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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve P
    If you have never checked these guys out, you definately should. I think they are one of THE BEST quartets around.

    http://www.zagrebsax4.net/

    The Zagreb Saxophone Quartet



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    I completely agree with Steve here. The Zagreb Quartet and Rousseau came to my school last semester on their tour, and I was absolutely blown away by their blending and especially their dynamics. They never played too loudly, and their softs were breathtaking. Anyone interested in hearing a VERY good quartet should check them out!

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    I can help with any French translations if needed. Especially if it's a vid or something you can't copy and paste to a translating web site. Even then, sometimes thoes sites have flakey translations.

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    JM Londeix web site up. http://www.jm-londeix.com/

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    Here is one I stumbled across yesterday...

    http://www.timothy-roberts.com/

    On the "audio samples" page, there are some arrangements with band that I had never heard before. Ex. Carmen Fantasy and Devil's Rag (I've only ever heard they with piano accompaniment).
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    http://www.nielsbijl.nl/

    Niels from the Aurelia Quartet

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    Have you noticed that in his biography it says "His premiere performance as a soloist was in the Enschede Muziekcentrum in 1999, performing Frank Martin's Ballade for Tenor saxophone and Orchestra, Is there such a piece or is a typo? I know the Ballade for Alto saxophone and Orchesta, can somebody clarify?
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    There is indeed a Ballade for Tenor by Martin. It's on his new CD ( http://www.nielsbijl.nl/audio.php?hl=en ), Chant du Saxophone Tenor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonsax
    Have you noticed that in his biography it says "His premiere performance as a soloist was in the Enschede Muziekcentrum in 1999, performing Frank Martin's Ballade for Tenor saxophone and Orchestra, Is there such a piece or is a typo? I know the Ballade for Alto saxophone and Orchesta, can somebody clarify?
    There is indeed a Ballade for Tenor by Martin. It's on Niels Bijl's new CD (http://www.nielsbijl.nl/audio.php?hl=en), Chant du Saxophone Tenor. It's available from both Dorn Publications and Eble. At Eble, it says "Ballade for Tenor Saxophone (or Trombone)."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonsax
    Have you noticed that in his biography it says "His premiere performance as a soloist was in the Enschede Muziekcentrum in 1999, performing Frank Martin's Ballade for Tenor saxophone and Orchestra, Is there such a piece or is a typo? I know the Ballade for Alto saxophone and Orchesta, can somebody clarify?
    For further clarification, the piece was principally written for trombone. Trombonists perform it frequently and cite it as a very difficult work due to the fact that the part remains in the high register for extended periods of time. For tenor saxophone the piece translates rather easily, and is not too technically difficult. The challenge, as with most of Martin's Ballades (Piano, Flute, Cello come to mind) is in the endurance and phrasing.

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    Yes, there is a tenor saxo Martin Ballade, and yes it is originally for trombone and orchestra.

    Recorded first by Detlef Bensmann on his LP/CD "Virtuoso Saxophone Concertos" with orchestra.

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    Zzyzx Saxophone Quartet

    Pronounced Zy-Zex

    Enjoy!!

    http://www.myspace.com/zzyzxsaxophonequartet


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    Hey, if any of you are on Facebook, check out my group "Angel's Concert Saxophone Information Central". On the discussion board are pretty much all of the links found on this thread and many many more. So far I have concert saxophonists and saxophone quartets. At some point I'll include saxo ensembles and mixed chamber groups.

    There will also be links to the best free concert saxo videos.

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    http://continuumsax.com/index.html

    This is the website for Continuum Sax, an Australian Sax Quartet who dedicate themselves to new music performance.

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    Spanish saxophonist, Antonio Felipe Belijar.

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    Spaniard saxophonist Pedro Rafael García Moreno www.pedrosaxo.com

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    This is a friend of mine Nick Russoniello. He's got a great duo with guitarist Murilo Tanouye, this is their website
    http://www.duohistoire.com
    There's sound samples on the site from their debut album which will be released on Sunday 21st of September. For more details check the website

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