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Please be seated while we play Four5

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Walter Martin

on 23 April 2014

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Transcript of Please be seated while we play Four5

Please be seated while we play Four
by John Cage
Melodies for Saxophone
The Difficulties
Mark Engebretson
Brian
Lampkin
electronica
poetry
Far Away
Last Tango
in
Bayreuth
Peter Schickele
Shetland Sequence
Traditional, arranged by Jan Steele
10 minute Intermission
as played by the Columbia Saxophone Sextette (1919)
Beautiful Ohio Blues by Robert King
Smiles and Chuckles by F. Henri Klickmann
as played by the Six Brown Brothers (1917)
transcribed by David Lovrien
We always knew this about sax players didn't we folks?
Capriol Suite
arr. by Jacques Larocque
Basse danse
Pavane
Tordion
Bransles
Pieds en L'air
Mattachins (Sword Dance)
Festive Overture, Op. 96
Dmitri Shostakovich
arr. by José Riojas
Keith Emerson
Trilogy
Greg Lake
arr. Walt Martin
Philip Glass
5
Peter Warlock
Ecstatic
Fanfare
Steven Bryant
arr. José Riojas
Takatsugu Muramatsu
For more information about the UNC music program please visit: http://music.unc.edu
This electronic program and extended program notes can be seen at: http://ncsaxensemble.org
No, we're not playing anything by Kenny G.
Sorry!
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