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Sortilege for bassoon and piano
required composition for the 2012
Meg Quigley Vivaldi Competition
Score and Part $20.00
Bocadillos
for violin and piano
Score and Part $15.00
Cantilena 
for cello octet (8 cellos)
Score and Parts $25.00
The Four Elements for Bb clarinet and piano
by Mary Ann Griebling
Score and Part $15.00
Marionettens Tanz
for piano duet
Two Copies $15.00
Jeux des Jumeaux
for piano duet
Two Copies $15.00
Kipling Songs
for soprano, violin, cello, and piano
Score and Parts $35.00
Little Ironies
for string quartet
Score and Parts $15.00
Pentoccata
for solo piano 
Score $7.50

The Queen's Gazette for Bb trumpet and piano

Score and Part

$5.00
Vistas desde el Balcon for violin, cello, and piano Score and Part $20.00
Voices from the Other Side
for soprano and 8 cellos
Score and Parts $40.00
Yggdrasil
for saxophone, viola, and piano by Karen Griebling
Score
and Parts
$7.50
 

2013

Little Quirks  (violin & piano)

Commissioned for the May 5, 2013 Cleveland Composers Guild Junior Concert


2012

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

[Traditional Irish Folk Tale as told by Samuel Lover and collected by William Butler Yeats]

Commissioned by Peter Gallagher for premiere at the 2013 convention of the International Society of Bassists, June 8, 2013 at Eastman School of Music. Premiere performance given by Ty Emerson, Barbara Choltco, Kyra Kester, Trina Struble, Scott Haigh, & Randall Fusco. Second performance July 23, 2013 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Cleveland Heights given by David Gooding, Gabrielle Haigh, Kyra Kester, Trina Struble, Scott Haigh, & Randall Fusco.

From a Train Window  (violin, viola, cello)

Commissioned by Diane Mather, First Assistant Principal Cello (retired) of the Cleveland Orchestra. First Performance September 28, 2012 by Judy Berman, Marcia Ferritto, and Diane Mather. Second performance July 23, 2013 by Emma Shook, Mark Jackobs, and Charles Bernard.

Baermusik  (brass choir: piccolo trumpet, 2 C trumpets, Bb trumpet, 4 horns, 2 trombones, bass trombone, tuba, optional timpani)

Commissioned by N. David and Suzanne Larky in honor of the memory of Hans Baer, former President of the Board of the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra.

Little Doubts (two cellos)

Commissioned for the May 6, 2012 Cleveland Composers Guild Junior Concert


2011

Sortilege  (bassoon and piano))

Commissioned by Barrick Stees, Assistant Principal Bassoonist of the Cleveland Orchestra, for the 2012 Meg Quigley Vivaldi Competition

Fleeting Thoughts  (two flutes and piano)

Commissioned for the May 1, 2011 Cleveland Composers Guild Junior Concert


2010

Valses Fantasques (eight-part clarinet choir)

Commissioned by Vandoren USA for the 2010 Clarinet Choir Festival, held at UCLA on November 6, 2010. Premiere conducted by Harvey Hermann.        Published by Jeanne, Inc.

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

Commissioned by Dave and Sue Larky in honor of the memory of John W. Mack         Premiered by Frank Rosenwein, Danna Sundet, Barrick Stees, Peter Otto, Emma         Shook, Stanley Konopka, Richard Weiss, and Scott Haigh, with Sasha Makila conducting, July 27, 2011.

Sonata for Horn and Piano (horn and piano)

Commissioned by Richard King, Principal Horn, the Cleveland Orchestra.                     Premiered by Richard King and Randall Fusco February 19, 2012

Dormi (trombone and piano)

Written in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Cleveland Composers Guild.   Premiered on April 23, 2010 by Massimo LaRosa, Principal Trombone, the Cleveland Orchestra, with Eric Charnofsky, piano.


2009

Alegrias (oboe, accordion, two violins, viola, cello, bass, piano, percussion)

Commissioned in honor the 60th birthday of Jamie D. Ireland III,  Chairman of the         Board of the Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, Ohio.  Premiered by Danna Sundet, Joela Jones, Donna Lee, Ted Rounds, Peter Otto, Stanley Konopka, Richard Weiss, and Scott Haigh with Sasha Makila conducting, July 27, 2011.

Marionettens Tanz (piano four hands)

Written for the Cleveland Composers Guild's annual Junior Concert; premiered at           the Cleveland Music School Settlement on April 25, 2010.


2008

Askelad and the Seven Silver Ducks (oboe+English horn & double bass: narration by both performers)

Commissioned by the Jerome Composers' Commissioning Project, American       Composers Forum, for the Vecchione-Erdahl Duo (Carrie Vecchione, oboe & English horn, Rolf Erdahl, double bass).  Premiered July 24, 2008 at the International Double Reed Society Convention, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

 


2007

Romans des Rois (oboe, horn, piano)

Commissioned by Richard King, Principal Horn, the Cleveland Orchestra.  Premiered November 9, 2008 by Richard King, horn, Danna Sundet, oboe, and Randall Fusco, piano at a panoramicos concert, Historic St. Peter Church, Cleveland. Published by Jeanne, Inc. 

(RECORDING AVAILABLE)

                 

Romanza (Violin and Piano)

Commissioned by Ken and Karen Conley in honor of Laurel School


2006

Imajik! (Flute + Piccolo, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, Percussion)

Commissioned by Kim Sherwin in honor of Laurel School.  Premiered December 5, 2010 at a Cleveland Composers Guild Concert

Casse-Tete (Woodwind Quintet)

Commissioned by Solaris Woodwind Quintet, (George Pope, flute; Cynthia Watson, oboe; Kristina Belisle, clarinet; Barrick Stees, bassoon; William Hoyt, French horn).

Solaris Woodwind Quintet

Premiered November 12, 2006 at Guzzetta Recital Hall, the University of Akron
Published by Jeanne, Inc.

Sinfonia for Choirs of Oboes and English horns
Commissioned by the family, friends, and former students of renowned oboist John Mack for premiere at his memorial concert, November 5, 2006 at Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, with 56 oboists and English hornists conducted by Steven Byess
Published by Jeanne, Inc. 

(RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Danses Ravissants (Flute, Oboe, Cello, Harp) or (Flute+Piccolo, Oboe, Viola, Harp)
Commissioned by Susan Royal, professor of flute, S.U.N.Y. Fredonia; and Danna Sundet, principal oboe, Erie Philharmonic
and professor of oboe, Kent State University, for "The New Lyric Flute" recording on the Centaur label. Premiered April 11, 2007 at Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, Ohio.
Twists of Fate (Piano Solo)
Premiered April 30, 2006 at the Cleveland Music School Settlement on a Cleveland Composers Guild concert.

2005
 
 
Bocadillos Iberianos (Bassoon and Piano)
 
Premiered by Barrick Stees and Randall Fusco February 19, 2012. 
Published by Trevco, Inc. (www.trevcopublishing.com) 

Bocadillos Iberianos (Double Bass and Piano)
Four movement descriptive work written for Scott Haigh.
Cortege d'antan (Oboe, English Horn, Organ)

Walters, Griebling-Haigh, Paukert

Commissioned by Karel Paukert. Premiere scheduled for March 11, 2007 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Cleveland Heights, Ohio with M. Griebling-Haigh, Robert Walters, English horn, and K. Paukert, organ. Published by Jeanne, Inc.


2004
 
Little Ironies (string quartet)

Premiered April 10, 2005 at the Cleveland Music School Settlement on a Cleveland Composers Guild concert.


2003

Trocadillos (Oboe, Bassoon, & Piano)                                                (RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Trocadillos Premiere

"Composer of the Year 2003 Award", Commissioned by Ohio Music Teachers Association. Premiered November 15, 2003 by Margi Griebling-Haigh, oboe; Barrick Stees, bassoon, & Randall Fusco, piano.  Work featured at the 2006 convention of the International Double Reed Society, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. (www.idrs.org)
Jeanne, Inc.

Hebert Variations (piccolo & piano)
(RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Commissioned by 16 Flutists including Mary Kay Ferguson, Mary Kay Fink, Jeffrey Khaner, and Martha Aarons. Premiered July 10, 2003 (private) and February 29, 2004 by Mary Kay Ferguson, piccolo & Mark George, piano. Required work for National Flute Association's August, 2004 Semi- Final Round Piccolo Competition, Nashville, Tennessee. Published by Musicalligraphics.
Published by Jeanne, Inc.

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!"


2002

Kajalamagee (Alto Saxophone, Viola, & Piano) (Alto Saxophone, Violin, & Piano)

Commissioned by violist Karen Griebling and saxophonist Jackie Lamar for premiere at the World Saxophone Congress, July 10, 2003. Included in the repertoire of The Cleveland Duo + James Umble and the Quorumensemble. Published by Jeanne, Inc.

La Bergere des Brises de Vallee (Oboe + English Horn, Flute + Piccolo, and Piano)
(RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Premiered April 14, 2002 at Kent State University by Danna Sundet, Mary Kay Ferguson, (commissioners) and Elizabeth De Mio. Included in repertoire of the Stones River Chamber Players, Nashville, Tennessee. Published by Jeanne, Inc.

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

Jeux des Jumeaux  (Piano 4-hands)

Premiered April 28, 2002 at the Cleveland Music School Settlement on a Cleveland Composers Guild concert. Commissioned by the Kulas Foundation.


2001

The Windrush Madrigals(Oboe, Clarinet, & Piano)
(RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Premiered November 6, 2002 Troldhaugen (Home of Edvard Grieg) Bergen, Norway by Valarie Anderson, oboe, John Anderson, clarinet, and Margo Garrett, piano. U.S. premiere April 5, 2004 University of Minnesota. Commissioned by Jeanne, Inc. Published by Jeanne, Inc
"Swans and Willows [mvt. 2] is a warm, sentimental, and reflective piece whose harmonies reminded me in no small way of Barber's 'Knoxville'... 
Expertly scored... supplied a most pleasant 19 minutes."  American Record Guide

The Queen's Gazette (Trumpet and Piano)

Premiere: April 29, 2001 at the Cleveland Music School Settlement on a Cleveland Composers Guild concert. Commissioned by the Kulas Foundation.


2000

Bocadillos Panoramicos(Viola & Piano)
(RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Premiered May 10, 2002 at Hendrix College, Conway, Ark. by the composer's sister, violist (and composer) Karen Griebling, with John Krebs, piano. Second Performance: September 8, 2002, by Lynn Ramsey, viola, & Joela Jones, piano. Was featured at the XXXII International Viola Congress in Minneapolis in June, 2004 with Lynne Ramsey, viola, & Kathryn Brown, piano. 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."

Bocadillos Floridianos(Oboe & Piano)                                             (RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Commissioned by John Mack, Principal Oboist of the Cleveland Orchestra. Premiered at the John Mack Oboe Camp June 9, 2000 with Elizabeth DeMio accompanying.  Published by Jeanne, Inc.

Robert J. Krause, The Double Reed: Vol. 29, No. 1
"A very attractive piece that is very well written for both the oboe and the piano.  Ms. Griebling-Haigh's compositional style and abilty to write music that really paintspictures is very noteworthy.  I highly recommend this alluring addition to the oboe repertoire.  It will make a great recital piece, both for the performer and the audience."
 
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."

Pentoccata (Solo Piano)

Premiered February 6, 2001 at a Fortnightly Musical Club Concert at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Commissioned by the Kulas Foundation.


1999

Voices from the Other Side (Soprano & 8 Celli)

Premiered at the College of Wooster January 19, 2000 by the Cleveland Institute of Music Cello. Ensemble with Andrea Bargabos, Soprano. Commissioned for the CIM Cello Ensemble by Richard Aaron.


1998

Cantilena (Eight Celli) 

Premiered April 28, 1999 at the Cleveland Instiute of Music by the C.I.M. Cello Ensemble. Included in the permanent repertoire of the Tarab Cello Ensemble, Rochester, N.Y. Commissioned for the CIM Cello Ensemble by Richard Aaron.

Coquin'arena (6 part Flute Choir)

Premiered April 26, 1998 at the Cleveland Music School Settlement by the flute choir, Flautrageous, on a Cleveland Composers Guild Concert. Commissioned by the Kulas Foundation.


1997

Vistas desde el Balcon(Violin, 'Cello, & Piano)
(RECORDING AVAILABLE)

Premiered October 11, 1998 on a Cleveland Composers Guild Concert by Michi Wiancko, violin, Clement Chow, cello, and Eric Charnofsky, piano.

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."


1995

Bocadillos (Violin and Piano)

One movement commissioned by the Cleveland Foundation and premiered on a Cleveland Composers Guild Concert by Evan Kleve and Charles Michelson in April, 1994. Remaining movements premiered by Beth Woodside and Nancy Maier at the Cleveland Institute of Music on a Cleveland Composers Guild Concert in February, 1995. Also performed by Gwen Starker Preucil and Nancy Maier (May, 1995), Terri Pontremoli and Anita Pontremoli (September, 1995), Stephen Rose and Joela Jones (March, 1998) and again with choreography by Karen Gabay at the Cleveland Museum of Art on June 26, 1998.

Roger Durbin, Akron West Side Leader
Cleveland Composers Guild-School of Cleveland San Jose Ballet Collaboration
Cleveland Museum of Art, June 24, 1998

"Gabay caught the emotional content of each section of Griebling-Haigh's work.  In the movements of the four female and one male dancer, we see emblems of fear, grief, and  flirtatious love. The collaborative result speaks well for both the artistry of Gabay and Griebling-Haigh."


1994

Histoire de Babar, le petit elephant (Narrator, Oboe/English horn or Bb Clarinet, Bass, Piano)

Premiered May 18, 1994 for a Tuesday Musical Club Concert: Margaret Griebling-Haigh, oboe & English horn, Scott Haigh, double bass, Denella Sing, piano, and Ursula Korneitschouk, narrator. Currently being performed in the schools as part of the Young Audiences program. Featured on Cleveland Orchestra Musical Rainbow Concerts, and at the International Society of Bassists 2001 Convention in Indianapolis.


1993

Two Bagatelles for Two Trumpets

Commissioned by the Cleveland Foundation and premiered in April, 1993 on a Cleveland Composers Guild Concert.


1991

Toccata (Solo Piano)

Birthday present for father, Stephen T. Griebling

Grand Fantasy Anniversary Waltz Thing (Two Pianos)

Anniversary present for parents Mary Ann and Stephen T. Griebling. Premiered August 18, 1997 on a Cleveland Composers Guild Concert by Spencer Myer and Coren Estrin Mino, pianists.


1987

Second Century Prelude  (Brass Quintet)

Second Place in Centennial Brass Quintet Competition, Tuesday Musical Club.


1984

Sonata for Double Bass and Piano

Premiered at the Juilliard School of Music in May, 1985. Also performed in November 1991, April 1992, and June 1997 by bassist Scott Haigh with Anne Epperson piano. The piece was featured at the International Society of Bassists Convention in June of 2001 with pianist Laura Silverman. Published in 2000 by Ludwin, Inc.

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."

From Huntsman, What Quarry? (Soprano, Clarinet, Viola, Harp)


1983

Collioure (English horn, Cello, & Piano)

Commissioned by the Huntingdon Trio (Philadelphia) and performed throughout the northeast U.S. in 1984 to 1987. Also included in the National Gallery of Art Festival of American Music in the Spring of 1986; broadcast nationally on NPR. Performed in 1991 revision on Cleveland Composers Guild concerts in November 1991 with Margaret Griebling-Haigh, E.H.; Dorothy Reichenberger, cello; Audrey Andrist, piano; and January 1997 by members of the Myriad  Ensemble. Published in September 2000 by Jeanne, Inc.

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."


1982

Espana (for Harp)

Birthday present for Grandmother Marthena Diver Rimmel.


1981

Six Preludes for Piano

Performed on a student recital at the Eastman School of Music, Spring 1981.


1979

Goldsmith's Pasticcio(Flute, Oboe, & 'Cello)

Commissioned by the Huntingdon Trio (Philadelphia) and performed throughtout the northeast U.S. in 1980-1982. Also included in the National Gallery of Art Festival of American Music in the Spring of 1981; broadcast nationally on NPR.

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."


1977

Five Questions for Woodwind Quintet

Two Inventions for Oboe and Clarinet


1974

Ode to an Amoeba  (Flute & Piano or Harp)

Written as an Extra-credit project for 9th grade Biology class!

Two Bagatelles (Bassoon & Oboe)

Broadcast Music Inc. Grant recipient in International Young Composers Contest.


1970

Undersea Odyssey (Solo Piano)

Broadcast Music Inc. runner-up in International Young Composers Contest.