Claude Debussy

Deux Arabesques

for saxophone quartet

As an artistic concept, arabesque is defined as "an ornamental design consisting of intertwined flowing lines, originally found in Arabic or Moorish decoration." Debussy's are perhaps some of the most famous and beloved of the musical namesake, from early on in his compositional output. Originally for piano, Andy Wilds deft arrangement for saxophone quartet is sure to please audiences of all types.


Claude Debussy

arr. Andy Wilds

Product Details

Title:Deux Arabesques

Instrumentation:Saxophone Quartet


Year Composed: 1888-1891

Duration: 8'

Score: 1

Parts: 4

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