Steven Mauk, Saxophone | Sing to Me of the Night

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Sing to Me of the Night

by Steven Mauk, Saxophone

Music for classical saxophone and other instruments in a variety of styles
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fanfare (For Trumpet, Alto Saxophone, And Piano) (1’24”) [feat. Kim Dunnick, Trumpet; Diane Birr, Piano]
1:32 $0.99
2. Sati (For Alto Saxophone, Cello, And Two Percussionists) (10’28”) [feat. Elizabeth Simkin, Cello; Gordon Stout and Ted Rounds, Percussion]
10:24 $0.99
3. Come Sunday Mornin’ (Saxophone Quartet: I. Callin’ Out (5’44”) [feat. Empire Saxophone Quartet]
5:43 $0.99
4. Come Sunday Mornin’: Ii. Callin’ Back (3’51”) [feat. Empire Saxophone Quartet]
3:53 $0.99
5. Breathing the Water (For Soprano Saxophone, Guitar, And Double Bass): I. Mountain Lake (3’11”) [feat. Pablo Cohen, Guitar; Nicholas Walker, Double Bass]
3:09 $0.99
6. Breathing the Water: Ii. Torrents (3’22”) [feat. Pablo Cohen, guitar; Nicholas Walker, double bass]
3:27 $0.99
7. We Sing to Each Other (For Solo Alto Saxophone): I. of Beauty and Sadness…(4’50”)
4:49 $0.99
8. We Sing to Each Other: Ii. of Darkness and Joy… (5’04”)
5:07 $0.99
9. Sing to Me of the Night (For Soprano Saxophone, Guitar, And Double Bass): I. in Strict Time (3’55”) [feat. Pablo Cohen, guitar; Nicholas Walker, double bass]
3:55 $0.99
10. Sing to Me of the Night: Ii. Freely, Passionately (3’11”) [feat. Pablo Cohen, guitar; Nicholas Walker, double bass]
3:13 $0.99
11. Sing to Me of the Night: Iii. Samba (4’31”) [feat. Pablo Cohen, guitar; Nicholas Walker, double bass]
4:27 $0.99
12. Time Cries, Hoping Otherwise (Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Wind Ensemble): I. out of the Depths… (6’39”) [feat. Ithaca College Wind Ensemble; Stephen Peterson, director]
6:35 $0.99
13. Time Cries, Hoping Otherwise: Ii. If I Could Tell You, I Would Let You Know (7’21”) [feat. Ithaca College Wind Ensemble; Stephen Peterson, Director]
7:24 $0.99
14. Time Cries, Hoping Otherwise: Iii. The world cries, hoping…(6’43”) [feat. Ithaca College Wind Ensemble; Stephen Peterson, director]
6:38 $0.99
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Album Notes

Steven Mauk has served as Professor of Saxophone in the School of Music at Ithaca College since 1975. He has presented numerous solo, chamber music, and concerto performances in such international locales as the United Kingdom, China, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Japan, Australia, Canada, Russia, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Croatia, Poland, and Slovenia. His performances in the US have included those in New York City, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Atlanta, Boston, San Francisco, Washington, Cleveland, and Chicago. Mauk has given three recitals at Weil Hall (formerly Carnegie Recital Hall), a concerto presentation at Alice Tully Hall (NYC), four concerto performances with the United States Navy in Washington, DC, and concerto presentations in Russia and China.
Mauk is a founding member of the chamber groups Empire Saxophone Quartet, Troica, Remeleixo, and Tango de Cámara. Over thirty works have been dedicated to him, and he has recorded 22 albums, written over 100 articles, and authored four books. Mauk is an artist/clinician for both the Selmer and Vandoren music companies. In the US he has given master classes at many major universities, and his classes abroad have been presented in cities including London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, Pesaro (Italy), Zagreb (Croatia), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Moscow, and Beijing.
As an active member of the North American Saxophone Alliance, Mauk has held the offices of President and Director of Scholarly Publications. In 2012, he was elected an Honorary Life Member, the highest honor bestowed by this professional organization, and the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society presented Mauk with their 1995-98 National Artist Award. He has received Ithaca College awards for his excellence in teaching and research, as well as an Ithaca College President's Recognition Award.

Dana Wilson holds a doctorate from the Eastman School of Music, and is currently Charles A. Dana Professor of Music in the School of Music at Ithaca College. He is co-author of Contemporary Choral Arranging, published by Prentice Hall/Simon and Schuster, and has written articles on diverse musical subjects. He has been a Yaddo Fellow (at Yaddo, the artists’ retreat in Saratoga Springs, New York), a Wye Fellow at the Aspen Institute, a Charles A. Dana Fellow, and a Fellow at the Society for Humanities, Cornell University.
The works of Dana Wilson have been commissioned and performed by such diverse ensembles as the Chicago Chamber Musicians, Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, Buffalo Philharmonic, Memphis Symphony, Washington military bands, Netherlands Wind Ensemble, Syracuse Symphony, and Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra. Solo works have been written for such renowned artists as hornist Gail Williams, clarinetist Larry Combs, trumpeters James Thompson and Rex Richardson, oboist David Weiss, and saxophonist Steven Mauk.
Wilson has received grants from, among others, the National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, New England Foundation for the Arts, New York State Council for the Arts, Arts Midwest, and Meet the Composer. His compositions have been performed throughout the United States, Europe, and East Asia. They have received several prizes, including the Sudler International Composition Prize and the Ostwald Composition Prize, as well as awards from the International Trumpet Guild and the International Horn Society. His compositions are published by Boosey and Hawkes, Alfred Music Publishers, the American Composers Forum, and Ludwig Music Publishers; and can be heard on Klavier, Albany, Summit, Centaur, Innova, Meister Music, Elf, Open Loop, Mark, Redwood, Musical Heritage Society, and Kosei Recordings labels.



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