List of concert works for saxophone

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This is a partial repertoire list of classical works for saxophone.

Opera Fantasy 2019, for alto Saxophone and Orchestra, Christian Lauba

Mambo, 2019, saxophone quartet, Christian Lauba

Broadway Suite, saxophone quartet, Jean Matitia

Flamenco 2017, alto saxophone solo, Christian Lauba

Saxophone and orchestra[edit]

Soprano saxophone and orchestra[edit]

Alto saxophone and orchestra[edit]

Tenor saxophone and orchestra[edit]

  • Suite No. 1 for tenor saxophone and strings (1963)—Alec Wilder
  • Suite No. 2 for tenor saxophone and strings (1966)—Alec Wilder
  • Concerto for tenor saxophone and chamber orchestra (1968)—Alec Wilder
  • Chant premier, Op. 103, sonata for tenor saxophone and orchestra (1974)—Marcel Mihalovici
  • Concerto for tenor saxophone and orchestra (1984)—Robert Ward
  • The Upward Stream concerto for tenor saxophone and orchestra (or symphonic band, or piano) (1985)—Russell Peck
  • Concerto for Stan Getz, for tenor saxophone and orchestra (1990)—Richard Rodney Bennett
  • Concerto for tenor saxophone and orchestra (1992)—Eric Ewazen
  • Concerto for tenor saxophone and orchestra with piano obbligato (2007)—David DeBoor Canfield
  • "Graffiti Play", concerto for Tenor Saxophone, contemporary Jazz Trio (ts, bs, drs) & chamber orchestra (2014)—Esa Pietilä
  • Concerto for tenor saxophone and small orchestra (2015)—Kalevi Aho

Baritone saxophone and orchestra[edit]

  • Rhapsody for Baritone Saxophone and Orchestra (or Wind Orchestra, or Piano) (1983)—Mark Watters
  • Concerto for Baritone Saxophone and String Orchestra (1992)—Werner Wolf Glaser
  • Concertino for Solo Baritone Saxophone and Orchestra (1996)—Robert Nelson
  • Corduroy concertino for baritone saxophone and orchestra (2002–2003)—Herb Gellis
  • Concerto for Baritone Saxophone and Orchestra (2003)—Benjamin Boone
  • ...and dispel the miseries of the world concerto for baritone saxophone and chamber orchestra (2007–2008)—David Gaines
  • Concerto for Baritone Saxophone and Orchestra (2008)—Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Mumbai Concerto for Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone and Orchestra (2004)—Hans Vermeersch
  • Vongole ! for E Baritone Saxophone and Concert Band (2015)—Satoshi Yagisawa
  • Jeru Concerto for E Baritone Saxophone and Chamber Orchestra (2017)—Brian Landrus

Saxophone quartet and orchestra[edit]

  • Concerto Sinfonico for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1985)—Nicolas Flagello
  • Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1986)—Tristan Keuris[19][20]
  • Concerto Grosso for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1988)—Miklós Maros
  • Concierto a cuatro for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1990)—Cristóbal Halffter[21]
  • Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1991)—Michael Nyman
  • Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1992)—Charles Wuorinen[22]
  • Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1995)—Philip Glass[23]
  • Concerto Grosso for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (or Band) (2000)—William Bolcom[24]
  • Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (2001)—Michael Nyman
  • Animal, Vegetable, Mineral for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (2004)—Steven Mackey[25]
  • Water Music for Saxophone Quartet and Chamber Orchestra (2004)—Brett Dean
  • Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Strings (2007)—Sally Beamish
  • Kellot / Bells – Concerto for Saxophon Quartet and Orchestra (2008)—Kalevi Aho
  • Four Preludes for saxophone quartet and string orchestra with percussion, Opus 63 (2015)—Fazil Say
  • Violet Winds concerto for saxophone quartet and chamber orchestra (2015)—Peeter Vähi

Others[edit]

  • Concerto for bass saxophone and strings (1999)—Carson Cooman
  • Concerto for bass saxophone and string orchestra (or piano) (1999)—Jan van Dijk
  • E(GO) for saxophone (soprano/alto/baritone) and orchestra (2012)—Andris Dzenītis
  • The Color of Water for saxophone (soprano/alto/baritone) and orchestra (2017)—Justė Janulytė
  • Mumbai Concerto for alto saxophone, baritone saxophone and orchestra (2004)—Hans Vermeersch

Saxophone and concert band[edit]

Soprano saxophone and concert band[edit]

Alto saxophone and concert band[edit]

  • Concerto for alto saxophone and band (1902)—Paul Gilson
  • Concerto, Op. 26, for alto saxophone and band (or orchestra) (1941)—Paul Creston
  • Diversion for alto saxophone and band (1943)—Bernhard Heiden
  • Concerto for alto saxophone and wind orchestra (1949/1953)—Ingolf Dahl[26]
  • Rhumba for alto saxophone and band (1949)—Maurice Whitney
  • Introduction and Samba for alto saxophone and band (1950)—Maurice Whitney
  • Ballade for Solo Eb Alto saxophone and Band (1956)—Alfred Reed
  • Concerto for E-flat alto saxophone and Band (1966)—Frank William Erickson
  • Concerto No. 1 for alto saxophone and Band (or Piano) (1966)—Walter Hartley
  • Concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble (1966)—Alec Wilder
  • Concerto for alto saxophone and Band (1967)—Karel Husa
  • Fantasy for alto saxophone and concert band (1970?)—Noah Klauss
  • Concertino for alto saxophone and wind ensemble (1971)—Warren Benson
  • Concertino for alto saxophone and band (1974)—Jerry Bilik
  • Miscellanies for alto saxophone and wind band (1976)—Gordon Jacob
  • Heater: Saga for alto saxophone and band (1977)—William Albright
  • Fantasia for alto saxophone (1984)—Claude T. Smith
  • Danza Capriccio for alto saxophone and band (1985)—Ron Nelson
  • Panic: A Dithyramb for alto saxophone, drum kit, winds, brass and percussion (1995)—Harrison Birtwistle[27]
  • Carnival for alto saxophone and concert band (1997)—Philip Sparke
  • Concert-Suite for solo E alto saxophone and band (1998)—William Bolcom
  • Die Heldenzeit, Concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble (1998)—Jun Nagao
  • Concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble (1999)—David Maslanka
  • Arioso and Presto, Op. 108, for alto saxophone and band (2001)—James Barnes
  • Martyrs for the Faith, Concerto for alto saxophone and symphonic winds (2003)—David DeBoor Canfield
  • Elevator Music for alto saxophone and band (2013)—David DeBoor Canfield
  • Concerto after Gliere for alto saxophone and band (2009)—David DeBoor Canfield
  • Concerto Agrariana for alto saxophone and band (2003)—John Cheetham
  • Concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble (2003)—Charles Rochester Young
  • Concertino for alto Saxophone and Wind Ensemble (2004)—Zechariah Goh
  • Dance of Uzume for Alto Saxophone and Symphonic Band (2004)—Piet Swerts
  • Concertango (2008)—Luis Serrano Alarcón
  • Fantasia for alto saxophone and band (2011)—Eric Ewazen
  • Concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble (2013)—Zechariah Goh
  • Concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble (2014)—Steven Bryant
  • Concerto for saxophone and wind ensemble (2014)—Frank Ticheli
  • Fellini (for Alto Saxophone, Circus Band and Wind Orchestra) (2016)—Johan de Meij
  • Pilgrim Concerto, Concerto for alto saxophone and concert band (2012)—Thomas Doss
  • Solace: A Lyric Concerto (for alto saxophone and band) (2018)—Joel Love
  • Break a Reed!: Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Wind Ensemble (2021)—Mitchell T. Gilly
  • Alpenglow (Double Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Tuba) (2021)—Stacy Garrop

Tenor saxophone and concert band[edit]

Baritone saxophone and concert band[edit]

Saxophone quartet and concert band[edit]

Others[edit]

  • Trio Concertino, for alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones and band (or piano) (1999)—Walter Hartley
  • Saxophone Concertino, for saxophone (doubling on both alto and soprano) and wind orchestra (2009)—Satoshi Yagisawa
  • Mystic Quest, concerto for saxophone (doubling on both alto and soprano) and wind ensemble (2013)—Satoshi Yagisawa
  • Three Episodes, for contrabass saxophone and band (?)[clarification needed]—Barton Cummings

Saxophone and piano[edit]

Soprano saxophone and piano[edit]

  • Caprice, Op. 80, for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (1862)—Jean-Baptiste Singelée
  • Quite Time for soprano (or tenor) saxophone and piano (1980)—Ronald L. Caravan
  • Sonata for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (1984)—Ronald L. Caravan
  • Diversions for soprano saxophone and piano (1986)—Charles Rochester Young
  • Sonata for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (1987)—Charles Rochester Young
  • Sonata for Soprano Saxophone in B-flat and Piano (1989)—Jindřich Feld
  • Sonata Aragon for soprano saxophone and piano (1989) – Dave Smith
  • Double Vision for soprano saxophone and piano (1993)—Charles Rochester Young
  • Accompanied Recitative for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (1994)—Milton Babbitt[30]
  • Sonata for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (1994)—Richard Rodney Bennett
  • Vocalise for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (1994)—Bertold Hummel
  • Cries of the Stentor (1994)—Nigel Wood
  • Soliloquy & Celebration for Soprano (or Tenor) Saxophone and Piano (1996)—Ronald L. Caravan
  • Lost in Translation for soprano saxophone and piano (2005)—Dorothy Hindman
  • Fanfares for soprano saxophone and piano (2006)—Huw Watkins
  • Sonata for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (2006–2007)—David DeBoor Canfield
  • ZBOP! for soprano saxophone and piano (2007)—Henry Kelder
  • Für Walter for soprano saxophone and piano, percussion ad libitum (2010)—Toshio Hosokawa
  • Sonata No. 2 for soprano saxophone and piano (2011)—Brian Vlasak

Alto saxophone and piano[edit]

Tenor saxophone and piano[edit]

  • Concerto, Op. 57, for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1858)—Jean-Baptiste Singelée
  • Adagio et rondo, Opus 63 for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1861)—Jean-Baptiste Singelée
  • Solo de concert No. 4, Opus 84 for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1862)—Jean-Baptiste Singelée
  • Solo de concert No. 6, Opus 92 for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1863)—Jean-Baptiste Singelée
  • Premier Solo andante et bolero for tenor saxophone and piano (1866)—Jules Demersseman
  • Sonata for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1967)—James Di Pasquale
  • Sonatina for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1969/95)—Bertold Hummel
  • Sonata for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1974)—Walter Hartley
  • Sonata for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (1979)—William Schmidt
  • September Sonata for tenor saxophone and piano (1985)—John Worley
  • A Down East Sonata for tenor saxophone and piano (1993)—John Worley
  • Rondo Passacaglia for tenor saxophone and piano (1998)—Henry Kelder
  • Sonata for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (2007)—Ronald L. Caravan
  • Quest for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (2008)—Gilad Hochman
  • Sonata for Tenor Saxophone and Piano (2011)—David DeBoor Canfield
  • Saxy for tenor saxophone and piano (2019)—Howard J. Buss
  • Bright Karynge for tenor saxophone and piano (2021)—Joseph Tkach

Baritone saxophone and piano[edit]

Saxophone, piano and percussion[edit]

See List of compositions for saxophone, piano and percussion

Cyberbird Concerto, trio reduction – Yoshimatsu Takashi

Saxophone quartet[edit]

Saxophone and choir[edit]

  • Ave Maris Stella and O Salutaris Hostia for Soprano Saxophone and TTBB Choir (2004)—Gion Antoni Derungs
  • Galgenlieder (Gallows Songs) for Saxophone Quartet and Choir (2014)—Lera Auerbach
  • Galgenlieder (Gallows Songs) for Saxophone Quartet and Children Choir (2015)—Lera Auerbach
  • I Saw Eternity for Soprano Saxophone and TTBB Choir (2012)—Paul Mealor
  • Making or Breaking for Soprano Saxophone and SSAATTBB Choir (2015)—Kim André Arnesen
  • Sacred Light for Soprano Saxophone and TTBB Choir (2012)—Ola Gjeilo
  • Amao omi for Saxophone Quartet and Choir - Giya Kancheli

Saxophone: other chamber works[edit]

  • Quintet for 2 soprano saxophones, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, and baritone saxophone (1861)—Jerome Savari
  • Quartet, for clarinet, tenor saxophone, piano and violin, Op.22 (1928–1930)—Anton Webern[57][58]
  • Konzertstück for two alto saxophones (1933)—Paul Hindemith[59][60]
  • Canonic Suite for four alto saxophones (1939)—Elliott Carter[61]
  • Quiet City for trumpet, alto saxophone, B clarinet (doubling bass clarinet), and piano (1939)—Aaron Copland
  • Quartet No. 1 for Trumpet, Tenor Saxophone, Piano and Percussion (1950/1954)—Stefan Wolpe[62]
  • All Set for alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trumpet, trombone, bass, piano, vibraphone, and percussion (1957)—Milton Babbitt[63]
  • Duo Concertante for alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, and piano, Op. 55 (1858)—Jean-Baptiste Singelée
  • Cantilène et danse for alto saxophone, violin, and piano (1961)—Marc Eychenne[64]
  • Suite for baritone saxophone, horn and wind quintet (1966)—Alec Wilder
  • Suite for baritone saxophone, woodwind sextet, bass, and drums (1971)—Alec Wilder
  • Suite for Saxophone and Guitar, Op. 291 (1976)—Alan Hovhaness
  • Saxophon for soprano saxophone & bongo, or soprano saxophone alone (1977)—Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Piccolo for saxophone with geisha bell (1977)—Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Knabenduett (Boys' Duet) for two soprano saxophones (1977)—Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Invocationes for soprano saxophone and organ (1978/1995)—Bertold Hummel
  • Duo for soprano saxophone and alto saxophone (1981)—Gordon Jacob
  • Quartet for flute, alto saxophone, guitar and solo percussion (1982)—Kalevi Aho
  • Linker Augentanz (Left-Eye Dance) for 7 (or 11) saxophones, synthesizer and percussion (1983/90)—Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Entführung (Abduction) for soprano saxophone and electronic and concrete music (1986/2004)—Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Due a due for soprano saxophone and percussion (1987)—Bertold Hummel
  • Aragonesca for soprano/alto saxophone, bass clarinet, violin and cello (1987)—Dave Smith
  • To Brooklyn Bridge for 24 voices, saxophone quartet and mixed ensemble (1987–88)—Tristan Keuris[65]
  • Noel - A little christmas suite for 3 Saxophones (1989)—Bertold Hummel
  • Escapade for alto saxophone and four percussion (1991)—Howard J. Buss
  • Pit Band for alto saxophone, bass clarinet, and piano (1993)—William Albright
  • Quintet for alto saxophone, bassoon, viola, violoncello and double bass (1994) – Kalevi Aho
  • Impromptu for soprano saxophone and marimba (1994)—Howard J. Buss
  • In Erwartung (В ожидании) for saxophone quartet and six percussionists (1994)—Sofia Gubaidulina
  • Quartet for tenor saxophone, violin, viola, and cello (1994)—Josef Tal
  • Pictures from the Sea's Garden for saxophone and percussion (1998)—Sunleif Rasmussen
  • Rough Winds Do Shake the Darling Buds for saxophone trio (1999)—Eric Moe[55][66]
  • Zeraim from the Book of Ruth for soprano saxophone (or violin), mezzo-soprano, and chamber ensemble (2002)—Leroy Osmon
  • Meditatio for mixed chorus and saxophone quartet (2003)—Erkki-Sven Tüür[67]
  • Verwandlung (Transformation) for trombone, saxophone quartet, cello, double bass, and tam-tam (2004)—Sofia Gubaidulina
  • Walk the Walk for baritone saxophone (or bass clarinet or contrabassoon) and percussion (2005)—–Michael Daugherty
  • Concerto for 22 Instruments (completed 2005)—Alistair Hinton (scored for 22 wind instruments including parts for 1 each soprano, alto, baritone and contrabass saxophones)
  • Nga Manu suite for 2 soprano saxophones (2006)—–Michael Jamieson[56]
  • Erwachen (Awakening), Nr. 92, for soprano saxophone, trumpet, and cello (2007)—Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Edentia for soprano saxophone and electronic music (2007)—Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • The Griggs Suite for alto saxophone and percussion (2007)—Leroy Osmon
  • Three Jazzicals for soprano saxophone and tuba (2009)—Howard J. Buss
  • Cosmic Portraits for flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, and tenor saxophone (2009)—Howard J. Buss
  • Concerto for alto Saxophone, cello and eight percussionists (2009)—Leroy Osmon
  • Ouroboros for saxophone sextet (2013) – Clive Strutt
  • Suite for 3 alto saxophones (2014) – Daniel Cueto
  • R.I.P.T. for alto saxophone and percussion (2014)—Dorothy Hindman
  • Lullaby opus 81c for alto saxophone, violin and piano (2018)—Nimrod Borenstein
  • Prayer without Words for soprano saxophone and harp (2018) – Gilad Hochman
  • Luna for alto saxophone, violin and piano (2019) – Daniel Cueto
  • 13 for 3 Through 5 for alto saxophone and percussion (2019)—Dorothy Hindman
  • Visitations from the Dark for alto saxophone, bass clarinet, and piano (2020)—Howard J. Buss
  • Sonic Tapestries for alto saxophone, violin, and piano (2020)—Howard J. Buss
  • mutatis mutandis for alto saxophone and percussion (2020)—Dorothy Hindman
  • The Girl in White for soprano saxophone, trumpet, percussion, piano, violin I, violin II, viola, cello and bass (2011)—Robert J. Bradshaw
  • Yiskor for mezzo-soprano and soprano saxophone – Leroy Osmon
  • Elegy for 2 soprano saxophones, alto saxophone and piano – Charlotte Harding
  • Octopus for 2 saxophone quartets or for ten saxophones – Karol Beffa
  • Schizophrenia for alto sax and marimba (2011) – Shai Cohen
  • ALEA IACTA EST For alto sax, electric guitar and cello (2022) – Shai Cohen

Unaccompanied saxophone works[edit]

External links[edit]

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