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So I posted a thread a while ago about struggling to find concerto works I wanted to perform, and I found my solution in Paul Harvey's concertino for soprano saxophone and orchestra. I had my audition yesterday and have been asked to inform them of the orchestration so they can figure out if it fits into their programme and the players they will have available for that concert. I spent about two hours trawling the internet to only be able to find a handful of performances of the piece with orchestra on YouTube, no information about the orchestration, and not a single place where the sheet music can be purchased. Also, if my university can't find anywhere to buy or hire the music then I won't be able to perform this piece which would be a great disappointment to me, so I was wondering if anyone could help? Even any sort of contact details for Paul Harvey or his publishers (is he still alive even?) would be really useful, thank you!
 

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