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Saxophone Ensemble Sheet Music

Discover saxophone ensemble sheet music 5-parts with optional rhythm section (piano, bass and percussion).

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Our originality is to design scores that allow formations of all sizes to sound naturally, homogeneously and harmoniously. All our scores make musical expression pleasant and easy. For more information: click here

An optional rhythm section is included, making it possible to do without the Part. 5* as not all ensembles are fortunate enough to have these bass instruments.

Included parts:
Part 1 : Bb Soprano Sax. (opt.) |Part 1 : Eb Alto Sax. 1 |Part 2 : Eb Alto Sax. 2 |Part 3 : Eb Alto Sax. 3 |Part 4 : Bb Tenor Sax. |Part 5 : Eb Baritone Sax.* |Part 5 : Bb Bass Sax. (opt.)*

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  • 14,90

    Extract from Symphony No. 7 in A Major op. 92 of Ludwig van Beethoven (1791-1828) composed between 1811 and 1812, the theme of the allegretto was recently used for the soundtrack of the film The King’s Speech by Tom Hooper (2014). An arrangement of this theme is proposed here for saxophone ensemble.

  • 17,90

    In 1874, Edvard Grieg composed the music for Henrik Ibsen’s play Peer Gynt. Some movements will be extracted to make two four-movement suites. Here is Anitra’s Dance from Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, arranged for saxophone ensemble.

    Get 50% off the purchase of Peer Gynt Suite No.1.

  • 14,90

    Here is the arrangement of this famous Barcarolle sung as a duet from Offenbach whose first words are: “Belle nuit, ô nuit d’amour”.

  • 19,90

    Bariroots is a reggae tune for saxophone ensemble and rhythm section composed in 2013 by Thomas Pechot for the workshop Week-end Sax’ en Gaume.

  • 24,90

    Do you recognize all these melodies? These were composed by Ludwig van Beethoven. This arrangement includes the introduction to Symphony No. 5, the main themes of Symphony No. 7’s Allegretto, Piano Sonata No. 8, For Elise and Ode to Joy: This is Beethoven Greatest Hits!

  • 19,90

    This Italian folk song has been a hymn to resistance since the beginning of the 20th century. The success of Casa Del Papel has brought it back to the forefront. Get ready for the final season in 2021! 

  • 19,90

    The Bolero is one of the most popular works of classical music in the world. This arrangement takes up the essence of the work in an adapted and reduced version. This score is ideal for a pedagogical presentation of the instruments. 

    Not to be sold in the United States.

  • 17,90
    5.00

    Here is an arrangement for an infernal galop from Jacques Offenbach's famous opera Orpheus in the Underworld. This musical theme still remains today associated with this free and acrobatic dance: the French Cancan.

  • 24,90
    4.00

    Here is a medley of the tunes of the opera Carmen composed by Georges Bizet (1838-1875). You will find in this arrangement for saxophone ensemble the following themes : Aragonaise, Séguedille, Habanera and Toreador’s Song.

  • 19,90

    Extract from the opera La Gioconda composed by Amilcare Ponchielli (1834-1886) first performed in 1876, the Dance of the Hours is the third act final arranged for saxophone ensemble. Walt Disney will used it in animated film Fantasia (1940).

  • 24,90

    Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921) composed in 1874 a tone poem : Danse Macabre, op. 40. This one is accompanied by a poem written by Henri Cazalis whose first lies are : « Zig, zig, zig, Death in cadence, Striking a tomb with his heel, Death at midnight plays a dance-tune, Zig, zig, zag, on his violin ». Danse Macabre was used in a lot of series and movies.

  • 17,90

    This is the Entry of the Gladiators, a work composed by Julius Fucik. Also known as Thunder and Blazes, this march is often associated with circus music.

  • 19,90

    Here is an arrangement of the famous George Bizet’s Farandole from l’Arlésienne.

  • 19,90

    Composed in 1872 then arranged in 1879 by Charles Gounod (1818-1893), the Funeral March of a Marionette is a piano piece, between serious and caricatural arranged for saxophone ensemble. Alfred Hitchcock will choose this theme for his series on American television between 1955 and 1962: Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  • 17,90

    Composed by Claude Debussy between 1906 and 1908 dedicated to his daughter  : « To my dear Chouchou… » , Children’s Corner is a 6-movement suite for solo piano. Here is an arrangement for saxophone ensemble of the best-known movement : Golliwogg’s Cakewalk.

  • 17,90

    In 1741, Georg Friedrich Haendel composed an oratorio considered as the masterpiece of the genre: The Messiah. Here is an arrangement of the famous Hallelujah for saxophone ensemble.

  • 14,90

    This famous Christmas choral is the adaptation of Willam H. Cummings of the second movement of Festgesang zum Gutenbergfest composed in 1840 by Felix Mendelssohn. Here is an arrangement for saxophone ensemble and optional rhythm section.

  • 17,90
    4.50

    Between 1867 and 1880 Johannes Brahms composed The Hungarian Dances for piano with 4 hands. There are twenty-one excerpts from traditional gypsy tunes. Here is the arrangement of one of the most famous: The Hungarian Dance No. 5 used especially in a scene of the film The Great Dictator of Charlie Chaplin.

  • 17,90

    In 1874, Edvard Grieg composed the music for Henrik Ibsen’s play Peer Gynt. Some movements will be extracted to make two four-movement suites. Here is In the Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, arranged for saxophone ensemble.

    Get 50% off the purchase of Peer Gynt Suite No.1.

     

  • 14,90

    Extract from the opera in one act Cavalleria Rusticana composed in 1890 by Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945) arranged for saxophone ensemble.