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Kenneth Fuchs: Rush: Concerto for E-flat Alto Saxophone: Saxophone

Solo Part and Piano Reduction

COMPOSITEUR: Kenneth Fuchs
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Version instrumentale
ÉDITEUR: Lauren Keiser Music Publishing
Kenneth Fuch's fifth Naxos recording with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by JoAnn Falletta won the 2018 GRAMMY® Award in the category Best Classical Compendium. Among the works featured on the album is Rush (Concerto for Alto Saxophone), which was commissioned by Ryan Janus, principal
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Compositeur Kenneth Fuchs
Description Instrument Group Saxophone
Instrumentation Saxophone
Instrumentation Saxophone et Piano
Type de produit Version instrumentale
Description Product Type Réduction de piano
Collection LKM Music
Éditeur Lauren Keiser Music Publishing
Genre Classique
Style Jazz
Année de publication 2019
Nombre de Pages 20
ISBN 9781581066869
UPC 888680910327
Edition Number HL00288185
HL00288185
Description
Kenneth Fuch's fifth Naxos recording with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by JoAnn Falletta won the 2018 GRAMMY® Award in the category Best Classical Compendium. Among the works featured on the album is Rush (Concerto for Alto Saxophone), which was commissioned by Ryan Janus, principal saxophonist of the United States Air Force Academy Band, and a consortium of saxophonists and ensemble conductors. The work is composed in a two-movement form, each about seven minutes in duration, connected by an extended cadenza for the saxophone soloist. The first movement, which begins with a short cadenza that introduces the thematic material of the work, is a rhapsodic Adagietto with transparent textures. The second movement, which begins with an extended cadenza that introduces blue notes into the harmonic language, is cast in the form of a jazz-inflected passacaglia with ten variations and a coda.
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