DEEP SCHROTT – the world’s first bass sax quartet


DEEP SCHROTT is the first bass saxophone quartet ever and was founded in April 2008 by Dirk Raulf (Cologne/D), Andreas Kaling (Bielefeld/D), Wollie Kaiser (Saarbruecken/D) and Klaas Hekman (Rotterdam/NL). Check for concert dates starting in October 2008. This sample was videotaped and recorded live at Topaz Studio, Cologne on April 2008. Directed by Robin Baum.

You’ve just listened to "Cultural Value" by composer Dirk Raulf and played by DEEP SCHROTT. This stuff just talks to me. I’m drawn to it like a moth to a flame. Here’s another sample:

Their Web site was not easy to find but is located

About Gandalfe

Just an itinerant saxophonist trying to find life between the changes. I have retired from the Corps of Engineers and Microsoft. I am an admin on the Woodwind Forum, run the Seattle Solid GOLD Big Band (formerly the Microsoft Jumpin' Jive Orchestra) a GOLD sax quartet, and enjoy time with family and friends.
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6 Responses to DEEP SCHROTT – the world’s first bass sax quartet

  1. Beth says:

    Great music.  I enjoyed it.

  2. Rambling says:

    Without you, there is so much I would have missed and not known of. 

  3. Elizabeth says:

    You get four points for putting up two cool videos.  Who says I’m not generous?  😉

  4. JaAG says:

    Points? How do I cash them in?  ;o)

  5. ♥ Aimee says:

    enjoyed this…♥~♥ :oD the shortest distance between two people is a smile… :oD ♥~♥

  6. Susan says:

    This is just insane.

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