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Jan van der Roost: Images: Orchestra

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COMPOSER: Jan Van der Roost
PUBLISHER: De Haske Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
Full Score and Study Score of this work are available for sale. A set of individual parts are for rental only, not for sale. Prices and conditions are available on request. Please contact: Hal Leonard MGB BV - Rentaldepartment E-Mail: rental@halleonardmgb.nl The impact that Adolphe Sax, the
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Composer Jan Van der Roost
Publisher De Haske Publications
Product Format Score
Year of Publication 2014
Grade of Difficulty 6
ISMN 9790035229491
Instrumentation Orchestra
No. DHP 1145592-180
Series De Haske Saxophone Series
Composer Jan Van der Roost
Description
Full Score and Study Score of this work are available for sale.
A set of individual parts are for rental only, not for sale.
Prices and conditions are available on request.
Please contact:
Hal Leonard MGB BV - Rentaldepartment
E-Mail: rental@halleonardmgb.nl


The impact that Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the Saxophone, (Dinant, Belgium, 1814 Paris, France, 1894) has had on musical history is undeniable.In this work, Jan Van der Roost has tried to pay a sincere tribute to the great man; in doing so, he has drawn inspiration from two important musical qualities of the saxophone. The Ballade for the most part highlights the melodic, somewhatmelancholy spirit that so well suits the instrument. The Fantaisie, on the other hand, focuses primarily on the great mobility the instrument can display when, that is, it is in the hands of a virtuoso!

Images was a compulsory work for the Final of the 6th Adolphe Sax International Competition - Dinant 2014 (B), and specially commissioned by the International Adolphe Sax Association, as part of the Bicentenary of the Birth of Adolphe Sax.

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