“Sevilla” was originally part of Albéniz’ s “Suite Española” written for piano. It was transcribed for classical guitar and became well known from performances by players such as John Williams and Julian Bream. “Sevilla” is a lively dance, interspersed with more lyrical, romantic sections.
This arrangement requires a minimum of 8 saxophones, and 3 alternative parts are provided to allow for flexibility of line-up.
The E-Edition PDF bundle comes with the following:
Soprano Saxophone 1
Soprano Saxophone 2 (alternative to Alto Saxophone 3)
Alto Saxophone 1
Alto Saxophone 2
Tenor Saxophone 1 (alternative to Alto Saxophone 4)
Tenor Saxophone 2
Baritone Saxophone 1 (alternative to Tenor Saxophone 3)
Baritone Saxophone 2
Alto Saxophone 3 (alternative to Soprano Saxophone 2)
Alto Saxophone 4 (alternative to Tenor Saxophone 1)
Tenor Saxophone 3 (alternative to Baritone Saxophone 1)