Category:  Chamber Music , Organ / Sacred Music , Recordings

In western music history the saxophone is one oft he youngest instruments and very intercultural: originally invented by Adolphe Sax in classical music it is leading to Jazz, Rock, HipHop, it connects us with all modern styles of music worldwide... and it is leading directly to an exciting future: a lot of works for saxophone are still waiting to be invented! – On this CD the saxophones sound „very classical“.... a speciality oft he outstanding ARCIS QUARTET

Movements: 1-4 PANTA RHEI for saxophone quartet
5-16 RINGELNATZ-Suite for saxophone quartet
17 PAVANE for alto saxophone and organ
18-20 NEKYIA for soprano saxophone and organ
21-23 CRUCIFIXUS for saxophone quartet and organ

Records:  ambiente audio ACD 3022 LC07811,  2013

Performers on recording: Claus Hierluksch (soprano)- Ricarda Fuss (alto) - Claudia Jope (tenor) - Adrian Planitz (baritone), Michael Schöch (organ) and Christoph von Sicherer (narrator)

Audio engineer and cutter: Ulrich Kraus, 77 min. Recorded in February and March of 2013 in the recording studio of Ulrich Kraus in Walchstadt and at the organ of the church St. Michael in Munich.

Photographs by © Giuseppe Tricarico (Napoli/Italia)