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Siegessinfonie by Ludwig van Beethoven, modern edition for wind ensemble by David Whitwell. The original band composition survives in a presentation copy by Beethoven’s copyist, with the composer’s corrections and a title page entirely in his hand.
Begräbnisgesang, Op. 13, by Johannes Brahms, modern edition for chorus and wind ensemble by David Whitwell. Clara Schumann said of this composition that it was “most glorious.”
Armonia di media difficulta, Concert Piece of Medium Difficulty by Luigi Ferdinando Casamorata (1807–1881), modern edition by David Whitwell (1937–).
Symphony No. 100, "Military", II. Allegretto, by Joseph Haydn, modern edition for wind ensemble by David Whitwell. The arrangement of the second movement for band by the composer himself was done on English paper and surfaced during the 1980s in a private collection in Sweden.
Domine Salvum Fac Regem by Franz Liszt, modern edition for voices and wind ensemble by David Whitwell. "God save the king! Answer us when we call."
Biem Abschied zu singen, Op. 84, by Robert Schumann, modern edition for voices and wind ensemble by David Whitwell: a warm and passionate composition which swelled from the composer’s heart.
Chant de la Bataille d'Austerlitz (c. 1805) by Pedro Étienne Solère, modern edition for wind ensemble by Craig Dabelstein.Available as part of Maxime's Music's series of compositions inspired by Napoleon.
Six Fantasies: Greetings from Afar by André Spaeth, modern edition by David Whitwell. Based on six original songs composed by Prince Albert, Consort to Queen Victoria.
E.T.A. Hoffman said that Spontini's work, Grosser Sieges- Und Festmarsch, had "fiery energy and deep feeling and that the unexpected entry of God Save the King gave it splendid brilliance."
Prelude to the Fighting and to the Victory on the Field of Mars by Gaspare Spontini, modern edition for wind ensemble by David Whitwell.
Three fanfares for four trumpets and timpani, composed by Wagner for the "K. Bayr 6 Chevaulegers-Regiment".
March in C by Carl Maria von Weber, modern edition by David Whitwell.