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SATB: with Oboe and piano

Wow! A lot of you like the oboe! Besides the wonderful response, the big
surprise to me was the lack of pieces outside of the twentieth century; I
expected at least something from the Baroque but our favorites tended to
belong to our own time. Effinger and Chatman got the most votes so I think
I'll start there. Thanks to all who sent me their lists. I got so many
responses, that a synopsis will have to do:

Brunner, David: Earthsongs (2pt, finger cymbals incl.)
Chatman, Stephen: There is sweet music Here (four movements - no piano)
Convery, Robert: Requiem lullaby in the time of AIDS (Soprano solo incl.)
Effinger, Cecil: Four Pastorales (no piano)
Ellingboe, Bradley: Love consecrates the humblest Act
Liebergen, Patrick: Feed me Lord
MacGillivray, Allister / arr. Stuart Calvert: Song for the Mira
McCray (?): A Child Said (treb. chorus)
Mullholland: Banks O Doon
Pelz, Walter: Show me thy Ways (oboe & classical guitar)
Pierce, Brent: How still he Rests (no piano)
Riehle: Shenadoah (flute, oboe, bassoon, piano - also SSA or TTBB)
Rutter: The Lord is my Shepherd
Stroope: Passage
White, David Ashley: Amazing Grace

Also, Wallace De Pue highly recommends "Red Cloud's Prayer" (for recorder or
flute and drum rattles but with oboe instead) and Gladden Music recommended
their own "This is my Father's World."

Please address any addendums to the list in general as I've now got a lot of
shopping and research to do. Thanks again!

M. Gray