Harfleur Song, Paul Harvey

Harvey, Paul

1918 —
2009

Harvey, Paul is an English saxophonist, professor, composer and arranger, born in Sheffield in 1935. He is the founder of the London Saxophone Quartet, and has composed over thirty works for saxophone, many of which, like The Harfleur Song, are clearly inspired by the music of the Renaissance.

Westminster Church: Amherst Saxophone Quartet

Works reviewed: 
Domine, exaudi orationem meam, Josquin Desprez
Ave Maria, Josquin Desprez
Missa Pange lingua, Josquin Desprez
Suite Francaise (1935), Francis Poulenc
Vue sur les Jardins Interdits (1973), Henri Pousseur
Songs, Book III , John Dowland
Harfleur Song, Paul Harvey
Buffalo News, The
Buffalo, NY
Dec 3 2001
By: 
Jan Jezioro

The Amherst Saxophone Quartet performed numbers from its recently released CD during a show Friday in Westminster Presbyterian Church. Read more »

ASQ's 'Renaissance Sax' is one for the ages

Works reviewed: 
L'homme arme, Josquin Desprez
Absalon Fili Mi, Josquin Desprez
De Profundis Clamavi, Josquin Desprez
Salve Regina, Josquin Desprez
O bone et dulcissime Jesu, Josquin Desprez
Missa Pange lingua, Josquin Desprez
Harfleur Song, Paul Harvey
Vue sur les Jardins Interdits (1973), Henri Pousseur
Suite Francaise (1935), Francis Poulenc
The Buffalo News
Buffalo, NY
Oct 29 1999
By: 
Herman Trotter

For sheer, unadulterated beauty, this concert must rank as one of the most memorable in the Amherst Saxophone Quartet's 22 years of public life. The program's title is "Renaissance Sax," chosen because all the music is either from, or related in some way to, that period (approximately 1400-1600 A.D.) in musical history. Read more »

Harfleur Song, Paul Harvey

Genre: 
Sax Quartets 1978 - Present
Composer: 
Harvey
Composer First Names: 
Paul
Composition Date: 
1978
Composed for the ASQ: 
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