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Enjott Schneider: Pavane: Saxophone Ensemble

Score and Parts | Sheet Music & Songbooks
Subtitle Variationen Über Einen Tanz Aus El Maestro 1536 Von Luis De Milán
Instrumentation Alto Saxophone and Saxophone Quartet
Composer Enjott Schneider
Publisher Schott Music

The Catalan composer and vihuela player Luis de Milán (1500-1561) ranks among the most important composers of the Spanish Renaissance. His collection El Maestro from 1536 was the first publication of vihuela music in music history (the vihuela is a predecessor of the guitar).

The six pavans contained therein are typical examples of the stately processional dance. According to the etymological derivation of 'pavo' (Spanish/Latin: 'peacock'), this characteristic bird call which can be performed freely and naturalistically by the saxophone player can sometimes be heard in this 'peacock's dance'.

World premiere: 15.2.2017 Ballhaus Berlin, with Domiki Wollenweber (cor anglais) and the saxophone quartet CLAIR OBSCUR.Also published by Schott: a version for alto saxophone (cor anglais) and organ (ED 21260).

Difficulty Intermediate-Advanced
Store Sheet Music & Songbooks
Product Format Score and Parts
Duration 0:07:30
Pages 40
ISMN 9790001167406
Edition Number ED 22871
Catalog No. SCHED22871
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