Dale Underwood, Marjorie Lee - Dale Underwood-Saxophone, Marjorie Lee-Piano mp3 album
Title: Dale Underwood-Saxophone, Marjorie Lee-Piano
Style: Contemporary, Impressionist, Baroque, Classical
Date of release: 1977
Size MP3: 1902 mb
Size FLAC: 1921 mb
Format: MP2 AA FLAC AC3 MIDI ASF MP4
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|A1||Duo For Saxophone And Piano
Composed By – Walter S. Hartley
|A2||Sonata No. 3
Composed By – Georg Friedrich Händel
|A3||Music For Saxophone And Piano
Composed By – Leslie Bassett
|B1||Sonata For E Flat Saxophone And Piano (In Three Movements)
Composed By – Bernhard Heiden
|B2||Suite For Saxophone
Composed By – Richard Lane
- Cover – Steven Kohls
- Piano – Marjorie Lee
- Saxophone – Dale Underwood
NotesCame with a Golden Crest Records Info Mailer.
Recorded in 1976 at Golden Crest Studios, Long Island.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): D-9 RE-7067-A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): D-10 RE-7067-B