It's great when your kids play sax!!!! More and more Saxophones!!!! All types and manufacturers!!!! The Rubank book comes to mind - but there are a handful of decent ones out. Re: Duet for Baritone and Alto Saxophone I know that any alto duet will work, I was just wondering what was out there that was specially written for alto and bari.
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Thanks for the suggestions though! That's the only one I can think of right now. Chris Condon 8th Army Band. Looked interesting.
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Don't know anything about it, though. And I've got a fair accompaniment track. Transpose both parts up seven half-steps and you've got your self a bari - alto duet. La Folia. Hymn Tune from Jupiter. Fugue in Two Parts.
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