Originally, "Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella" was not a Christmas song, but rather a dance tune intended for the French nobility. It is thought to have been composed by the French composer,
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Scored for alto, tenor and baritone sax, this is a programmatic and universal work about gold rushes. Gold Rush (Yee-Haw!) is based on the 1851 gold rush of Bakersfield, CA. With a
Fast and fun, Romp is a jaunty gallop through the forest, drawn from the rhythms and melodies of 18th century French horn hunting calls. It received its premiere in 2016 at Carnegie Hall from the Stockdale
Scored for alto, tenor and baritone saxophones, "Tea For Three" is a set of variations on the wildly popular song of 1925 by Vincent Youmans, "Tea For Two". 3:12 in duration.
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