Man on the Flying Trapeze - Saxophone Quintet (AATTB)

Catalog: CM2692

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The French circus performer Jules Léotard is credited with inventing the flying trapeze act, trained by his father on a trapeze suspended above a swimming pool. Léotard inspired lyricist George Leybourne and composer Alfred Lee to write the song, “The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze” in 1868. This quintet arrangement gives the air of a circus act through an energetic waltz; introducing the star performer, drawing the audience closer, hinting of danger, and finishing in a grand style.

Arr for saxophone quinet by Daniel Luther Graves


  • Alto Sax (1,2)
  • Tenor Sax (1,2)
  • Bari Sax

Includes score and parts

Publisher: Cimarron
Composer/Author: Leybourne/Lee
Arranger/Editor: Graves, Daniel Luther
Catalog Number: CM2692
Pages: 16