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The Ostwald Award is an annual award given by the American Bandmasters Association for a composition for concert band. It was first awarded in 1956, after band uniform suppliers Ernest and Adolph Ostwald established the ABA/Ostwald Award for the best band composition written in the previous year.[1] Current rules allow for compositions of grades 1-6, but in 2011, it will change to focus on grades 1-4 (in 2011) and 5-6 (in 2012), and the award will be renamed Sousa/Ostwald Award.[2] Recipients Year Composition Composer 1956 Fanfare and Allegro J. Clifton Williams 1957 Symphonic Suite J. Clifton Williams 1958 Portrait of the Land J. Mark Quinn 1959 Introduction and Scherzo Maurice Weed 1960 Overture in G Florian Mueller 1961 Cumberland Gap Overture Joseph Willcox Jenkins 1962 Concertino for Band Fritz Velke 1963 Concert Suite Frederic H. Ashe 1964 Symphony for Band Robert E. Jager 1965 Overture for Band Frederick Beyer 1966 Variations on a Korean Folk Song John Barnes Chance 1967 Daedalic Symphony Lawrence Weiner 1968 Diamond Variations Robert E. Jager 1969 Aria and Toccata Richard Willis 1970 Toccata Fisher Tull 1971 Divertimento for Concert Band Karl Kroeger 1972 Sinfonietta Robert E. Jager 1973 Festival Fanfare March Roger Nixon 1974 Visions James S. Sclater 1975 Jubiloso Robert M. Panerio, Sr. 1976 Todesband Lorette Jankowski 1977 Danses Sacred and Profane William H. Hill 1978 Symphony, Opus 35 James Barnes 1979 (No Winner Chosen) 1980 Mutanza James E. Curnow 1981 Visions Macabre James Barnes 1982 Armies of the Omnipresent Otserf David R. Holsinger 1983 Exaltations Martin Mailman 1984 Symphonic Variants for Euphonium and Band James E. Curnow 1985 Symphony for Winds and Percussion Joseph H. Downing 1986 In the Spring, at the Time When the Kings Go Off to War David R. Holsinger 1987 Synergistic Parable David Sartor 1988 Piece of Mind Dana Wilson 1989 For Precious Friends Hid in Death's Dateless Night Martin Mailman 1990 Fire Works Gregory Youtz 1991 The Soaring Hawk Timothy Mahr 1992 Endurance Timothy Mahr (Commission) 1993 Passacaglia (Homage on B-A-C-H) Ron Nelson 1994 Chaconne (In Memoriam) Ron Nelson (Commission) 1995 Sea Drift Anthony Iannaccone 1996 Psalms for a Great Country Anthony Iannaccone (Commission) 1997 Zion Dan Welcher 1998 Circular Marches Dan Welcher (Commission) 1999 Fantasy Variations Donald Grantham 2000 Southern Harmony Donald Grantham (Commission) 2001 (No Winner Chosen) 2002 Harrison's Dream Peter Graham 2003 (No Contest Held) 2004 (No Contest Held) 2005 Redline Tango John Mackey 2006 (No Contest Held) 2007 Raise the Roof Michael Daugherty 2008 (No Contest Held) 2009 Aurora Awakes John Mackey References ^ "Ostwald Award Archives". University of Maryland Libraries.  ^ Award rules External links Official page Award rules This award-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e