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If you're looking for new repertoire to perform, it is often helpful to browse the Music Library's scores. The following call number ranges are for saxophone music; individual works within these numbers are arranged alphabetically by composer or arranger:
M105-M109, Saxophone alone
M268-M269, Saxophone and piano
M1034 .S4, Saxophone with orchestra (full score)
M1035.S4, Saxophone with orchestra (piano reduction)
M1134.S4, Saxophone with string orchestra (full score)
M1134.S4, Saxophone with string orchestra (piano reduction)
M1205-M1206, Solo instrument with band
Saxophone Music Bibliographies:
Bibliographies compile lists of materials by topic. The Music Library owns several bibliographies of saxophone music that can help you to find repertoire by composer, difficulty level, etc.
One Hundred Fifty Years of Music for Saxophone by Jean-Marie Londeix; Bruce Ronkin (Editor)
Call Number: Music Reference, ML128 .S247 L62 1994
Publication Date: 1994-10-01
Saxophone Soloists and Their Music, 1844-1985 by Harry R. Gee
Call Number: Music Reference, ML128 .S247 G4 1986
Publication Date: 1986-05-01
Books on the Saxophone:
In addition to the titles listed below, you can browse for books about the saxophone in the following call number ranges:
ML 419, Biographies of instrumentalists
ML975-ML978, General: History and Construction; Music and playing
Check out the Library Search which finds print and electronic items, including journal and newspaper articles, book chapters, books, reviews, legal documents, and much more. Note: Due to licensing restrictions, some content is only available to current students, faculty, and staff.
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