Sonata for Saxophone and Harp


Andy Scott’s three-movement Sonata for Saxophone and Harp (originally written for flute and harp) is for alto saxophone and pedal harp. Influenced by Eastern European folk rhythms and jazz harmony, Scott’s writing calls for extended techniques and timbres, including using the harp as a percussion instrument to create rhythmic intensity. Scroll down for more notes from the composer.

This piece is available as a PDF download for $22.00 (includes two individual parts; no score is available).

Length: parts are 12 and 21 pgs.

Duration: 9:00

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