I am not familiar with the name of the song, but some of you classical players will more than be able to help me. I went to a saxophone recital of the one of my aquantances who played a piece by William Albright that was a duet with a pianist. The piece made me cry, and all of the audience. I have never even FELT like crying during a song. Only when I first listened to Eric Satie's Gyeomnopedie. And that made me feel like it, but I never did. This piece was rather fast, but soft, an it possessed a good amount of altissimo, that would really have to have been studied before playing. It is an extremely hardpiece, but by the skill of my friend, he was able to sight read it. The piece, I am not one hundred percent sure, but was, I believe was written in honor of one of William Albrights friend. I cannot find the sheet music anywhere but any information whatsoever would be quite appreciated.