publishing American Music since 1961 - now including GEMINI PRESS


ROBERT L. DONAHUE earned degrees from University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, and Cornell University.  His teachers included Cecil Burleigh, Hunter Johnson, Robert Palmer, Benjamin Johnston, and Karel Husa. Dr. Donahue has taught at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh (1964-67) and at Spelman College in Atlanta (1967-99).

78 of Donahue’s compositions have been published by a variety of major publishers.  Among his commissioned works are saxophone music for Kenneth Deans of University of Georgia, for Lawrence Gwowdz of University of Southern Mississippi, for Myron Munday of Spelman College, and for Bruce Weinberger of the Rascher Saxophone Quartet.

Other commissions include four years of choral sight-reading for the Georgia Music Educators Association festivals and works for the Atlanta Symphony Brass Quintet, and for the Thamyris ensemble in Atlanta.

Dr. Donahue’s Suite No. 1 for Wind Quintet won Montclair State University's 20th anniversary composition contest, and his Sonata No. 3 for piano won the category award at the Delius Festival in Jacksonville. 



Music by Robert L. Donahue available from TENUTO PUBLICATIONS:
494-00144    FIVE CANONIC DUETS for Flute & Clarinet ... 8.95

All prices subject to change.
last updated
July 17, 2015