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.
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!
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
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
This compelling arrangement of the Advent and Christmas favorite What Child Is This? suggests the melody, but only occasionally states it outright. All players must be on high alert, as
Ma'oz Tzur (mah' - oh - tzoor') is a beloved Chanukah song that is sung in homes and synagogues after the candles are lit. In this arrangement the traditional hymn-like melody is presented as a
The haunting melody of this Advent favorite is enhanced by rich, shifting harmonies. This arrangement makes a wonderful contrast selection in a holiday program. SATB or AATB saxophone quartet.
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
Sparkle! is a delightfully rhythmic work in what its composer Hirsch refers to as a "Frenchie Nouveau" style. The delicate middle section adds a peaceful dimension to an otherwise energetic musical
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