Time Pieces is an exciting series of repertoire which explores the wealth of music written from the thirteenth century to the present day. The pieces are presented chronologically within each volume and all include the year in which they were written too, so you can map your journey through time! Time Pieces for E flat Saxophone is a two-volume anthology providing a graded selection of well-crafted and idiomatic arrangements for saxophone and piano, Grades 1 to 5.
All of them have been carefully written by Ian Denley to practise the note ranges and keys of the early grades while providing straightforward piano accompaniments for the teacher to play. From Dowland to Vaughan Williams and from Lully to Weill, Time Pieces for E flat Saxophone allows the pupil to
get a real feel for the different styles of music through time and will provide an invaluable, varied source of further study and recital repertoire.
A Romp [Anon.] ; The Rune of the Weaver [Anon.] ; A Plain Song [Anon.] ; Fine Knacks for Ladies from Second Book of Songs or Ayres [John Dowland] ; In Sherwood livde stout Robin Hood from Fourth Booke of Ayres [Robert Jones] ; Bourree 2 from English Suite No. 2, BWV 807 [J. S. Bach] ; Marche funebre del Signor Maestro Contrapunto, K. 453a [Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart] ; Minuet from 12 German Dances, Hob. IX/10 [Joseph Haydn] ; Romance from L'elisir d'amore [Donizetti] ; Serenade from Harold in Italy, Op. 16 [Hector Berlioz] ; Grandfather's Dance from The Nutcracker, Op.71 [Tchaikovsky] ; Prelude (from Jack in the Box) [Eric Satie] ; Linden Lea [Vaughan Williams] ; The Joker from In aller Fruhe, Op. 126b [Alexander Grechaninov] ; My Horse has Cast a Shoe from Pacific 1860 [Coward] ; On the Hills from In Ireland [Corker] ; Promenade from Simple Suite No. 3 [Reeman] ; A Christmas Tune [Gordon Jacob] ; The Merry Peasant (Frohlicher Landmann), Op. 68 No. 10 [Robert Schumann] ; Bois epais, from Amadis, Op. 63 [Lully]