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Paul Brodie, Myriam Shechter - The Golden Age Of The Saxophone (1915 to 1930) album flac

Performer: Paul Brodie
Title: The Golden Age Of The Saxophone (1915 to 1930)
Released: 1983
Rating: 4.4
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Live performance by Paul Brodie (Saxophone) and Myriam Shechter (Piano,) February 23 1982 at the St. Lawrence Centre in Toronto, Canada. Cover Art by Canadian Fiber Artist Rima Brodie. Zez Confrey appears incorrectly as Sez Confrey in tracklisting. Manufacturing company identified by the catalog number.

Live performance by Paul Brodie (Saxophone) and Myriam Shechter (Piano,) February 23 1982 at the St.

La Cinquantaine, "The Golden Wedding" - Gabriel-Marie, Myriam Shechter. 2. Serenade Badine - Gabriel-Marie, Myriam Shechter. 3. Miniature Viennese March - Fritz Kreisler, Myriam Shechter. 37, DLR I:2 (arr. for saxophone and piano): Danza espanola in E Minor, Op. 37, No. 5, "Playera" - Anonymous, Enrique Granados, Myriam Shechter. 15. Salut d'amour, Op. 12 - Anonymous, Edward Elgar, Myriam Shechter.

The Golden Age of the Saxophone. Miniature Viennese March. 5. Minuet from l'Arlesienne. Other albums by Paul Brodie. Paul Brodie 7/1/2001. 1 La Cinquantaine Paul Brodie 2:42. 2 Sérénade Badine Paul Brodie 2:39. 3 Miniature Viennese March Paul Brodie 2:45. 4 Liebesfreud Paul Brodie 2:56.

LyricsLa Cinquantaine, "The Golde. abriel-Marie, Paul Brodie, Myriam Shechter.

Paul Brodie, OC (April 10, 1934 – November 19, 2007) was a Canadian saxophonist, pupil of Marcel Mule. Since 1960, he performed over 3000 concerts in Canada, . Mexico, France, England, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Israel, Australia, China, Italy, Scotland, Russia and Argentina (1998)

Tracklist

A1 Gabriel Marie* La Ciquantine 2:35
A2 Gabriel Marie* Serenade Badine 2:29
A3 Fritz Kreisler Miniature Viennese March 2:34
A4 Fritz Kreisler Schön Rosmarin 1:44
A5 Fritz Kreisler Rondino 2:18
A6 Fritz Kreisler Liebesfreud 2:45
A7 Georges Bizet Minuet From L'Arlesienne 3:23
B1 Riccardo Drigo Serenade 3:00
B2 Maurice Ravel Piéce En Forme De Habanera 2:48
B3 Edward C. Barroll The Piggle-Wiggle 2:54
B4 F. Wangermee Ambassador - Valse Intermezzo 3:09
B5 Andy Sannella Jack And Jill 3:41
B6 Albert Bräu Karussel 2:54
C1 Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff Vocalise 4:35
C2 František Drdla Souvenir 2:35
C3 Isaac Albéniz Tango 3:30
C4 Enrique Granados Playera 3:13
C5 Sir Edward Elgar Salut D'Amour 2:22
C6 George Gershwin Prelude No. 2 3:12
D1 Rudy Wiedoeft Valse Marilyn 2:54
D2 Rudy Wiedoeft Valse Vanite 3:07
D3 Rudy Wiedoeft Sax-A-Doodle 3:20
D4 Rudy Wiedoeft Sax-A-Fun 2:26
D5 Frédéric Chopin Largo 2:31
D6 Zez Confrey Dizzy Fingers 2:11

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Lacquer Cut At – McClear Place
  • Manufactured By – World Records – WRC6-2543
  • Copyright (c) – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Notes

Live performance by Paul Brodie (Saxophone) and Myriam Shechter (Piano,) February 23 1982 at the St. Lawrence Centre in Toronto, Canada. Cover Art by Canadian Fiber Artist Rima Brodie. Rudy Wiedoeft appears credited on tracklisting as "Rudy Weidoft", however appears correctly below as Wiedoeft in notes. Zez Confrey appears incorrectly as Sez Confrey in tracklisting.

Manufacturing company identified by the catalog number.
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