Carlo Pinto, Saxophone Quartet (1985)

Saxophone Quartet (1985), Carlo Pinto

Mr. Pinto composed Saxophone Quartet (1985) for the Amherst Saxophone Quartet, at their invitation. He described the work in the following terms: "The work is intended for virtuoso saxophone playing including a quasi-cadenza in the third movement. It employs a combination of tonal and atonal systems, and although written in an apparently conventional three movement form, I consider the work as a single continuous unit, reinforced by the fact that the beginning and the end form a type of prelude and postlude. Read more »

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