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Athanasios Zervas

Saxologies, I. for baritone

Saxologies (2005) is a composition for four saxophones (SATB, one player) and piano, in four movements. Each movement presents a different saxophone as solo instrument (I. baritone, II. tenor, III. alto, IV. soprano). It is performed and recorded by the virtuosi Leo Saguiguit, saxophones, and Peter Miyamoto, piano, both professors at the University of Missouri. The recording and mastering was done in the electronic studio of University of Central Missouri by the professor and director of the studio Eric Honour.

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Saxologies, IV. for soprano

Saxologies (2005) is a composition for four saxophones (SATB, one player) and piano, in four movements. Each movement presents a different saxophone as solo instrument (I. baritone, II. tenor, III. alto, IV. soprano). It is performed and recorded by the virtuosi Leo Saguiguit, saxophones, and Peter Miyamoto, piano, both professors at the University of Missouri. The recording and mastering was done in the electronic studio of University of Central Missouri by the professor and director of the studio Eric Honour.

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Saxologies, III. for alto

Saxologies (2005) is a composition for four saxophones (SATB, one player) and piano, in four movements. Each movement presents a different saxophone as solo instrument (I. baritone, II. tenor, III. alto, IV. soprano). It is performed and recorded by the virtuosi Leo Saguiguit, saxophones, and Peter Miyamoto, piano, both professors at the University of Missouri. The recording and mastering was done in the electronic studio of University of Central Missouri by the professor and director of the studio Eric Honour.

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