"Final Scene" from Swan Lake Suite for Saxophone Quartet
by Diego Marani
Saxophone Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

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Saxophone Quartet,Woodwind Ensemble Alto Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1380725

Composed by P. I. Tchaikovsky. Arranged by Diego Marani. Classical,Instructional,Romantic Period,Standards. 20 pages. Diego Marani #965508. Published by Diego Marani (A0.1380725).

In 1882, Tchaikovsky considered creating a concert suite out of numbers from his marvelous ballet Swan Lake, which he had composed six years previously. However, he seems not to have made a final decision, and the authorship of the concert suite published after his death as Op.20a is unknown.

In this arrangement for sax quartet we have the very famous tenth and last number of the suite: Final Scene (Scène Finale). It is suitable for any occasion: repertorie, classroom, recital or for an impressive and wonderful encore.

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