Sons of Sound Presents…

The American Saxophone Quartet with Larry Combs in Concert

The American Saxophone Quartet performed in concert on March 5, 1999 at Christ and St. Stephen's Church in New York City with guest artist Larry Combs, Principal Clarinet with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

The American Saxophone Quartet with Larry Combs

The ASQ is comprised of Albert Regni on soprano, David Demsey on alto, David Carroll on tenor, and Lino Gomez on baritone. Mr. Combs (center) performed on both clarinet and soprano saxophone.

The evening's concert was recorded for possible broadcast on National Public Radio's Performance Today program. In New York City, one hour of this two-hour program is aired nightly on WNYC-FM 93.9, from 8 - 9 p.m. Stay tuned for further information and air times. Stay tuned for programming and air times as they are announced.

 

 

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I. Albenez: Trois Pieces (arr. Marcel Mule)
Chant D'Amour
Berceuse
L'Ete
 
J. S. Bach: Fugue in C Major
 
Michael Holober: Views From a Train (Premiere)
Freely
High-Spirited
Chorale
Lightly
 
Michael Torke : July
 
Bob Mintzer: Quartet No. 1 In Three Movements
Allegretto
Slowly
Allegro

J. S. Bach: Canon at the Octave

Calvin Hampton: Bach's Fireworks Music
 
Charlie Parker: Yardbird Suite (arr. Albert Regni)

 

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"… A few days ago I attended a concert in New York with great clarinetist-saxophonist Larry Combs, as a guest artist of the Amerixcan Saxophone Quartet. Larry was as brilliant as always, and for my money, the ASQ is one of the most enjoyable and versatile chamber groups on today's music scene."

Paquito D«Rivera
Legendary composer and clarinetist

The American Saxophone Quartet and Larry Combs pose with composer Michael Holober, whose Views From a Train recieved its premiere during the evening's concert.

Dress rehearsal -- the ASQ with Larry Combs and producer Jeff Penney.

Backstage at Christ & St. Stephen's Church, just prior to the performance.

Lino Gomez and David Carroll work out during rehearsal.

Lino Gomez with jazz legend Pacquito D'Rivera after the performance.

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