Ballade for Alto Saxophone and Piano Leduc Softcover

Ballade for Alto Saxophone and Piano Leduc Softcover

  • Leduc
  • Alphonse Leduc
  • Softcover
  • Henri Tomasi
  • $50.70 (US)

Ballade for Alto Saxophone and Piano was composed in 1938 by the French composer Henri Tomasi (1901-1971). Introduced by a poem by Suzanne Mallard, his wife, Ballade is a 15-minute work that covers and alternates between different styles such as andantino, guigue and blues. The poem refers to a clown who claims his story to the night. It is a short poem of four verses, composed with rhymes in A/B/A/B formation. Henri Tomasi, who won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1927, also composed a variety of concertos for alto saxophone, for trumpet and for trombone, as well as some ballades.

Instrumentation

  • Alto Saxophone

Product Details

  • #HL 48180936
  • 888680787103
  • AL19803
  • 9.25"
  • 12.25"
  • 30 Pages

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