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The Lone Ar-ranger! (Saxophone Quintet)

Composer
arr. Philip R Buttall
Year of composition
2012
Publisher
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Quintet
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The Lone Ar-ranger! has always been my most popular piece, and indeed was the first piece I ever uploaded to the former SibeliusMusic site.

I have been asked for many different arrangements /permutations since then, and recently heard from Debby Hutt, a former member of the National Saxophone Ensemble (UK).

She had seen and enjoyed some of my existing arrangements for the basic Saxophone Quartet rig (SATB), but was now often playing in a ’quintet’ format, where a second Alto Sax part was added.

She suggested I might amend all my existing quartet arrangements, by providing them with an additional optional second alto part, which would then turn the stand-alone quartets into ready-made quintets.

In the present case, I don’t have a saxophone quartet available at ScoreExchange, as it is published separately at Saxtet Publications,so have made this particular one specifically for the quintet configuration.

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