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Correct. NASA is the publisher. I would imagine that they would be the least expensive distributor of the piece.

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Work your butt off on this piece, and play the snot out of it! It's very much worth the whole $25! (I think that's still the price)
 

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It's such a great piece, make it sound great!! :p
 

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jsusax said:
Does anyone know of an online recording?
Professor Chien-Kwan Lin of the Eastman School has a website where he's posted recording excerpts of many pieces, including this Sonata. Go to:
http://www.chienkwan.com/
Click on Music at the bottom and then click the arrow until you find it.

P.S., I was a JSUSax myself - many, many years ago.
 

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ejennings said:
Professor Chien-Kwan Lin of the Eastman School has a website where he's posted recording excerpts of many pieces, including this Sonata. Go to:
http://www.chienkwan.com/
Click on Music at the bottom and then click the arrow until you find it.

P.S., I was a JSUSax myself - many, many years ago.
Thanks, this guy has a recording of all the stuff I can't find online.
 

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Otis Murphy recorded the Maslanka on his new CD "Fantasy" available at http://www.aurec.com.

Also:

Kenneth Tse on CD "Sonate"
Jamal Rossi on CD "Relentless"
Steven Jordheim on a CD of Maslanka's saxo music
Masato Kumoi on CD "Simple Songs"

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I went to school with Maslanka's son Matt...Really cool guy and great Euph player...He might be a pro-wrestler these days...

Good Luck with the Maslanka...
 
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