Morse Code Pop (quartet)

Morse Code Pop uses a syncopated theme that mimics the sound of a morse code signal. The composer is not fluent in morse code, however, so any specific messages that may result from the motivic material are not intended…

Originally composed as a duet for alto and baritone saxophone for Valerie Vidal and Elizabeth Owsijuk, the work was subsequently arranged for soprano and alto saxophone duo, at the request of Elizabeth Rosinbum and Jessica Voigt for a performance at the 2015 World Saxophone Congress in Strasbourg, and saxophone quartet, at the request of Dan Gelok, the saxophone professor at the University of Houston, Moores School of Music for a performance at the 2016 Texas Music Educators Association Conference.

PURCHASE: Score & Parts, saxophone quartet (PDF via E-mail)
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PURCHASE: Score & Parts, saxophone quartet (Printed via US Mail)
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