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Robert Langenfeld Compositions

Bold, Dramatic Soundscapes

Welcome to the home of music composer Robert Langenfeld. Explore his compositions, projects, and various other endeavors. More than just a showcase of Robert’s works, this site provides insight and knowledge into Robert’s composition process and upcoming projects.

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April 28, 2024

Under The Night Sky In The Philippines – World Premiere

Well hello there! It’s been a hot minute since I’ve written a blog post! I just got done with a roller coaster of a week at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University working with the Rutgers Symphony Band on my new piece “Under The Night Sky In The Philippines”. I wanted…

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March 19, 2023

2023 SWOSU Consortium – Grade 2.5

I’m pleased to announce another consortium opportunity for 2023! The piece is lead by Dr. Robert Pippin and the Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) Wind Symphony. I became friends with Dr. Pippin while he was finishing his Doctorate at Peabody and teaching at my alma mater Northwest Missouri State University. We bonded quickly over our…

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August 25, 2022

Trumpet Concerto Consortium

I’m excited to announce a new consortium has been created for my first ever trumpet concerto! This piece has been something I’ve been wanting to write for a very long time. Before I was a euphonium player, I started my brass playing career on trumpet in the 5th grade. This piece is the trumpet concerto…

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May 2, 2022

2022 Bellevue West Residency – “Coming Home”

I just got back from a residency with the Bellevue West Music Department that has been almost 2 years in planning and 14 years in the making. I graduated from Bellevue West High School in 2008. High school was a weird time for me. I never really fit in any social groups and mainly stuck…

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Born and raised in Nebraska, Robert Langenfeld (b. 1990) found a love for music earlier in his childhood. His love for music when he was young led to him to eventually compose his first piece when he was only 12. Since then Robert’s music has won numerous honors and awards. Most recently, his work “Spark!” was selected as the winner of the 2016 Claude T. Smith Memorial Composition Contest. Robert’s concert music has been published through Grand Mesa Music and Claude T. Smith Publications. His style of composing has been described as rich harmonies against dramatic backdrops of sounds and colors. Robert has studied composition under composer Steven Bryant.

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