- Norwegian Suite, by Edvard Grieg (eight horns)
- Duetto III , by G.F. Handel (oboe, horn, piano)
- Allegro from Divertimento, Op. 5, No. 2, by G.C. Wagenseil (oboe, horn & piano)
- Recital Pieces for Two Horns and Piano, Vol. 1, by Malibran/Purcell/Spohr/Tchaikowsky (two horns, piano)
- Recital Pieces for Two Horns and Piano, Vol. 2 by Felix Mendelssohn and Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (two horns, piano)
Cynthia Carr had a 35-year career as a horn performer and teacher. She was Professor of Horn at the University of Delaware from 1991-2006, and also taught on the faculties of Lawrence University, Ball State University, and the Brevard Music Center. Ms. Carr was a member of many orchestras, including Opera Philadelphia, the Delaware Symphony, and the Ft. Lauderdale Philharmonic. She performed as a substitute and extra player with major orchestras such as the Philadelphia Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, and Oslo Philharmonic.
Ms. Carr had a great love of chamber music performing throughout her career, including as a member of Trio Arundel, an oboe, horn and piano trio which commissioned several works and also championed many little-known works for that instrumental combination.
In 2012, Cynthia Carr transitioned out of her music career, earned a Master's degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, and from 2014 to 2021 was a teacher and Assistant Director in the Program for Intensive English at Indiana University Indianapolis. She is now retired, enjoying travelling and singing with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir.