Duality – Works for Tenor Saxophone & Piano

Keith Teepen, Scott Sandberg, Nariaki Sugiura

Catalog #: TROY1807
Release Date: February 1, 2020
Format: Digital
Wind Ensemble

Scott Sandberg performs a concert of works for tenor saxophone and piano ranging from new works by Catherine McMichael, to music by French and American composers written in the 1970s and 1980s. Sandberg is on the faculty at the University of North Dakota and maintains an active schedule as a performer, clinician, and adjudicator. He has toured China three times, including performing as a featured soloist with the East China Normal University Orchestra and is a regular performer at the North American Saxophone Alliance Conferences and International Saxophone Symposiums. He is a graduate of the University of North Dakota and the University of Iowa. He has presented clinics at the North Dakota Music Educators Association, the Northeast Texas Saxophone Symposium, and numerous universities and high schools.


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Title Composer Performer
Duality Catherine McMichael Scott Sandberg (tenor saxophone); Keith Teepen (piano)
Pièce Concertante Guy Lacour Scott Sandberg (tenor saxophone); Nariaki Sugiura (piano)
Concertino Paul Harvey Scott Sandberg (tenor saxophone); Keith Teepen (piano)
Rhapsody Caesar Giovannini Scott Sandberg (tenor saxophone); Nariaki Sugiura (piano)
September Sonata John C. Worley Scott Sandberg (tenor saxophone); Nariaki Sugiura (piano)
Soliloquy & Celebration Ronald Caravan Scott Sandberg (tenor saxophone); Nariaki Sugiura (piano)


  • "…The final two works are also unqualified successes.…Sandberg himself has a solid technique, including altissimo notes that take him as high as the high concert C of the operatic soprano. His collaborative pianists Nariaka Sugiura and Keith Teepen also do a fine job on their respective parts.…This recital should be of interest to saxophonists and others who have an interest in the instrument."

    – Fanfare

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