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Piano Accompaniments

FOR THE DEVELOPING STUDENTCOMPILED AND EDITED BY DANIEL SCHMIDT

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIVERSAL METHOD FOR SAXOPHONE

FOR THE DEVELOPING STUDENT

An Introduction to the Universal Method for Saxophone Table of ContentsLove Dreams (Liebestrume) F. Liszt ................................................ 3 Serenade (Andante Cantabile from String Quartet No. 8) F.J. Haydn ...................................................... 7 Sicilienne from Pellas et Mlisande G. Faur ................................. 9 Bourre G.F. Handel ........................................................................... 14 Sonata in F Minor for Clarinet and Piano (excerpts) J. Brahms .... 16 For E saxophone only.

COMPILED AND EDITED BY DANIEL SCHMIDT

Piano Accompaniments for E Saxophones

Paul DeVilleLittle is known about Paul DeVille other than the fact that he wrote one of the seminal texts for the teaching of Saxophone which has been the standard for almost 100 years. It is interesting to note that the Universal Method was part of a larger series of books by DeVille. The Universal Method series included pedagogical methods for Flute, Clarinet, Harp, Saxophone, Cornet, Trombone, Sarrusophone and Xylophone all published by Carl Fischer. The Saxophone method is the only method in the Universal Method series that remains in print.

Daniel SchmidtDaniel Schmidt is director of bands and professor of saxophone at Mars Hill College, just outside of Asheville, N.C. He is highly regarded as a woodwind pedagogue and has performed professionally on flute, clarinet and saxophone. Danny is a student of Patrick Meighan, Eric Nestler, James Riggs and Sigurd Rascher and holds degrees from the Florida State University, the University of North Texas, and the University of Kentucky. Dr. Schmidt is a clinician for the Yamaha Corporation of America.

CARL FISCHER

65 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012

Copyright 2002 by Carl Fischer, LLC International Copyright Secured. All rights reserved including performing rights.

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ISBN 0-8258-4884-3

Love Dreams(Liebestrume)

3

Con moto (Saxophone

= ca. 72)a tempo

FRANZ LISZT (1811-1886) Arranged by Daniel Schmidt

a tempo

Piano

7

13

19

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25

poco a poco cresc. ed agitato

poco a poco cresc. ed agitato

31

36

42

poco rall.

poco rall.

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5

47

cadenza

rall.

a tempo

dolce

a tempo

colla parte

50

56

62

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6

68poco a poco ritenuto

poco a poco ritenuto

73

78

84

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SerenadeAndante Cantabile from String Quartet No. 8

7

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN, Hob. III: No. 17 (1732-1809)Andante cantabile ( = 92)Saxophonedolce

Piano

simile

5

9

13

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8

17

21

25

29

33

poco rit.

poco rit.

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Siciliennefrom Pellas et Mlisande

9

GABRIEL FAUR (1845-1924)Allegro molto moderatoSaxophonedolce

Piano

4

7

10

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10

13

16

20

24

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11

28

32cdez

a tempo

dolce

a tempo

cdez

36

40

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44

48

52dolciss.

56

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60

64

68

cdez

a tempo

dolce

a tempo

cdez

72

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14

75

78

81

84

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Bourre( = 92)(2nd time 8va)

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759)

Saxophone1st time 2nd time sempre staccato

Piano

1st time 2nd time

61st time 2nd time

1st time 2nd time

11

17

(2nd time rit.)

(2nd time rit.)

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Sonata in F Minor(Excerpts)JOHANNES BRAHMS, Op. 120, No. 1 (1833-1897) Edited by Daniel Schmidt

Allegro appassionatoSaxophone

Piano

poco

5

poco

133

14

rall.

3

sostenuto ed espressivo

3

rall.

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18

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

223

cresc.

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

cresc.

263 3

sotto voce

3

31

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