Sheet Music – £ – A jazz sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano. In printed sheet music format. Composed in by German Jew Erwin Schulhoff, the Hot-Sonate is a delicious hybrid work fusing jazz and modernism from the early twentieth century. Erwin Schulhoff: Hot-Sonate For Alto Saxophone And Piano (Alto Saxophone, Piano Accompaniment, Erwin Schulhoff, Schott Music, Books, 30, ED) en- GB.
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Leonard for soprano or tenor saxophone. The saxophonist Frank Lunte from Berlin was engaged to edit this volume.
Erwin Schulhoff – Hot-Sonate for Alto Saxophone
It is both acid and dark, blending with the soprano saxophone tone, and its three movements Elegy, Scherzo, Lamentation show a refined style reaching its peak.
A masterpiece in the saxophone repertoire commissioned by saxophonist Jean-Marie Londeix, this sonata is one of the first works for saxophone to use contemporary instrumental effects. Paul Hindemith — Sonata for viola op.
It was inspired by jazz, Dada, atonal music and socialist realism. Subscribe to our email newsletters. These miniatures by Pierre Max Dubois, original pieces for saxophone, are small exotic interludes with humorous accents that take us on a round-the-world trip: Erwin Schulhoff — was one of the most original personalities on the music scene of the early 20th century.
His persecution and ostracism by the National Socialists led to his being forgotten for a time, though in recent decades the extraordinary quality of his music has been rediscovered.
It is dedicated to his wife, ballerina Maiya Plisetskaya, for whom he also later wrote two tangos for the stage.
Hot-Sonate (Schulhoff, Erwin) – IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music
Metropolis Berlin, – Share on facebook twitter tumblr. The final movement is a jazz tango. Few European composers of the s and s embraced jazz and added its features to his own style as whole-heartedly as Erwin Schulhoff, born in Prague in Composed in by German Jew Erwin Schulhoff, the Hot-Sonate is a delicious hybrid work fusing jazz and modernism from the early twentieth century.
By that time the English word “Hot” had become a synonym for jazz and this saxophone sonata is thoroughly hot both in that sense and in the expressive, gritty quality of many of its jazz elements. This recital brings together four sonatas: This is “Lamentuoso ma molto grotesco.
Hot-Sonate (Schulhoff, Erwin)
Chamber Music with Wind Instruments. Genre Chamber Music Classical.
The work was premiered by Berlin Funkstunde AG radio station in Introspection Late Night Partying. About the Classical Saxophone. Thema mit Variationen III. It eliminates numerous mistakes found in the first edition that had been reprinted up to the present egwin.
Solo and Ensemble Works, Vol. Allegro moderato A masterpiece in the saxophone repertoire commissioned by saxophonist Jean-Marie Londeix, this sonata is one oht the first works for saxophone to use contemporary instrumental effects. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.
He was an exceptional improviser even in classical music and even more so in jazz. The brief second movement has riff-like figures for saxophone while the texture is held together by a syncopated piano part.
Jazz Latin New Shculhoff. The third movement is the only sonatte with a musical direction the others all have just metronome markings. In it a number of especially high passages can be found in the saxophone part which Schulhoff later simplified for the print edition.
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Sonata for alto saxophone & piano “Hot-Sonata”
Sonata in C minor, RV 53, trans. All the relevant sources were consulted for this edition: The opening movement is a lyrical one, in rhapsodic form, a kind of jazz club-ballad style.
He is an acknowledged expert in this repertoire and in the history of the saxophone, especially its history in s Berlin. This famous fantasy-sonata with its sublime lyricism and charming themes and variations, composed for the viola inadapts perfectly to the warm sound of the saxophone in a dense and subtle dialogue between the two instruments. Braving the prohibitions imposed by the Schulhhoff regime, the composer takes inspiration from the language of jazz in the final movement, producing a work of impressive virtuosity.
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