Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet: "The Seasons", a 4-CD set on BIS
(recorded 1992 to 2001) of works by 20 composers, nearly half of them
new to me. The longest work is from one of those, Brett Dean's
"Winter Songs for tenor and wind quintet". I found this to be quite
fascinating, consisting of settings of late poems by e.e.cummings, and
following the strange structures cummings uses in some of them.
While each CD includes a work with the appropriate season in its name,
the organization seems more geographical:
1 - French (the most substantial work being Francaix's Quintet #1)
2 - The Americas (all US and Brazil, the most fun of the set)
3 - Germany (entirely Hindemith and Henze)
4 - Composers from northern/Baltic climes (including the Nielsen Wind Quintet) or influened by them (Dean)
On at least my copy, the labels on CDs 2 and 3 are reversed.
Full listing at https://www.prestomusic.com/classical/products/8031349--the-seasons-20th-century-music-for-wind-quintet
Great variety and impressive playing. Recommended.