• Equale (four trombones), three brief homages to Bach, Beethoven and Brahms, 7’, 1996 (©1996), Peters #67860, Chris Churchman, Glenn Neely, Mark Sossoman, Graham Wright, (Mark Britt, cond.), Furman University,Greenville, SC, Feb. 15, 1998.
  • Song and Dance, (tuba, piano), 8’, 1993, (©1998), Peters #67643, Fritz Kaenzig, Anton Nel, faculty recital, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Feb. 12, 1995.
  • Brass Quintet (2 tpts, hn, tbn, tba), 14′, 1988 (©1991), Peters #67280, Chestnut Brass Co., Philadelphia, PA, March 27, 1989. Recording by Chestnut Brass Co. for Albany Records, Troy 233 (CD)
  • Salute (5 tpts), 2′, 1985 (©1985), Alphonse Leduc MFB170 (Robert King Co.), former trumpeter pupils of Clifford Lillya, Inter. Trumpet Guild, Albuquerque, NM, May 31, 1985.
  • Concerto Lirico (trombone solo with orchestra), 1983 (see listed under Orchestra Music)
  • Concerto Grosso (brass quintet with wind ensemble),1982 — see listed under Wind Ensemble, Band Music
  • 12 Duos for Two or Four Trombones, 16′, 1974 (©1978), Peters #66611, Thomas Everett, Douglas Wauchope, Boston, MA, May 2, 1975, comm. by International Trombone Assn.
  • Music for Four Horns, 10′, 1974 (©1979), Alphonce Leduc MFB246 (Robert King Co.), premiere location not reported
  • Suite for Unaccompanied Trombone, 1957– see listed under Unaccompanied Instrumental Solos
  • Sonata for Trombone and Piano, 10’, premiered by Leslie and Anita Bassett, 1954, Alphonse Leduc MFB810, recording by Greenmill Records, “Looking ahead: Works for Trombone”, Roger Verdi and Martha Locker, 2007, 14’. 
  • Brass Trio (tpt, hn, tbn), 10′, 1953 (©1968), Alphonse Leduc MFB229 (Robert King Co.), Donald Haas, Ted Evans, Glenn Smith, Ann Arbor, MI, Nov. 15, 1953.
  • Sonata for Horn and Piano, 12′, 1952 (©1954), Alphonse Leduc MFB805 (Robert King Co.), Ted Evans, Wilbur Perry, Ann Arbor, MI, May 4, 1953, (originally published by Edwin H. Morris Co. as winner of competition by Nat. Assoc. of College Wind and Percussion Instructors.)
  • Quartet for Trombones, 5′, 1949 (©1954), Alphonse Leduc MFB223 (Robert King Co.), Paul Wallace, Leslie Bassett, Glenn Yarberry, Charlene Symmonds, Univ. of Michigan, Feb. 22, 1949, (originally published by Edwin H. Morris Co. as winner of competition by Nat. Assoc. of College Wind and Percussion Instructors.)