GLAZUNOV - Alto Saxophone Music Minus One Book and CD
Alexander Glazunov, one of the great masters of late Russian Romanticism, was fascinated by the saxophone and by jazz. In 1934 he wrote this beautiful saxophone concerto which has become a classic, combining romanticism with modern idioms as well. Erland von Kochs 1958 saxophone concerto is filled with experimental modern tonalities and fantastic effects for the saxophone. Both are must-haves for the serious saxophonist.
Includes a printed music score on high-quality ivory paper: informative liner notes: and a compact disc featuring the concerti performed twice: first with soloist, then again with orchestral accompaniment only, minus you, the soloist. The compact disc has been indexed voluminously indexed for your practice and performance ease.