Wind Quartet in Eb Major, Op. 8 #2, Karl Stamitz

Sax quartet, percussionists join in 4 world premieres

Works reviewed: 
Wind Quartet in Eb Major, Op. 8 #2, Karl Stamitz
Nine Waltzes and an Ecossaise (1991), Nils Vigeland
Ives Music Two (1991), Nils Vigeland
Just In, Russ Carere
Rustle Bustle, Russ Carere
Buffalo News
Buffalo, NY
Oct 7 1991
By: 
Herman Trotter

An ephemeral quality seemed almost inadvertently to dominate much of this season opener by the nationally acclaimed, Buffalo-based Amherst Saxophone Quartet.

It was a very attractive program, with four world premieres included: two each by Nils Vigeland, a Buffalo native now an important cog in New York City's contemporary music scene, and by Russ Carerc, the quartet's alto saxophonist. Read more »

Quartet plays Slee with practiced ease

Works reviewed: 
Concerto in F, Op. 3, n. 7, Antonio Vivaldi
Toccata in d minor, Johann Sebastian Bach
Concerto Grosso in e minor, Op. 6 #3, George Fredrick Handel
Sinfonietta in C, Johann Christian Bach
Sinfonia in G Major, Giovanni Battista Sammartini
Wind Quartet in Eb Major, Op. 8 #2, Karl Stamitz
Buffalo News
Buffalo, NY
Apr 8 1997
By: 
Herman Trotter

The Amherst Saxophone Quartet opened Monday's concert with the delightfully breezy Overture to the Concerto in F by Vivaldi, with its fine, high-flying soprano lines.
    
They then proceeded to pack a lot of interesting and varied music into the less than two hours which separated that from the racing and chattery fourth movement Allegro of J. S. Bach's statuesque and nobly sculptured Toccata in D minor, originally for harpsichord, whIch concluded the program.
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Wind Quartet in Eb Major, Op. 8 #2, Karl Stamitz

Genre: 
Classical/Romantic Transcriptions
Composer: 
Stamitz
Composer First Names: 
Karl
Arranger: 
Stephen Rosenthal
Composed for the ASQ: 
Sound Samples
Movement: 
Allegro moderato
Movement: 
Andante
Movement: 
Allegro
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