Henry Wolking Jr.
Henry Clifford Wolking, Jr. (b. 20 May 1948, Orlando, Fla.) is an American composer, trombonist, conductor, teacher, and author.
Mr. Wolking studied at the Berklee College of Music, the University of Florida, and North Texas State University. He was trombone soloist with the University of Florida Bands and numerous rock and jazz groups.
In 1972, he began his teaching career as head of the jazz area at the University of Utah, a position which he held for almost forty years. He retired in 2011 and is a University Professor Emeritus of Music.
He is the recipient of a 2018 School of Music Camerata Award celebrating the contributions of musicians and patrons of the arts to the University of Utah and broader Salt Lake City community. He maintains a busy schedule of writing and arranging for classical and jazz groups.
Works for Winds
- Battle Musings (2003)
- Concerto for Trombone and Band
- Forests (2004)
- Timepieces (1972)
- Two Movements (1973)
- "Henry Wolking." School of Music, University of Utah. Web. Accessed 17 June 2020
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Henry Wolking Jr.." Accessed 17 June 202