BYU Saxophone Quartet
  • Apr 24, 2014 2:00 am
  • 39:35 mins

What’s the reed-like instrument played in the Cantina scene from Star Wars? And what baked goods would best help a person fall in love with you? Steven Kapp Perry chats with the BYU Saxophone Quartet about these and other burning life questions between toe-tapping performances of Edward Barroll’s “Piggly-Wiggle,” Daniel Dorff’s “Fast Walk” and Paquito D’Rivera’s more modern “New York Suite.” The BYU Saxophone Quartet is a student ensemble coached by Dr. Kirt Saville of the BYU School of Music with (in photo order – left to right): Emily Brown (soprano sax), Parker Robinson (baritone sax), Keath Fenton (tenor sax) and Tyler Gardner (alto sax).  Follow Highway 89 on twitter @byuH89