Daniel Bukvich (b. 1954, Butte, Montana) has taught at the University of Idaho since 1976. He teaches percussion, freshman music theory and ear training, composition and jazz choirs. Bukvich holds the Master of Music degree in composition and arranging from the University of Idaho.
He travels throughout the United States and Canada as a guest composer, conductor, and percussionist in concerts with professional, college, high school, and grade school bands, orchestras, choirs, honor and all-state groups and has been known to appear at similar events in Europe and East Asia. His musical compositions and arrangements are performed by orchestras, choirs, bands, soloists, chamber groups and jazz groups around the world.
Works for Winds
- 12873465 (2004)
- Agincourt Hymn (1987)
- Ballroom Portraits
- Before Thy Throne I Now Appear
- Buffalo Jump Ritual
- Casco Bay
- Celebrate Celebration
- Changing Concepts
- Child's Dream of a Star, A
- Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestral Winds
- Dinosaurs (1991)
- Dream of Abraham, The
- Electricity (1997)
- Fanfare for 1990 Goodwill Games
- Fanfare for a Great Circle
- Fanfare in Song Form
- Four Phrases from Psalm 91
- The Haunted Mine (2010)
- Hymn of St. Francis
- In Memoriam, Dresden, 1945. See: Symphony No. 1, "In Memoriam, Dresden, 1945"
- Jack Teagarden Enters Heaven (1997)
- Maine Vigils
- March of the Children's Guard (1997)
- Meditations on the Writings of Vasily Kandinsky
- Music for Percussion and Band
- Night City - Music for the Imaginary Film
- Scenes from Childhood (Bukvich)
- Song Suite for Band
- Surprise, Pattern, Illusion: Prehistoric Cave Ceremonies
- Symphony No. 1, "In Memoriam, Dresden, 1945"
- Three Phrases from Yugoslav Folk Songs
- Threnos (2000)
- Time Travel (1997)
- Unusual Behavior in Ceremonies Involving Drums
- Virgin and Child with St Anne, The
- Voodoo (1984)
- Xylophone Concerto
- Daniel Bukvich website
- Daniel Bukvich, Wikipedia Accessed 22 April 2019
- Johnson, Luke D. (2008). An examination of the works of Mother Earth by David Maslanka, English Folk Song Suite by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Symphony #1 In Memoriam Dresden – 1945 by Daniel Bukvich, and Concertino for B[flat clarinet by Carl Maria Von Weber, OP. 26/arranged by M.L. Lake]. [Master's Thesis].
- Miles, Richard B. 2000. Teaching Music Through Performance in Band. Volume 3. Chicago: GIA Publications. pp. 146.