M105-109 – Unaccompanied sax music
M268-269 – Sax and piano music
M288-289 – Two wind instruments
M290-291 – One wind and one bowed instrument
M296-297 – One wind and one plucked instrument
M315-319 – Piano and two wind instruments
M335-339 – Three wind instruments
M357.2 – Three woodwind instruments
M360-364 – Three stringed and wind instruments
M375-379 – Three wind and plucked instruments
Call numbers between M400-999 follow the pattern established between M300-399.
The first digit indicates the number of performers and the last two the instrumentation.
Example: M535 – First digit is 5, so 5 musicians needed. Last two digits are 35, so instrumentation is any combination of wind instruments.
M1034.S4 – Saxophone concertos with orchestra (full score)
M1035.S4 – Saxophone concertos with orchestra (piano reduction)
M1134.S4 – Saxophone concertos with string orchestra (full score)
M1135.S4 – Saxophone concertos with string orchestra (piano reduction)
MT500-505 – Studies and etudes
MT506 – Orchestral excerpts
ML128.S247 – Saxophone bibliographies
ML975-978 – History and criticism of saxophone playing (i.e. – history, construction, etc.)
MT500-505 – Studies and etudes (includes technique and period performance)
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