Sonata in F is a piece for Saxophone duet by Jean-Marie Leclair. Arranged and adapted by Jean-Marie Londeix, this sonata is perfect for intermediate players and is a great piece to play in a recital.
It lasts 11’30 minutes and is divided in four parts: Andante, Allegro, Largo and Allegro ma non troppo. More lyrical than the first one, the second part contains two repeat signs and the third one is surely the shortest. The piece is very cheerful and really nice to listen to.
The book features score and parts.
Jean-Marie Londeix is a musician who studied the Saxophone and the Piano. He also had some strong knowledge of chamber music, harmonies and of music history and obtained a First Prize and a Prize of Honour at the Paris Conservatoire.