling-Haigh's Collioure travels from brooding utterances to episodes of dramatic anguish.  The rich palette, which bears traces of Ravel and Poulenc, derives much of its dark personality from the vibrant interaction of instruments. The piece was saturated with haunting inflections by English hornist Jeffrey Rathbun, cellist Charles Bernard, and pianist Kathryn Brown."

Goldsmith's Pasticcio (flute, oboe, cello)

Donald Rosenberg, the Akron Beacon Journal
Huntingdon Trio Concert, March 28, 1983

"The piece, in three movments, is an attractive mix of lyrical and boisterous ideas, skillfully constructed and excellently exploiting the unusual sonorities posed by the interweaving of these instruments."

Histoire de Babar, le petit elephant (oboe + English horn, double bass, narrator, piano)
Call or write for Information about performing this work.

Two Bagatelles for Bassoon and Oboe (bassoon and oboe)                                              [published by Musicalligraphics]

Night Swimming (soprano, English horn, piano)
[publisher]

Donald Rosenberg, the Cleveland Plain Dealer
Stan Hywet Hall Concert, February 6, 2004

"One hears a composer painting brilliant sonic images. Night Swimming is a rapturous setting of a poem by Mary Grimm."

Songs for Young Lovers (soprano, oboe, piano) [publisher]

Five Questions (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon)

Two Inventions (oboe and clarinet)

Premiere Arabesque: Claude Debussy (arr. oboe and piano)
[publisher]

Deuxieme Arabesque: Claude Debussy (arr. oboe and piano)
[publisher]

Liebestraum: Franz Liszt (arr. oboe and piano)
[publisher]


CLARINET

Valses Fantasques (8 part clarinet choir) [publisher]

Casse-tete  (standard woodwind quintet) [publisher]
 
Windrush Madrigals (oboe, clarinet, piano)
[recording] [publisher]

From "Huntsman, What Quarry?" (soprano, clarinet, viola, harp)

Five Questions (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon)

Two Inventions (oboe and clarinet)


SAXOPHONE

Kajalamagee (violin, alto saxophone, piano)
[publisher]

Kajalamagee (viola, alto saxophone, piano)
[publisher]


BASSOON

Sortilege (bassoon and piano)

Sinfonia Concertante (2 solo oboes, solo bassoon, string orchestra or string quintet)

Casse-tete  (standard woodwind quintet) [publisher]
 
Trocadillos (oboe, bassoon, and piano) [publisher]

Two Bagatelles for Bassoon and Oboe (bassoon and oboe) [published by Musicalligraphics]

Five Questions (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon)


BRASS

Sonata for Horn and Piano (horn and piano)

Romans des Rois (oboe, horn, piano) [publisher]

Casse-tete  (standard woodwind quintet) [publisher]
 
The Queen's Gazette (trumpet and piano)
[published by Musicalligraphics]

Two Bagatelles (two trumpets)

Second Century Prelude (two trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba)


VIOLIN

Little Quirks (violin and piano)

Romanza (violin and piano)

From a Train Window (violin, viola, cello)

Imajik! (flute+piccolo, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion)

Vistas desde el Balcon (violin, cello, piano)
[recording] [published by Musicalligraphics]

Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Stan Hywet Hall Concert, February 6, 2004

"Views from the Balcony leans toward Russian elements suggesting Prokofiev's brooding lyricism and Shostakovich's mystery and anger. Whatever the source, it's a stunning explosion of ideas."

Kajalamagee (violin, alto saxophone, piano)
[publisher]

Bocadillos (violin and piano)

[published by Musicalligraphics]
 
Kipling Songs (soprano, violin, cello, piano)
[published by Musicalligraphics]
 
Little Ironies (two violins, viola, cello)
[published by Musicalligraphics]

VIOLA

From a Train Window (violin, viola, cello)

Imajik! (flute+piccolo, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion)

Danses Ravissants (flute+piccolo, oboe, viola, harp) [publisher]

Bocadillos Panoramicos (viola and piano)
[recording] [published by Musicalligraphics]

"2004 Minnesota Congress in Review"
Rachel White, Journal of the American Viola Society

"On a program devoted to the music of American Women Composers, my favorite piece was a very entertaining and light-hearted work called Bocadillos Panoramicos by Margaret Griebling- Haigh performed by Lynne Ramsey." 

Kajalamagee (viola, alto saxophone, piano)
[publisher]

From "Huntsman, What Quarry?" (soprano, clarinet, viola, harp)

Little Ironies (two violins, viola, cello)
[published by Musicalligraphics]
 

CELLO

From a Train Window (violin, viola, cello)

Little Doubts (2 cellos)

Imajik! (flute+piccolo, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion)

Danses Ravissants (flute, oboe, cello, harp) [publisher] [recording]
 
Vistas desde el Balcon (violin, cello, piano)
[recording] [published by Musicalligraphics]

Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Stan Hywet Hall Concert, February 6, 2004

"Views from the Balcony leans toward Russian elements suggesting Prokofiev's brooding lyricism and Shostakovich's mystery and anger. Whatever the source, it's a stunning explosion of ideas."

Collioure (English horn, cello, piano)
[publisher]

Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Concert by the Myriad Chamber Ensemble, January 26, 1997

"Margaret Griebling-Haigh's Collioure travels from brooding utterances to episodes of dramatic anguish.  The rich palette, which bears traces of Ravel and Poulenc, derives much of its dark personality from the vibrant interaction of instruments. The piece was saturated with haunting inflections by English hornist Jeffrey Rathbun, cellist Charles Bernard, and pianist Kathryn Brown."

Little Ironies (two violins, viola, cello) [published by Musicalligraphics]
 
Kipling Songs (soprano, violin, cello, piano)
[published by Musicalligraphics]

Goldsmith's Pasticcio (flute, oboe, cello)

Donald Rosenberg, the Akron Beacon Journal
Huntingdon Trio Concert, March 28, 1983

"The piece, in three movments, is an attractive mix of lyrical and boisterous ideas, skillfully constructed and excellently exploiting the unusual sonorities posed by the interweaving of these instruments."

Cantilena (eight celli)
[published by Musicalligraphics]
 
Voices from the Other Side (soprano, eight celli)
[published by Musicalligraphics]
]

DOUBLE BASS

The White Trout (narrator, soprano, piccolo, harp, double bass, piano)

Askelad and the Seven Silver Ducks (oboe+English horn & double bass, both performers narrating) [publisher]

Imajik! (flute+piccolo, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion)

Bocadillos Iberianos (double bass and piano)

Sonata (Double bass and piano)
[publisher]

Elaine Guregian, the Akron Beacon Journal
Cleveland Composers Guild Concert, June 18, 1997

"[The Sonata's] most interesting moments came in a wispy final movment that offered the anticipatory excitement of a film score."

Histoire de Babar, le petit elephant (oboe + English horn, double bass, narrator, piano)
Call or write for information about performing this work.
 

HARP

The White Trout (narrator, soprano, piccolo, harp, double bass, piano)

Danses Ravissants (flute, oboe, cello, harp) or (flute + piccolo, oboe, viola, harp)  [publisher] [recording]

Ode to an Amoeba (flute and harp)

From "Huntsman, What Quarry?" (soprano, clarinet, viola, harp)

Afternoon in Morocco (harp)


ORGAN

Cortege d'antan (oboe, English horn, organ) [publisher]
 
 
PIANO SOLO
 
Twists of Fate
 
Six Preludes

Toccata

Pentoccata

Undersea Odyssey


PIANO DUET

Jeux des Jumeaux
[published by Musicalligraphics]

Grand Fantasy Anniversary Waltz Thing


PIANO + ONE INSTRUMENT

Little Quirks (violin and piano)

Sortilege (bassoon and piano)

Sonata for Horn and Piano (horn and piano)

Romanza (violin and piano)

Bocadillos Iberianos (double bass and piano)

Hebert Variations (piccolo and piano) [publisher] [recording]

Bocadillos Floridianos (oboe and piano)
[publisher]

Charissa Huang, the Kalamazoo Gazette
Monica Fosnaugh, oboe and Helen Lukan, piano: July 7, 2004 performance

"The second movement was enchanting..., eliciting a hauntingly exhausted atmosphere. The final movement, depicting the heart-racing dance of the Floridian lizards, proved to be the real favorite of the evening. Fosnaugh and Lukan delivered an astounding display of ensemble."

Bocadillos Panoramicos (viola and piano)
[recording] [published by Musicalligraphics]
 
"2004 Minnesota Congress in Review"
Rachel White, Journal of the American Viola Society

"On a program devoted to the music of American Women Composers, my favorite piece was a very entertaining and light-hearted work called Bocadillos Panorámicos by Margaret Griebling- Haigh performed by Lynne Ramsey."

Bocadillos (violin and piano) [published by Musicalligraphics]
 
The Queen's Gazette (trumpet and piano) [published by Musicalligraphics] 

Sonata (double bass and piano)

Ode to an Amoeba (flute and harp)


PIANO CHAMBER MUSIC

The White Trout (narrator, soprano, piccolo, harp, double bass, piano)

Romans des Rois (oboe, horn, piano) [publisher]

Imajik! (flute+piccolo, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion)

Windrush Madrigals (oboe, clarinet, piano)
[recording] [publisher]

Trocadillos (oboe, bassoon, and piano) [publisher]

La Bergere des Brises de Vallee (flute + piccolo, oboe + English horn, piano)
[recording] [publisher]

Jeanne Baxtresser: "I love the trio - wonderful atmosphere for the listener!"

Vistas desde el Balcon (violin, cello, piano)
[recording] [published by Musicalligraphics]

Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Stan Hywet Hall Concert, February 6, 2004

"Views from the Balcony leans toward Russian elements suggesting Prokofiev's brooding lyricism and Shostakovich's mystery and anger. Whatever the source, it's a stunning explosion of ideas."

Collioure (English horn, cello, piano)
[publisher]

Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Concert by the Myriad Chamber Ensemble, January 26, 1997

"Margaret Griebling-Haigh's Collioure travels from brooding utterances to episodes of dramatic anguish.  The rich palette, which bears traces of Ravel and Poulenc, derives much of its dark personality from the vibrant interaction of instruments. The piece was saturated with haunting inflections by English hornist Jeffrey Rathbun, cellist Charles Bernard, and pianist Kathryn Brown."

Histoire de Babar, le petit elephant (oboe + English horn, double bass, narrator, piano)
Call or write for information about performing this work.

Night Swimming (soprano, English horn, piano)
[publisher]

Donald Rosenberg, the Cleveland Plain Dealer
Stan Hywet Hall Concert, February 6, 2004

"One hears a composer painting brilliant sonic images. Night Swimming is a rapturous setting of a poem by Mary Grimm."

Songs for Young Lovers (soprano, oboe, piano) [publisher]

Kipling Songs (soprano, violin, cello, piano) [published by Musicalligraphics]

Vistas desde el Balcon (violin, cello, piano)  [published by Musicalligraphics]
[recording]

Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Stan Hywet Hall Concert, February 6, 2004

"Views from the Balcony leans toward Russian elements suggesting Prokofiev's brooding lyricism and Shostakovich's mystery and anger. Whatever the source, it's a stunning explosion of ideas."

Kajalamagee (viola, alto saxophone, piano)
[publisher]

Kajalamagee (violin, alto saxophone, piano)
[publisher]


VOICE + PIANO

Sonnets of Resignation (v, xxxvii, and xxvii) (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay] [published by Musicalligraphics]

Counting-out Rhyme (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay] [published by Musicalligraphics]

First Love (Soprano, Tenor, & Piano) [lyrics: Christopher Schmitz]

The Spring and the Fall (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay]

Sonnets x and xxvi (baritone and piano) [lyrics: Millay]

Sorrow (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay]

Sonnets xl, xv, and xlii (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay] [published by Musicalligraphics]

Songs for Young Lovers (soprano or baritone and piano) [lyrics: Millay] Armenonville; The Princess Recalls Her One Adventure; Songs for Young Lovers in a City; There at Dusk I Found You; Huntsman, What Quarry? [published by Musicalligraphics

The Fitter (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay]

Ebb and Eel Grass (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay]

Daphne and Oberon (soprano and piano) [lyrics: Millay]


VOCAL CHAMBER MUSIC

The White Trout (narrator, soprano, piccolo, harp, double bass, piano)

Songs for Young Lovers (soprano, oboe, and piano) [lyrics: Millay] Armenonville; The Princess Recalls Her One Adventure; Huntsman, What Quarry? [publisher]
 
Kipling Songs (Soprano, Violin, Cello, Piano) [lyrics: Rudyard Kipling] Commissariat Camels, The Seal's Lullaby, & Road-song of the Bandar-log [published by Musicalligraphics]

Songs for Young Lovers (soprano or baritone and piano) [lyrics: Millay] Armenonville; The Princess Recalls Her One Adventure; Songs for Young Lovers in a City; There at Dusk I Found You; Huntsman, What Quarry? [published by Musicalligraphics]

Voices from the Other Side (Soprano & 8 Celli) [Edna St. Vincent Millay] Some Things Are Dark, Prayer to Persephone, & The Curse  [published by Musicalligraphics]

Night Swimming (soprano, English horn, piano)
[publisher]

Donald Rosenberg, the Cleveland Plain Dealer
Stan Hywet Hall Concert, February 6, 2004

"One hears a composer painting brilliant sonic images. Night Swimming is a rapturous setting of a poem by Mary Grimm."

From "Huntsman, What Quarry?" (soprano, clarinet, viola, harp)