The score's eye-popping instrumental forces, too long to list here, involve everything from bass saxophone to slide whistle to three piccolos.
What does BS stand for?
BS stands for Bass Saxophone
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Seduced by two activities so utterly engaging there is no escaping their allure, Alexander fills blackboards with mathematical equations by day and satiates the musical palate of jazz enthusiasts by night with melodies from his bass saxophone.
Booster recalled two elderly ladies who called themselves "Puddin and Pie" and came each Saturday armed with a trumpet and bass saxophone to play swing music in the dining room.
Just listen to Mitchell's bass saxophone in "Suite for Lester," for example, which sounds for all the world like Lester's trumpet in its playful romping.
The truth is that we expect a great deal more from the writer of such masterpieces as The Engineer of Human Souls, The Bass Saxophone, and The Cowards.
The Blue Four consisted of Nichols on piano, Norman Field reeds, Chris Howse tenor guitar and occasionally the much-maligned banjo, while Colin Turner coped manfully withthe tuba and bass saxophone.
However welcome developments on BBC Radio 3 ought not to be ignored and when presenter Humphrey Carpenter let slip the fact that he owns two bass saxophones, it became obvious that the network is in good hands