Here's a jazzy, R&B influenced treatment of a beloved spiritual. There are optional ad-lib solos for tenor and alto sax. For AATB or SATB saxophone quartet.
Ideal for all performance settings and programs, this saxophone quartet edition features the graceful Air and the rousing Finale from George Frederic Handel's famous Water
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!
This collection of treasured medium-level selections for AATB saxophone quartets includes 13 pieces that will be a valuable resource for practically any type of festival or performance. Titles
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This familiar melody by Charles Francois Gounod was originally written for solo piano in 1872. Best known as the theme from the Alfred Hitchcock television program, this famous Grade 3 arrangement for AATB
With universal appeal that has transcended its ethnic origin, this Israeli folk song will be a great favorite with Grade 3 AATB saxophone quartets and their audiences alike. Following customary practice,
Every member of the quartet gets the lead line at one time or another in this version of Beethoven's classic theme, accompanied by a variety of creative accompaniment figures. Paying careful attention to
The delicate setting and simple melody of Placid create a peaceful mood akin to intimate friends having a quiet conversation in a fire-lit sitting room. Though it's not a holiday classic, it sure
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