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EVENTOS ON LINE:    7th DINANT COMPETITION    |   ANDORRA SAXFEST 2020    |    JOSIP NOCHTA COMPETITION 2021

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
    11/04/2018

  • 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
    https://open.spotify.com/album/3wgPjTjigIYpfMzjQqQaTT

    For more information, visit www.nickzoulek.com
  • 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, http://www.youtube.com/user/froghawk and http://www.youtube.com/user/thegabrielconstruct. A post on his blog about this video can be found here: http://thegabrielconstruct.com/a-solo-saxophone-piece/

    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

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