Alto Saxophone,Piano - Level 5 - Digital Download
Composed by Emanuele Krakamp. Arranged by Paul Wehage. Concert,Opera,Romantic Period,Standards. Score and part. 32 pages. Musik Fabrik Music Publishing #2151147. Published by Musik Fabrik Music Publishing (A0.533263).
Emanuele Krakamp was born in Messina in 1813. He began studying music with his father. In 1841 he was named first flute in the royal orchestra of Naples and was also named flute professor of San Pietro a Majella Conservatory in 1860. Krakamp performed concerts in Europe, America, the Middle East and North Africa. The Fantasy Opus 248 based on themes from Verdi's Opera "La Traviata" is part of a group of three fantasies called "La triade verdiana", first published in 1865. Krakamp died in Naples in 1883.
The version for saxophone remains close to the original version for flute, with only a few register changes because of range issues. Some passages in the piano part have been re-enforced harmonically and the ending has been slightly changed, to create a more definitive ending. .
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