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Editions Musicales Transatlantiques, 1971, 12 6 pages.
S182: Suite after Rameau for Alto Saxophone and Piano by André Ameller.
This piece probably rates as early college level but it includes a few altissimo notes up to A-flat. An advanced work with some high altissimo for both instruments, but without the nasty key changes found in most musicals.
In five movements: Main Street (Allegro Molto), Park Avenue (Casual, somewhat jazzy), After Midnight (Expressive, like the blues), Four Corners (A Jazzy Shuffle), and Traffic (A Driving Allegro). The program is: Tune-up and Introduction, Overture, Opening Number, Vamps and Screams ("Nessun dorma"), Love Song, Waltz, alla Marcia, Fox-trot and Shimmeys, and Finale. This piece was written in 1984 for a consortium of three saxophone/piano duos.
With a range to altissimo F sharp this is an advanced high school level piece.
S1192: Postmark from Fearful Symmetries arranged for Soprano Saxophone and Piano by John Adams arranged by Marilyn Shrude. Postmark is from Fearful Symmetries which was written immediately after Nixon in China. In three movements: Allegro e non presto, Adagio, and Allegro.
S672: Sevilla for Alto Saxophone and Piano by Isaac Albeniz arranged by J. WW257: Pit Band for Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet and Piano by William Albright. S078: Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano by William Albright.
This is excellent material for a recital performance by an intermediate student.
Inspired by classic studio recordings from the fifties and sixties by Charlie Parker, Stan Getz and Cannonball Adderley, the new concerto pushes the limits of the instruments technical and expressive powers.