Chopin's Etude - Alto or Tenor Saxophone Duet
by Frederic Chopin
Woodwind Duet - Digital Sheet Music

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Alto Saxophone Duet Alto Saxophone - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.814830

Composed by Frederic Chopin. Arranged by Richard E Brown. Romantic Period,Standards. 2 scores. 4 pages. Dacker Music #6101951. Published by Dacker Music (A0.814830).

Geared for 2nd or 3rd year saxophone students, this arrangement of one of Chopin's most popular compositions is transposed from the original E major to the more sax-friendly key of (written) F major (concert Ab for altos or concert Eb for tenors). Chopin himself is said to have considered this to be his loveliest melody. The entire duet can be played from the score without turning a page, so individual parts are not needed. Grade 3 - Duration 1:50

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