Racine Philippe 3 Axes Sax16
Philippe Racine
Trois Axes
for 3 alto saxophones
advanced Duration: 4'50 Swiss Composers Series

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SAX16 Score and parts

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Philippe Racine

Philippe Racine (*1958)

Philippe Racine, born in 1958, studied music in Basle (Switzerland) and Paris. He is considered to be among the most versatile musicians of his generation. As a flute player he gained international fame, not only as a brilliant performer of traditional flute repertoire, but also as a passionate defender of music of our time. He is a member of the Collegium Novum Zurich (Switzerland) and teaches...
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About Trois Axes

Three axes for three saxes

The first saxophone turns around his axis in quintuplets (and “tentuplets”) disguised as sextuplets. The second one does it with triplets disguised as quintuplets and the third one with triplets as sixteenth notes. Each instrument plays very strictly in his own tempo.

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