Document Type

Dissertation

Date of Degree

2011

Degree Name

DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts)

Degree In

Music

First Advisor

Kenneth Tse

Abstract

Johann Sebastian Bach's Chaconne from his Partita in D Minor is considered a crown jewel of the violin repertoire. Since its composition, this piece has taken many forms, undergoing transformations allowing its performance by other instruments and ensemble formations. These include transformations for piano, orchestra, flute, clarinet, and trumpet amongst others. This projects serves as another transformation, bringing a new versions of the Chaconne to the repertoire of the alto saxophone. Additionally, the project discusses in detail the necessary changes made to the music, as well as offering comprehensive technical suggestions for the inherent issues encountered within this arrangement.

Keywords

Saxophone

Pages

vii, 68 pages

Bibliography

Includes bibliographical references (pages 67-68).

Copyright

Copyright 2011 Stephen Charles Page Jr

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Music Commons

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