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Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata No.4: Alto Saxophone And Accomp.

Instrumental Work | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Johann Sebastian Bach
PUBLISHER: Alphonse Leduc
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Work
Composed by J.S. Bach originally for flute and piano, this edition of 4th Sonata was arranged for alto saxophone in E flat and piano by Marcel Mule. Its difficulty would fit the skills and abilities of intermediate players. Interms of composition, this piece was created in three different sections:
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Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Publisher Alphonse Leduc
MR-WEB Difficulty Intermediate-Advanced
Product Format Instrumental Work
StylePeriodView Description Baroque
Style Baroque
ISMN 9790046208317
Instrumentation Alto Saxophone And Accomp.
No. AL20831
Number of pages 8
Series Classiques Du Saxophone
Description
Composed by J.S. Bach originally for flute and piano, this edition of 4th Sonata was arranged for alto saxophone in E flat and piano by Marcel Mule. Its difficulty would fit the skills and abilities of intermediate players. Interms of composition, this piece was created in three different sections: the first one is divided into three parts (Andante with a tempo at 96, Allegro at 116 and Adagio at 72) followed by Minuet and Minuet 2. Marcel Mule(1901-2001) is one of the greatest French saxophonists, renowned worldwide for his work on the classical saxophone repertoire. He was teaching his students how to obtain a good quality of sound and believed it was dependent on theembouchure, the emission, the mastery of vibrato and thus of breathing. He wrote different methods that focus on technique, articulation and tone productions such as Scale and Arpeggios (in three books), Daily Exercises AfterTerschack or 30 Great Exercises or Studies After Soussmann (in two books), among others.
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