Alexandre Fedorovitch Goedicke (7 March 1877, Moscow - 9 July 1957, Moscow) was a Russian composer and pianist of German ancestry. He studied at the Moscow Conservatory. In 1900, he was awarded the Rubenstein Prize for his Konzertstück. He served on the faculty of the Moscow Conservatory for several years. Goedicke was the composer of three symphonies, several other orchestral works, two cantatas, and a variety of instrumental and vocal works. He also made numerous arrangements and transcriptions of the works of other composers.
Works for Winds
- Concert Etude, Op 49 (arr. Marlatt) (1948/2009)
- Concert March in B Minor (1933)
- Concerto, Op 41
- Four Marches, Op 42 (1933)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Alexander Goedicke." Accessed 3 November 2014