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Johan de Meij: Mondriaan (An Essay in Primary Colors): (Arr. Anthony Fiumara): Baritone Saxophone

Piano reduction from the original version for baritone sax and wind orchestra

COMPOSER: Johan de Meij
ARRANGER: Anthony Fiumara
PUBLISHER: Amstel Music
INSTRUMENTATION: Baritone Saxophone and Piano
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Work
In Mondriaan , composer Johan de Meij, producer Rob Hauser and saxophone virtuoso Henk van Twillert are taking their audiences on an adventure of sound, light and movement. The music leads us through various Mondriaan’s style periods: from expressionism and symbolism to new objectivity and
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Composer Johan de Meij
Arranger Anthony Fiumara
Publisher Amstel Music
Instrumentation Baritone Saxophone and Piano
Grade of Difficulty SUPERIEUR
Language E(UK)DFN
Product Format Instrumental Work
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Genre Solo & Concerto
Year of Publication 2021
ISBN 9789043163170
ISMN 9790035248690
Series Amstel Concert Band
No. AM 175-401
Product Dimensions 30,5 x 22,9 cm
Text language Dutch;English;French;German
Description

In Mondriaan, composer Johan de Meij, producer Rob Hauser and saxophone virtuoso Henk van Twillert are taking their audiences on an adventure of sound, light and movement. The music leads us through various Mondriaan’s style periods: from expressionism and symbolism to new objectivity and abstraction. The quadriptych consists of the following paintings: I) Mill in Sunlight (1908) - II) Evolution (1911) - III) Composition III - Fox-Trot B (1929) - IV) Victory Boogie Woogie (1942 - 44). In the last two movements, hints can be heard to various dance forms, as the titles indicate. Mondriaan was an avid dancer and a great fan of jazz. There is hardly any literature for this specific instrumentation. The saxophone world will be eagerly looking forward to this! - Johan de Meij

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