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    Feedback is welcome on this and my previous post of Valse Marylin. This one is probably a little more familiar. Its about a minute clip of the Creston that I played a year ago.

    clip of me playing Creston 1st mvt
    Rudy Wiedoeft is "The Man"
    Alto:
    Yamaha 62 with YAS-475 neck
    Selmer C*
    Rovner Light Lig
    Vandoren Traditional 4

    Puffy padded neckstrap!!!

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    hey vaudvilleSax, i really liked the way the valse marylin sounded...would you happen to know where i could find the sheet music for that piece?

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    I just put together a simple webpage that has a few MP3 samples. They include Arietta by Welander, Bisonante by Angulo, an improvisation called Responses, and a couple clips from a piece I wrote for bari sax and piano. Here's the link:

    http://www.geocities.com/semanivek/semanivek

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    Kevin, The links on your site don't seem to work. I get an error message when I click on them.

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    Kevin's clips worked fine for me - and he sounds better than ever. Beautiful altissimo playing.

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    Works now. Yes, great playing, Kevin. I especially enjoyed "Responses" and the piece you composed, "Vestiges". The piano part on Vestiges is particularly intriguing. It reminds me of Dr. Caravan's compositional style. Hartley-esque with a Romantic flavor
    Last edited by Jeremy; 05-23-2006 at 04:00 PM.

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    Thanks for the compliments Merlin. All of those clips are from two years ago this Spring. I don't have any recordings of solo work more recent.

    Jeremy, Responses was one of the best musical experiences I had. That improvisation was so much different than what we were doing in rehearsals...everything seemed to fall into place.

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    Default Some Myspace-based stuff

    Hey everybody,

    I'm Jeff Gallant, and I'm totally new to the site. I figured I'd post the recordings I put up on MySpace. They resulted from some recording I did for a few auditions.

    http://www.myspace.com/jeffreygallant

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    I thought I'd throw in my MySpace site as well.

    http://myspace.com/martinezsax

    Enjoy!

    Ricardo Martinez
    Last edited by Rick; 06-08-2006 at 06:32 AM.

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    hmmmmm hey Vaudevillesax i must have missed that recital...sounds good though!

    I have our older quartet stuff, but i don't know how to post it...

    I'm an MM student at The Hartt School.

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    Hey bia500,

    I'm not sure where you can get the sheet music for Valse Marylin other than ebay. Random Wiedoeft sheet music pops up on there quite often, usually for around $10-$15. Also, theres collections that can be purchased of Wiedoefts works at the website below... however I've never purhcased one of these myself..... but I may evenutally.

    http://www.classicalmusicnow.com/Wiedoeft-bio.htm

    I dont see Valse Marylin listed, so best bet is the whole ebay thing. Or you can transcirbe the parts off of a recording... this CD has a lot of good stuff on it:

    Kreisler of the Saxophone
    Rudy Wiedoeft is "The Man"
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    Yamaha 62 with YAS-475 neck
    Selmer C*
    Rovner Light Lig
    Vandoren Traditional 4

    Puffy padded neckstrap!!!

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    thanks vaudvillesax, ill be sure to look on ebay every once in a while.

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    Default New sax quartet - just premiered

    Hello everyone

    I have just performed a saxophone quartet written by a friend and fellow PhD student of mine. It was premiered at St. Paul's hall, University of Huddersfield, England on Wed. 7th June.

    The link is

    http://www.somp.co.uk/player/chapitres_concert.html#

    If you click on "click to listen" it should bring up a player from which you can select the quartet.

    The piece is called Kronosity II.
    The composer is Richard Glover.
    The instrumentation is Sop/Alto, Alto, Tenor, Bari/Tenor.

    Let me know what you think (it has lots of quarter tones in it).

    Cheers

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    Hey-ho everybody-o,

    Here's a groovy piece i think everyone should know about.
    it's about a chicken!
    hooray

    it's written by barry cockroft, an australian saxophonist

    Ku-Ku

    i'm playing it for my 2nd year (sophomore?) recital

    i recorded this today, my recital's at the end of the year,
    any comments would be greatly appreciated : )

    www.freewebs.com/mrsyms
    under the recordings section

    if that doesn't work (which it often doesn't)

    www.myspace.com/jmhyde
    it's one of the music song things.... ya know?

    you can order the music for the piece from
    www.reedmusic.com

    thanks y'all

    Hydemusic

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    Default New Duet for Soprano Saxophone and Bass

    Hey folks -

    Just thought I'd post a clip of a new piece for soprano saxophone and bass --

    There is No Quiet in Brooklyn by Whitney Ashe.

    Whitney is a professional pianist and composer here in New York City.

    The piece uses some interesting effects on the bass, including playing pizz on the wolf tone eliminator. The saxophone part calls for some slap tonguing, and altissimo up to B.

    The entire one-mvt work is about 10 min, in a slow-fast-slow arrangment. This live clip is most of the first slow section, from the premiere in New York this past June. Matt Hughes is playing bass. Please keep in mind that the bass is likely to be underbalanced on small computer speakers.

    I'm interested to hear your impressions of the piece...
    Last edited by prodigal; 09-07-2006 at 09:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prodigal
    Hey folks -

    Just thought I'd post a clip of a new piece for soprano saxophone and bass --

    There is No Quiet in Brooklyn by Whitney Ashe.

    Whitney is a professional pianist and composer here in New York City.

    The piece uses some interesting effects on the bass, including playing pizz on the wolf tone eliminator. The saxophone part calls for some slap tonguing, and altissimo up to B.

    The entire one-mvt work is about 10 min, in a slow-fast-slow arrangment. This live clip is most of the first slow section, from the premiere in New York this past June. Matt Hughes is playing bass. Please keep in mind that the bass is likely to be underbalanced on small computer speakers.

    I'm interested to hear your impressions of the piece...

    Fantastic performance Prodigal! Such a beautiful contrast between the soprano and bass. I would love to hear more of the work, any chance of posting the rest?

    Best,

    Wally

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    Hi everyone,

    I'll just point you to my page at MySpace.

    http://www.myspace.com/ryankauffmanmusic

    There you will find two classical mp3s: Farandoulo di chatouno from Maurice's Tableaux de Provence and the first movement from Schumann's Three Romances.

    Thanks for listening. I hear some fantastic playing on this thread.

    R

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    Default Solo played on Adolphe Sax baritone made in 1861

    This is a clip of Septieme Solo de Concert, composed in 1863 by Jean Baptiste Singelee for baritone saxophone and piano. It was commissioned and originally published by Adolphe Sax, and it was used as a contest piece for saxophone students at the Paris Consrvatory when Sax was the saxophone teacher.

    I had trouble finding a piano accompanist, so I arranged the piece for saxophone quartet (SATB) featuring baritone saxophone.

    I played the solo on a baritone saxophone made by Adolphe Sax himself in 1861. The other saxophones are modern instruments. The recording was made on a Sony Walkman in the tenor sax player's living room.


    http://members.aol.com:/saxtek/Septi...odeConcert.wma

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallace
    I would love to hear more of the work, any chance of posting the rest?
    Thanks for the feedback, Wallace... We're hoping ot do some refining and a recording of the piece at some point this year, and perhaps the composer will allow a full posting. It's always a legal, ethical, and monetary issue when posting clips versus entire pieces.

    I'm glad you were intrigued. That's a good sign. Thanks for taking the time to check it out.

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    Hi all,

    is there a possibility to upload a mp3 file within a reply in this thread?? if ao... how do I do that???

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