Released on 1 February 2022, this edition includes 71 newly discovered pieces by 54 composers; 45 of these pieces were written for heckelphone, 27 for bass oboe, and 3 for lupophone (with some pieces leaving a choice between several of these instruments). Furthermore, several entries from the previous version have been amended, corrected or improved. Overall, version 2 contains 788 pieces by 511 composers; 488 of these pieces call for heckelphone, 315 for bass oboe, 45 for lupophone and 7 for piccolo heckelphone (with some pieces leaving a choice between several and a small number involving multiple of these instruments). This is the latest version of the newly edited collection and can be found at http://repertoire.heckelphone.org.
Released on 21 March 2021, this edition has been described in detail in two publications: Holger H. Hoos and Peter Hurd: A New Look at the Repertoire for Heckelphone and Bass Oboe. The Double Reed 44(4): 115-137, 2021 and a German translation of the same article, Holger H. Hoos and Peter Hurd: Das Repertoire für Heckelphon und Baritonoboe. 'rohrblatt 36(4): 141-154, 2021. Version 1.2 contains the same 717 pieces by 467 composers as version 1.1, but some entries were improved. This release also provided, for the first time, dedicated lists of pieces for multiple heckelphones and for multiple bass oboes; there were no pieces for multiple lupophones, and only a single piece for multiple piccolo heckelphones (Carl Orff's 1923 adaptation of Claudio Monteverdi's opera L'Orfeo, which we'd love to see performed or recorded). Furthermore, automatically generated statistical analyses, similar to those provided in the publications referenced above, and chronological versions of various excerpts were added. Version 1.2 of the newly edited collection can be found here.
Released on 1 February 2021, this edition contained 717 pieces by 467 composers; of these, 443 pieces were written for heckelphone, 289 for bass oboe, 42 for lupophone, and 6 for piccolo heckelphone, with some pieces involving multiple of these instruments are leaving a choice between several of them. Furthermore, two pieces listed in version 1 have been retracted by the composer and were thus removed, and several entries were improved or corrected. Version 1.1 of the newly edited collection can be found here.
Released on 1 December 2020, this edition resulted from the consolidation of the repertoire list for heckelphone and bass oboe assembled by Peter Hurd beginning in 1998 and the 2020 addendum available at http://oboes.us/resources/repertoire.html. For this new edition, the original version of the repertoire list was edited for accuracy, completeness and consistency; it was also extended with a number of newly discovered pieces. The resulting collection contained 714 pieces by 463 composers; of these, 443 pieces were written for heckelphone, 289 for bass oboe, 39 for lupophone, and 6 for piccolo heckelphone, with some pieces involving multiple of these instruments are leaving a choice between several of them. Version 1 of the newly edited collection can be found here.