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Souvenirs de Bade for alto saxophone and piano

Souvenir de Bade

Soualle not only performed on the clarinet, saxophone and piano, but also frequently sang during his concerts. He also wrote songs while he was in London. Bade was the name of an independant Duchy which bordered France and Switzerland which existed until the Second World War. The name Bade is derived from the town of Baden-Baden. The work is divided into four sections: an introduction and Aria, and a sert of two variations on an unidentified theme which is probably a folktune from the region, a Gaellic Romance and a final Valse Brillante. The work is the only known piece in Soualle's output originally written for the clarinet. A transcription for alto saxophone is provided to allow saxophonists the possibility to play the entire cycle of "Souvenirs".

Score and Part 14€95