R Mark Rogers
R. Mark Rogers (b. January 1955) is an American composer, arranger and conductor.
Dr. Rogers has degrees from Texas Tech University and the University of Texas.
As Director of Publications for Southern Music Company, he is the author of editions of the music of Percy Aldridge Grainger and John Philip Sousa that have entered band repertory worldwide. He is also widely published as an arranger and transcriber, with performances by all five of the Washington, D.C service bands.
Dr. Rogers is on the adjunct faculty of San Antonio College, Texas Lutheran University, and Trinity University. Prior to coming to San Antonio, Dr. Rogers was on the faculty of the University of South Alabama and a staff member of the University of Texas Longhorn Band. He has guest conducted numerous community and professional bands, regional honor bands and orchestras, and is an active clinician for area high school and middle school bands and orchestras.
A bassoonist, he performs with the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra, the Victoria Symphony Orchestra, the Laredo Philharmonic, the Mid-Texas Symphony, the Austin Symphony Orchestra and the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra.
He is the conductor of the Heart of Texas Concert band in San Antonio.
Works for Winds
- At the Movies (as arranger) (1922)
- Carmen Fantaisie for Flute and Band (as arranger, with Arthur Ephross) (1987/1998)
- Carol of the Drum (as editor) (1941/1959)
- Charlatan, The: Waltzes (as editor)
- Children's March (as reviser) (1919/1995)
- Choral No 2 for Organ (as editor; scored Grainger) (1890/1941/20--?)
- Christmas March (as arranger) (1940/)
- Colonial Song (as editor) (1919/1997)
- Concert Fantasia on Motives from Verdi's Opera "Rigoletto" (as editor; arr. Laurendeau) (1901/1997)
- Concerto for Horn (as transcriber) (1951)
- Concerto for Tuba (as transcriber) (1996)
- Cuban Overture (as arranger) (1933/2001)
- Danzón Cubano (as transcriber) (1949/2000)
- Diversion (as editor) (1943/2015)
- Dream of a Witches' Sabbath from "Symphonie Fantastique" (as arranger) (1830/1995)
- Easter Monday on the White House Lawn (as arranger) (1911/1928/2000)
- English Waltz (as transcriber) (1899-1901/1940-1947/1999)
- Fireworks, Op 4 (as transcriber) (1908)
- First Suite in F (as arranger ) (1997)
- Gesù Bambino (as arranger) (2017)
- Gumsucker's March (as arranger) (1914/1942/1996)
- Hill Song No. 1 (as adapter) (1901/1922/1923/1997)
- Hoe Down from "Rodeo" (as transcriber)
- I Left my Heart in San Francisco (trans. Reed; as editor) (1954/1963)
- Introduction and Variations on "The Carnival of Venice" (arr. Hemke) (c. 1860/1986/2005)
- Irish Tune from County Derry (as editor) (1918/1994)
- The Last Days of Pompeii (as editor) (1893/1912/2010)
- March of the Toys (as editor; arr. Clarke) (1903/1999)
- March to the Scaffold from "Symphonie Fantastique" (as transcriber) (1830/1995)
- Moldau, The (as reviser; arr. Cacavas) (1874/1999)
- Oklahoma! (as adapter; arr. Bennetts) (1943/1997)
- The Old Sore-Head (as arranger)
- Overture to "La Forza del Destino" (as arranger) (1862/1980)
- Rustic Dance (as arranger) (1899/1950/2010)
- Shepherd's Hey (as editor) (1918/1994)
- South Pacific Symphonic Scenario (as arranger, with Bennett) (1949/1999)
- Symphony No. 5, Mvmt IV (as transcriber) (1937/2003)
- Tales of a Traveler (as arranger) (1912/1999)
- Theme from "Lawrence of Arabia" (as editor; arr. Reed)
- Three Quotations (as arranger) (1895/1997)
- Turandot (as transcriber) (1905/2017)