Sonatina for baritone saxophone and piano

Here's a piece I sorta wrote for my stepson Stephen Morgan (except he never got a chance to play it). It's kind of a test piece, showcasing things that a reasonably adept non-pro sax player should be able to do. Saxophonist is Thomas Lempner, pianist Ms. Morikawa

II. Ballad and Chorus
III.Rondo with Leftovers

UPDATE: For some strange reason, none of these links are working. I'm sending a letter to the Case Blog-Gods for help, but until then, don't frustrate yourselves clicking on the links above.

UPDATE 1/7: I finally got the upload to work. by using Firefox instead of Safari. Sorry I didn't get to it sooner, and thanks to all interested parties for your patience.


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Posted on: December 30, 2009 10:31 PM

Hi Jeffrey. Came here to check out you sax/piano compositions, and clicking on any of the 3 red links gives only about 4-5 seconds of music before stopping...not much to go on, would enjoy hearing the rest.
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When are the links going t be sorted out? I'm anxious to have a go at these pieces with my sister on sax and me on piano. I've only just learned piano so this is going to be a bit of a challenge.



Posted by: mamie
Posted on: January 8, 2010 01:34 AM

I'm really proud to say musician..I love old model piano.Because it gives perfect pitch...
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