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Perhaps Lotti's most famous composition - the 8-voice Crucifixus. The composer aimed to break the rules of conventional harmony (unprepared dissonances, tritones and the like) and to this end can be called the first 'atonal' piece of music.
Antonio Lotti (ca. 1667 - 5 January 1740) was an Italian composer of classical music.
This arrangement for saxophones can be played by the standard parts SSAATTBB or any combination of the alternative or standard parts. The alternative parts are s/a/sno s/a a a/t t/a t b/t b/bs
Full set of combinations possible:
s/sno/a s/a a a/t t/a t b/t b/bs
2 min, 45 sec
Crucifixus is also available in the following editions: