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    Rick,

    Your Amazon.com link was for the 3-CD box set "Le Saxophone Francais" which features re-released LP recordings of Londeix, Mule, and the Deffayet Quartet. Londeix performs Creston, Debussy, Jolivet, Hindemith, Denisov, Noda et al; Mule performs Ibert, Pierne et al; Deffayet Quartet performs standard mid-20th century French repertoire. If you would like a full track list, email me.

    You can probably get "Memories of Dinant" cheapest directly from Otis Murphy. His email address can be found if you follow music department links from http://www.indiana.edu.

    You could get it from Dorn if the $3 markup is worth paying in order to definitely own the CD.

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    Off of Crystal Records, "Pas de Trois".

    Kenneth Tse, soprano and alto saxophones
    Benjamin Coelho, bassoon
    Alan Huckleberry, piano

    Trio Giocoso — Jindrich Feld
    Louder than Words— Don Freund
    Pas de trois — Bernard van Beurden
    Noir—Perry Goldstein
    Arirang Variations — David Froom

    Ricardo

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    A recording of composer David Liptak's Serenade for alto saxophone and strings has just been released by Bridge Records. The saxophonist is Chien-Kwan Lin, who teaches at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY.

    Here are some links to various sites where you can read more about the recording, listen to samples, order the disc, etc.

    http://www.bridgerecords.com/9167.htm

    http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=3276916

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg.../-/B0009Y26LI/

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    Kenneth Tse - Lyric Soprano.

    one word: Awesome.

    Le Api, a favorite of mine... all done with Circular Breathing

    Definately worth checking out.

    Steve P

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    Clifford Leaman (sax prof at U of South Carolina) has a new disc out called Illuminations. I've had it for almost two months, but waited to post because I wanted to be able to include a link.

    www.equilibri.com/recordings/rec_77.eq

    As of last night, I still couldn't find it on Tower's or Amazon's sites. Sorry that this link doesn't give you much info (not even the names of the composers!), but at least you can see the cover, and order it if you want.

    (For the record, the composers are, in order of appearance: James Matheson, Reginald Bain, John Fitz Rogers, Stacy Garrop, and Benjamin Boone.)

    I've really enjoyed this disc. Great playing, and unusually strong repertoire -- especially for a disc full of "untested" pieces (only one piece was written prior to 2000). Definitely work checking out.

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    I'll be on the lookout for that Leaman CD..... I'm assuming the Fitz Rogers is "A Savage Calculus". What an exciting work!

    Anyway, I've come across a couple of new CDs recently:

    Daniel Gauthier "Spirito Latino"
    -Francois Borne: Fantaisie Brillante sur des airs de Carmen
    -Manuel de Falla: Siete Canciones populares Espanolas
    -Claude Debussy: Rapsodie
    -Georges Bizet: Spanish Serenade
    -Enrique Granados: Intermezzo from Goyescas
    -Christian Guilloneau: Bal pour Baptiste
    -Darius Milhaud: Scaramouche
    -Vadim Neselovskyi: San Felio

    Julien Petit "Escapada"
    -Villa-Lobos Fantasia
    -other miniatures by de Falla, Albeniz, Millet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OANegrin
    I'll be on the lookout for that Leaman CD..... I'm assuming the Fitz Rogers is "A Savage Calculus". What an exciting work!
    Yes, the Rogers ("Fitz" is his middle name) is indeed A Savage Calculus.

    Before anyone asks about the other pieces, here is the full contents list for the CD (Equilibrium Records, no. EQ 77):

    James Matheson: Pull (1995)

    Reginald Bain: Illuminations (2004)

    John Fitz Rogers: A Savage Calculus (2001)

    Stacy Garrop: Tantrum (2000)

    Benjamin Boone: PsychoTherapy (2000/2004)

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    Ooo Tantrum. Thats a wakeboard trick Im always trying...

    Looks like a good CD though. Ill be on the lookout for this one.

    Steve P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve P
    Ooo Tantrum. Thats a wakeboard trick Im always trying...
    Huh?


    Another new one:

    Third Rail Saxophone Quartet, Danger.

    http://cdbaby.com/cd/thirdrailsax

    The quartet is comprised of members of the "President's Own" Marine Band. Among the composers represented is Lior Navok, who has also written a work for alto and piano, available here.

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    http://perso.wanadoo.fr/jean-yves.fo...%20orchest.htm

    Claude Debussy: Formeau playing the Debussy Rapsodie
    Haven't even been able to find it in Japan . The clip sounds good though!

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve P
    Yes, the Sugawa set is good. Though, its not my favorite recording of him. Theres just something missing from it. Maybe its his sound on this one, not quite like his others.

    However, great music on those, and still worth it.

    Best

    Steve P
    I'm a big Sugawa fan. I enjoyed the set and was wondering which recordings of his you think are the best.

    Ricardo
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    Hi

    So, regarding my tantrum comment, its a very difficult wakeboard (think snowboard on water) trick, involving some high flying acrobatics and rotations.... Not very sax related im afraid...

    Sugawa, now here is a man who can play. I think my favorite recordings oh his are Cafe 1930, and Nostalgia... Mostly because they are 'different'. He is a fantastic player in my eyes. Its also interesting that he has never studies saxophone outside Japan...

    Steve P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve P
    regarding my tantrum comment, its a very difficult wakeboard (think snowboard on water) trick
    Ah -- thanks for the explanation. "Wakeboard" is a word I'd never heard before. Not sure whether that's a function of my geographical location or my age...

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    I just recieved Daniel Gauthier's Spirito Latino today. All I can say is "WOW!!" I especially love the arrangment of the Carmen Fantaisie. Well, I guess it's just transposing the piano part cause the sax part is the same written notes as the flute (as it was originally done). Anyways, I just ordered the music and hope to put it on a recital soon.

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    Arno Bornkamp: Metropolis Berlin 1925-1933

    * Schulhoff - Hot Sonata (1930)
    * Hindemith - Trio (1927-1928) for tenor saxophone, viola and piano
    * Hindemith - Konzertstucke fur Zwei Altsaxophone (1933)
    * Busch - Quintett (1927-1928) for alto saxophone and string quartet
    * Weill - Suite "Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahogonny" (1927) for alto saxophone, string quartet and piano

    http://shop.classicsax.com/tek9.asp?...ific=jpnrlrpse

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    Wow, that looks like a fun CD.

    Anyway, I just received Julien Petit's "La Escapada" CD in the mail a few days ago; had a chance to listen to a bit of it today. An exceptional player along the lines of Vincent David, Christian Wirth, and other young exciting French players of today. One of the best recordings of the Villa-Lobos (albeit with piano) can be found on this CD.

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    Julien is a fine player. He played the Crepin 'Tribute to Sax' at WSCXIII, and it was a great performance. I emjoy his sound, as it follows very closely to Crepin's own personal sound, as well as that of Vincent David. i will have to get this new CD of his.

    It is also worthy to note he makes a living playing the saxophone. He is, at last I heard, one of few who are just freelance artists.

    Thanks for the heads up Angel!

    Steve P

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    Based on Rick's recommendation, I just received Arno's Metropolis Berlin 1925-1933 recording, and it is dynamite. Powerful and engaging interpretations, as usual, but as with a prior recording of his, and now several of Delangle's, a wonderful (and wholly appropriate) use of "period" instruments and mouthpieces. Highly recommended!
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    Timothy McAllister's new CD "In Transit" is now available. Here are the details in an excerpt of an email from Prof. McAllister:

    "My cd, In Transit, is now available directly from Innova Records at
    www.innova.mu. The release page is not yet up, but Philip Blackburn at
    innova will begin filling orders as he receives them. The catalog number
    is 652. The actual street release date isn't until April 11, so this is
    quite an early pre-release offer. Please tell all of your friends and
    disc. group folk! (You did say you wanted to be the first to know...)
    The rep is Etezady Streetlegal, Albright Sonata, Wanamaker Sonata deus sax machina, Babbitt Accompanied Recitative and Zupko In Transit. Kathryn Goodson, piano."

    For those of you who have not heard McAllister with pianist Kathryn Goodson, they are one of the more exciting duos I have ever seen perform live. Flawless technique and highly artistic interpretation, from subtle sensitivity to exciting pyrotechnics. The Etezady is one of the few brilliant recital works for soprano saxophone.

    I've already ordered mine; just wanted to give the usual heads-up.

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    Thanks for the heads up Angel. I just ordered mine. FYI, Zupko's piece "In Transit" can be ordered directly from him. I got mine a couple months ago. It is a BI*CH! His email is mzupko@sbcglobal.net.

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    wow, that's great. thanks for the info, Angel. I'll get my order in. There are excerpts from mcallister's new cd on his website under 'discography' and they definitely are great teasers!
    I heard them play the zupko piece live, and, yes, Michigansax is right.

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