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The British Grenadiers

arr. James Christiansen (Kendor)

Strike Up The Band

Adapted from Gershwin’s own piano arrangement. Gershwin would play these little ditties at dinner parties.

Gershwin, arr. Don Fabian

Theme from “An American in Paris”

Gershwin, arr. Gerry Cappuccio (New World Music Corp.)

With You I’m Born Again

David Shire, arr. Don Fabian

Beatles Medley

Includes “Yesterday”, “Norwegian Wood” and “Michelle”.

Lennon/McCartney, arr. Mike Loveless (unpublished)

When I’m Sixty-Four

Another Beatles favorite in an all-time classic arrangement.

Lennon/McCartney, arr. Ray Ricker (Kendor)

George M. Cohan Medley

All of Cohan’s most famous tunes in a fantastic arrangement by Paul Nagle. Would you believe he’s not even a sax player?

Cohan, arr. Paul Nagle (Musicians Publications)

“Badinerie” from Suite in B Minor

Bringing the heavy artillery to the famous suite for flute and orchestra.

Bach, arr. Don Fabian

Theme from “St. Elsewhere”

Dave Grusin, arr. Don Fabian

Musetta’s Waltz from “La Boheme”

Puccini, arr. David Lovrien (Cimarron)

A Lone Star Portrait

A medley of Texas folk songs.

arr. David Lovrien


A beautiful prelude, originally for organ.

Vaughan-Williams, arr. Don Fabian. Lovebird Music

Alexander’s Ragtime Band

A flashy jazz arrangement by the great Bill Holcombe.

Irving Berlin, arr. Bill Holcombe (Musicians Publications)

Premier Suite (Theme from Masterpiece Theatre)

One of our favorites, arranged by our founding bari player. Tom teaches and runs a music store in England now.

Mouret, arr. Tom Beers

Autumn in New York

One of the famous “Hollywood Saxophone Quartet” arrangements, and one of our most requested.

arr. Lennie Niehaus

Prelude and Beguine

This “Modern Styling for Saxophone Quartet” was written in 1954. We call these old pieces “dollar bin” charts, and we have a ton of them. Don usually transposes the 1st alto part to soprano, since most quartets were AATB back then. This one is really catchy!

Victor Williams (Carl Fischer)

Prelude and Beguine

From Paul Harvey’s collection of Renaissance music. Recorded in concert at SMU in 1987.

ed. Paul Harvey (Chester)

This Can’t Be Love

Another Hollywood Saxophone Quartet chart. Swings hard!

arr. Lennie Niehaus

A Study in Contrasts

Another old classic. We had a tradition of always playing this as the second tune on every gig. Dunno why.

Sammy Nestico (Kendor)

Le Coucou

Also from Paul Harvey’s Renaissance collection.

Louis Claude Daquin, ed. Paul Harvey (Chester)

Under the Double Eagle

A classic march, made harder than it should be.

J.F. Wagner, arr. David Lovrien (Cimarron)


Movement 1

Movement 2

Movement 3

Movement 4

Pierre Max Dubois (Leduc)

Overture in Bb

from our Concert Artists Guild audition tape (1989).

Handel, arr. Schmidt (WIM Inc.)

Have You Met Miss Jones?

Another Hollywood Saxophone Quartet classic.

arr. Lennie Niehaus


This was our first reading of the chart, and there are a few wrong notes. But listening to it again, there were also some really nice musical moments, so why not share?

Gabriel Faure