Here's some listening for you that does not require any purchasing. These are some of my favorite recordings of... myself. http://www.myspace.com/arsaxquartet
1) Georgia on my mind - AATB Saxes, all played by me overdubbing on a digital recorder. Arranged by Paul Coats, Bayou Sax Ensemble <sometimes this one just does not play, I may end up uploading something to replace it...>
2) Air for 4 English horns - Originally for SATB sax quartet. My arrangement is in a closed voicing, so there's some interesting "harmonies" Again, all 4 parts are me. This is my favorite, fo course, since I claim English horn as my primary instrument.
3) Summertime - AATB saxes again. I put this one up because it's one of my favorite all time sax arrangements, I played this in my college sax choir, but this recording is all me again. This one is by Paul Coats as well.
4) Ode to an Alligator - This was my professor's favorite song from my sax choir days. I am playing the solo soprano (awful little 20's vintage curved beastie, but I think I did ok with it) I'm accompanied by the Treasure Valley Sax Choir (My invention 4 years ago, and still going strong now that I've moved on) If I remember correctly, the instrumentation is AAATTB. This is from the recording session that we had the bass sax player sitting in with us, but I'm not hearing a bass, so I don't think she played on this song.
Hope you enjoy. I have quite a bit more, but can only post 4 at a time. I'll let you know when I swap them out.
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