No, this is not a set of saxophone quartets. Rather, 3 Quartets by Michael Nyman is a single, 14-minute work for a 12-piece ensemble consisting of a string quartet, a saxophone quartet, and a brass quartet. (I think of it as a postmodern chamber orchestra.) Although the composition is available on a recording, the album The Suit and the Photograph, it does not seem to be widely known. That's too bad, because it's a tremendously exciting piece, with a huge helping of Nyman's trademark bouncy energy. It's a typhoon of sound, and the saxophones are utilized to great effect. Has anyone here ever played it?