Concertino Da Camera, written in 1935 by Jacques Ibert, was a small concerto for alto saxophone and eleven instruments: flute, bassoon, oboe, horn, trumpet and strings. This score is for alto
Written in 1934, this E-flat Concerto for alto saxophone is a fourteen minute piece dedicated to Sigmund M. Rascher, a famous saxophonist and soloist. The concerto starts with an Allegro
This popular unaccompanied original displays the composer's talent for contemporary writing.
A charming Baroque work transcribed for alto saxophone by Sigurd Rascher. Four movements.
Very much a standard in the alto saxophone literature.