Well, I missed last week's upload and blog post, but I'm making up for it this week with TWO new pieces. The first is Mozart's setting of "Ave verum corpus" transcribed for saxophone quartet. You can download it free here:
The second is an arrangement of the spiritual "Go Tell It on the Mountain," also for saxophone quartet. This arrangement was originally conceived as a piano solo, later adapted for choir, and finally for sax quartet where I feel it has found a permanent home. The jazz style and interplay of parts makes it particularly appropriate for a group of saxophones. It will be available for $2.99 here:
Unfortunately at the time I am writing this, the arrangement is still being processed. That's the trouble with uploading on the weekend, I suppose. But the real reason it hasn't been processed yet is that I've included an audio sample of the piece. For now, you can listen to the sample here:
I bought myself a portable audio recorder for Christmas, so I will be uploading more sound samples of my works in the future. And just for fun, here's another recording I made while testing my recorder early on:
Don't forget all of my music is currently 25% off! This is only through the end of January, so act fast if you want this deal! If you're a sax player, make sure to check out my transcriptions; they're all currently free!