Mr Suhaimi Yacub is a Malaysian music director, composer and wind orchestra arranger & trainer.

Career Timeline:

1. Principal flautist ( a soloist ) for Malaysia Airline Orchestra Kuala Lumpur. ( 1987-1991)

2. Music Arranger and Conductor for Malaysia Airline Strings Ensemble (1987-1992)

3. Flute and piccolo player in National Symphony Orchestra Panggung Negara ( Istana Budaya) Kuala Lumpur (1993-1996)

4. Band and Music Director for Sekolah Alam Shah,Wind Orchestra Kuala Lumpur (1996-2005)

5. Band Director for Sekolah Seri Puteri, Wind Orchestra Kuala Lumpur (1994-1998)

6. Band Director for Sekolah Sains Kuching.(Wind Orchestra) Sarawak (2008-2013)

7. Karyawan Tamu (Music) Resident Conductor at University Malaya Symphonic Band (1998-2000)

8. Band Director for Sekolah Dato Abdul Razak.(Wind Orchestra) Seremban (2012 – till now)

January 2001 present freelance teaching & performing

Publisher: Self-published | contact


Original Works for Wind

Al I’tiraf based on poem written by Abu Nawas 4′ | listen

Asmaul Husna 5′ | listen

Nur Muhammad 5′ | listen



Arrangements for Wind

Bagaikan Sakti from the Puteri Gunung Ledang by Dato M.Nasir 5′ | listen

Derita Cinta by Jamal Abdillah 5′ listen

Hati Hati by Faizul Sany, Hael and Mike Chan 5′ listen

Jauh Jauh by Jimmy Boyle 6′ | listen

Keranamu Kekasih from the Puteri Gunung Ledang by Dick Lee 3′ listen

Lagenda by the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee 4′ listen

Meriah Suasana Hari Raya 5′ listen

Nak Dara Rindu by the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee 5′ | listen

Nasib Malang by Zubir Said 5′ listen

Rangkaian Sudirman by the late Sudirman Hj. Arshad 6′ listen

Salahkah by Tompi 5′ listen

Salam Terakhir by Sudirman Arshad 6′ listen

Sampai Ku Menutup Mata by Melly Goeslaw 4′ listen

Samudera Raya, Royal Malaysian Navy March 1′ listen

Sayang Jauh Disayang by The Mercy’s listen

Sedia Berkhidmat, Royal Malaysian Police March 2′ listen

Selamat Hari Raya as sung by Salmah binti Ismail KMN AMN (Saloma) 3′ listen

Seri Dewi Malam as sung by Allahyarhamah Dato’ Sharifah Aini 4′ | listen

Seringgit Dua Kupang by The Mercy’s 8′ listen

Srikandi Cintaku by Dato M. Nasir (in keroncong style) 5′ listen

Tanah Pusaka by Tan Sri Ahmad Merican 5′ listen