About this eJournal
Composers are invited to share compositions written for chamber orchestra. Chamber orchestra, for the purpose of this eJournal, is defined as a maximum of single woodwinds (no more than 4 players), single brass including tuba (no more than four players), harp, timpani, percussion, keyboard, and strings. Instrumental or vocal soloists, as well as electronic sound may also be included. This eJournal provides an opportunity for composers to post to a single site where other compositions for similar configuration are also available. Compositions should be submitted in PDF. If a recording of the composition is available, please provide a URL on the first page of the PDF that links to the location. The copyright of the composition rests with the composer, and SSRN will not monitor usage or performance of the work. Prospective performers are encouraged to contact the composer directly.
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MRCN SUBJECT MATTER EJOURNALS
ANDRE DE QUADROS
Boston University - School of Music
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Compositions for Chamber Orchestra eJournal
JANET R. BARRETT
Professor of Music Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Carroll and Milton Petrie Professor of Music, New York University (NYU) - Department of Music
Artistic Director and Founder, VocalEssence, Vice President, International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM)
Professor of Music, Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Boston University
SUSAN WHARTON CONKLING
Professor of Music, Chair, Department of Music Education, Boston University - School of Music
Lecturer, University of Massachusetts Boston; Visiting Scholar, Phillips Academy
BETTY ANNE YOUNKER
Professor of Music, Music Education, Dean, Don Wright Faculty of Music - University of Western Ontario