Has anyone attended or heard of a saxophone recital that included any of the 13 Melodies for Saxophone by Philip Glass? The pieces are brief, in the nature of sketches or simple etudes, but they are attractive and enjoyable to play. The only one that's without much substance in my opinion is No. 5, which is basically a trill study. Some of them were incorporated into the themes for the Glass Concerto for Saxophone Quartet. Although there is no piano accompaniment, it occurs to me that a saxophonist could select a set of favorite melodies and create a nice little suite, a la the common performance practice for Prokofiev's "Visions fugitives."
All 13 Glass Melodies were recorded by Andrew Sterman of the Philip Glass Ensemble on the Saxophone CD that features the sax-only version of the Glass Quartet. I'm not overly found of Sterman's tone on this recording, but he does provide valuable guidance (possibly composer-endorsed guidance) as to tempo, style, and choice of saxophone for each melody. He plays four on tenor and three on each of the other horns.
Any other recordings of one or more of the Melodies?