Karel Husa - Compositions - Chamber


Date Czech Title English Title Remarks
1943 Smyčcový kvartet "0" String Quartet "0" Op.2
1945 Suita pro violu a klavír Suite for Viola and Piano Op.5
1945 Sonatina pro housle a klavír Sonatina for Violin and Piano Op.6; also for flute and piano
1948 Smyčcový kvartet č.1 String Quartet No.1 Op.8
1951 Slovenské evokace Évocations de Slovaquie (Evocations of Slovakia) for clarinet, viola and cello
1953 Smyčcový kvartet č.2 String Quartet No.2
1963 Serenáda pro dechový kvintet a klavír Serenade for wind quintet and piano
1966 Deux Préludes (Two Preludes) for flute, clarinet and bassoon
1968 Smyčcový kvartet č.3 String Quartet No.3 winner of the 1969 Pulitzer Prize for Music
1968 Divertimento pro žesťový kvintet Divertimento for brass quintet and optional percussion;
expansion of movements from the Eight Czech Duets (1955)
1976 Drum Ceremony for 5 percussionists from American Te Deum
1977 Krajinomalby pro žesťový kvintet Landscapes for brass quintet commissioned by Western Brass Quintet
1978 Sonáta pro housle a klavír Sonata for Violin and Piano
1979 Tři taneční skici pro bicí nástroje Three Dance Sketches for Percussion 4 or more performers
1981 Sonata à tre Sonata à tre for violin, clarinet and piano
1982 Vzpomínky pro dechové kvinteto a klavír Recollections for woodwind quintet and piano
1984 Variace pro housle, violu, violoncello a klavír Variations for piano quartet
1984 Intrada pro žesťový kvintet Intrada for brass quintet
1990 Smyčcový kvartet č.4 String Quartet No.4 "Poems"
1991 Cayuga Lake (Memories) for string, woodwind and brass quartets, piano and percussion
1992 Tubafest Celebration for tuba quartet
1994 Five Poems for woodwind quintet
1997 Postcard from Home for alto saxophone and piano
2003 "Sonatina" for flute and piano transcription of "Sonatina" for violin and piano, Op. 6
2008 Three Studies for solo clarinet commissioned for 60th anniversary of "Prague Spring Festival" and dedicated to Jiří Hlaváč on his 60th birthday

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