From Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3, this movement, originally scored for strings, is now available as a beautifully set arrangement for saxophone quartet. Perfect for any occasion!
Ave Verum Corpus by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arranged for SATB saxophone quartet by Howard J. Buss, makes an exquisite addition to a recital, and it is especially effective in a church setting.
Big Ben's Reel is an energetic romp inspired by the flavor of an Irish Reel. It is reminiscent of Hirsch's beloved Cityscapes for quartet, with catchy melodies, driving rhythms, and a
A spirited rendition of three familiar holiday carols with a bell theme scored for three B-flat clarinets and bass clarinet. A great seasonal choice for any worship service or performance venue. Titles
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Originally commissioned by the American Choral Directors Association Endowment in memory of Raymond W. Brook in 2012, Distance Can't Keep Us Two Apart was originally scored for a cappella mixed
For Saxophone Ensemble. By Maurice Ravel; arranged by Matthew Morris. Maurice Ravel composed Mother Goose (Ma mere l'oye) as a suite in five movements for piano four hands between 1908-10. In 1911,
Four Settings in a Primeval Forest, Written for Saxophone Quartet, Four Settings was composed in the summer of 2017. The music in each of the movements is loosely derived from the titles which
Fuga VII, from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2 by Johann Sebastian Bach, was transcribed by Howard J. Buss for SATB saxophone quartet and is appropriate for performance in church.
This lively and fun saxophone quartet includes three recognizable standards: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot and Amazing Grace in a slow, gospel feel, followed by a rousing Dixie
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