The Saxophone Symposium, vol 24 (1999)

The Saxophone Symposium, vol 24 (1999)

Code: NASA-v24
Publisher: NASA

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The Saxophone Symposium, vol 24 (1999) includes the following featured articles:
  • Elizabeth Berry Kidd: The Lilith Myth: Its History, Psychology, Role in Contempory Art Music as Portrayed in William Bolcom's Lilith for Alto Saxophone and Piano
  • Joren Cain: The Saxophone Sonatas of Edison Denisov: A Study of Continuity
  • Andy Wen: The Music of Ryo Noda, Part II: An Analysis of Improvisation I
  • William Graves: Musical Styles and the Concertino da Camera
  • Michael Thrasher/Kris Chesky: Medical Problems of Saxophonists: A Comparison of Physical and Psychological Dysfunction Among Classical and Non-classical Performers
  • Denise Dabney: Refining the American Classroom: Changing Roles of Time and Place in Post-modern Education
  • Russell Peterson: An Interview with David Maslanka
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The Saxophone Symposium vol 24