Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra Reduction for Altosaxophone and Piano - Ronald Binge

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Binge Concerto Alto Saxophone-Orch. (piano red.)

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Ronald Binge was born on 15 July 1910 at Derby, England. He studied harmony and counterpoint on his own and tried his hand at arranging and composing during the many years he worked as a pianist and musician in movie theatres. In 1934 he met the conductor of Italian descent Annunzio Paolo Mantovani (1905-1980) and started writing numerous arrangements for the symphony orchestra of this very popular conductor. In fact, Binge is the inventor of the famous 'Mantovani Sound' (with echo effects by the strings) which charmed and pleased millions of music lovers and television spectators all over Europe in the fifties and sixties.

In 1952 he scored a hit with ' Elisabethan Serenade'. Binge also wrote classical music and even a series of wind band compositions such as the most popular 'Cornet Carillon'. Ronald Binge died on 6 September 1979 at Ringwood. He dedicated his Concerto for Alto Saxophone (1956) to the famous American saxophone virtuoso Sigurd Rascher (1907-2001), the pioneer of the classical saxophone. 

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