Dudley Buck

Dudley Buck Sheet Music

  • Born
    10th March 1839
  • Died
    6th October 1909
  • Birthplace
    Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Dudley Buck was an American composer, organist, and writer on music. He published several books, most notably the Dictionary of Musical Terms and Influence of the Organ in History, which was published in New York in 1882. He is best known today for his organ composition, Concert Variations on the Star-Spangled Banner, Op. 23, which was later arranged into an orchestral version.

Title Form Instrument
Hymn to Music Anthem Choir
Christ, the Victor Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
King Olaf's Christmas Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
Paul Revere's Ride Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
Scenes from Longfellow's 'Golden Legend' Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
The Coming of the King Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
The Legend of Don Munio, Op.62 Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
The Light of Asia Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
The Nun of Nidaros, Op.83 Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
The Story of the Cross Cantata Voice(s) and Instruments
The Triumph of David Cantata Voice(s) and Instruments
The Voyage of Columbus Cantata Voice(s) and Orchestra
Rondo-caprice, Op.35 Caprice Organ
8 Special Hymns in Anthem Form, Op.43 Chorale Choir and Instrument
Chorus of Spirits and Hours Chorale Voice(s) and Orchestra
The Centennial Meditation of Columbia Chorale Choir and Orchestra
18 Studies in Pedal Phrasing, Op.28 Etude Organ
Impromptu Pastorale, Op.27 Impromptu Organ
Triumphal March, Op.26 March Organ
Wedding March, Op.44 March Organ