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3572883

Miniature Jazz Suite #6

By Lennie Niehaus

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Saxophone quartet (2 altos, tenor and baritone saxophones) - Grade 4
Composed by Lennie Niehaus. Jazz. Score and set of parts. Published by Kendor Music Inc (KN.16105).

Item Number: KN.16105

Featuring four movements in contrasting styles -- moderate swing, ballad, funk/rock, and bright swing -- each member of the group shares in the melodic presentations and has a chance to serve as soloist (written solos are provided). Duration 10:35.

  • First Things First 
  • Lioness 
  • Hornist's Nest 
  • Four of A Kind  

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  • 5

    Location:
    austin tx
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • January 21, 2009 great movements

    as you will know, this consists of 4 movements. the 2nd and the 3rd one are my personal faivorite and the lioness is very pretty to listen to. the bari part for the hornests nest is so awesome .... best ensenble piece ever,,

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  • 5

    Location:
    Austin, TX
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 24, 2008 Incredibly Fun

    This group of pieces are incredible. I haven't played too many ensembles in my few years of playing the sax, but of them all, and all I've heard, this is by far the best. For our Solo and Ensemble, my quartet played The Lioness and Hornist's Nest...

    (2nd & 3rd Mvts) and we all love it. The 1st alto leads all the music throughout, but the other 3 parts are all very fun and at least as challenging as it. Sometimes subtle, the 3 other parts have crucial parts in the music, and are given solos and solis all throughout. The tenor and bari especially in the Hornist's Nest have great parts, tenor with some awesome solos and bari with a really cool bass line and a lot of little solos. No one part will ever feel left out, even when they never really get the main melody. All 4 movements are very fun to play. The 2nd is very nice and sweet, and the 3rd is really loud and fun (we take it way over tempo). I would definitely recommend this to any sax quartet looking for some good music.

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