P.D.Q. Bach

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legal name:Peter Schickele (composer)
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Wikidata:Q1190508 [info]

Appearances

DateTitle
composed
“Erotica” Variations for banned instruments and piano
“Erotica” Variations for banned instruments and piano: Theme: Windbreaker
“Erotica” Variations for banned instruments and piano: Variation Ⅰ: Balloons
“Erotica” Variations for banned instruments and piano: Variation Ⅱ: Slide Whistle
“Erotica” Variations for banned instruments and piano: Variation Ⅲ: Slide Windbreaker
“Erotica” Variations for banned instruments and piano: Variation Ⅳ: Lasso D’Amore
“Erotica” Variations for banned instruments and piano: Variation Ⅴ: Foghorn, Bell, Kazoo, Gargle
1712 Overture, S. 1712
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Aria (“Running knows.”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Aria (“As Hyperion…”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Ground (“Dying, …”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Recitative (“And in a vision…”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Recitative (“And lo, …”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Trumpet Involuntary
Capriccio "La Pucelle de New Orleans" (The Maid of New Orleans), S. under 18
Concerto for Horn and Hardart
Concerto for Horn and Hardart: Allegro
Concerto for Horn and Hardart: Menuetto con panna e zucchero
Concerto for Horn and Hardart: Tema con variazione
Divers Ayres on Sundrie Notions
Divers Ayres on Sundrie Notions: “Do You Suffer?”
Divers Ayres on Sundrie Notions: “If You Have Never”
Divers Ayres on Sundrie Notions: Sinfonia
Echo Sonata for Two Unfriendly Groups of Instruments
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “Et expecto”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “I am a quaint old innkeeper”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “I hope you’ll take this friendly advice”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “I’m the village idiot”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “Like a lonely pilgrim”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “My name is Hansel Hunter”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “Teddy Nice is my name”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “There’s something about a monk”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Duet: “Do you love me?”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Duet: “Jump not to conclusions”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Finale: “Just tell me what your name is”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Interlude: Medical examination
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Overture
Minuet Militaire, S. 1A
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Aria: “Open sesame seeds”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Chorale: “By the leeks of Babylon / There we sat down, yea, we wept”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Chorus with Soloists: “To curry favor, favor curry”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Chorus: “Tarragon of virtue is full”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Duet: “Bide thy thyme”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Duet: “Summer is a cumin seed”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Fugue for Orchestra
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “And there were in the same country”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “So saying”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “Then asked he”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “Then she gave in”
Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle, and Balloons
Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle, and Balloons: Minaret and Trio
Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle, and Balloons: Presto Changio
Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle, and Balloons: Romanze I (Chi Largo)
Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle, and Balloons: Romanze II (Adagio Sereno)
Prelude to "Einstein on the Fritz", S. e=mt²
Schleptet in E-flat major
Schleptet in E-flat major: Adagio saccharino
Schleptet in E-flat major: Larghissimo—Allegro boffo
Schleptet in E-flat major: Menuetto con brio ma senza trio
Schleptet in E-flat major: Presto hey nonny nonnio
Schleptet in E-flat major: Yehudi menuetto
Sinfonia Concertante
Sinfonia Concertante: Andante senza moto
Sinfonia Concertante: Presto nicht schleppend
Sinfonia Concertante: Sehr unruhig mit Schmalz
The “Sanka” Cantata
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Golly golly oh
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Jane, my Jane
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Loving is as easy
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Nelly is a nice girl
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Please, kind sir
The Preachers of Crimetheus, Ballet in One Selfless Act, S. 988
The Preachers of Crimetheus, Ballet in One Selfless Act, S. 988: I. Prologue: Bottomless Sorrow - Topless Gaiety
The Preachers of Crimetheus, Ballet in One Selfless Act, S. 988: II. The Lamentations of Jerry Maja
The Preachers of Crimetheus, Ballet in One Selfless Act, S. 988: III. Finale: Special Deliverance
The Stoned Guest
The Stoned Guest: Aria: “Let’s face it—I’m lost”
The Stoned Guest: Aria: “Look at me”
The Stoned Guest: Aria: “Now is the season”
The Stoned Guest: Duet: “Woe”
The Stoned Guest: Finale: “O saviour”
The Stoned Guest: Overture
The Stoned Guest: Quartet: “Don Octave”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “Boy!”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “Gesundheit!”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “Hark!”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “I hate to interrupt”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “That’s the end”
The Stoned Guest: Trio: “I’m sure I’d be”
The Triumphs of Thusnelda
The Triumphs of Thusnelda: “My bonnie lass she smelleth”
The Triumphs of Thusnelda: “The queen to me a royal pain doth give”
Toot Suite for calliope four hands
Toot Suite for calliope four hands: Fugue in C minor
Toot Suite for calliope four hands: The O.K. Chorale
Traumarei for Unaccompanied Piano
lyrics
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Aria (“Running knows.”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Aria (“As Hyperion…”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Ground (“Dying, …”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Recitative (“And in a vision…”)
Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn: Recitative (“And lo, …”)
Divers Ayres on Sundrie Notions
Divers Ayres on Sundrie Notions: “Do You Suffer?”
Divers Ayres on Sundrie Notions: “If You Have Never”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “Et expecto”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “I am a quaint old innkeeper”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “I hope you’ll take this friendly advice”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “I’m the village idiot”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “Like a lonely pilgrim”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “My name is Hansel Hunter”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “Teddy Nice is my name”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Aria: “There’s something about a monk”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Duet: “Do you love me?”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Duet: “Jump not to conclusions”
Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice: Finale: “Just tell me what your name is”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Aria: “Open sesame seeds”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Chorale: “By the leeks of Babylon / There we sat down, yea, we wept”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Chorus with Soloists: “To curry favor, favor curry”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Chorus: “Tarragon of virtue is full”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Duet: “Bide thy thyme”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Duet: “Summer is a cumin seed”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “And there were in the same country”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “So saying”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “Then asked he”
Oratorio: “The Seasonings”: Recitative: “Then she gave in”
The “Sanka” Cantata
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Golly golly oh
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Jane, my Jane
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Loving is as easy
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Nelly is a nice girl
The Art of the Ground Round for three baritones and discontinuo: Please, kind sir
The Stoned Guest
The Stoned Guest: Aria: “Let’s face it—I’m lost”
The Stoned Guest: Aria: “Look at me”
The Stoned Guest: Aria: “Now is the season”
The Stoned Guest: Duet: “Woe”
The Stoned Guest: Finale: “O saviour”
The Stoned Guest: Quartet: “Don Octave”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “Boy!”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “Gesundheit!”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “Hark!”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “I hate to interrupt”
The Stoned Guest: Recitative: “That’s the end”
The Stoned Guest: Trio: “I’m sure I’d be”
The Triumphs of Thusnelda
The Triumphs of Thusnelda: “My bonnie lass she smelleth”
The Triumphs of Thusnelda: “The queen to me a royal pain doth give”
previous attribution
'Listen Here, Tyrannosaurus Rex'
"Dutch" Suite, S. -16: I. Mr. Minuit's Minuet (feat. bassoon: David McGill, tuba: Ronald Bishop)
"Dutch" Suite, S. -16: II. Panther Dance (feat. bassoon: David McGill, tuba: Ronald Bishop)
"Dutch" Suite, S. -16: III. Dance of the Grand Dams (feat. bassoon: David McGill, tuba: Ronald Bishop)
"Dutch" Suite, S. -16: IV. The Lowland Fling (feat. bassoon: David McGill, tuba: Ronald Bishop)
1712 Overture, S. 1712
Classical Rap (S.1-2-3)
Closing
Cyndi (Two Songs #2)
D'Indy's Turkey (Two Rounds #2)
Das kleines Birdie
Der Cowboykönig
Door Prize Scene / Fanfare for Fred
Enough Already
Es war ein dark und shtormy Night
Four Folk Song Upsettings (S.4): Little Bunny Hop Hop Hop
Funeral Oration From "Julius Caesar"
Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion, S. 1000: I. Grand Entrance
Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion, S. 1000: II. Simply Grand Minuet
Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion, S. 1000: III. Romance in the Grand Manner
Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion, S. 1000: IV. Rondo Mucho Grando
Gretchen am Spincycle
Hamlet's Soliloquy
Heidi McKinley (Two Rounds #1)
If Love Is Real (Two Songs #1)
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction to "Listen Here, Tyrannosaurus Rex"
Introduction to "The Moose"
Introduction to Cyndi
Introduction to D'Indy's Turkey
Introduction to Four Next-to-Last Songs
Introduction to O Serpent
Introduction to Songs From Shakespeare
Introduction to Two PDQ Bach Rounds
Introduction: Classical Rap
Introduction: Four Folk Song Upsettings
Introduction: Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Wind and Percussion
Introduction: Love Me
Introduction: Minuet Militaire
Introduction: Oedipus Tex
Introduction: The Musical Sacrifice
Introduction: The Short-Tempered Clavier
Juliet's Soliloquy
Last Tango in Beyreuth (feat. Tennessee Bassoon Quartet)
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: Farewell, Ungrateful Traitor
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: Interlude
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: It Was a Lover and His Lass
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: Song to Celia
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: The Constant Lover
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: To His Coy Mistress
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: Who Is Silvia?
Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus and Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4: Why So Pale and Wan Fond Lover?
Lip My Reeds, S. 32' (feat. Tennessee Bassoon Quartet)
Long Live the King
Love Me
Macbeth's Soliloquy
March of the Cute Little Wood Sprites, S. Onesy Twosy
Minuet Militaire, S. 1A
O Serpent
Oedipus Tex My Heart
Oedipus Tex: Aria with chorus: 'Howdy There'
Oedipus Tex: Chorale and Finale
Oedipus Tex: Recitative: 'It Wasn't Long'
Oedipus Tex: Recitative: "When Oedipus Heard"
Oo-La-La Introduction
Oo-La-La: Cookin' French Like the French Cook French
Six Contrary Dances, S. 39: I. Maestoso animoso
Six Contrary Dances, S. 39: II. Daintissimo
Six Contrary Dances, S. 39: III. Allegro, but not too mucho
Six Contrary Dances, S. 39: IV. Molto moderato
Six Contrary Dances, S. 39: V. Vivace cucarace
Six Contrary Dances, S. 39: VI. Moving right alongo
String Quartet in F 'The Moose' - 1 - Allegro ma non troposphere
String Quartet in F 'The Moose' - 2 - Largo alla Fargo
String Quartet in F 'The Moose' - 3 - Menuetto no sweato
String Quartet in F 'The Moose' - 4 - Grave e molto deepo, Allegro con brie
The Mule
The Musical Sacrifice (S.50% off): I. Fuga Meshuga
The Short-Tempered Clavier: I. C major (S. 3.14159, easy as)
The Three Witches From 'Macbeth'
This is Professor Pete
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Aquarius ("Water bearer")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Aries ("Once there was a sheep")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Cancer ("Henry the crab")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Capricorn ("When Willian the Conqueror was a child")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Gemini ("Now Diddle had a twin")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Leo ("Now Leo the lion")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Libra ("Scales are very handy")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Pisces ("O holy mackerel")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Sagittarius ("Come all ye lads and lasses")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Scorpio ("When the Lord was handing weapons out")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Taurus ("Can you lend me twenty quid?")
Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs (Arie Proprio Zodicale), S. 16: Virgo ("Virginia, fairest Virginia")
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Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle, and Balloons: Allegro moulto