Silent Night
Performed By Texas Saxophone Quartet
Album UPC 614346046044
CD Baby Track ID 5593186
Label Texas Saxophone Quartet
Released 1991-01-01
BPM 144
Rated 0
ISRC ushm80886559
Year 1991
Spotify Plays 99
Writer F. Gruber
Pub Co Public Domain
Composer F. Gruber
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master
Rights Easy Clear: Master
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Texas


Classical saxophone quartet and sextet with percussion.


The Texas Saxophone Quartet (and friends) recorded this unique collection of Christmas carols in 1990 - one of the first all-digital recordings of its kind recorded in Texas. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the rich, full sound of our saxophone choir and the crisp, clear sounds of the digital recording.

Since the Texas Saxophone Quartet was formed in 1983, its goal has been to perform chamber music of the highest caliber while providing an entertaining way for all audiences to discover a different, classical side of the saxophone.

The TSQ was the 1987 winner of the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, was selected as finalist in the 1987 Chamber Music Chicago Discovery competition, and was also a semifinalist in the 1990 Concert Artists Guild open competition in New York. The quartet has appeared at musical conventions across the United States and has been featured with the United States Navy Band in Washington as well as local bands and chamber orchestras. The TSQ presents recitals each year at local universities such as SMU and the University of North Texas and entertains regularly at the Dallas Museum of Art.

The Texas Saxophone Quartet prides itself on its diverse repertoire, ranging from Baroque transcriptions and classical literature to jazz, ragtime and popular favorites. More than just a performing ensemble, the group actively commissions new works to add to its unique library and to the libraries of saxophone quartets worldwide.

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