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Delta Saxophone Quartet

Delta Saxophone Quartet
Country
England
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British saxophone quartet founded in 1984, that works outside rigid genre boundaries, often inspired by contemporary classical, jazz, and rock music. Members are Peter Whyman (alto), Chris Caldwell (baritone), Stephen Cottrell (later Graeme Blevins) (soprano), and Gareth Brady (later Tim Holmes) (tenor).
Website
http://www.deltasax.com
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Releases on file (3)
Delta Saxophone Quartet — Crimson Delta Saxophone Quartet — Crimson
(Basho SRCD50-2, 2016, CD)
Delta Saxophone Quartet — Dedicated to You... But You Weren't Listening Delta Saxophone Quartet — Dedicated to You... But You Weren't Listening
(Moonjune MJR017, 2007, CD)
Delta Saxophone Quartet — Facing Death Delta Saxophone Quartet — Facing Death
(FMRCD104-C0502, 2002, CD)

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