℗ 2017 Assocciation Sax & Co
Duration 1h 05m 25s
Record Label NoMadMusic
Catalogue No. NMM043D
Release Date September 12, 2017
Genre Classical
 

Galaxsax

Philippe Geiss

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1.1
Nela
Philippe Geiss; Duo Ostinato
3:59
1.2
Akashia
Philippe Geiss; Duo Ostinato
6:07
1.3
Zerbace
Philippe Geiss; Duo Ostinato
2:30
1.4
Berceuse, Op.57 (Arr. For Saxophone)
Frederic Chopin; Duo Ostinato
5:25
1.5
Basso Ostinato
Rodion Shchedrin; Duo Ostinato
5:22
1.6
South wind tango
Philippe Geiss; Duo Ostinato
5:57
1.7
Prepletum mobile
Konstantin Babic; Duo Ostinato
1:41
1.8
Calderosax
Philippe Geiss; Philippe Geiss; Lars Mlekusch; MIT Saxophone Ensemble
9:52
1.9
Galaxsax
Philippe Geiss; Duo Ostinato; MIT Saxophone Ensemble; Lars Mlekusch
7:14
1.10
Sax Heroes
Philippe Geiss; Philippe Geiss; Lars Mlekusch; MIT Saxophone Ensemble
5:00
1.11
New in the city
Philippe Geiss; Jerry Bergonzi; Philippe Geiss; MIT Saxophone Ensemble; Vincent David; Lars Mlekusch
7:32
1.12
Sir Patrick
Philippe Geiss; US Navy Concert Band; Brian O.Walden; Branford Marsalis; Barry Cockcroft
4:46
Duration    1h 05m 25s
Philippe Geiss, a world ambassador of the saxophone world, brings together a galaxy of prestigious guests (Vincent David, Marija Aupy, Branford Marsalis, Barry Cockcroft, the US Navy Band, etc.) to pay tribute to 50 years of space conquest, and especially to his friend Thomas Pesquet (himself a saxophonist) to whom he helped send a saxophone into space for his 39 years celebrated aboard the international space station. Somewhere between jazz and neoclassical, through to traditional music, Galaxsax gathers pieces written or arranged by Philippe Geiss, covering the period from 1961 to 2016, the first flight of Gagarin on the last flight of Thomas Pesquet.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – NoMadMusic Studio Masters

Tracks 8-11 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit Track 12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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