Cecile Chaminade Havanaise (Tango) for saxophone trio
Cecile Chaminade was one of the pioneers of women composers in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Her Havanaise Op. 57 was written for piano and published in 1905. The name, Havanaise, has to do with the people and their music in Havana, Cuba. The piece uses a habanera / tango rhythm throughout and frequently is written with three parts, making it ideal for a saxophone trio arrangement (alto , tenor, baritone).
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