Herbert Brün: Compositions

Opus          Title (Year)

1      Five Pieces for Piano (1945)
2      Concertino for Orchestra (1947)
        ESCO Foundation Award
3      Poem for String Quartet and Voices (1947)
        ESCO Foundation Award
4      Sonatina for Violin Solo (1948)
5      American Minuet for Windquintet (1948)
        and arrangement for piano (1948)
6      Sonatina for Flute Solo (1948)
7      The Student and the Nightingale, ballet (1949)
8      Ouverture (dedicated to Chaim Weizmann) (1949)
        commissioned by Leonard Bernstein
9      Nia Nua (folk dance) for small orchestra (1949)
        and arrangement for piano (1949)
10     Rondo for Military Band (1950)
         and arrangement for piano
11     To En Gev, song (1950) alto voice, keyboard
12     Sonatina for Viola Solo (1950)
13     Vacation, ballet (1951)
14     no.1 Prelude for Piano (1951)
         no.2 Lament for Piano (1951)
15     Queen of Sheba, musical (1951)
16     Sonata for Piano (1951)
17     Letters to Shulamit (piano pieces for children) (1952)
18     String Quartet No.1 (1952)
19     Fanfare (opening of concert hall, Em Geb) (1953)
20     Sonatina for Bassoon Solo (1953)
21     Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon (1953)
22     Music for Theater
23     String Quartet No.2 (1957)
24     Suite Variable for Harpsichord (1957)
         commissioned by Frank Pelleg
25     Anepigraphe (1958) two-channel tape - produced in
         electronic studio, WDR, koln, Germany
26     Mobile for Orchestra (1958) - commissioned by
         Palermo Festival
27     String Quartet No.3 (1961) - commissioned by the
         LaSalle String Quartet
28     Klange unterwegs (Wayfaring Sounds) (1962)
         two-channel tape - commissioned by Bavarian Radio,
         produced in electronic studio, Siemens, Germany
29     Non Sequitur III (1963 )
30     Futility 1964 (1964) two-channel tape - produced in
         electronic studio, University of Illinois
31     Gestures for Eleven (1964) for chamber ensemble
32     Sonoriferous Loops (1964) for chamber ensemble and two-channel tape
         realized with help of computers IBM 7694, IBM 1401, and CSX-1
         in Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois
33     Trio for Flute, Double-Bass and Percussion (1964)
34     Gesto for Piccolo and Piano (1965) - commissioned by Severino Gazzeloni
35     Non Sequitur VI (1966) for chamber ensemble and two-channel tape
         commissionedby Radio Bremen, realized with help of computers IBM 7094
         and Illiac II in Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois
36     Trio for Trumpet, Trombone and Percussion (1966)
37     no.1 Plot for Percussion (1967) for percussion solo
         no.2 Touch and Go (1967) for percussion solo
         no.3 Stalks and Trees and Drops and Clouds (1967) for percussion solo
         realized with help of computer IBM 7094, drawn by the CALCOMP plotter
38     Infraudibles (1968) two-channel tape
         Infraudibles with quintet (1968) for chamber ensemble and two-channel tape
39     Mutatis Mutandis (1965) graphics for interpreters
40     Nonet (1969) for chamber ensemble - commissioned by Marianne Brün
41     six for five by two in pieces (1971) for chamber ensemble
42     Piece of Prose (1972) two-channel tape - commissioned by Polish Radio,
         produced in electronic studio, Warsaw, Poland
43     "at loose ends: (1974) for chamber ensemble
44     In and... and Out (1974) for chamber ensemble - commissioned by
         Contemporary Chamber Players of the University of Illinois
45     Dust (1976) (SAWDUST Nr. 1) four-channel or two-channel tape
46     More Dust (1977) (SAWDUST Nr. 2) four-channel or two-channel tape
         More Dust with Percussion (1977) percussion trio and four-channel
          or two-channel tape
47     'per contra: serenata: bassa' (1977) for double bass solo - International
          Society of Bassists' award
48     Dustiny (1978) (SAWDUST Nr. 3) four-channel or two-channel tape
49     A Mere Ripple (1979) (SAWDUST Nr. 4) four-channel or two-channel tape