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Not easy to classify: this began as a straightforward sax quintet either AATTB or SATTB (not jazz this time) in a baroque style, not quite a true fugue, migrating to a disco-feel version at the end. However, when the percussionist heard it, it became impossible to keep him out. The result is an unusual scoring that has five saxes and a 3-part rhythm section. It will still stand without the rhythm, but I have to admit that the rhythm does add quite a lot. I�ve put it under rock & pop because of the ending. In the interests of a balanced playback I have muted the soprano part. NB I have noted that the originally-uploaded score played back too slowly: I have now re-submitted to try to overcome this, but the mp3 is right
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