As many will know by now, American composer Elliott Carter died this week at the age of 103. Carter was actively composing even just this year, and has left a large legacy of music especially for winds including unaccompanied or chamber works featuring clarinet, oboe, English horn, and bassoon (and even saxophone). A fairly comprehensive listing of his compositions is on this Wikipedia page
If you are not familiar with Carter's works, a great introduction to his early compositions is his Wind Quintet, composed in 1948. Here is one of our favorite ensembles, the Imani Winds, playing a movement from that quintet.