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Turkish Dance Melodies (Conductor Score & Parts), 5 Saxophones SAATBar (Saxophone), #YL01-ADV7544 Traditional / arr. Albert Loritz
Turkish Dance Melodies


 
Turkish Dance Melodies (Conductor Score & Parts), 5 Saxophones SAATBar (Saxophone), #YL01-ADV7544 Traditional / arr. Albert Loritz

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Turkish Dance Melodies (Conductor Score & Parts), 5 Saxophones SAATBar (Saxophone), #YL01-ADV7544 : Traditional / arr. Albert Loritz : Woodwind - Saxophone Quintet : Conductor Score & Parts : Advance Music
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Albert Loritz gives the Turkish Dance Melodies an atmospheric oriental feast arranged for saxophone quintet (SAATBar). Features interwoven melodies and sounds of the Bosporus, Black Sea, and mountains of Anatolia.

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PublisherAlfred Publishing
Format Conductor Score & Parts
Instrumentation 5 Saxophones SAATBar
Instrument Saxophone
Category Woodwind - Saxophone Quintet
Shipping Weight0.30   lbs
Alfred Publishing Item 01-ADV7544
Product Code YL01-ADV7544
UPC Code805095075441

Albert Loritz : Arranger

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