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Sinfonia No. 3 (La Salsa) by Roberto Sierra. For Concert Band (2,1 2,1 4,bass clarinet 2,1; soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax; 4331 euphonium; timpani, percussion, harp, piano). Score & Part(s). Composed 2005/2009. Duration 23'. Published by Subito Music Corporation (SU.92070296). Score: available for sale (#92070295).
$250.00

Instruments: Piano, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Harp, Euphonium, Percussion, Timpani, Piano and Keyboard, Clarinet, Woodwinds, Saxophone, Strings, Brass
Genres: Classical, Salsa, Latin
Tune in a Popular London Style by Percy Aldridge Grainger (1882-1961). Arranged by Barry Kopetz. For Concert Band (Piccolo, 1st & 2nd Flute, 1st & 2nd Oboe, English Horn, 1st & 2nd Bassoon, 1st Clarinet in Bb, 2nd Clarinet in Bb, 3rd Clarinet in Bb, Bass Clarinet in Bb, Soprano Saxophone, 1st & 2nd Alto Saxophone in Eb, Tenor Saxophone in Bb, Baritone Saxophone in Eb,). Band Music. Platinum Band Series. Grade 4. Score and parts. Duration 3:15. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.10890). Tune in a Popular London Style was "An attempt to write an air with a 'Music Hall' flavor embodying the London blend of gaiety with wistfulness so familiar in the performances of George Grossmith, Jr., and other vaudeville artists. It consists of two strains, like the solo and chorus of music-hall ditties.The musical material, composed in London, dates from about 1912, and was worked out and scored during the winter of 1915/16 in New York City and in railway trains.(Notes derived form "A Source Guide to the Music of Percy Grainger," ed. by Thomas P. Lewis.)While residing in London in 1915, Grainger and his mother made a quick decision to leave London. The Great War had just begun, and Rose Grainger worried about her son's career prospects if they remained in London. They boarded the Cunrad ship Laconia in Liverpool and reached Boston on September 8, 1915. Grainger merged into the musical life of New York City and began performing at the piano, earning him a wide reputation. Sixteen concerts were booked for New York with the leading orchestras, as well as numerous solo recitals. Other performances were scheduled in Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Boston and the Chicago orchestras.In the first season in America, Grainger's works received approximately one hundred performances, though Grainger was only invited to conduct but once. Although the success he was receiving as a pianist was unlike anything he received in Europe, he saw that his success as a performer was in danger of denying him any critical acclaim as a serious composer.As his career began to flourish, the need for increased travel became a necessity. Whenever Grainger traveled, he took the train. He loved railways, as they gave him the space to spread his manuscripts out and compose. He always traveled second class, and rarely took a sleeper, preferring to sleep sitting up. He would occasionally depart the train one station early and give the difference in fare to a local charity. It was partly during these trips on the train that Grainger scored In a Nutshell.In June of 1916, Grainger was invited to take part in the Norfolk, Connecticut Festival of Music. It was for this performance that he scored and put together an orchestral suite which he entitled In a Nutshell. Some of the sketches for the piece went back to 1905, and the suite was eventually published in four movements, the final movement being the well-known "Gum-Suckers March" (originally entitled 'Cornstalks March'). Despite the mood of jollity of the suite, it is serious in intent and contains some of Grainger's most characteristic scoring. The first performance was conducted by Dr. Arthur Mees and Grainger was paid $500 for producing it.(Notes derived from "Percy Grainger" by John Bird).
$69.00

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, English Horn, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone
Genres: 20th Century, Latin, Classical
Sinfonia No. 3 (La Salsa) by Roberto Sierra. For Concert Band (2,1 2,1 4,bass clarinet 2,1; soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax; 4331 euphonium; timpani, percussion, harp, piano). Study Score. Composed 2005/2009. Duration 23'. Published by Subito Music Corporation (SU.92070295). Score & Parts: available for sale (#92070296).
$45.00

Instruments: Piano, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Harp, Euphonium, Percussion, Timpani, Piano and Keyboard, Clarinet, Woodwinds, Saxophone, Strings, Brass
Genres: Classical, Salsa, Latin
Six Cuban Dances by Miguel De Cervantes. Arranged by Shirley Denwood Russell Denwood. Woodwind quartet. For Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone. Intermediate Saxophone Quartets. Intermediate. Score and part(s). 16 pages. Duration 6 minutes, 28 seconds. Published by Sound the Trumpets (PR.STT7136).
$35.95

Pages: 16
Instruments: Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Cuban, Latin
Mambo Maderas by Claus Henry Koch. Woodwind Quintet. For Flute, Soprano Sax/Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, and Baritone Sax with opt. Cowbell, Claves, Guiro, Congas. Published by Advance Music (AV.17100). This tune combines the cha-cha and the classical mambo with a touch of jazz. It should be played slightly faster than a cha-cha and somewhat slower than a mambo. Maderas means "wooden" - the piece is performed exclusively by woodwind instruments, with an optional percussion accompaniment. Scored for flute, soprano sax/Bb clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax with optional percussion.
$33.00

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Percussion, Woodwinds, Saxophone
Genres: Mambo, Latin
Mambo Maderas by Claus Henry Koch. For woodwind quintet (flute, soprano saxophone/clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone with optional percussion). Published by Advance Music (AV.AM17100). This tune combines the cha-cha and the classical mambo with a touch of jazz. It should be played slightly faster than a cha-cha and somewhat slower than a mambo. Maderas means "wooden" - the piece is performed exclusively by woodwind instruments, with an optional percussion accompaniment. Scored for flute, soprano sax/Bb clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax with optional percussion.
$30.00

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Percussion, Woodwinds, Saxophone
Genres: Mambo, Latin
Saxophone Tango by Mike Walton. Woodwind quartet. For Soprano Saxophone / Alto Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Alto Saxophone / Tenor Saxophone. Intermediate Saxophone Quartets. Intermediate. Score and part(s). 4 pages. Duration 3 minutes. Published by Sound the Trumpets (PR.STT3020).
$29.95

Pages: 4
Instruments: Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Tango, Latin
Saxophone Cha Cha by Mike Walton. Woodwind quartet. For Soprano Saxophone / Alto Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Alto Saxophone / Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone / Tenor Saxophone. Elementary Saxophone Quartets. Elementary. Score and part(s). 4 pages. Duration 2 minutes, 35 seconds. Published by Sound the Trumpets (PR.STT3012).
$28.50

Pages: 4
Instruments: Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Cha-Cha, Latin
By Fernando Brandao. For Tenor Saxophone and Soprano Saxophone. Book and CD. Published by Advance Music
$24.00

Instruments: Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Afro-Cuban, Cuban, Latin
Tango in D by Jeffery Wilson. For Oboe (Soprano Saxophone) and Piano. Standard notation. Published by Camden Music (PR.524053340). With Standard notation.
$15.95

Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Oboe, Soprano Saxophone, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Saxophone
Genres: Tango, Latin
It Takes Four to Tango. (For Saxophone Quartet). By Daniel Dorff. Woodwind quartet. For Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone. Score and part(s). Standard notation. 4 pages. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.114408700). With Standard notation.
$11.95

Pages: 4
Instruments: Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Tango, Latin