Georges Guilhaud’s “Trois Pièces” for saxophone and piano is now available for download in our sheet music section. Click here to view this piece.
Very little is known about Georges Guilhaud other than he was born in 1851, and composed for the oboe. His Premier Concertino, dedicated to Gillet was selected as the pièce de concours on three occasions. The three pieces were not written at the same time, Polonaise was written in June 1885 and is a longer composition than the other two, Madrigal and Andante Religieux which were written in June 1887. To our knowledge these pieces have not been published and all performance marks are those of the composer.
Our latest audio download is the short piece TRIp by Chris Jolly, as featured in our video above. It will be available for download only very shortly….
….and also coming soon…..Rob Keeley works for clarinet and saxophone…..watch this space!
“Bursting with character and detail…fast paced, carefree, but not without sensitivity. Campbell employs plenty of rubato in a refreshing performance that vies for the top spot. With vital support from the Aurora Orchestra.”
An exciting release featuring one of the best-loved British concertos and two premiere recordings. As well as the Finzi concerto, David Campbell brings his authoritative playing to two works for clarinet and orchestra, which were specially written for him.