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Classical Editor: Rob Barnett

RIEGGER, Wallingford
b Albany, Georgia, 29 April 1885
d New York, 2 April 1961, aged seventy-five

His mother was a pianist and his father a violinist, and he began his early studies at horn e. In 1900 he studied cello and theory in New York, and in 1907 went to Berlin to the Hochschule. He returned to the USA in 1917 to teach theory and cello.

1919 (34)

Piano Trio

1926 (41)

Rhapsody for orchestra

Study in Sonority, for ten instruments

1929 (44)

Suite for flute

1930 (45)

Fantasy and Fugue for organ and orchestra

1931 (46)

Dichotomy, for chamber orchestra

Canons for woodwind

1932 (47)

Scherzo for orchestra

1933 (48)

Divertissement, for flute, harp and cello

1935 (S0)

New Dance, for orchestra

1936 (51)

Music for voice and flute

1938-9 (53-4)

String Quartet No 1

1941 (56)

Canon and Fugue for strings or orchestra

1942 (57)

Passacaglia and Fugue for band or orchestra

1943 (58)

Duos for three woodwind

1946 7 (61-2)

Symphony No 2

1947 (62)

Sonatina for violin and piano

1948 (63)

String Quartet No 2

Music for brass choir

1951 (66)

In Certainty of Song, cantata

Nonet for brass

Piano Quintet

1952 (67)

Woodwind Quintet

Concerto for piano and wind quintet

1953 (68)

Variations for piano and orchestra

1954 (69)

Suite for Younger Orchestra

1955 (70)

Dance Rhythms, orchestra

1956 (71)

Variations for violin and viola

1957 (72)

Movement, for two trumpets, trombone and piano

Symphony No 3

Festival Overture

1959 (74)

Variations for violin and orchestra

Quintuple Jazz, for ensemble

Sinfonietta for orchestra

1960 (75)

Introduction and Fugue for cello and wind

Duo for piano and orchestra

Riegger composed other choral and piano works, songs and dance pieces

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