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Jeff Smallman

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Jeff Smallman


Jeff Smallman (b. 1965, Brantford, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian composer and educator.

Mr. Smallman attended the University of Western Ontario and, in 1987, graduated with an honours degree in Theory and Composition, studying with Alan Heard and Gerhard Wuensch, and discovering many different influences from as early as the Medieval period. His style tends to be a blend of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Impressionist styles.

Jeff has written for a wide variety of ensembles, ranging from solo instruments to full orchestra, covering a range of styles and difficulty levels, and have received numerous commissions for orchestra, concert band, solo instrument, chamber groups, and choirs of various sizes. His trumpet sextet, Fanfare for Prince Henry, was written in celebration of the birth of Prince Henry of Britain, and was accepted by the Princess of Wales in 1984.

His compositions have been performed throughout Canada, and in the United States, Hungary, Holland, Lithuania, Finland, South Korea, England, Wales, Poland, and China.

Mr. Smallman has been a Lecturer in the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario, and since 2004, have served as composer-in-residence for the Woodstock Fanshawe Singers.

Works for Winds

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  • Cubano (Flex instrumentation) (1999/2008)

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