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Rae, Various: Take Another Ten

(Arranger: James Rae)

  • for saxophone and piano
  • Composer: James Rae Various
  • Arranger: James Rae
  • Table of contents:
    Ellington, Duke: It Don't Mean a Thing (if ain't got that swing)
    Bach, Johann Sebastian: Air on a G String
    Weill, Kurt: September Song
    Purcell, Henry: Rondeau (from Abdelazar)
    Grieg, Edvard: Autumn Thoughts
    Rae, James: Matt's New Motor
    Fauré, Gabriel: Après un Rêve
    Strachey/Link: These Foolish Things
    Bizet, Georges: Habanera
    : All Through the Night
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James Rae: Take Another Ten for alto or tenor saxophone and piano | UE21170

10 Popular Pieces from Bach to Duke Ellington

  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Grade: 2-4
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-1894-6
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-06752-5
€19.95
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Description

10 popular pieces representing a wide range of musical styles, from Bach to the present day, arranged for Eb Alto or Bb Tenor Saxophone and piano. Arrangements include works by Bach, Purcell, Fauré, Bizet, Weill, Strachey & Link and Duke Ellington.

Contents

  • Ellington, Duke: It Don't Mean a Thing (if ain't got that swing)
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian: Air on a G String
  • Weill, Kurt: September Song
  • Purcell, Henry: Rondeau (from Abdelazar)
  • Grieg, Edvard: Autumn Thoughts
  • Rae, James: Matt's New Motor
  • Fauré, Gabriel: Après un Rêve
  • Strachey/Link: These Foolish Things
  • Bizet, Georges: Habanera
  • All Through the Night

Reviews

James Rae has written so much for saxophones and here he comes forward with yet another enjoyable album, arranged skilfully as always, and containing some instructive as well as pleasing tunes. My team of helpers voted this a great book. One of their main comments was that the layout and printing were very clear which they said made the playing so much more pleasant. A favourite was Purcell's "Rondeau" from Abdelazar, better known to many of us as the theme from A Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra. All the numbers fit both tenor and alto saxes equally well which is unusual in such an album. (…) The piano parts are well cast and lie under the hands comfortably. The mix of classical and jazz styles is appealing to the player. A good addition to the teaching repertoire. Clarinet & Saxophone 03/2004

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