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  • Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869):
  • 1Hector Berlioz arr. Shinichi Iwamoto: Le Corsaire07:43
  • Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828):
  • 2Franz Schubert: Trio in B-flat Major05:29
  • Jean-Baptiste Singelée (1812 - 1875):
  • 3Jean-Baptiste Singelée: Grand Quatuor Concertant06:15
  • Alain Crepin (b.1954):
  • 4Alain Crepin: A Tribute to Sax10:55
  • Romain Zante:
  • 5Romain Zante: Fantasy on a Japanese Song07:46
  • Christian Lauba (b. 1952):
  • 6Christian Lauba: Samba05:01
  • Jan Van der Roost (b.1956):
  • 7Jan Van der Roost: Images18:40
  • François Couperin (1668 - 1733):
  • 8François Couperin: Le Tic-Toc-Choc, ou Les Maillotins03:25
  • Russel Robinson (1892 - 1963) arr. Kenny Werner:
  • 9Russel Robinson arr. Kenny Werner: Portrait Of Jenny07:22
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) arr. Alain Crepin:
  • 10Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - arr. Alain Crepin: Le Nozze di Figaro04:35
  • Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918) arr. Shinichi Iwamoto:
  • 11Claude Debussy arr. Shinichi Iwamoto: L’Isle Joyeuse07:03
  • John Baldwine (1560 - 1615):
  • 12John Baldwine: A Duo from the Baldwine Manuscript03:32
  • Jan Van der Roost (b.1956) arr. Shinichi Iwamoto:
  • 13Jan Van der Roost arr. Shinichi Iwamoto: Hommage à Adolphe Sax03:14
  • André Waignein (1942 - 2015):
  • 14André Waignein: Rhapsody15:51
  • Frank Martin (1890 - 1974):
  • 15Frank Martin: Sonata da Chiesa15:02
  • Joseph Helmesuberger Jr. (1855 -1907) arr. Bert van Thienen:
  • 16Joseph Helmesuberger Jr. arr. Bert van Thienen: Danse Diabolique05:13
  • Alexander Glazounov (1865 - 1936):
  • 17Alexander Glazounov: Chant du Ménestrel Opus 71 (1912)03:48
  • Gabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924):
  • 18Gabriel Fauré: Nocturne, Opus 43 nr.202:15
  • Paquito D´Rivera (b.1948):
  • 19Paquito D´Rivera: Contradanza01:25
  • Total Runtime02:14:34

Info for A Tribute to Sax

In 2014, Adolphe Sax was remembered and celebrated all over the world: indeed the Belgian genius-inventor was born in Dinant in 1814 and he died 80 years later in Paris after a rather turbulent life with several amazing achievements as well as failures and fiascos! In the aftermath of the “International Adolphe Sax Competition”, which was held in November ’14 in his native city, the idea was born to pay hommage to this important figure by recording a Cd featuring his most famous invention: the saxophone. By presenting the saxophone in various combinations (some of which are less common), it becomes clear how versatile and how well integrated this instrument has become in the international music business. It wasn’t easy to make a representative selection as there really is a lot to choose from! We specifically have focused on the soprano and the alto saxophone as the main solo instruments of the entire family, though also the tenor gets some exposure. Another instrument family which is directly related to Sax, the saxhorns (with e.g. the flugelhorn, the euphonium or the bass tuba), is less highlighted on this double Cd: it basically is all about the saxophone, so to say!

Simon Diricq, saxophone
Clément Holvoet, viola
Romain Shainaut, cello
Alain Crepin, saxophone
Julie Delbart, piano
Nikita Zimin, alto, saxophone
Niels Bijl, saxophone
Ronald Moelker, recorder
Frank Vaganee, alto saxophone
Simon Diricq, soprano saxophone
Peter Pieters, organ
Senzoku Gakuen College of Music
Saxophone Orchestra
David Reiland, conductor
Maurice Dubois, conductor
Alain Crepin, conductor
Jan Van der Roost, conductor
Ivan Meylemans, conductor

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