Richard Lane (1933-2004)
On September 3, 2004, a police patrol intercepted a convertible Ford Mustang that was zigzagging out of control.
Richard Lane had just left Cape Cod, where he spent his summers composing, and suffered a stroke while driving back to his home in Paterson, New Jersey. He was urgently taken to Newark University Hospital, but nine days later, he passed away, leaving behind a rich legacy of over 500...
This Sonata for alto saxophone and piano is a perfect recital piece of medium difficulty, very melodious, supported by a piano accompaniment with a rich musical colour palette, creating wonderful atmospheres.
- Editions Bim
- I. Moderato (4')
II. Largo (3'30)
III. Allegro vivace (2'30)