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Larry teal - solos for the alto saxophone player

  1. 1. for theALTO SAXOPHONE With Piano Accompaniment j 1 Selected and Edited b) LARRY TEAL ED. 2599 0 MCMLX V by G. Schirmer, Inc. International Copyright Secured Printed in U.S.A. G.SCHIRMER New York/London
  2. 2. CONTENTS Piano SaxophoneAI.RI.IMLEAF (from: Lyric Pieces, O p . 12) . . . , , Ed1w-d Grieg . , , , , , 32 12 Op.CANZONETTA, 6 , , , , , , , , , . . . . , Alfred0 d<Ambrosio , , , , 2 2 PIECE. p . 7 3 . KO. 3FANTASY O , , , , , , . , , , Robert Schumann . , , , , 68 25GYPSY ROSDO , , , . . . . , , , , , . . . . . .Joseph Haydn . . , . . , 35 13ItVTERRIEZ7,O (from: GOye.YCa.3) , , , , , , , Enrique Granados . , , , 26 10I J (from: Sonatina, Op.~1 0 0 ) ~ , , . ~ . , . , ~Antonin Dvofhk ~ . ~ . . . 19~ 8 ~MINUET . . . . . < . < < . . . . . . . . Joseph Haydn . . , , . . 41 15MINUET(from: Diilertirnenfo in D . K . H 4 ) . , . . . iVolfgang Amadeus hlozart , 44 16 Op.NOCTURKE, Posth. , , . . , , . . . . . Frédéric Chopin . , . , . 15 7THE OLDCASTLE (from: Pictu1-es a t an Exhibition) , . . , , . , , Jfodest Mussorgsky , , . . 53 20ROMANTIC Op. 75. No. 1 PIECE. Antonin DvoTAk . . . , . 22 9KONDO D Ih iiolfgaiig Amadeus Mozart 48 18SICILIENNE D ALLEGRO AN (from: Fliite Soiiiita Ao.2) Johaiin Sebastian Bach , , , 7 4 (from: F i u t Movement)SONATINE , , . . , , . Maurice Ravel . , , , , , 62 23 Op. 34. S o . 14.VOCALISE, , , , , , , , . , . , Sergep Rachmaninoff 58 22
  3. 3. FOREWORD Although many outstanding composers have written solos for the saxophone,its comparatively late invention leaves a great void in its literature. For manyyears its use was confined to military bands and, occasionally, the orchestra.Emergence of the saxophone as a solo instrument did not take place until the1920’s, and it is since then that most of the solo literature written for it hasbeen composed. If the serious saxophonist wants to perform the music of theClassical and Romantic periods, he must turn to transcriptions. The pieces in this collection have been selected for their musical value, andfor their adaptability to the st)le and limitations of the instrument. Beingtranscriptions, certain changes were necessary. Cuts have been made wheredeemed advisable and many of the compositions were transposed from theiroriginal keys. Tempo indications are those recommended b) the transcriber.Technically the solos might be graded from medium-easy to medium-difficult. It is suggested that, for the purpose of interpretative study, the studentavail himself of other music by the domposers included here. A knowledge ofthe style of each composer and the era in which he lived ir inlraluable. These compositions may be used both as study pieces and in concert p.er-formance, and are valuable additions to the literature available for the solosaxophone. L. T.
  4. 4. Index by Composers Piano SaxophoneALFREDO D’AMBROSIO , , , . . , . Canzonetta, Op. G , . . . . . . . 2 2JOHANN SEBASTIAN . . . . . . Sicilienne and Allegro BACH (from: Flute Sonata N o . 2) . . . . . . 7 4 CHOPIN . . . . . . . . Nocturne, Op. Posth.FRÉDÉRIC . . . . . . . . . 15 7ANTONINDvo~~AK . . . . . . . . Larghetto (from: Sonntina, O p . 100) . . . . 19 8ANTONIN DVORAK . . . . . . . . . Romantic Piece. Op. 7 5 . No. 1 . . . . . 22 9ENRIQUE GRAS ADOS . . . . . . . . Intermezzo (from : Goye.ccas) . 26 10E ~ ~ V AGRIEG RB . . . . . . . Album Leaf (from. Lyric Pieces, Op. 12) . . 32 12JOSEPH HAYDN. . . . . . . . . . Gypsy R o n d o . , . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5 13JOSEPH HAYDN . . . . . . . . . Minuet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 15WOLFGANGI A D E u s MOZART. Ax . , . hIinuet (from: Diuertirnento in D,K . 334) . 44 16WOLFGANG MOZART. . . . Rondo in D AMADEUS . . . . . 48 18MODESTMUSSORGÇKY . . T h e Old Castle (from: Pictures at an Exhibition) , 53 20SERGEY RACHMANINOFF . . . . I’ocalise, Op. 34, No. 14 . . . . . . . . . 58 22MAURICERAVEL . . . . . . . . . Sonatine (from: First Movement) . . . . . 62 23 SCHUMANN . . . . . . . Fantasy Piece, Op. 7 3 , No. 3ROBERT . 68 25
  5. 5. 1. Canzonetta Alfred0 dAmbrosio, Op. 6 (1871 - 1914) Allegretto moderato J = 80 Alto * n L - 1 I - I - I I I I" Y Piano f P O M C M L X V , by G. Schirmer,Inc. lnternational Copyright Secured45722~ Printed in the U. S . -2.
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  7. 7. 4 poco accel. cresc. @ Più lento J = 7245722
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  10. 10. 7 2. Sicilienne and Allegro from: Flute Sonata No. 2 Sicilienne Johann Sebastian Bach II" a legato I l -I I45722
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  18. 18. 15 3. Nocturne Frédéric Chopin, Op. Posth. - (1810 1849) Transcribed by Francis L. York Lento con gran espressione J=69 i l mf I- l= una corda ci p dolce -- " -=========- Copyright, 1949, by G . Schirnter, Inc.45732 International Copyright Secured
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  22. 22. 19 4. Larghetto f r o m : Sonatina Op, 100 Antonin DvoPakLarghetto J = 66
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  25. 25. 22 5. Romantic Piece Antonin Dvofak,Op. 75, No.1 Allegro moderato J = 96 molto espressivo cresc. 13- 7 l l45722
  26. 26. 23 A i I G b c: cresc. 4 - 3 I J dim. f Iii 43722
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  28. 28. 25 In O I cresc. poco meno moss0 dim. - D O C 0 171RIM mOSS0457.22
  29. 29. 26 6. Intermezzo from: Goyescas Enrique Granados (1867- 1916) ModeratoI senza pedale 45722 O .%lC.ifXV,by G . Schirrner, Inc. International Copyright Secured Printed in U.S.A.
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  35. 35. 32 7. Album - Leaf from: Lyric Pieces, Op. 12 Edward Grieg45722
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  38. 38. 358. Gypsy Rondo Joseph Haydn
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  44. 44. 41 9. Minuet Joseph HaydnPl -====== If
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  47. 47. 44 10. Minuet from: Divertimento in D, K, 334 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756- 1791)II 45722
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  51. 51. 48 11. Rondo in D - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Allegro J = 120 Y45722
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  56. 56. 53 12. The Old Castle from: Pictures at an Exhibition Modest Mussorgsky Andante cantabile J.= 51 (1839- 1881) Ai -=========- ‘$5122
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  61. 61. 58 13. Vocalise Sergey Rachmaninoff, Op. 34,No. 14 Lentamente e molto cantabile J=58 - (1873 1943) i *To be played only upon repetition of the first sectioniii I45722
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  65. 65. 62 14. Sonatine (from: First movement) Maurice Ravel (1875 1937) + fi re hv / d n e iii - I ri -- - I I 15722
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  71. 71. 68 15. Fantasy Piece Robert Schumann, Op. 73, NO. 3 - (1810 1856)
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