|M315–M319||Piano and two wind instruments|
|M320–M324||Piano, one stringed, and one wind instrument|
|M335–M339||Piano, one wind, and one plucked instrument|
|M355||Collections (both original and arranged works)|
|M356||Original works: Collections|
|M357||Original works: Separate -- General (woodwinds and brass)|
|M357.4||Original works: Separate -- Brass only|
|M359||Arrangements: Separate works|
|M375–M379||Wind and plucked instruments|
|M380–M384||Stringed, wind, and plucked instruments|
|M400–M409||Organ or reed organ and three other instruments|
|M415–M419||Piano and three wind instruments|
|M435–M439||Piano and three wind and plucked instruments|
|M440–M444||Piano and three stringed, wind, and plucked instruments|
|M455||Wind instruments only: Collections (both original and arranged works)|
|M456||Original works: Collections|
|M457||Original works: Separate -- General (woodwinds and brass)|
|M457.4||Original works: Separate -- Brass only|
|M459||Arrangements: Separate works|
|M460–M464||Stringed and wind instruments|
|M480–M484||Wind and plucked instruments|
|M480–M484||Stringed, wind, and plucked instruments|
Quintets, sextets, septets, octets, and nonets follow similar patterns (in the M500s, 600s, 700s, 800s, and 900s, respectively).For more details, see M: Music and Books on Music, available at the reference desk or at the index table in the reference section (Z696 .U5 M 1998).
Not all brass music in the Cook Music Library is out on the shelf.Please consult IUCAT to find information about music that is checked out or in the Frontlog.
(for subject searches in IUCAT or WorldCat)
trios [instruments], e.g. trios (piano, trumpet, trombone); trios (piano, horns (2)); etc
brass trios [instruments], e.g. (euphoniums (3)); (euphoniums (2), tuba); etc.
suites (horn, trombone, trumpet); etc.
wind trios (bassoon, horns (2)); etc.
|Quartets:|| brass quartets [instruments], e.g. (horn, trombone, trumpets (2)); etc.
wind quartets (clarinets (2), horns (2)); etc.
|Quintets:||brass quintets [instruments], e.g. (horn, trombone, trumpets(2), tuba); etc.|
Similar patterns for sextets, septets, octets, and nonets.
Anderson, Paul G., comp. Brass Ensemble Music Guide. Evanston, IL: Instrumentalist Co., 1978. Ref. ML128 .W5 A58
Anderson, Paul G., and Lisa Ormston Bontrager, comp. Brass Music Guide: Ensemble Music in Print. Northfield, IL: Instrumentalist Co., 1987.Ref. ML128 .W5 A59
Andraud, Albert J. Catalogue of Chamber Music for Woodwind and Brass Instruments, Methods, Studies, etc. Ref. ML128 .C4 A55
Baer, Douglas Milton.“The Brass Trio: A Comparative Analysis of Works Published from 1924 to 1970.”Ph.D. diss., Florida State University, 1970.Film ML 1196.
Decker, Richard G., comp. A Bibliography of Music for Three Heterogeneous Brass Instruments Alone and in Chamber Ensembles. Oneonta, NY: Swift-Dorr Publications, 1976. Ref. ML128 .W5 D4
Shoemaker, John R.“A Selected and Annotated Listing of 20th Century Ensembles Published for Three or More Heterogeneous Brass Instruments.” Ed.D. diss., Washington University, 1968.Film ML 839.
Selected Internet Resources