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Anders Paulsson

Anders Paulsson

Soprano Saxophone

Göran Eliasson
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Since his Carnegie Hall debut in 1992, Anders Paulsson is widely recognized as one of the finest soprano saxophonists in the world.


Solitary Poem #6 for Soprano Saxophone: "How Dare You" by Kjell Perder

"How Dare You?" is inspired by the young rebellion movement that wants to change our behavior in order to reverse the current ecological degradation and mass extinction of species. It is composed by Kjell Perder for Soprano Saxophone and the ancient indigenous Didgeridoo inspired by Greta Thunberg's speech at the United Nations.

Solitary Poem #7 for Soprano Saxophone; "of days gone by" by Andrea Tarrodi

Solitary Poem #7 for Soprano Saxophone; "of days gone by" by Andrea Tarrodi is inspired by Duke Ellington's "Solitude" as performed by Billie Holiday.

Anders Paulsson -- Royal Jubilee Concert

Anders Paulsson performs his own song Danjugan Sanctuary with Gustaf Sjökvist Chamber Choir conducted by Gustaf Sjökvist in the Hall of State, the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The occasion was the celebration of the 60th birthday of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

Anders Paulsson & Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra performing Astor Piazzolla`s Adiós Nonino

Soprano saxophonist Anders Paulsson performing Astor Piazzolla’s Adiós Nonino with the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Johannes Gustavsson.



Is an initiative highlighting successful Coral Reef stewardship around the world.
New music for soprano saxophone dedicated to* and premiered by Anders Paulsson:
Anders Paulsson – Press Clips
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