Sonata No. 3 (Alto Sax and Piano). By George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Sigurd Rascher. For Piano, Alto Saxophone (Alto Sax). Woodwind Solo. Baroque. Difficulty: medium. Set of performance parts (includes separate pull-out saxophone part). Solo part and piano accompaniment. 11 pages. Published by Warner/Chappell Music (HL.347808).
With solo part and piano accompaniment. Baroque. 9x12 inches.
Location: from Richardson, tx
Location: from Leesburg, VA
May 25, 2008
Very fun, but not too challenging......
This is a very fun piece to play. The first movement is relatively easy, and you can take time to make it melodic and beautiful. The second movement is the most difficult, because of the tounging required. This is a great piece for an intermediate player looking to advance his/her...
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Location: from Kissimmee, FL
March 5, 2008
Harder than it looks. But very fun.
Rascher's arrangement of Sonata No.3 is a very interesting solo to play on the Alto Sax. 4 Movements (2 slow, 2 fast) The first movement is technically easy, but its tiring. The second movement can very hard if still weak with tounging. But it can be very musical. It is...
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