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Music Minus One Tenor Saxophone

By Various

Tenor saxophone
Music Minus One Tenor Saxophone. Composed by Various. Sheet music. Music Minus One. Classical, Concert. Softcover with CD. 56 pages. Music Minus One #MMO4213. Published by Music Minus One (HL.400497).

Item Number: HL.400497

ISBN 9781596156166. 9x12 inches.

From Bach to Dvorak, this collection of classics arranged presents a unique treat, spanning 200 years of great music, arranged for Tenor Sax and concert band. Includes a high-quality printed music score and a compact disc containing a complete performance in split-channel stereo, with the soloist on the right channel; and a second performance in full stereo minus the soloist.

Performed by John Cipolla, tenor saxophone

Accompaniment: Stuttgart Festival Orchestra

Conductor: Emil Kahn.

  • Slavonic Dance  Performed by Antonin Dvorak
  • There Lived A King  Performed by William S. Gilbert And Sir Arthur Sullivan
  • A Melody Is Drifting  Performed by Johannes Brahms
  • Minuet  Performed by Jean-Baptiste Lully
  • Romeo & Juliet (Theme)  Performed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • The Love for Three Oranges: March  Performed by Sergei Prokofiev
  • Variations on a Theme by Paisiello  Performed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Christ The Lord Is Risen Today  Performed by Traditional (Hymn)
  • String Quartet in C major, 'Emperor,' op. 76, no. 3, HobIII/77: II. Andante  Performed by Franz Joseph Haydn
  • Chorale No. 42  Performed by Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Chorale No. 297  Performed by Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Contradanse  Performed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • The Bartered Bride (Prodana Nevesta): Polka  Performed by Bedrich Smetana
  • The Ruins of Athens: Turkish March  Performed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Sacre Symphoniae: Canzon  Performed by Domenico Gabrielli
  • Te Deum Landamus (Mass): Crucifixus  Performed by Giovanni Pierluigi Da Palestrina
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  • December 09, 2013 Band Aids

    very easy, very poor. nothing like when I played in the concert or school bands. it is slap stick. hardly no arrangement or variety of instrumentation or solos in it. way to babyish!! the advertising was poor too. they didn't warn us that this was going to be so...

    easy, and an advanced level player like myself got suckered and bought it., opened it up and was very disappointed in what I saw and never played it. my 5th grade band was probably harder than this and I am 41 years old.

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