From Planet Soprillo “The World’s Smallest Sax Quartet”

Randy Emerick

 

Randy Emerick regales us with what is billed as “The world’s smallest saxophone quartet” with Soprillo, Eb sopranino, Bb soprano, and Eb alto playing a standard SATB sax quartet. Listen to it here: BlueSkies.mp3.

Soprillogy Randy Emerick is a professional woodwind doubler. His experience includes classical music with the Florida Symphonic Pops of Boca Raton and the Palm Beach Pops, playing clarinet, bass clarinet, and all saxophones.

He has also recorded with the jazz ensembles of Jaco Pastorius and the Impact of Brass. In addition he has performed with artists of all styles including Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli, Sammy Davis Jr., The Four Tops, Crystal Gayle and many others.

Read more about the soprillo at http://www.soprillo.com/. And check out Nigel Wood’s Soprillogy CD at Saxtet Publications. Note that the price is in British Pounds.

There are so many different ways to serve up the saxophone world. And most people can’t tell the difference in sound or site between an alto or a tenor sax. But the soprillo has been my hardest challenge to date. And whenever I pick it up the dawgs head for the door.  :o)

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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 Microsoft Jumpin' Jive Orchestra, and enjoy time with family and friends.
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3 Responses to From Planet Soprillo “The World’s Smallest Sax Quartet”

  1. Rambling says:

    I can’t believe it is so SMALL!!!  ( 3 exclamation points just for you)

  2. JaAG says:

    What’s small? Oh, the soprillo. Whew, you scared me for a moment there.  ;o)

  3. Le Chat Noir says:

    Wow, I have not heard about this before…and it sounds amazing. Thank you for informing us, Jim.

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