Version for Saxophone quinet (3x alto, 2x tenor) part from Suite for 5 recorders

Anthony Holborn
5 minutes
Classical music

Little is known about the life of Anthony Holborn (? - 1602) - but what I do know that his music is really marvellous: it is full of colour and enthousiastic liveliness. I do not have words enough to describe how much I've always enjoyed playing these pieces of music (and especially part 4: The Honie Suckle)

This suite is very transparant; it can also be played on violins or other types of woodwind other than the recorder.

All parts are very well - but: I like part 4 (The Honie Suckle) very much because it appeals to the deep inner music in me. I've even dreamt about this music!

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