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classical saxophone

  • Alexandre Tansman - Sonatine pour Bassoon et Piano, ARR. for Baritone saxophone

    Performance date: 21/06/2018

    Conservatorium van Amsterdam.

    Saxophone: Yo-yo Su
    Piano: Maria Nemtsova
    Page turner: Thitipol Piseskul

    video by: Grycko Visuals

  • Concerto Capriccio by Gregori Markovich Kalinkovich

    Iowa Saxophonists' Workshop Spring Concert
    April 12th, 2018
    Concert Hall
    Alain Crépin, conductor
    Kenneth Tse, soloist

  • Concerto en MIb (A. Glazounov) - Vincent David & Exigentia Ensemble

    Concerto en MIb (A. Glazounov) - Vincent David & Exigentia Ensemble

    Sax Solista: Vincent David
    Sax Soprano: Giuseppe Laterza
    Sax Contralto: Giulio Di Prato
    Sax Tenore: Stefano Nanni
    Sax Baritono: Valentino Catallo, Matteo Di Prospero
    Sax Basso: Davide Lucente
    Direttore: Angelo Turchi

    Biblioteca Vallicelliana - ROMA

  • Decruck - Sonata in C# minor, I. Très Modéré, expressif - Nick Zoulek, saxophone

    Sonata in C#, I. Tres Modere, espressif - Nick Zoulek, saxophone

    Performed live at Bowling Green State University, Bryan Recital Hall

    Nick Zoulek, alto saxophone
    Humay Gasimzade, piano

    Nick can be heard on Rushing Past Willow

    For more information, visit
  • Gabriel Riccio: Winding Through Angles, for solo alto saxophone

    _Winding Through Angles_, for unaccompanied alto saxophone, written in 2009 by American composer Gabriel Riccio.

    The piece is divided into two sections, one slow [starts at 0:00] and one fast [starts at 4:54].

    To hear more of Riccio's music, including The Gabriel Construct's album _Interior City_, please visit his YouTube channels, and A post on his blog about this video can be found here:

    The score for this work may be obtained directly from the composer.

    The composer provides these notes:

    'Winding through Angles' for solo alto saxophone was composed in the spring semester 2009 under the tutelage of Gerald Levinson. It is based on the 'five note' exercises - at any given point, the piece is centered around a group of five chromatic pitch classes contained in a major third. It modulates between different groups of five notes until all twelve pitch classes are used in the work. The first movement is a slow build, while the second movement is an exercise in frustration, simultaneously angry and mocking itself. I chose the saxophone because it is an instrument capable of great expression, largely underused in the classical world.

  • Henri Tomasi saxophone concerto, II mov - Nicola Peretto

  • Medieval music on saxophone: Guillaume de Machaut – Donnez, signeurs

    "Donnez, signeurs," by Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300-1377), arranged for one alto and two tenor saxophones. Notes from the performer:

    "This arrangement is based on the edition found in _Polyphonic Music of the Fourteenth Century_, edited by Leo Schrade, and the recording by Gothic Voices on their album _Lancaster and Valois_. I like to imagine that, had Machaut lived about 500 years later, he would have liked the saxophone.

    "The piece is in the form of a ballade, but since there is no text involved when performing it in this transcription, I only play through the material once."

    Thanks to Swarthmore College's Department of Music & Dance for use of Lang Concert Hall.
  • Medieval music on saxophone: Guillaume Dufay – Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys

    "Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys" by Guillaume Dufay (1397-1474), arranged for one alto and two tenor saxophones. Notes from the performer:

    "Inspired by Gothic Voices' performance on their album _The Garden of Zephirus_. Once again, since there is no text involved here, I omit the rondeau-form repeats."

    Thanks to Swarthmore College's Department of Music & Dance for use of Lang Concert Hall.
  • Mikhail Kazakov - Lars-Erik Larsson: Saxophone concerto, 2 part

    Lars-Erik Larsson: Saxophone Concerto, Op.14 (1934), 2 part

    Mikhail Kazakov - saxophone
    Georgy Sharov - piano

  • Night on Bald Mountain (Arr Kyle Mechmet)

    NASA 2016 Performance
    Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
    March 10-13, 2016