I've always imagined my piece, Godsong (http://musescore.com/arthurbreur/godsong) with instruments instead of just piano, but had never tried an arrangement of it. I think wind quintet is a perfect fit. Here's my first attempt at arranging this piece for that ensemble.
I've been trying to arrange this piece for wind quintet for a while, but kept running into some snags with the voicing not creating a rich enough feeling in the harmonies. I think this may be close to what I've been looking for. (Original piano solo arrangement here: http://musescore.com/arthurbreur/jodis-theme)
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, French Horn, Bassoon
Originally scored for pipe organ (http://musescore.com/arthurbreur/wedding-prelude), this prelude was perfectly suited to be arranged for wind quintet. This arrangement might also give organists some ideas for different stops, though by no means should be taken as a dictate on how to perform the piece.
A light wind quintet arrangement of my "March of the Robots". (Original solo piano version here: http://musescore.com/arthurbreur/march-of-the-robots)
I gave myself the limitation of writing an upbeat piece in a classical style, limited to 30 seconds—as if it had to fit exactly into a 30-second radio or television commercial. This piece was composed around the idea of a commercial for something pet-related, with animals romping and playing behind the music. Note to wind arrangers: HELP! How would you suggest I arrange the last measures to emphasize the motor rhythm, but still make sure a beloved bassoonist doesn't turn blue? I've grayed out notes that I feel could be left out without adversely affecting the overall sound, but I'd love other suggestions!
Suggestions welcome! (Original piano arrangement at http://musescore.com/arthurbreur/francines-theme.)