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Welcome to the best online source for quality Saxophone Quartet Music, all arranged by K. Wayne Land.   The popularity of the Sax Quartet is growing all across the U.S. and around the globe as more and more people are discovering the amazing versatility and pleasant sonority possible.   Here you’ll find hundreds of tunes in many genres and styles with drums and bass parts included.  In most cases these can be played successfully with a stand alone quartet in case drums and bass are not available.   Start by choosing a genre of interest (on the left) and enjoy complete audio recordings of each entire chart.  When you find one you like, simply click “View Score” to view the details and pricing on  Or click the banner below to visit SheetMusicDirect.

The Arranger

K. Wayne Land has written over 175 arrangements for Saxophone Quartet, most with bass guitar and drum set parts included.  He holds the Bachelor Of Music Education degree from Troy University, Troy, AL with graduate work at Barry University, Miami, FL.  He studied arranging with the legendary Paul Yoder and has been a member of professional Saxophone Quartet groups for many years.  His sax quartet arrangements cover many genres and focus on music that can be performed in a variety of settings including concerts, dances, weddings, holiday and patriotic events and more.  The purpose of this site is to allow easy browsing through many of his favorite charts with the ability to listen to the tunes in their entirety.   Then by clicking “View The Score” you can preview the score and purchase from SheetMusicPlus, a division of Hal Leonard.   Or you can just shop at SheetMusicPlus by clicking the link below.

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The Players

Most of the audio was created by various computer software plug-ins but in some cases, where necessary, certain parts were overdubbed with a live recording played by Wayne Land.  In most cases the recommended “improvised” solos are not included.  

Printable arrangements were written using the amazing notation application “Dorico” by Steinberg.  A few of the older charts were done in “Notion” by Presonus.  Live recording and some audio mixing was done with “Studio One” by Presonus.