New Adaptable (Flex) Ensemble Music

In an effort to meet the needs of ensembles seeking flexible music for these uncertain times, Jim has created the following Adaptable (Flex) Ensemble scores.
He has created multi-level works for those middle-school, high-school, university, professional  orchestras/bands looking for music at the appropriate level.
Furthermore, he has created what he calls “Flextets” – chamber music that can be played by small groups of any instrument combination, or by an entire ensemble. Please see a current list of new works below.

Jim has been commissioned/premiered by the Chicago Symphony (Muti), Minnesota Orchestra (Vänskä), St. Louis Symphony (Robertson), San Francisco Ballet (West), the “President’s Own” US Marine Band. His Trumpet concerto #3 – “Concerto for Hope” – was recently recorded by the Memphis Symphony, with Ryan Anthony as soloist and Robert Moody conducting; he is currently writing a piano concerto, guitar concerto, and chamber opera.

JUST ADDED!  MAY THE ROAD RISE TO MEET YOU
ALSO WITH STRINGS AND SATB CHORUS
Grade 3.5
also includes chamber group settings for woodwind quintet, saxophone quartet,
brass quintet, trombone quartet, string quartet/orchestra, and solo versions w/ piano

NEW! FANFARE FOR AN ANGEL
NOW WITH 5 STRING PARTS.
Grade 4.5 +: Five-part Adaptable Band, + opt. percussion. 3′

NEW! UBI CARITAS
NOW WITH 5 STRING PARTS.
Grade 3: Five-part Adaptable Band, + 2 solo instruments, or voices. 3′

LOOP D LOOP
Grade 4: Five-part Adaptable Band + opt. percussion. 4.5′ or 6.5′
(adaptable length as well) NOW WITH 5 STRING PARTS.

NO THING CAN DIE AS OTHERS DO
Grade 2.5: Five-part Adaptable Band. 3′

FIESTA!
Grade 3: Two-part “Flextet” or Adaptable Band, + opt. percussion. 3′

2/2 TANGO
Grade 3: Five-part Adaptable Band + opt. percussion. 3′

REFLECTIONS
Grade 3: Three-part “Flextet” or Adaptable Band + opt. percussion. 4′

NEW! HOLIDAY CAROL MEDLEY
Grade 3.5 +: Five-part Adaptable Band. 6′

Other chamber works of Jim Stephenson.

Complete list of wind ensemble works.

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