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    That one's for the scoop!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel
    That one's for the scoop!!



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    Fair enough, money well spent to secure my place in saxophone history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel
    Just purchased mine from The Saxophone Shop in Skokie, IL.

    http://www.saxshop.com.

    $25 plus $6 shipping.

    Eagerly awaiting delivery.

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    Just got off the phone with Saxophone Shop. They gave me a price of $45--I mentioned that you had gotten it for $25 ("The boss told me...") because yours has a crack in the case! Just found it a bit funny.
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    I don't know nuthin bout no crack!

    Onward, anyway, I just received the Calefax Reed Quintet's new CD of Bach's Goldberg Variations. These guys are awesome. Clarinet, bass clarinet, saxophone (Raaf Hekkema of Paganini saxo fame or infamy), oboe, english horn.

    My favorite in their discography is their earlier CD of Debussy and Ravel stuff including a stunning performance of Tombeau de Couperin. In my opinion, this has been Hekkema's most exciting and tasteful playing, and the ensemble work is beyond top-notch. Major-competition-winning ensembles for the most part have nothing on these guys.

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    Sigurd Rascher's recording of Eric Coates "Saxo-Rhapsody" with orchestra has just been re-released onto CD again:

    http://www.amazon.com/Eric-Coates-co...3116426&sr=1-4

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    Anyone know of a recording if Glaser's Allegro, Cadenza, e Adagio?
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    John Edward Kelly recorded it on his first CD w/ pianist Bob Versteegh. http://www.johnedwardkelly.com

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    Well I'll be a monkey's uncle. For some reason I thought that was the Drei Sonate. I guess I do have a recording, thanks Angel )
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    New release on the Preiser label:

    "Paris - New York 1930"
    Klaus Gesing, saxophone
    Sylvaine Ilario, piano

    Gershwin Preludes
    Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
    Ravel Piano Concerto 2nd mvmt
    Debussy Beau Soir
    Debussy Clair de Lune
    Milhaud Scaramouche II, III
    Seifert Meditation
    Seifert Rumba

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    Default Klaus Gesing CD

    I saw this new CD listed on Crochet UK recently. However, by the item description and audio samples, it seemed like more than half the selections were with clarinet instead of the saxophone.
    Do you have a copy, Angel? Can you confirm this?

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    I do not have this one. I noticed it while doing a quick browse at arkivmusic.com. It says he's only playing saxo on the website, butcha never know.

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    Thought I'd put my bit in for a new Australian release.
    Barry Cockcroft has put out a new Cd titled "Crazy Logic" with works by composers from Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. The tracks are as follows

    Crazy Logic - Matthew Orlovich
    Heaven - Perry Goldstein
    Time Transfixed - Maria Grenfell
    Not too near....not too far - Brenton Broadstock
    Murphy's Law - Philip Norman
    Digressioni Modali - Andriαn Pertout
    Three Places for a New Millenium - Stuart Greenbaum

    For sound samples go to
    http://www.reedmusic.com/publication...azy_logic.html

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    Timothy McAllister-
    Glint
    Timothy McAllister, Soprano and Alto Saxophone
    Robert Spring, clarinet;
    Lucia Unrau, piano

    Works by: Kristin Kuster, Roshanne Etezady, Peter Terry, Kati Agocs, Caleb Burhans, Gregory Wanamaker, and Daniel Asia


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    Brian Sacawa's "American Voices" is now available through Innova.

    http://innova.mu/artist1.asp?skuID=296

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve P
    Timothy McAllister-
    Glint
    Timothy McAllister, Soprano and Alto Saxophone
    Robert Spring, clarinet;
    Lucia Unrau, piano

    Works by: Kristin Kuster, Roshanne Etezady, Peter Terry, Kati Agocs, Caleb Burhans, Gregory Wanamaker, and Daniel Asia


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    What???? Wow!! Thanks, Steve P, I guess Tim didn't get to me on this announcement. Is it all saxo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfhoehn
    Brian Sacawa's "American Voices" is now available through Innova.

    http://innova.mu/artist1.asp?skuID=296
    Good work, Walter. I'm getting my copy on 4/25 at Brian's recial in Baltimore, MD, but this is good news for those who cannot attend. For those of you who have never heard Brian, catch this rising star. One of the best living saxophonists.

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    I believe that McAllisters new CD will be works for Saxo, Clarinet and Piano from what I can tell. Should be exciting. The Wannamaker Duo for Clarinet and Saxophone is pretty awesome, but that is the only piece that I am familiar with.

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    I spoke with Dr. McAllister through email earlier today about his CD. Be looking out for it! We were talking about the sop/clar duet Roshanne Etezady wrote, Glint. Here's the email...

    "Hi Alex,

    great to hear from you. Thanks, I am excited about the cd as well. It is
    almost completed and will probably be out late summer or early Fall.

    Roshanne's Glint can be purchased by emailing her at
    roshanne@roshanne.com. It
    is outrageously difficult!!! (Am still sweating over some of the licks, and I
    have already recorded it) and both players must be able to circular breathe.
    It is great fun."

    So there you have it. I'm not going to lie, I'm pretty excited to hear a piece that even he is saying is ridiculously hard!

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    New, from Eugene Rousseau

    Eugene Rousseau, saxophone, joins members of the New Budapest Quartet in the Mozart and Brahms Quintets. Originally for clarinet and strings, Rousseau demonstrates a wonderfully lyrical saxophone in this adaption of these great chamber music classics. Included on the recording are Brahms Quintet, op. 115 and Mozart Quintet, K. 581

    I heard some of this last year, when it was still being edited. Excellent recording, and a must have for all of us.

    Available at www.jeanne-inc.com

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    New Delangle anyone???

    http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/r/BIS/BISCD1357

    I'm listening to it right now through a NAXOS subscription though UNT. Yes, it's incredible. I'll save some of you the trouble: in the Ibert, he takes all of the altissimo in the Larghetto, slap tongues in the cadenza and takes the cadenza to an altissimo F.

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