Love’s Labours Lost – Three Pieces Based on Shakespeare’s Play for Saxophone Quartet
During my time as a student at Appalachian State University, I collaborated in the theatre department’s production of William Shakespeare’s play “Love’s Labours Lost”. The original script calls for three songs to be sung during the performance, though their original forms are lost to time. So the director, Derek Gagnier, contacted me to work on the production as a sound designer and composer. This led to the composition of three songs plus some incidental music. Since the overall vision of this particular production was to set it in a roaring 20s era, jazz, Latin, and ballroom music were a huge influence on the music. A few years later, I revisited the music and arranged it into this version for saxophone quartet.
- Soprano Saxophone
- Alto Saxophone
- Tenor Saxophone
- Baritone Saxophone
Score and parts available for purchase through T.U.X People’s Music