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!
One of the most expensive and elaborate singles ever made, this song became a huge commercial success and remains one of Queen's most popular hits. Scored for AATB saxophone quartet with rhythm instruments,
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
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
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