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Saxophone Sonatas

by Brandon Jinwoo Choi & Hyun Ji Oh

Saxophone Sonatas Saxophonist Brandon Jinwoo Choi Pianist Hyun Ji Oh Ⓟ© Oikos Records
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1. Sonatine, M. 40: I. Modéré
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2. Sonatine, M. 40: II. Mouvement de menuet
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3. Sonatine, M. 40: III. Animé
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4. Sonata, Op. 19: I. With Vigor
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5. Sonata, Op. 19: II. With Tranquility
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6. Sonata, Op. 19: III. With Gaiety
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7. Sonata: I. Two-Part Invention
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8. Sonata: II. La Follia nuova: A Lament for George Cacioppo
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9. Sonata: III. Scherzo "Will O' the Wisp"
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10. Sonata: IV. Recitative and Dance
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11. Sonata: I. Quarter Note = 132
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12. Sonata: II. Quarter Note = 48
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13. Sonata: III. Eight Note = 132
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Brandon Jinwoo Choi is in great demand as an international soloist and he has appeared across three continents, in France, Germany, Italy, Australia, Korea, Japan, and United States.
As a soloist, Choi has been a Soloist with ensembles, Orchestras that include The Rumania Ploiesti State Philharmonic Orchestra, Chung-ang University orchestra, Chuang-Ang University Wind Orchestra, Korea M Philharmonic Orchestra, Korea Navy band, and in the great halls of the Seoul Art Center with Chung-Ang University Wind Orchestra.
Choi also gave the world premiere of Sull'ala Concerto for Saxophone by Susan Botti with the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Orchestra on March 13th, 2014.
Choi regularly attends the regional, national conferences and several of the world’s most prestigious fine arts institute including 36th International Navy band saxophone symposium at the George Washington University, the North American Saxophone Alliance (NASA) Biennial National Conference at the University of Illinois, North American Saxophone Alliance Region V Conference at the Bowling Green State University, College Band Directors National Association at the North Carolina State University, France International saxophone Institute at Saint-Meur, Paris -Conservatory of Music and Yamaha saxophone institute, American Saxophone Academy at the Eastman Music University. Choi also gave the world premiere of "Conversations by Frank Proto" at the 2015 International Saxophone Symposium at the Shenandoah University and the Patsy Cline Theater, both in Winchester, Virginia.
​ As a Chamber Musician Choi is currently Saxophone chair of Miclot Production Players Group and alto saxophone chair of The Promethean Quartet. The Miclot Production first began in 1993, Sunnyside, New York. Miclot is still running its production annually, hoping to further expand Christian culture by delivering the “Small Voice” of God. Meanwhile, Promethean's debut album, Through Adam`s Fall, was released in October 2013 and features music by Alfred Desenclos, David Maslanka and Percy Grainger. The Promethean Quartet has received numerous honors, including selection as one of the top four wind ensembles in the finals of the Alice Coleman National Chamber Music Competition (2013). The promethean Quartet completed a five-state tour in 2013, including several performances and masterclasses at public schools and universities.
Choi has won top prizes in many national and international competitions, including 1st Prize Concerto Competition (Sull'ala Concerto for Saxophone and wind Orchestra) at College Conservatory of Music - University of Cincinnati, The MTNA Ohio Solo Competition (2nd prize), The MTNA Ohio Chamber competition (2nd prize), The Korean American Youth Cultural foundation competition (1st prize), The Hanjeon Artspool Center Competition (1st prize), The Korea Wind Chamber Music Competition (1st prize), The Music Association of Korea Competition (1st prize), The Music Education Newspaper Competition (1st prize), The Haneum National Music Competition (1st prize), The Seoul National Symphony Orchestra Competition (1st prize).
Choi took several the Master classes and Lessons from honorable professors such as Claude delangle, Arno Bornkamp, Nobuya Sugawa, Jean-yves Fourmer, Vincent David, Christan Writh, Philppe Portjoe, Nicola Prost, John Sampen, Tom Myer, Otis Murphy​, Chein-kwan lin, Timothy Mc Alister, Kenneth Tse, Carrie Koffman, Jeremy Long, Stephen page, Amy Dickson.​
Choi is currently a teaching assistant and the working on his Doctor of Music Arts degree at the University of Cincinnati, College Conservatory of Music where he previously earned his Master of Music degree in Saxophone performance. He also holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Chung-Ang University in South Korea. His teachers include Dr. James Bunte, Rick VanMatre, Soon Sub Jung, and Jong Sun Eun.
This CD project is dedicated to the celebration of the 200th birthday of Adolphe Sax. This is the first album for classical saxophone sonatas by Korean saxophonist.
www.brandonjinwoochoi.com

Sonatine Maurice Ravel. (1875-1937)
It includes three movements, I. Modéré, II. Mouvement de menuet, III. Animé. Ravel wrote in his autobiography that he wrote the Sonatine after his piano suite Miroirs, it seems to have been written between 1903 and 1905. Ravel most likely referred to the dates he finished both of the works. Ravel did not compose for saxophone so in this project, the arrangement by David Walter will be included.

Sonata Opus. 19 Paul Creston. (1906-1985)
Opus 19, Sonata for alto saxophone and piano composed by Paul Creston in 1939 is one of the most frequently played works that features a saxophone and piano combination. Creston wrote this piece to dedicate a fellow saxophonist—Cecil Leeson. Leeson in his own right is one of the most important American saxophonist and Creston had accompanied him in the 1930s. This sonata is one of the most popular pieces for saxophonists who appreciate Creston’s energy, variety, and musical interests that span across multiple styles. Compared to other saxophoists of the period such as: Glazounov, Heiden, and Ibert, Creston’s work is a breath of fresh air and stands out as a unique musical experience.

Sonata William Albright (1944-1988)
William Albright’s Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, composed in 1984, has become one of the most frequently performed pieces in the saxophone repertoire. It is a work that contains diverse composition style which is equally comfortable with diverse compositional styles such as: be bop, free atonality, and minimalism. The work was composed for a consortium of three saxophone and piano duos: Donald Sinta and Ellen Weckler; Laura Hunter and Brian Connelly; and Joseph Wytko and Walter Cosand.

Sonata Deus Sax Machina Gregory Wannamaker (1968-)
Wanamaker currently serves as Professor of Composition at the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam where he has taught since 1997. His Sonata Deus Sax Machina was composed in 2000 and was one of the required pieces for finalists of the 2014 Adolphe Sax International Competition.

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