Notes about this work: La Paloma, composed after a visit by the composer to Cuba. Later in Spain and Mexico La Paloma became so popular, it sparked off a huge Habanera craze. A habanera for 4 Saxes: Soprano or Alto Sax, Alto, Tenor and Baritone Sax, Piano.
Recommended Skill Level: 4 out of 9 ( 1= Beginner, 9 = Expert - It is possible to play a piece outside your current ability but you might take longer to master it.)
Type: Arrangement: This work is unique to our site and was arranged by: Anne Christopherson GRSM ARCM
Composed by: Sebastián Yradier (1809 to 1865). We have a blog entry about Yradier which you may find useful as well as links to other websites of interest.
Sebastián Yradier (born Iradier on 20 January 1809) is one of the very few Basque composers.
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