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incl. shipping costs. For every copy sold, 5 Euros will go towards Deutsche Orchesterstiftung. Every CD will be signed by all four of us.


We announce the SIGNUM saxophone quartet release “Echoes”, new album on Deutsche Grammophon. The four musician’s recording showcases the full potential of the saxophone – a modern instrument but one more than capable of capturing the echoes of the past. Two of its tracks, arrangements of works by the hugely successful contemporary composers Joep Beving and Max Richter, will be pre-released as digital singles, complete with e-videos.
The album is released 15 January 2021.




01 John Dowland (1563-1626): Lachrimae Antiquae

arr. by Knoth


*02 Max Richter (1966): On The Nature Of Daylight
transcr. for saxophone quartet and cello by SIGNUM


03 Philip Glass (1937): String Quartet No. 3 “Mishima”: 1. 1957 “Award Montage”
arr. for saxophone quartet by SIGNUM


**04 Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924): Requiem: Pie Jesu
arr. by Knoth


05 Peter Gregson (1987): 4.2 Allemande
arr. for saxophone quartet by Gregson


06 Joep Beving (1976): Ab Ovo
Arr. by Knoth


07 Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1751): Adagio in g minor
arr. for saxophone quartet by SIGNUM


*08 Paul Hindemith (1895-1963): Trauermusik: Choral
arr. for saxophone quartet and cello by SIGNUM


09 Pēteris Vasks (1946): Songs of Love: 4. Then Time Stopped

saxophone quartet version by SIGNUM


10 Guillermo Lago (1960): Ciudades: Sarajevo (Bosnia And Herzegovina)


* Hila Karni, Cello
** Grace Davidson, Soprano