Jules Demersseman:
Fantaisie-Pastorale for Soprano Saxophone & Piano

A compatriot and contemporary of Adolphe Sax, Belgian composer Jules Demersseman evidently greeted the invention of the saxophone with considerable enthusiasm, having composed several light solo pieces for the instrument during his short lifespan of 1833–1866. This short original work for soprano saxophone and piano is cast in the key of C (saxophone in D) and features a simple and lovely opening Andante, faster sections of moderate technical difficulty, a brief cadenza, a return of the Andante, and ends with a flourish. approx. 4 min.


"Single Reed Expressions," Vol. 1. Ronald Caravan, soprano saxophone. Mark Records, 51601-MCD.

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