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Danza: El que bailo con el Diablo

saxophone quartet edition

Composed by: R.A. Moulds
Genre: Contemporary

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Well, if you like polyrhythms this baby's for you! Seriously though, R A Moulds is a class composer as anyone who has played his 'Three Russian Songs' will verify. This is a flowing work which will test most quartets. The challenge of this piece is to get the cross rhythms accurate without compromising the music's natural flow. A soprano with a top G would be useful as well. Foot stamps add to the Spanish flamenco feel of the piece. This is an original work which would well worth all the rehearsal time necessary to bring it to fruition.
Gerard McChrystal - Clarinet & Saxophone Magazine, Summer 2006

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Cat Ref:
077
Difficulty:
E+
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