Title: Bell & Howl
Genre: Wind Ensemble
Instrumentation: for Solo Saxophone(s) and Wind Ensemble
"Bell & Howl" is a programmatic work depicting a typical day in the life of saxophonist Lee Elderton during a period in his life in 1998. Each movement represents a different segment of that day, and the various moods that embodied him. From the serenity of the first movement through the raucous and humorous finale, the piece was orchestrated with the intent to not only entertain the audience; but the soloist, players, and conductor as well while using a traditional setting for Wind Ensemble. The soloist is featured on alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, and in one movement, both alto and soprano simultaneously!
Orchestration/Adaptation: W. Baxter
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Score sample: none available
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