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Alexander Glazunov: Alto Saxophone Concerto Op.109 (Double Bass): String Orchestra And Solo

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COMPOSER: Alexander Glazunov
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Part
The Concerto For Alto Saxophone And Orchestra is Alexander Glazunov ’s last work; since its first performance in 1934 it has become part of the standard Saxophone repertoire. The sole survivingautograph manuscript is the hand-written dedication score given by Glazunov to Sigurd Raschèr (Raschèr
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Composer Alexander Glazunov
Editor Regina Back
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
Product Format Part
StylePeriodView Description Post 1901
ISMN 9790006539147
Instrumentation String Orchestra And Solo
No. BA8732-85
Number of pages 8
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
Description

The Concerto For Alto Saxophone And Orchestra is Alexander Glazunov’s last work; since its first performance in 1934 it has become part of the standard Saxophone repertoire. The sole survivingautograph manuscript is the hand-written dedication score given by Glazunov to Sigurd Raschèr (Raschèr was the founder and leader of the well-known and innovative Raschèr Saxophone Quartet).

This score contains theoriginal version of the work without the alterations which were made in the proofs to the orchestral score as well as the full version of the composer’s cadenza which was later shortened. The autograph manuscript also containssomeperformance markings by Raschèr.

The correspondence between Raschèr and Glazunov documents the composer’s thoughts on the work and his recommendations about the size of the accompanying String Orchestra. Evidencefrom this correspondence has been integrated into this edition.

This first scholarly-critical edition of a work by Glazunov contains an informative introduction with commentaries about the history of itscomposition, facsimiles and a critical commentary.

The solo part includes both the complete and the shortened version of the cadenza as well as a cadenza by Raschèr which the composer authorised.

- Includes theoriginal and new solo cadenzas.

- With helpful performance tips by Carina Raschèr, the daughter of Sigurd Raschèr.

- With an Urtext solo Saxophone part and a second part prepared by Carina Raschèr.

- Informativeforeword (Ger/Eng).

- Full score & performance material (BA8732) and Saxophone & Piano reduction (BA8732-90) available for sale.

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